A Bigger Bang Tour

A Bigger Bang Tour

infobox concert tour
concert_tour_name = A Bigger Bang Tour

artist = Rolling Stones
start_date = August 21 2005
end_date = August 26 2007
album="A Bigger Bang"
number_of_legs = 5
number_of_shows = 81 in North America
49 in Europe
3 in South America
5 in Japan
1 in China
2 in Australia
2 in New Zealand
Total 147
last_tour = Licks Tour
this_tour = A Bigger Bang Tour
next_tour =

The Rolling Stones' A Bigger Bang Tour was a worldwide concert tour which took place between August 2005 and August 2007, in support of their album "A Bigger Bang". It has become the highest grossing tour of all time with $558,255,524 earned. [ [http://www.huliq.com/37065/rolling-stones-tour-breaks-attendance-records huliq.com] ]


In May 2005, the Stones announced plans for another world tour starting August 21 at a press conference and a mini concert at the Juilliard School in New York. The "A Bigger Bang Tour" was expected to include dates throughout the United States and Canada before going to South America, Asia and Europe. During the Q&A, Mick Jagger told reporters that it would not necessarily be their last tour.

All rehearsals for the tour took place in Toronto, Canada in a private school; for the full stage rehearsals, the hangar at Pearson International Airport was rented.

In keeping with tradition, the Rolling Stones performed a surprise club show on August 10, 2005 at the Phoenix Concert Theatre before an audience of 1,000, each only paying $10 (the Phoenix's regular cover charge).

The tour had its official start on August 21, 2005 with two shows at historic Fenway Park in Boston. The Stones' huge stage caused extensive damage to the outfield, so that approximately 40,000 square feet (4,000 m²) of sod had to be brought in to repair it, and a subsequent baseball game held at the park three days later had to be pushed back an hour to give the grounds crew more time to complete the repairs.

The tour has since played across 55 shows in North America, 4 shows in South America, 5 shows in Japan and one in China. The Rolling Stones have completed their South Pacific leg by playing at two destinations in both Australia and New Zealand.

At the end of 2005, it was announced by tour producer Michael Cohl that the "A Bigger Bang Tour" had grossed a record-shattering $162 million since opening at Fenway Park. This broke the previous North American record, held by the Stones themselves for their 1994 "Voodoo Lounge Tour", which grossed approximately $120 million. In terms of revenue, the "A Bigger Bang Tour" was the largest tour in North America. The second largest was the Stones' 1997 "Bridges to Babylon Tour".

On February 1, 2006, The Stones played their first concert at the Baltimore Arena since 1969, the second smallest venue they have played for the entire tour. Their most intimate performance, save the surprise Phoenix show in Toronto, was in Radio City Music Hall on March 14, 2006, in a private concert for supporters of the Robin Hood Foundation. This benefit concert was their only performance at the venue to date.

While on the American leg of the tour, on February 5, 2006 the Stones played "Start Me Up," "Rough Justice" and "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" at the halftime show of Super Bowl XL in Detroit. Before performing "Satisfaction," Jagger made an uncharacteristic comment on their longevity: "This one we could've done for Super Bowl I." Jagger was asked to leave out two sexually suggestive lyrics. The audio on his microphone was lowered twice for the two requested omissions, but Jagger did sing those lyrics. [ [http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/entertainment/4688278.stm news.bbc.co.uk] ]

The outstanding scale of the tour was realised on February 18, 2006 when the Stones played a one-night concert on Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The free concert was broadcast on television and broke several records as the largest rock concert of all time. There were a reported 2 million people present on the beach and crowding subsequent streets. A special bridge was constructed for the band to cross from the stage to the hotel safely. Three days after the monstrous event, U2 played in São Paulo, and clearly affected by the huge night, ended their concert with the words, "I can't get no, satisfaction!" While the Guinness Book of World Records states the largest free concert ever was given in the same spot in 1994 by Rod Stewart, to 3.5 million people, that figure includes everyone who was on Copacabana Beach for fireworks and New Year's Eve celebrations, not just for that concert. This show was recorded for exhibition on digital movie screens across the United States via Regal Cinemas and heard live on XM Radio. Additionally, the show was shown live on [http://music.aol.com AOL Music] in partnership with [http://www.networklive.com Network Live] .

