The legendary British band embarks on a tour of Europe. road “Sixty” The band’s 60th anniversary will begin on June 1, 2022 with a concert in Madrid.
The Stones will also play, among others, in Liverpool (Anfield) for the first time since 1971. In addition, they will perform twice in Hyde Park, London, between concerts Duran Duran, Pearl Jam, Adele And Elton John. During the “sixty” they will visit a total of 13 cities. They will show closest to Poland in Vienna and Munich. Tickets for some concerts (including two concerts in London) have been sold out.
Mick Jagger He gave an interview to promote the tour. In it, he talked about how songs are chosen for solo concerts and what surprises can await the audience.
Some will be disappointed, because if you believe the announcements of the leader of the band, musicians associated with the group will not be invited this time. Mick Taylor was a guitarist rolling stones In the years 1969-1974, a Bill Wyman He sang with them from 1962 for thirty years. Despite the fact that the aforementioned two had appeared at their 50th anniversary party 10 years ago, this time around, there are no such plans.
“I won’t push it too hard [jak wtedy]The memory of the upcoming tour doesn’t do anything spectacular, Jagger told Rolling Stone magazine. He approaches her sensitively. The round is called ‘sixty’. [sześćdziesiąt]But other than that we won’t do much. I think this will be enough, “- he admitted.
Will there be less popular songs at the parties? Jagger himself would seem to like it. “You always have to do something for yourself,” says the musician who’s releasing the song tomorrow. “It’s one of the things I’m working on.” “slow horses”. The singer is curious about the songs that fans want to hear, but he knows that it will be difficult to please everyone. That is why there will be no shortage of old songs, but also classic songs from the Rolling Stones’ repertoire, without which their concerts cannot be held.
“[Proces wyboru piosenek] It should be easy, but it is not easy to choose the things that everyone loves and will make up for them all. The common denominator is that 50,000 people want to hear a song they like. You want to be adventurous—and you can be adventurous for a minute—but you can’t be adventurous for too long or people will get bored,” Jagger notes.
In an interview with The Guardian, he said the band would be surprised by a whole new scene. Those that accompanied the band on the last tour were gigantic, the length of the screens was several meters. This time the musicians want to do something else entirely. Jagger exclaims, “Hopefully it looks great. I’m looking forward to touring Europe and speaking many different languages, even if I don’t know what I’m talking about.”
It hasn’t been that long since we finished our US tour, so I’m ready for more performances,” he announced. He also mentioned that he had recently been working on songs with Keith Richards, adding, “It was fun.”
In total, the band will be giving 14 concerts this summer.
June 1 – Madrid, Wanda Metropolitano Stadium, Spain
June 5 – Munich, Olympic Stadium, Germany
June 9 – Liverpool, Anfield, United Kingdom
June 13 – Amsterdam, Johan Cruyff Arena, Netherlands
June 17 – Bern, Wankdorf Stadium, Switzerland
June 21 – Milan, San Siro Stadium, Italy
June 25 – London, Hyde Park, UK
July 3 – London, Hyde Park, UK
July 11 – Brussels, King Baudouin Stadium, Belgium
July 15 – Vienna, Ernst Happel Stadium, Austria
July 19 – Lyon, Groupama Stadium, France
July 23 – Paris, Hippodrome Paris, France
July 27 – Gelsenkirchen, Veltins Arena, Germany
July 31 – Stockholm, Friends Arena, Sweden.
Performing in Hyde Park is an integral part of the Rolling Stones’ career. Their famous 1969 concert, shortly after their death Brian Jones, was seen by 250,000 to half a million people. Since then, they have played there only once – in 2013. “When Hyde Park is mentioned, it is impossible not to think of the Rolling Stones,” said Jim King, General Manager European Festivals at AEG Presents. Two evenings close on June 25 and July 3 lineup Stunning BST Hyde Park 2022, but no one shakes like stones when they are on their own land in London.”
Last year, the drummer of the Rolling Stones died, Charlie WattsBut as emphasized Keith Richards Before his death he recorded his parts for several songs. “You haven’t heard the last time yet [nagrania] Charlie Watts,” he said in an interview with the Los Angeles Times. After Watts’ death, the band supports Steve Jordan.
According to recent information, fans will also be watching Rolling Stones’ new album in the near future. “60 Years on Top is an amazing achievement, and this tour will be unforgettable. After that, a new album will be released. (…) Mick and Keith were recently in Jamaica, and they wrote the songs they are recording now. We can expect a lot more gems. In the future Nearby “- said the informant” The Sun “.