The tour: Bang just gets bigger


SUN,TUE 8/21,23 Boston Fenway Park

*As they kicked off their tour, the Stones joined Bruce Springsteen and Jimmy Buffet as the only musicians to perform a concert at Fenway Park.

 FRI 8/26 Hartford, CT Rentschler Field

SUN 8/28 Ottawa Frank Clair Stadium

WED 8/31 Detroit Comerica Park



SAT 9/3 Moncton, NB Magnetic Hill

*For those unfamiliar with Canadian geography, "New Brunswick" is the full name of the province, just over the border from Maine.

 TUE 9/6 Minneapolis Xcel Energy Center

THU 9/8 Milwaukee Bradley Center

SAT 9/10 Chicago Soldier Field

TUE 9/13 New York City Madison Square Garden

*Two days after the fifth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, the Stones spread some love in midtown Manhattan. This is also the largest indoor venue they played on this leg of the tour.

 THU 9/15 East Rutherford, NJ Giants Stadium

SAT 9/17 Albany, NY Pepsi Arena

SAT 9/24 Columbus, OH Nationwide Arena

MON 9/26 Toronto Rogers Centre

WED 9/28 Pittsburgh PNC Park



SAT 10/1 Hershey, PA Hershey Park Stadium

MON 10/3 Washington, DC MCI Center

THU 10/6 Charlottesville, VA Scott Stadium

 SAT 10/8 Durham Wallace Wade Stadium

*The decision to play this date came after the initial announcement of the tour itinerary, and some say the date was because of the strong ticket sales in a certain other southern college town.

 MON, WED 10/10 & 12 Philadelphia Wachovia Center

SAT 10/15 Atlanta Philips Arena

MON 10/17 Miami American Airlines Arena

WED 10/19 Tampa St. Petersburg Times Forum

FRI 10/21 Charlotte Charlotte Arena

*Bid now for your chance to put your company's name on the side of this state-of-the-art facility!

 FRI 10/28 Calgary, AB Pengrowth Saddledome

SUN 10/30 Seattle Key Arena



TUE 11/1 Portland Rose Garden

FRI 11/4 Anaheim, CA Angels Stadium

SUN, TUE 11/6 & 8 Los Angeles, CA Hollywood Bowl

FRI 11/11 San Diego Petco Park

SUN, TUE 11/13 & 15 San Francisco, CA SBC Park

FRI 11/18 Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena

SUN 11/20 Fresno, CA Save Mart Center

TUE 11/22 Salt Lake City Delta Center

THU 11/24 Denver Pepsi Center

*Denver is the second stop on the tour where the Stones will play in an arena named for the cola in the blue can– also known as "Brown Sugar"

 SAT 11/27 Phoenix Glendale Arena

MON 11/29 Dallas American Airlines Arena

*This date marks the first time Mick, Keith and company will play in President Bush's home state of Texas since the release of their anti-Dubya song, "Sweet Neo Con." Check the reviews the next day and see if it made the setlist and how it was received.



THU 12/1 Houston, Toyota Center

MON 12/3 Memphis FedEx Forum



TUE 1/10 Montreal, QC Bell Centre

FRI 1/13 Boston TD Banknorth Garden

*The site of many a Bruins and Celtics game. You might know this venue by its original name, the Fleet Center, or as Bostonians call it "That Wicked Huge Arena That Replaced the GAH-den."

 WED, FRI 1/18 & 20 New York City Madison Square Garden

MON, WED 1/23, 25 Chicago United Center

FRI 1/27 St. Louis Savvis Center

SUN 1/29 Omaha Qwest Center



WED 2/1 Baltimore First Mariner Arena

*Charlottesville residents have a second chance to see the Stones three hours north at the venue formerly known as simply Baltimore Arena.

 SAT 2/11 San Juan Coliseo de Puerto Rico

SAT 2/18 Rio de Janeiro Copacabana Beach

*No word yet on whether they'll cover Barry Manilow for the occasion.

 TUE, THU 2/21,23 Buenos Aires River Plate Stadium

SUN 2/26 Mexico City Foro Sol



THU 3/6 Los Angeles The Great Western Forum

THU 3/9 Little Rock Alltel Center

SUN 3/12 Ft. Lauderdale Bank Atlantic Cener