April 8 saw The Stones arrive in the People's Republic of China for their first-ever performance in the world's most populous country (performances planned in 2003 for the Licks Tour were canceled due to the SARS epidemic). The Chinese authorities required that the group not perform "Brown Sugar", "Honky Tonk Women", "Beast of Burden", and "Let's Spend the Night Together", as they were considered to be "too suggestive."

Richards' fall

After their April 18, 2006 performance in Wellington, New Zealand, The Rolling Stones took a one-month break before embarking on the European leg of their A Bigger Bang Tour. Mick Jagger remained in New Zealand to film a cameo in the sitcom "The Knights of Prosperity", while Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood went to Fiji for two weeks with their wives.

During the vacation, Richards fell from a coconut tree while climbing it to obtain coconuts. After suffering a concussion. he was rushed back to Ascot Private Hospital in Auckland, New Zealand for further observation. Although reports claimed he had been released two days later, it was soon confirmed by the hospital he underwent brain surgery on May 5 to relieve a blood clot that had gathered behind his skull. The BBC reported that upon discharge, Richards profusely thanked the hospital staff for his care.

On May 15, Britain's "The Independent" newspaper said that the injury meant up to six shows could be pulled from the start of the band's European tour at an estimated cost of £1 million a show. The "A Bigger Bang Tour" restarted in Milan, Italy on July 11, 2006 at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, with Mick Jagger singing an entire Italian translation of "As Tears Go By" and Richards having made a full recovery; four of the first fifteen dates were rescheduled for later in the summer, with the rest of the dates taking place in the summer of 2007. As well as the first fifteen dates, two more dates were postponed due to Mick Jagger contracting laryngitis.

The only previous show cancelled was one in Dublin, due to complications with the promoter. Due to delays with construction, the two shows set to be at Wembley Stadium were moved to Twickenham Stadium, London. To promote this European leg of the "A Bigger Bang Tour", there were plans to release the new track "Biggest Mistake" from the "A Bigger Bang" album.

In mid-August 2007, several media sources reported that the band would quit touring at the end of their tour, and the last concert on the tour, in London on August 26, would be their last gig ever. Less than a week later, in an interview with "The Sun" newspaper, guitarist Ronnie Wood said the band had no plans to quit. [ [http://www.gigwise.com/news/36492/rolling-stones-well-never-stop-touring gigwise.com] ] and Mick Jagger also stated "I'm sure the Rolling Stones will do more things and more records and more tours." [ [http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/music/a76846/jagger-insists-the-stones-will-never-quit.html digitalspy.co.uk] ]

The tour concluded with a record total gross of $558,255,524. [ [http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/news/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003650410 billboard.com] ] This surpassed the previous record of $377 million earned by U2 for their successful "Vertigo Tour". The Stones also hold the record for third and fourth highest grossing tours with the "Voodoo Lounge Tour" and "Bridges to Babylon Tour".

The official logo for the tour was the "Chippy Tongue"—an exploding re-design of the traditional Tongue logo.

The show

There were five different ticket options at each concert in the USA: Gold Seating $100, Diamond Seating $350, Premium Seating $175, General Admission $100 and Side Seating $50. In the United Kingdom, the price levels were £40, £60, £90, £150 and £340. Hundreds of tickets remained unsold at some of the band's British shows, such as the show at Hampden Park, Glasgow, though the show at The Millennium Stadium in Cardiff was a sell out.

The "A Bigger Bang Tour" stage was a phenomenal construction designed with the best architecture and state-of-the-art electronics which present visual screen shows of the Stones Tongue and live footage. There was an enormous runway which extends out perpendicular to the centre of the stage along which Mick Jagger frequently walks, skips and struts. The stage itself was measured to have a height of seven stories. It was part of the concept designed by U2 who incorporated ideas to be closer to the audience. In most concerts, a section of the stage detached itself and rolled the entire band along the catwalk, creating an "island" B stage in the middle of the stadium. It was the B stage that is the U2 contribution. Unusual stage designs in and of themselves have been a feature since Rolling Stones Tour of the Americas '75.

The introduction featured fireworks and computer-generated graphics representing the literal Big Bang. The four band members' faces hazily appear, and further graphics depicting fast travel through a city's streets before Keith Richards appeared on the screen to the sound of the band's opening song (either "Start Me Up" or "Jumpin' Jack Flash").

