The Rolling Stones appear poised to unveil the initial set of tour dates for their upcoming Hackney Diamonds tour.

Published by Cel Manero from Global One Media, Inc.

The Rolling Stones are strategically sharing enigmatic clues on the internet, indicating that their comeback to live performances is on the horizon.

The Rolling Stones are hinting at a forthcoming announcement, set to be revealed tomorrow on November 21, likely containing details about their upcoming return to touring in support of the new album, Hackney Diamonds.

Given the prominent display of both a maple leaf and a US flag in the band’s November 17 post on X (formerly Twitter), it’s widely speculated that Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and Ronnie Wood will kick off their next world tour with dates in North America.

Throughout the weekend, the iconic Stones logo made appearances in various US cities, including Denver, Las Vegas, Cleveland, and Houston. Additionally, the Aston Martin website, following the display of the band’s ‘lips and tongue’ logo on their team cars at the Las Vegas Grand Prix, hints at an impending announcement by the legendary rockers.

In a recent BBC interview, Keith Richards hinted at the possibility of the Stones taking Hackney Diamonds on tour next year, contingent on everyone being still in good standing.

“We’re all in good shape,” remarked ‘The Human Riff’. “We’re not glancing at each other and declaring, ‘the clock’s ticking.'”

In a glowing 9/10 review of Hackney Diamonds, Ian Fortnam of Classic Rock asserts, “Hackney Diamonds is not a relic of the past. It’s a contemporary album crafted for a 21st-century audience, maintaining a traditional 48-minute duration that consistently leaves the listener yearning for additional tracks.”

Rest assured, Classic Rock will promptly deliver updates on the impending Rolling Stones announcement as soon as it becomes available.