Credit: Claude GassianThe Rolling StonesAmerica Latina Olé Tour gets underway this evening at the Estadio Nacional in Santiago, Chile. A video clip of Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts arriving at and posing for photos in front of the stadium on Tuesday has been posted on the band’s Facebook page and Twitter feed.

Meanwhile, The Rolling Stones are giving fans the opportunity to choose one of the songs that they will perform at the Santiago show via an online poll on their official website. Among the tunes are “She’s a Rainbow,” which the band hasn’t played live since 1998; “Anybody Seen My Baby,” which is the group’s most popular YouTube video in South America; “She’s So Cold”; and a cover of Bob Dylan‘s “Like a Rolling Stone.”

The Rolling Stones also recently posted a tour teaser clip on their YouTube channel that features audio of the band rehearsing “Sympathy for the Devil” and video clips of the band’s stage setup and gear, including Watts’ drum sticks and Richards’ and Wood’s guitars.

In other news, longtime Stones backing singer Lisa Fischer currently is touring as a solo artist and won’t be joining the group on its Latin American trek. Stepping in for Fischer is Sasha Allen, a one-time semifinalist on The Voice who previously has toured with Christina Aguilera, John Legend and Leona Lewis.

The Rolling Stones’ America Latina Olé Tour runs through a March 17 concert in Mexico City.

Here’s a full list of dates on the trek:

2/3 — Santiago, Chile, Estadio Nacional
2/7 — Buenos Aires, Argentina, La Plata Stadium
2/10 — Buenos Aires, Argentina, La Plata Stadium
2/13 — Buenos Aires, Argentina, La Plata Stadium
2/16 — Montevideo, Uruguay, Centenario Stadium
2/20 — Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Maracana Stadium
2/24 — São Paulo, Brazil, Morumbi
2/27 — São Paulo, Brazil, Morumbi
3/2 — Porto Alegre, Brazil, Beira Rio Stadium
3/6 — Lima, Peru, Estadio Monumental
3/10 — Bogota, Colombia, Estadio El Campin
3/14 — Mexico City, Mexico, Foro Sol
3/17 — Mexico City, Mexico, Foro Sol

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