During the concerts, one large central screen played live footage of the various band members, predominantly Jagger. Either side of the main screen, there were two sets of lighting effect panels that combine with the main screen to produce visual effects at various points in the show. Bassist Darryl Jones and musical director Chuck Leavell were almost completely ignored in the video effects.

At stadium gigs, during "Sympathy for the Devil," huge flames were sent into the air above the stage. During the 1970s, this song only made sporadic live appearances, though is captured on 1977's "Love You Live". However, since 1989's "Steel Wheels Tour", "Sympathy for the Devil" has become a setlist mainstay and a vehicle for the show's most elaborate effects.

Tour band

*Mick Jagger
*Keith Richards
*Ronnie Wood
*Charlie WattsAdditional musicians
*Darryl Jones
*Blondie Chaplin
*Lisa Fischer
*Bobby Keys
*Bernard Fowler
*Tim Ries
*Chuck Leavell
*Michael Davis
*Kent Smith

Tour set lists

The set list played at the concerts changed at every destination and included new and old songs, but mostly centers around the same numbers. At almost every destination, the opening song swtiched between "Jumpin' Jack Flash", "Start Me Up" or "Paint It Black"; the closing number was either "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" or "Brown Sugar." A selection of new material was frequent as well as two songs sung by guitarist Keith Richards.

The concerts featured older hits such as "It's Only Rock 'n' Roll," "Honky Tonk Women" and "Brown Sugar" as well as new tracks including "Rough Justice," "Infamy," "Rain Fall Down" and "Oh No, Not You Again."

The Set List for the final show in The O2 in London, England was the following:

*"Start Me Up"
*"You Got Me Rocking"
*Rough Justice
*"Ain't Too Proud To Beg"
*"She Was Hot"
*"You Can't Always Get What You Want"
*"Can't You Hear Me Knocking"
*"I'll Go Crazy"
*"Tumblin' Dice"
*"You Got The Silver"
*"Wanna Hold You"
*"Miss You"
*"It's Only Rock And Roll (But I Like It)"
*"Honky Tonk Women"
*"Sympathy For The Devil"
*"Paint It Black"
*"Jumpin' Jack Flash"
*"Brown Sugar"

Tour support acts

Artists playing as an introduction to the Stones at various destinations have included Toots & The Maytals, Black Eyed Peas, Alice Cooper, Maroon 5, Beck, Pearl Jam, The Smashing Pumpkins, Alanis Morissette, Christina Aguilera, Mötley Crüe, Metallica, Bonnie Raitt, Trey Anastasio, Dave Matthews Band, Living Colour, The Living End, Joss Stone, Nickelback, Buddy Guy, The Charlatans, Feeder, the John Mayer Trio, Richie Kotzen and Our Lady Peace among others.

Dominican artist Juan Luis Guerra, opened their San Juan, Puerto Rico show making it the only Merengue artist that has ever opened for the Stones. This opening act "garnered the best reception ever seen at a Stones show", as reported by [http://www.iorr.org It's Only Rock and Roll] , the Rolling Stones Fan Club of Europe.cite news|title= [http://www.iorr.org/tour05/sanjuan.htm The Rolling Stones' San Juan, Puerto Rico 2006 Show Review] |accessdate=2007-10-10 |author=Dean Goodman|] |publisher=It's Only Rock and Roll]

For the Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada show acts included Sloan, a local band, well-known rap artist Kanye West and Alice Cooper. Black Rebel Motorcycle Club opened the show in Wichita and Missoula. Three Days Grace opened both concerts in Regina. Blue October opened for them in Boise, Idaho.

The two shows in San Francisco were supported by Metallica, said they were "honoured" to break a 17-year span of not performing an opening show, in order to open for the Stones. The Stones acknowledged this gesture, by giving them 75 minutes per show, instead of the usual 45 to 60 minutes. They were also Metallica's only dates that year as they had planned to take 2005 off from touring.

Guns N' Roses were "supposed" to open for the Stones for two dates in Germany, whilst on one of their Chinese Democracy Tour pre-legs. However, due to Keith Richards' fall from a tree, the shows were cancelled.

