Credit: Claude GassianThe Rolling Stones are planning to return to the road for a late-summer/early-fall European trek they’ve dubbed the No Filter Tour. The outing kicks off September 9 in Hamburg, Germany, and is scheduled through a two-show stand in Paris on October 19 and 22.

So far, the tour features a total of 13 dates, including stops in Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Holland, Denmark and Sweden. The Stones, of course, will perform a variety of their classic hits at each show, but the band also planning to include a couple of unexpected tunes in every set, plus one song chosen by fans. The No Filter Tour will feature a brand-new production and stage design.

“Hey Guys, here we come,” says Keith Richards. “See you there!!!!”

Mick Jagger adds, “I’m so excited to be touring Europe this Autumn and returning to some familiar places and some we’ve never done before.”

The No Filter Tour dates are the first shows The Stones have lined up since an October 22, 2016, concert in Las Vegas, and since the release of the band’s new blues covers album, Blue & Lonesome.

No word yet if The Rolling Stones also plan to tour North America in 2017. For information about purchasing tickets to the group’s European shows, visit

Here are all of the band’s No Filter Tour dates:

9/9 — Hamburg, Germany, Stadtpark
9/12 — Munich, Germany, Olympic Stadium
9/16 — Spielberg, Austria, Spielberg at Red Bull Ring
9/20 — Zurich, Switzerland, Letzigrund Stadium
9/23 — Lucca, Italy, Lucca Summer Festival – City Walls
9/27 — Barcelona, Spain, Olympic Stadium
9/30 — Amsterdam, Holland, Amsterdam ArenA
10/3 — Copenhagen, Denmark, Parken Stadium
10/9 — Dusseldorf, Germany, Esprit arena
10/12 — Stockholm, Sweden, Friends Arena
10/15 — Arnhem, Holland, GelreDome
10/19 — Paris, France, U Arena
10/22 — Paris, France, U Arena

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