After a 16-month postponement due to the pandemic, The Rolling Stones' No Filter tour will return this fall with 13 stadium shows. The first show on the tour will be in St. Louis. The band will rock the motor city as they will play Ford Field on Monday, Nov. 15 at 7:30 p.m.

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The Rolling Stones launched the No Filter tour in 2017 in Germany and played 16 U.S. dates in 2019. A second North American leg, slated to begin in May 2020, was postponed due to COVID-19.

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Widely praised as one of the greatest rock bands ever, The Rolling Stones have sealed their place among music’s biggest acts and aren’t stopping any time soon: Get tickets to the No Filter tour here! Mick Jagger expressed his excitement about returning to the road. His bandmate, Keith Richards chimed in,

"We're back on the road! See you there!"

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Tickets for the Detroit show are currently on sale. Tickets for the previously scheduled show will be honored, according to Ford Field.

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Here is the No Filter Tour Schedule:

The Rolling Stones 2021 No Filter dates

Sept. 26                       St. Louis, MO                    The Dome at America’s Center

Sept. 30                       Charlotte, NC                    Bank Of America Stadium

Oct. 4                           Pittsburgh, PA                   Heinz Field

Oct. 9                           Nashville, TN                    Nissan Stadium

Oct. 13                         New Orleans, LA              New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival

Oct. 17                         Los Angeles, CA               SoFi Stadium

Oct. 24                         Minneapolis, MN               U.S. Bank Stadium

Oct. 29                         Tampa, FL                         Raymond James Stadium

Nov. 2                          Dallas, TX                          Cotton Bowl Stadium

Nov. 6                          Las Vegas, NV                   Allegiant Stadium

Nov. 11                         Atlanta, GA                        Mercedes-Benz Stadium

Nov. 15                        Detroit, MI                          Ford Field

Nov. 20                        Austin, TX                          Circuit of The Americas

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