Friday, April 11, 2014
Rolling Stones, the most enduring rock band of the music history, will play in Madrid on June 25th, as part of their new world tour.
On Fire Tour is the new series of concerts that the Rolling Stones are starting, to celebrate their 50 years since they founded this mythical band. The world tour includes a stop in Madrid as well, where they will be on June 25th to reunite their most passionate Spanish fans and to delight them with legendary songs which have been lasting for various generations.
The Rolling Stones, the biggest and most polemic rock band of all times, start on their tour called On Fire Tour after having cancelled a few concerts back in March, due to the tragedy in the life of Mick Jagger.
Without presenting a new album, the excuse of this new tour is to celebrate the 50 years that the mythical band has been spending on world stages. With Mick Jagger leading the way, and the other members, not less unique, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts, they will sing again their long list of top hits that various generations have danced on, among which Get off my cloud, Paint It, Black or Sympathy for the Devil.
The much awaited tour will stop in Madrid on June 25th and will take place at the football stadium, Santiago Bernabéu, holding a total of 45.000 people. Rock music lovers are in for a treat! Now they can enjoy another historic event with a complete show of light, sounds, unforgettable themes and an exceptional band on the stage.
To see all the concerts that you can attend in Madrid, click here and choose your favorite group!