The Rolling Stones Announce Their Rescheduled 2019 Tour Dates

London, April 3, 2019 - The Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger will undergo surgery this week in New York to replace a heart valve, with the band postponing the North American leg of No Filter tour as a result. FILE Image - Mick Jagger performs during the Rock in Rio Lisbon 2014 music festival, in Lisbon, Portugal on May 29, 2014. (Photo by Pedro Fiúza/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Six weeks after an unexpected heart valve replacement surgery on lead singer Mick Jagger forced the Rolling Stones to postpone their U.S. stadium tour, the legendary band announced their rescheduled No Filter tour stops.

Kicking off in Chicago on June 21, with a second date there on June 25, the shows will take place all over the country throughout the summer, wrapping up on August 31 at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami.

Here are the official tour dates and stops:

June 21: Chicago, IL at Soldier Field

June 25: Chicago, IL at Soldier Field

June 29: Ontario, Canada at Burl’s Creek

July 3: Washington, DC at FedExField

July 7: Foxboro, MA at Gillette Stadium

July 14: New Orleans, LA at Mercedes-Benz Superdome

July 19: Jacksonville, FL at TIAA Bank Field

July 23: Philadelphia, PA at Lincoln Financial Field

July 27: Houston, TX at NRG Stadium

August 1: East Rutherford, NJ at MetLife Stadium

August 5: East Rutherford, NJ at MetLife Stadium

August 10: Denver, CO at Broncos Stadium at Mile High

August 14: Seattle, WA at CenturyLink Field

August 18: Santa Clara, CA at Levi’s Stadium

August 22: Pasadena, CA at The Rose Bowl

August 26: Glendale, AZ at State Farm Stadium

August 31: Miami, FL at Hard Rock Stadium

Tickets purchased for the original show dates will still be honored and folks unable to attend the rescheduled performances will get full refunds.

The band’s most recent studio album (their 23rd British and 25th American one), Blue & Lonesome comes eleven years after 2005’s A Bigger Bang. Released on December 2, 2016, it is the first one to feature only cover songs.

The track list includes covers of Buddy Johnson’s “Just You Fool,” Memphis Slim’s “Blue and Lonesome” and Bukka White’s “Ride ‘Em on Down,” among others.

Blue & Lonesome debuted at number one on the UK albums chart and eventually went platinum there. In the US, it debuted at number 4 on the Billboard 200 and won the Grammy award for best traditional blues album, the band’s third ever Grammy and first win since the 1995 broadcast, during which they won for best rock album, the first time ever the genre award was presented.