Thanks to the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, The Rolling Stones have a stop on their upcoming tour in Atlanta, Georgia. According to recent reports, Georgia Tech is set to host a concert from the legendary rock band at Bobby Dodd Stadium.
The stop in Atlanta will come in June.
It is certainly an interesting development, but there is a very good reason for Bobby Dodd Stadium to host...
Ladies and gentlemen … The Rolling Stones are back! The band has announced that they will kick off their new 15-city North American stadium, ZIP CODE tour, in San Diego on May 24 at Petco Park. The band will visit the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis on July 4. The tour will make stops in Columbus, Minneapolis, Dallas, Atlanta, Orlando, Nashville, Pittsburgh, Milwaukee...
The Kansas City Chiefs play in one of the NFL’s most iconic stadiums.
These photos of The Rolling Stones (and fans) at Arrowhead back in 1975 are amazing.
The @RollingStones will make their 3rd trip to Arrowhead this summer; their first was on June 6, 1975.
— Arrowhead Stadium (@ArrowheadEvents) April 2, 2015
That’s so 70s.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are a legendary franchise.
Currently at Heinz Field their logo’s been replaced with a legendary band’s iconic symbol.
Tickets for .@RollingStones in @heinzfield go on sale April 13 at 10 am. #StonesZip
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— Pittsburgh Steelers (@steelers) March 31, 2015
.@RollingStones will be taking over @heinzfield...
The legendary rock group The Rolling Stones are planning a 15-city Zip Code tour this summer, and they’ll be making stops at three ACC stadiums. The Stones will play at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, Bobby Dodd Stadium in Atlanta and Carter-Finley Stadium in Raleigh, N.C., home of the N.C. State Wolfpack.
The logo for the Stones’ concert at Carter-Finley has been released, and it...
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Stones and Mets
As you might know, I am an avid Rolling Stones fan. Have all their albums, know most of the songs by heart and have seen them numerous times in person, including twice at Shea Stadium in 1989.
As I recall, it was a tremendous concert, with 60,000 fans singing “Ruby Tuesday,” in unison, and I mean every word, not just the refrain.
I noticed they are trending today...