The 2021 US No Filter Tour of The Rolling Stones has seen it’s final show in Miami.
And what a tour it was! Not only could we enjoy Rock’nRoll at it’s finest, but all the hectic beginning with the rumours, waiting for announcements, then the first dates punblished, followed by the run for tickets. Great fun again were the lucky dip tickets.
Did you score one of them? And what did you get? Just click the comment-button below and tell us!
As for the music, the same holds true for the commercial success of this tour. As Pollstar.com tells us, The Rolling Stones once again are the leaders of the pack:
Among the 10 highest-grossing rock acts since the beginning of 2000, the artist with the top gross average at shows set in stadiums or stadium-sized concert sites is, again, The Rolling Stones.
See pollstar.com for many more details on this.
And now, where the boys go?
Sure enough, they enjoy their holidays.
Mick said thank you and good by with a nice tweet: “Thanks so much to everyone who came to the shows! We all had a ball, hope you did too!” and demonstrating us the stress of finding the right jacket just before the show starts, tougue-firmly-in-cheek :
Thanks so much to everyone who came to the shows! ❤️ We all had a ball, hope you did too! pic.twitter.com/ADy1C22pnb
— Mick Jagger (@MickJagger) November 25, 2021
Ronnie tweeted on November 26, that he has donated his wonderful 1950’s Fender Stratocaster to a charity auction – “happening on Dec 11th – to support musicians in the Gulf South who are struggling to stay afloat post covid.” See the links to the auction below:
I’ve donated my 1950's @Fender Stratocaster guitar to the @RealMusicRising #GuitarIcons Auction – happening on Dec 11th – to support musicians in the Gulf South who are struggling to stay afloat post covid. Find out more + bid over on https://t.co/pwrOtbiQSA @U2 #MusicRising2021
— Ronnie Wood (@ronniewood) November 26, 2021
If you opt for recent pictures, tabloid The DailyMail has him, Sally and the twins enjoying a bath in Miami – they seem to have stayed there for the holidays.
And what about Keith? Well, he also said good after the final bow in Miami and of course he hopes to see us again. In Europe next year, most probably…
— Keith Richards (@officialKeef) November 25, 2021
26th – The Dome at America’s Center ST. LOUIS, MO
30th – Bank of America Stadium CHARLOTTE, NC
4th – Heinz Field PITTSBURGH, PA
9th – Nissan Stadium NASHVILLE, TN
14th – SoFi Stadium LOS ANGELES, CA
17th – SoFi Stadium LOS ANGELES, CA
24th – U.S. Bank Stadium MINNEAPOLIS, MN
29th – Raymond James Stadium TAMPA, FL
2nd – Cotton Bowl Stadium DALLAS, TX
6th – Allegiant Stadium LAS VEGAS, NV
11th – Mercedes-Benz Stadium ATLANTA, GA
15th – Ford Field DETROIT, MI
20th – Circuit of The Americas AUSTIN, TX
23th – Hard Rock Live HOLLYWOOD, FL