After days of wild speculation, secret murals, and hush-hush releases, the rumors are confirmed: The Rolling Stones are coming back to Austin. The iconic rockers will hit the Circuit of The Americas Super Stage on Sunday, May 24 as part of their 2020 No Filter Tour.
The band will also play Dallas’ Cotton Bowl Stadium on Friday, May 29.
The new dates are an extension of their sold-out 2019 tour by the same name, which Rolling Stone the magazine called “a triumph" for Rolling Stones the musical group. While that 13-city tour did hit Houston and New Orleans, it largely bypassed the South and Southwest U.S. The last time the British rockers played Austin was in 2006.
Heralded as a "once-in-a-lifetime" experience, COTA is offering specialty packages for the appearance, including premium camping, luxury outdoor boxes, trackside seats, picnic packages, and other luxe upgrades.
Tickets for the Memorial Day weekend show go on sale to the general public Friday, February 14 at 10 am CT. American Express cardholders can purchases passes before the general public beginning Wednesday, February 12 at 10 am through Thursday, February 13 at 10 pm.
The release did not stipulate what will happen to that Stones-themed mural that popped up on the LaBare building on Riverside Drive earlier this week, but considering the former strip club has been vacant for over a decade, we'll bet it's sticking around for a while.