Columbus, OH (PRWEB) April 13, 2015
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The last time The Rolling Stones played shows in the United States was 2013. That year, the legendary group from London, England, performed 23 shows in the United States and Canada on the “50 & Counting” tour. A year ago, they hit the road, but didn’t perform in North America. This year, that will change as the group recently announced their “Zip Code Tour" that will bring them to 15 American and Canadian cities including most locations that The Rolling Stones failed to visit in 2013. The “Zip Code Tour” will kick off in San Diego, CA at Petco Park on Sunday, May 24th and will conclude at Le Festival d'ete de Quebec in Quebec on Wednesday, July 15th. Among the first stops that the group will make includes a show at Ohio Stadium in Columbus, OH on Saturday, May 30th.
The Rolling Stones currently consists of Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, and Ronnie Wood. These four superstars will work to put on a great show for their fans throughout the entire “Zip Code Tour,” especially their show in Columbus at Ohio Stadium. The Rolling Stones are one of the most decorated groups in all of music. The group has earned induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, as well as the UK Music Hall of Fame, and has also been honored by Rolling Stone magazine as the fourth greatest artists of all time.
To date, The Rolling Stones have released 29 studio albums that have registered more than 250 million record sales around the world. Their debut album in the United States, England’s Newest Hit Makers, was certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America for selling more than 1 million copies. When The Rolling Stones performs on their tour this year, their fans will hope to hear many of their greatest hits including “Get Off My Cloud,” “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction,” “Paint it Black,” and “Jumpin’ Jack Flash.”
Ohio Stadium was originally opened to the public in 1922. Over the years, the facility has been affectionately called “The Shoe,” “The Horseshoe,” and “The House that Harley Built.” Located on the campus of Ohio State University, the main purpose of Ohio Stadium is being the home of the Ohio State Buckeyes collegiate football team. At one time, it was also the home of the Columbus Crew from Major League Soccer, but during the fall months it is packed to the rafters with loyal Ohio State Buckeyes fans. The stadium is on the National Register of Historic Places and can seat more than 100,000 fans.
Ohio Stadium hasn’t only been used for sporting events. Many of the biggest names in the history of the music business have performed a show at the venue including U2, Pink Floyd, Billy Joel, Elton John, Genesis and Metallica. On September 27, 1997, the venue was the site of a concert featuring The Blues Travelers and the group that will be returning on May 30th, The Rolling Stones.
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