Rolling Stones 2015 tour dates announced, fans are divided about Indiana concert

March 31, 2015 | By Garrett Montgomery More

Rolling Stones 2015 tour announced, and some fans are angry that they will not visit their city, and others are irritated by the fact that they have decided to play in Indianapolis, Indiana. This week, the Rolling Stones revealed the dates and itinerary of their 44th tour called the Zip Code Tour, which will begin on 24 May 2015 in California and conclude in Canada.

Rolling Stones 2015 tour

The Rolling Stones 2015 tour dubbed the Zip Code Tour is officially happening. After a series of delays, the iconic band revealed that there will be 15 concerts during the North America leg of the Zip Code Tour.

The Rolling Stones 2015 tour will launch on the 24th of May 2015 at the Petco Park in San Diego, California, it will zig-zag through Ohio, Florida, Tennessee and Kansas.

Prior to ending the tour on July 15, 2015 in Quebec City, Canada, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts are set to perform at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indiana on Independence Day.

Moreover, this is where the drama lies and the move has angered some of Rolling Stones’ supporters. Via social media, they are blasting the group for doing a concert in the state after Governor Mike Pence signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which gives the right to individuals and businesses to refuse to do business with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people.

Fans want the Rolling Stones to boycott Indiana like the indie rock band Wilco, but by the looks of things that will not happen.

A rep for the band was quizzed on the Indianapolis performance, and they replied with “no comment.” Few fans are also upset that the group is not coming to their state.

Tickets for the Rolling Stones 2015 tour go on sale on April 13, expect few additional dates to be announced soon.

The Rolling Stones 2015 tour dates are as followed:

May 24 San Diego
May 30 Columbus
June 3 Minneapolis
June 6 Dallas
June 9 Atlanta
June 12 Orlando
June 17 Nashville
June 20 Pittsburgh
June 23 Milwaukee
June 27 Kansas City
July 1 Raleigh
July 4 Indianapolis
July 8 Detroit
July 11 Buffalo
July 15 Quebec

Do you think Rolling Stones should boycott Indiana?


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  1. Lee says:

    I am going to avoid Indiana like The PLAGUE because of their STUPID LAW in effect UNTILL it is repealed…I feel bad for all the LGBT people in the state who have to live with that kind of horrible Homophobia…As for The Rolling Stones Boycotting Indiana–I bet their tour is already completely set up and locked in…I hope they can make a speech against Homophobia and this Horrible law…Truthfully, I’m not sure Indiana will feel “FREE” enough to serve food to the stones, or let them pay for their Luxury hotel Rooms, Limo service, etc….. Indiana’s government has made a HUGE, COSTLY MISTAKE! I’ll take ALL my vacation Money elsewhere until Indiana comes back out of The DARK AGES!

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