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Rolling Stones Guests Through Out U.S. Tour
6/26/2013 8:38:00 AM
ROLLING STONES: Headed Home
The Rolling Stones wrapped up the North American leg of their 50 & Counting tour Monday night inWashington,D.C.
In all, they did 18 arena shows in 11 cities, one club show and the three arena dates (in Brooklyn, New Yorkand Newark, New Jersey) at the end of last year for a total of 22 performances. It’s now onto Englandfor their first-ever appearance at the Glastonbury festival June 29th, followed by gigs atLondon’sHyde Park on July 6th and 13th.
For only the fourth time on this tour the Stones went without a special guest in D.C. even though Lenny Kravitz and members of One Direction were backstage. Otherwise, the 2013 leg featured 16 guests. They were, in order:
- Gwen Stefani and Keith Urban inLos Angeles
- Tom Waits inOakland,California
- John Fogerty and Bonnie Raitt inSan Jose,California
- Katy Perry inLas Vegas
- John Mayer inAnaheim,California (first show)
- Dave Grohl inAnaheim (second show)
- Carrie Underwood inToronto
- Taj Mahal inChicago (first show)
- Sheryl Crow inChicago (second show)
- Taylor Swift inChicago (third show)
- Win Butler of Arcade Fire inMontreal
- Gary Clark Junior inBoston
- Brad Paisley inPhiladelphia (first show)
- Aaron Neville inPhiladelphia (second show)
The Stones took the train from Philly to D.C.
The Rolling Stones finished their U.S. tour last night and will now head home for shows in the UK.