|Tour by The Rolling Stones|
Promotional poster for the tour
|Associated album||Sticky Fingers (deluxe edition)|
|Start date||20 May 2015|
|End date||15 July 2015|
|No. of shows||
|The Rolling Stones concert chronology|
Zip Code Tour was a concert tour by English rock band The Rolling Stones. It began on 24 May 2015 in San Diego and travelled across North America before concluding on 15 July 2015 in Quebec City, Canada. The tour was announced on 31 March 2015 with tickets going on sale to the general public two weeks later. The name is a reference to the jeans-related artwork for Sticky Fingers, which received a special re-release in 2015, and had its entire track list played during the Zip Code Tour.
On 31 March 2015, The Rolling Stones announced the Zip Code tour, a new United States & Canada tour subtitled Tour of North America 2015. The tour featured stadium concerts after extensive usage of said venues during the 14 On Fire European tour. Mick Jagger has declared that the band would extend the tour to South America "but it's kind of difficult to put together." Given the tour started the same year the Sticky Fingers album received a deluxe re-release, "Zip Code" is a reference to how that album's cover features the crotch of a man wearing jeans, which in the original vinyl release had a working zipper.
On 20 May 2015, The Rolling Stones performed a surprise L.A. concert at The Fonda Theatre (an intimate 1,300-person-capacity venue) in Hollywood, California, playing sixteen songs in total, including the entire ten-song track list of Sticky Fingers.
|20 May 2015||Los Angeles||United States||Fonda Theatre||N/A||N/A|
|24 May 2015||San Diego||Petco Park||40,944 / 40,944||$8,465,082|
|27 May 2015||Solana Beach||Belly Up Tavern||N/A||N/A|
|30 May 2015||Columbus||Ohio Stadium||59,038 / 59,038||$7,911,843|
|3 June 2015||Minneapolis||TCF Bank Stadium||41,517 / 41,517||$8,328,199|
|6 June 2015||Arlington||AT&T Stadium||47,535 / 47,535||$9,294,552|
|9 June 2015||Atlanta||Bobby Dodd Stadium||42,320 / 42,320||$7,625,554|
|12 June 2015||Orlando||Orlando Citrus Bowl Stadium||47,262 / 47,262||$9,367,879|
|17 June 2015||Nashville||LP Field||47,242 / 47,242||$8,416,049|
|20 June 2015||Pittsburgh||Heinz Field||54,136 / 54,136||$9,125,120|
|23 June 2015[a]||Milwaukee||Marcus Amphitheater||22,545 / 22,545||$4,939,823|
|27 June 2015||Kansas City||Arrowhead Stadium||49,502 / 49,502||$7,187,255|
|1 July 2015||Raleigh||Carter–Finley Stadium||40,428 / 40,428||$7,947,996|
|4 July 2015||Speedway (Indianapolis)||Indianapolis Motor Speedway||50,000 / 50,000||$6,187,966|
|8 July 2015||Detroit||Comerica Park||36,712 / 36,712||$6,282,151|
|11 July 2015||Orchard Park||Ralph Wilson Stadium||49,552 / 49,552||$8,634,557|
|15 July 2015[b]||Quebec City||Canada||Plains of Abraham||102,000 / 102,000||N/A|
|Total||730,733 / 730,733||$109,714,026|
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