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Confirmed: The Rolling Stones are returning to Minneapolis in May

The legendary rock band was last in Minnesota in 2015.
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In just a little over three months The Rolling Stones will be rocking U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. 

The iconic British rock band confirmed speculation about shows all over the U.S. by announcing a 15-city stadium tour that will take them inside the home of the Minnesota Vikings on Saturday, May 16. 

The No Filter Tour 2020, a continuation of the No Filter Tour that started in 2017, will get going May 6 in San Diego, California, followed by a performance May 12 in Vancouver, British Columbia, then head east to the Upper Midwest for the third show in Minneapolis. 

Tickets for the general public go on sale at 10 a.m. Valentine's Day (Friday, Feb. 14). Prices have not been revealed. 

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Pre-sale tickets will be available at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 12 through 10 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 13. Anyone can get access to pre-sale tickets by going here and entering your name and email address, so long as you do it by 8 a.m. next Tuesday, Feb. 11. 

Speculation of the Stones returning to Minnesota began earlier this week when the City of Minneapolis unveiled an ice sculpture of the band's tongue-and-lips logo at the IDS Center. 

Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and company last played for Minnesota in 2015 at TCF Bank Stadium, one year before U.S. Bank Stadium opened. 

Other confirmed concerts at U.S. Bank Stadium this year:

  • May 2: Kenny Chesney with Florida Georgia Line and Old Dominion
  • June 27: Motley Crue with Def Leppard and Poison
  • Aug. 22: George Strait with Chris Stapleton and Little Big Town
  • Aug. 30: Rammstein

U.S. Bank Stadium will also host the NCAA Wrestling Championships Mar. 19-21 and the X Games July 16-19. 

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