Tour dates

North America

*10/08/2005 flagicon|Canada Phoenix Concert Theatre - Toronto, ON
*21/08/2005 flagicon|United States Fenway Park - Boston, MA
*23/08/2005 flagicon|United States Fenway Park - Boston, MA
*26/08/2005 flagicon|United States Rentschler Field - Hartford, CT
*28/08/2005 flagicon|Canada Frank Clair Stadium at Lansdowne Park - Ottawa, ON
*31/08/2005 flagicon|United States Comerica Park - Detroit, MI
*03/09/2005 flagicon|Canada Magnetic Hill Concert Site - Moncton, NB
*06/09/2005 flagicon|United States Xcel Energy Center - St. Paul, MN
*08/09/2005 flagicon|United States Bradley Center - Milwaukee, WI
*10/09/2005 flagicon|United States Soldier Field - Chicago, IL
*13/09/2005 flagicon|United States Madison Square Garden - New York, NY
*15/09/2005 flagicon|United States Giants Stadium - East Rutherford, NJ
*17/09/2005 flagicon|United States Pepsi Arena - Albany, NY
*24/09/2005 flagicon|United States Nationwide Arena - Columbus, OH
*26/09/2005 flagicon|Canada Rogers Centre - Toronto, ON
*28/09/2005 flagicon|United States PNC Park - Pittsburgh, PA
*01/10/2005 flagicon|United States Hersheypark Stadium - Hershey, PA
*03/10/2005 flagicon|United States MCI Center - Washington, DC
*06/10/2005 flagicon|United States Scott Stadium - Charlottesville, VA
*08/10/2005 flagicon|United States Wallace Wade Stadium - Durham, NC
*10/10/2005 flagicon|United States Wachovia Center - Philadelphia, PA
*12/10/2005 flagicon|United States Wachovia Center - Philadelphia, PA
*15/10/2005 flagicon|United States Philips Arena - Atlanta, GA
*17/10/2005 flagicon|United States AmericanAirlines Arena - Miami, FL
*19/10/2005 flagicon|United States St. Pete Times Forum - Tampa, FL
*21/10/2005 flagicon|United States Charlotte Bobcats Arena - Charlotte, North Carolina
*28/10/2005 flagicon|Canada Pengrowth Saddledome - Calgary, AB
*30/10/2005 flagicon|United States KeyArena - Seattle, WA
*01/11/2005 flagicon|United States Rose Garden - Portland, OR
*04/11/2005 flagicon|United States Angel Stadium of Anaheim - Anaheim, CA
*06/11/2005 flagicon|United States Hollywood Bowl - Hollywood, CA
*08/11/2005 flagicon|United States Hollywood Bowl - Hollywood, CA
*11/11/2005 flagicon|United States PETCO Park - San Diego, CA
*13/11/2005 flagicon|United States SBC Park - San Francisco, CA
*15/11/2005 flagicon|United States SBC Park - San Francisco, CA
*18/11/2005 flagicon|United States MGM Grand Garden Arena - Las Vegas, NV
*20/11/2005 flagicon|United States Save Mart Center - Fresno, CA
*22/11/2005 flagicon|United States Delta Center - Salt Lake City, UT
*24/11/2005 flagicon|United States Pepsi Center - Denver, CO
*27/11/2005 flagicon|United States Glendale Arena - Glendale, AZ
*29/11/2005 flagicon|United States American Airlines Center - Dallas, TX
*01/12/2005 flagicon|United States Toyota Center - Houston, TX
*03/12/2005 flagicon|United States FedExForum - Memphis, TN
*10/01/2006 flagicon|Canada Centre Bell - Montreal, QB
*13/01/2006 flagicon|United States TD Banknorth Garden - Boston, MA
*15/01/2006 flagicon|United States TD Banknorth Garden - Boston, MA
*18/01/2006 flagicon|United States Madison Square Garden - New York, NY
*20/01/2006 flagicon|United States Madison Square Garden - New York, NY
*23/01/2006 flagicon|United States United Center - Chicago, IL
*25/01/2006 flagicon|United States United Center - Chicago, IL
*27/01/2006 flagicon|United States Savvis Center - St. Louis, MO
*29/01/2006 flagicon|United States Qwest Center - Omaha, NE
*01/02/2006 flagicon|United States 1st Mariner Arena - Baltimore, MD
*05/02/2006 flagicon|United States Ford Field (Super Bowl XL) - Detroit, MI
*08/02/2006 flagicon|United States Philips Arena - Atlanta, GA

Latin America

*11/02/2006 flagicon|Puerto Rico Coliseo de Puerto Rico - San Juan, Puerto Rico
*18/02/2006 flagicon|Brazil Copacabana Beach - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
*21/02/2006 flagicon|Argentina Estadio Monumental - Buenos Aires, Argentina
*23/02/2006 flagicon|Argentina Estadio Monumental - Buenos Aires, Argentina
*26/02/2006 flagicon|Mexico Foro Sol - Mexico City, Mexico
*01/03/2006 flagicon|Mexico Estadio Universitario - Monterrey, Mexico

North America

*04/03/2006 flagicon|United States MGM Grand Garden Arena - Las Vegas, NV
*06/03/2006 flagicon|United States The Forum - Inglewood, CA
*09/03/2006 flagicon|United States ALLTEL Arena - North Little Rock, AR
*12/03/2006 flagicon|United States BankAtlantic Center - Sunrise, FL
*14/03/2006 flagicon|United States Radio City Music Hall - New York, NY


*22/03/2006 flagicon|Japan Tokyo Dome - Tokyo, Japan
*24/03/2006 flagicon|Japan Tokyo Dome - Tokyo, Japan
*29/03/2006 flagicon|Japan Sapporo Dome - Sapporo, Japan
*02/04/2006 flagicon|Japan Saitama Super Arena - Saitama, Japan
*05/04/2006 flagicon|Japan Nagoya Dome - Nagoya, Japan


*08/04/2006 flagicon|China Shanghai Grand Stage - Shanghai, China


*11/04/2006 flagicon|Australia Telstra Stadium - Sydney, Australia
*13/04/2006 flagicon|Australia Rod Laver Arena - Melbourne, Australia

New Zealand

*16/04/2006 flagicon|New Zealand Western Springs Stadium - Auckland, New Zealand
*18/04/2006 flagicon|New Zealand Westpac Stadium - Wellington, New Zealand


*11/07/2006 flagicon|Italy Stadio Giuseppe Meazza - Milan, Italy
*14/07/2006 flagicon|Austria Ernst Happel Stadion - Vienna, Austria
*16/07/2006 flagicon|Germany Olympiastadion - Munich, Germany
*19/07/2006 flagicon|Germany AWD Arena - Hanover, Germany
*21/07/2006 flagicon|Germany Olympiastadion - Berlin, Germany
*23/07/2006 flagicon|Germany Rhein Energie Stadion - Cologne, Germany
*28/07/2006 flagicon|France Stade de France - Paris, France
*31/07/2006 flagicon|Netherlands Amsterdam ArenA - Amsterdam, Netherlands
*03/08/2006 flagicon|Germany Gottlieb-Daimler-Stadion - Stuttgart, Germany
*05/08/2006 flagicon|Switzerland Dübendorf Airfield - Zurich, Switzerland
*08/08/2006 flagicon|France Palais Nikaia - Nice, France
*12/08/2006 flagicon|Portugal Estádio do Dragão - Porto, Portugal
*14/08/2006 flagicon|Spain (Cancelled) Estadio José Zorrilla - Valladolid, Spain
*16/08/2006 flagicon|Spain (Cancelled) Estadio Municipal Santo Domingo - El Ejido, Spain
*20/08/2006 flagicon|United Kingdom Twickenham Stadium - London, England
*22/08/2006 flagicon|United Kingdom Hampden Park - Glasgow, Scotland
*27/08/2006 flagicon|United Kingdom Don Valley Stadium - Sheffield, England
*29/08/2006 flagicon|United Kingdom Millennium Stadium - Cardiff, Wales
*01/09/2006 flagicon|Norway Koengen - Bergen, Norway
*03/09/2006 flagicon|Denmark Forum Horsens Stadion - Horsens, Denmark

