Are the Rolling Stones coming to Tampa? All signs point to yes

  • Are the Rolling Stones coming to Tampa? All signs point to yes

Are the Rolling Stones coming to Tampa? All signs point to yes

What do you do when you're one of the most iconic rock bands of all time and you're "feeling restless"?

The Rolling Stones have posted a teaser video on their social media platforms that appears to hint at a possible tour.

The band hasn't officially announced a tour date.

WBEN reports billboards have appeared around Buffalo featuring the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band's famous tongue logo and teasing phrases like "Let's spend the night together", "emotional rescue" and "get what you need".

Other markets in the IORR listing show Vancouver, Austin, Detroit, Tampa, Louisville, Buffalo; Cleveland, St. Louis, and Pittsburgh, as among the likely cities for Stones concerts in May and June.

The Stones have been off the road since their No Filter Tour of the United States wrapped up last summer after rescheduling a string of dates following frontman Mick Jagger's heart surgery. Fair enough - Jagger is 76, after all.

It looks like The Rolling Stones are returning to Western New York. In fact, all of the Stones are in their 70s - Charlie Watts is 78, Keith Richards 76, and Ronnie Wood is 72.