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The Rolling Stones are coming to Canada on their No Filter tour but only for one night

Don your favourite Rolling Stones t-shirt (hopefully not one from Urban Outfitters or H&M) and grab your dad, because the ineffable rock group is coming to Canada on their forthcoming tour.

The Stones are embarking on the No Filter Tour from May to July, with 15 dates across North America. The downside for Canadians? As is typical with big acts, there is only one date in Canada.

Anyone north of the border who wants to see Jagger's moves up-close and in-person will only be able to catch him, Keith, Ronnie and Charlie at B.C. place in Vancouver on May 12.

But, there are dates in Buffalo (June 6) and Detroit (June 10) for fans who are okay with taking a bit of a road trip — even the Pittsburgh date on June 23 is drivable from Southern Ontario.

Though this news must mean that Mick is feeling well again after his recent heart surgery, you never know which tour may be the final one before the septuagenarians call it quits, so diehard fans will definitely want to try and grab a ticket if they can.

Lead photo by

Jim Pietryga


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