North America

*20/09/2006 flagicon|United States Gillette Stadium - Foxborough, MA
*23/09/2006 flagicon|Canada Halifax Common - Halifax, NS
*27/09/2006 flagicon|United States Giants Stadium - East Rutherford, NJ
*29/09/2006 flagicon|United States Churchill Downs - Louisville, KY
*01/10/2006 flagicon|United States Cessna Stadium - Wichita, KS
*04/10/2006 flagicon|United States Grizzly Stadium - Missoula, MT
*06/10/2006 flagicon|Canada Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field - Regina, SK
*08/10/2006 flagicon|Canada Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field - Regina, SK
*11/10/2006 flagicon|United States Soldier Field - Chicago, IL
*17/10/2006 flagicon|United States Qwest Field - Seattle, WA
*20/10/2006 flagicon|United States Sun Bowl Stadium - El Paso, TX
*22/10/2006 flagicon|United States Zilker Park - Austin, TX
*29/10/2006 flagicon|United States Beacon Theatre, New York, NY
*01/11/2006 flagicon|United States Beacon Theatre, New York, NY
*06/11/2006 flagicon|United States Oakland Coliseum - Oakland, CA
*08/11/2006 flagicon|United States Cardinals Stadium - Glendale, AZ
*11/11/2006 flagicon|United States MGM Grand Garden Arena - Las Vegas, NV
*14/11/2006 flagicon|United States Idaho Center - Boise, ID
*17/11/2006 flagicon|United States Boardwalk Hall - Atlantic City, NJ
*22/11/2006 flagicon|United States Dodger Stadium - Los Angeles, CA
*25/11/2006 flagicon|Canada BC Place Stadium - Vancouver, BC


*05/06/2007 flagicon|Belgium Werchter Park (festival site) - Werchter, Belgium
*08/06/2007 flagicon|Netherlands Goffert Park (festival site) - Nijmegen, Netherlands
*10/06/2007 flagicon|United Kingdom Isle of Wight Festival - Newport, Isle of Wight, England
*13/06/2007 flagicon|Germany Commerzbank-Arena - Frankfurt, Germany
*16/06/2007 flagicon|France Stade de France - Paris, France
*18/06/2007 flagicon|France Stade Gerland - Lyon, France
*21/06/2007 flagicon|Spain Estadio Olimpico de Montjuic - Barcelona, Spain
*23/06/2007 flagicon|Spain Anoeta Stadium - San Sebastián, Spain
*25/06/2007 flagicon|Portugal Estadio Jose Alvalade XXI - Lisbon, Portugal
*28/06/2007 flagicon|Spain Estadio Vicente Calderón - Madrid, Spain
*30/06/2007 flagicon|Spain Estadio Municipal Santo Domingo - Almeria, Spain
*06/07/2007 flagicon|Italy Stadio Olimpico - Rome, Italy
*09/07/2007 flagicon|Montenegro Jaz Beach - Budva, Montenegro
*14/07/2007 flagicon|Serbia Ušće Park - Belgrade, Serbia (biggest concert in Europe during 2007)
*17/07/2007 flagicon|Romania Lia Manoliu Stadium - Bucharest, Romania
*20/07/2007 flagicon|Hungary The Puskás Ferenc Stadium - Budapest, Hungary
*22/07/2007 flagicon|Czech Republic Outdoor Exhibition Centre - Brno, Czech Republic
*25/07/2007 flagicon|Poland Służewiec Race Horse Track - Warsaw, Poland
*28/07/2007 flagicon|Russia Palace Square, by The Winter Palace - Saint Petersburg, Russia
*01/08/2007 flagicon|Finland Olympiastadion - Helsinki, Finland
*03/08/2007 flagicon|Sweden Ullevi Stadium- Gothenburg, Sweden
*05/08/2007 flagicon|Denmark Idraetsparken - Copenhagen, Denmark
*08/08/2007 flagicon|Norway Valle Hovin - Oslo, Norway
*11/08/2007 flagicon|Switzerland Stade Olympique de la Pontaise - Lausanne, Switzerland
*13/08/2007 flagicon|Germany LTU Arena - Düsseldorf, Germany
*15/08/2007 flagicon|Germany HSH Nordbank Arena - Hamburg, Germany
*18/08/2007 flagicon|Ireland Slane Castle - County Meath, Ireland
*21/08/2007 flagicon|United Kingdom The O2 - London, England
*23/08/2007 flagicon|United Kingdom The O2 - London, England
*26/08/2007 flagicon|United Kingdom The O2 - London, England




External links

* [http://www.rollingstones.com Official site]
* [http://www.unratedmagazine.com/articles/Archive/2006/RollingStones_061021.cfm UnRated Magazine Review from Soldier Field, October 21, 2006]

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