New Orleans – the show in videos

Official Lithograph

Thx to YouTube and many friends, here are the videos so far known to and selected by me about the show in New Orleans, July 15, 2019.

Hope you enjoy! 🙂

1) Jumping Jack Flash

2) Let’s Spend The Night Together

3) Tumbling Dice

4) Sad Sad Sad

5) Under My Thumb (vote song)

6) You Can’t Always Get What You Want

~ over to b-stage, acoustic set ~

7) Angie

8) Dead Flowers

~ back to main stage ~

9) Sympathy For The Devil

10) Honky Tonk Woman

~ introductions ~

11) Slipping Away

12) Before They Make Me Run

13) Miss You

14) Paint It Black

15) Midnight Rambler

16) Start Me Up

17) Brown Sugar

~ encores ~

18) Gimme Shelter

19) Satisfaction

 

Philadelphia aftermath

STEVEN M. FALK / Staff Photographer The Rolling Stones 'No Filter' tour at Lincoln Financial Field. Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones Tuesday, July 23, 2019

There was some rain – but much more excitement! (Update)

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The show starts:

The Press:

TAPinto – The Rolling Stones concert tour gives satisfaction to fans

The Morning Call  (mcall.com) – REVIEW: The Rolling Stones at Philly’s Lincoln Financial Field seems to show time is on their side
Short quote:

But all The Stones needed to assuage those doubts was to what they ultimately did: Play a show that blasted out of the gate at full bore, its energy rarely flagging over two hours of 19 of some of the best songs ever written, to finish with the band seeming to have given its all.

It was a stunning display of not only how The Rolling Stones remain The World’s Greatest Rock ‘n’ Roll Band, but of how no one else really is even very close.

Mick Jagger’s performance skills, even as he prepares to turn 76 on Friday, remain unparalleled.

The Philadelphia Inquirer: Review – Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones, still vital in South Philly – Nice review with 10 picture gallery

Action News 6abc.com: The Rolling Stones rock Lincoln Financial Field – 2 minutes report

The band thanks the fans for staying out in the rain: