Before the Rolling Stones‘ two-night stay at MetLife Stadium, they have announced a final North American stop on their “Hackney Diamonds” tour. Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and Ronnie Wood are present for the shows.

On May 23, the Stones announced a show at the Thunder Ridge Nature Reserve in Ridgedale, Missouri. The show will take place on July 21, four days after their show at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California. It is being billed as the “final” stop on the tour in North America.

“A brand new show has just been announced for the Stones Tour '24 Hackney Diamonds!” the announcement began. “It will be the final stop on the North American Tour and will see the Stones playing Thunder Ridge Nature Reserve, Missouri, on July 21!”

Tickets for the show go on sale on May 31 at 10 am local time. There will also be presale opportunities to buy tickets.

The Rolling Stones' 2024 tour

The “Hackney Diamonds” tour is the Rolling Stones' latest touring venture. Only 20 dates were announced for the tour, and the band will visit major stadiums across North America.

It commenced on April 28, 2024, with a show in Houston, Texas. Among the stops was a show at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival on May 2.

What songs do they play?

While the Rolling Stones' “Hackney Diamonds” tour is named after their latest album, the setlist is hardly centered around it. They do play some songs from the album, such as “Angry,” “Mess It Up,” and “Sweet Sounds of Heaven,” but they also play their biggest hits.

Fans of the Stones don't have to worry about not hearing “Gimme Shelter” or “(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction” during these shows. They know how to appease their fanbase.

What is Hackney Diamonds?

Hackney Diamonds was the first album of new material from the Rolling Stones in nearly two decades. A Bigger Bang was released in 2005. Their latest album was also the first since the death of drummer Charlie Watts.

Of course, Rolling Stones members Jagger, Richards, and Wood all played on the album. Former member of the band, Bill Wyman, also made an appearance on the album.

But the big names didn't stop there. Lady Gaga, Elton John, Stevie Wonder, and Paul McCartney also appeared on various tracks on the album.

Who are the Rolling Stones?

Rolling Stones singer Mick Jagger on the 'Hackney Diamonds' tour on May 7, 2024.
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The Rolling Stones are one of the most well-known rock bands of all time. They were formed in 1962 and have been together since then.

Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and Ronnie Wood currently make up the band. Former members of the band include Charlie Watts, Bill Wyman, Brian Jones, Ian Stewart, and Mick Taylor.

They are most known for their hit songs such as “Start Me Up,” “Paint It, Black,” and “Jumpin' Jack Flash.” To date, the band has released over 20 studio albums and embarked on countless tours.

At the Grammys, the Rolling Stones have won three awards. They have been nominated for a total of 12 awards throughout their illustrious career. Their most recent win came at the sixtieth Grammys in 2018, winning Best Traditional Blues Album for Blue and Lonesome.