The Rolling Stones are rumored to be hitting the road. The group has been dropping subtle hints in billboards placed around select U.S. cities, and added fuel to the fire when they shared cryptic posts on social media.
Tour rumors starting swirling when billboards featuring band’s recognizable tongue logo and song lyrics began popping up in Cleveland, Detroit, and Pittsburgh, among other cities. The band kicked things into overdrive by sharing that they were “feeling restless” on social media accounts, along with posting a short teaser clip.
Feeling restless pic.twitter.com/Zh0RWqySqW
— The Rolling Stones (@RollingStones) February 3, 2020
There is no word yet surrounding the venues possibly hosting the band. Each of the teased cities boast both ballparks and NFL stadiums to draw the biggest audiences. However, the band has also opted to headline arenas and even the occasional intimate theater in recent years.
The Rolling Stones’ latest tour rumors come less than six months after they wrapped their No Filter tour. That 18-date outing immediately dominated the market upon its announcement, but hit a snag when Mick Jagger underwent a heart procedure, forcing the tour to be pushed back a few weeks. The scheduling snafu also affected the band’s headlining spot at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. They were replaced by Widespread Panic at the spring festival and ultimately returned to the Big Easy mid-tour with an added show at Mercedes-Benz Superdome.