Stone Roses announce June 2017 tour dates
Manchester band, the Stone Roses have announced three huge shows next year. The dates – taking place in June 2017 – include Glasgow, Belfast and London’s Wembley Stadium.
The announcement came after Lemons – an image synonymous with the band and their artwork – appeared at Wembley early yesterday.
The latest gig news adds further fuel to rumours that Ian Brown and co will also headline Glastonbury 2017.
Stone Roses Tour Dates
Tickets for these exciting trio of gigs will go on sale at 9.30 this Friday, 30 September.
- SSE Arena, Belfast (13)
- Wembley Stadium, London (17)
- Hampden Park, Glasgow (24)
All For One?
The lads announced they were reuniting – following a 15 year hiatus – in October 2011 and played an extensive reunion tour which included homecoming dates, and many smaller, surprise shows throughout 2012.
After dropping their first single in over 20 years, All For One last May, followed by a second, Beautiful Thing in June 2016, the generation inspiring band played four sell-out nights at the Etihad stadium in Manchester, a night at Madison Square Garden and festival dates including T In The Park.
The newly announced gigs for 2017 are certain to draw a massive crowd, with fans hoping the band will play a bunch of new tunes. Before returning to the UK next year, the quartet will also play three nights at the Sydney Opera house in December 2016.
Hear the official audio for All For One below