JUANES TO OPEN FOR THE ROLLING STONES IN MIAMI

The Rolling Stones are excited to announce Juanes will join the North American ‘No Filter’ tour as guest artists for the final date in Miami on Saturday, August 31st at Hard Rock Stadium.

For tickets and information, please visit www.rollingstones.com.

 

A multiple Grammy and all-time leading Latin Grammy winner (with 24), Colombian superstar and long-time Miami co-resident JUANES is Latin Rock’s leading global ambassador. Juanes has sold millions of albums around world, while notching 12 #1 singles and continually opening doors for the global growth of contemporary Spanish language music. Juanes is the only artist holding TWO of Billboard’s”Top-5 Latin Pop Songs of All-Time” – while Rolling Stone praised his most recent album “Mis Planes Son Amarte” with a rare 5-star review – declaring: “the stunner of a visual album [is] the most ambitious album of his career… he cares about creating timeless songs [with] meticulous craftsmanship in every note.”  Continuing to create critically praised new music, Juanes’ just released new single “Querer Mejor” Ft. Alessia Cara was hailed in NPR’s “Top Songs of May” as ‘a slow-burning ballad from one of Latin music’s most prolific and engaging creators.”  Juanes’ appearance on the Miami date of the “No Filter” tour will reunite the Colombian superstar with the Rolling Stones after he was the only artist to join the legendary band as an onstage guest during their 2016 AMERICA LATINA OLÉ Stadium Tour of Latin America.

The Rolling Stones will make stops in 15 cities across the US and Canada. The tour follows last year’s NO FILTER dates that have taken Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood back out on the road amassing rave reviews as they played to sold out stadiums throughout the UK and Europe.

 

THE ROLLING STONES – NO FILTER TOUR OF NORTH AMERICA & CANADA 2019

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June 21                                  Chicago, IL                             Soldier Field                          
June 25                                  Chicago, IL                             Soldier Field                          
June 29                                  Ontario, Canada                   Burl’s Creek                          
July 3                                      Washington, DC                   FedExField                             
July 7                                      Foxboro, MA                         Gillette Stadium                   
July 14                                    New Orleans, LA                  Mercedes-Benz Superdome   
July 19                                    Jacksonville, FL                     TIAA Bank Field                    
July 23                                    Philadelphia, PA                   Lincoln Financial Field         
July 27                                    Houston, TX                          NRG Stadium                         
August 1                                East Rutherford, NJ             MetLife Stadium                   
August 5                                East Rutherford, NJ             MetLife Stadium                  
August 10                              Denver, CO                           Broncos Stadium at Mile High 
August 14                              Seattle, WA                           CenturyLink Field                 
August 18                              Santa Clara, CA                     Levi’s®️ Stadium                    
August 22                              Pasadena, CA                        The Rose Bowl                      
August 26                              Glendale, AZ                         State Farm Stadium             
August 31                              Miami, FL                              Hard Rock Stadium