The Rolling Stones could be set to announce a 2024 North American Tour.
This comes after the band released their latest album, ‘Hackney Diamonds’ back in October.
The album also saw the Rolling Stones make history, as they became the first act to have an album in the US Top 10 in each decade since the 1960s. More on this here.
Rumours Gathering Pace
Following this, rumours of a North American Tour have gathered pace, with several outlets across the country reporting mysterious signage showing the iconic Rolling Stones logo.
For example in Houston, a pair of famous sculptures with the words, ‘We Love Houston’ have been adorned with the band’s logo.
While in Denver, the Empower Field at Mile High, which is home to NFL’s Broncos, a giant red and black banner has appeared.
Projections of the iconic logo were also noticed on the landmark Terminal Tower, as well as Browns Stadium in Cleveland.
“billboards featuring the logo with the words, ‘Miss You’ were spotted around town”, Cleveland.com state.
Eagle-eyed fans also noticed the iconic tongue-and-lips logo on two Aston Martin vehicles at the Las Vegas Grand Prix, with the Aston Martin website explaining that the involvement of Mick Jagger was to celebrate “an exciting incoming announcement by the legendary rockers”.
These images have been frequently shared on social media, as well as being reposted by huge concert promoters like Live Nation, and AEG, which would indicate that a tour announcement is imminent.
Earlier this month, Keith Richards had insisted that the Rolling Stones would continue to make albums until they “drop”. More on that here.