Thursday brought no satisfaction for Twin Cities Rolling Stones fans

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We know it's only rock 'n' roll, but we like it and we were expecting a big announcement today.

The Rolling Stones have been teasing fans across the United States – including Minneapolis – with social media postings and billboard ads hinting at tour dates being revealed on Thursday. But the day finally arrived and ... nothing.

WKRN in Nashville reports that an announcement was planned for Thursday, but organizers were under the thumb of the nationwide promoters, who have been experiencing ticketing issues that led to a delay.

TCF Bank Stadium is hotly tipped to play host to the London megastars, who are hoping to spend the night together with Minnesota fans this summer.

A source told the Star Tribune that an announcement could be made on March 31, so here's hoping it proves to be a Ruby Tuesday.

If the concert is confirmed, wild horses couldn't drag thousands of music lovers away. If not, well, you can't always get what you want.

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