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Thursday Round-Up: CenturyLink Field To Host The Rolling Stones On August 14

CenturyLink Field will host The Rolling Stones on August 14, 2019 after their ‘No Filter’ tour has been fully rescheduled.


Good morning, 12s.

Here's a look at what's 'out there' for today – Thursday, May 16 – about your Seattle Seahawks:

Let's Rock And Roll

Home of the Seahawks and the Sounders, CenturyLink Field will play host to The Rolling Stones in a few months as the popular rock band announced their tour dates early Thursday morning.

The Stones' 2019 'No Filter' North American tour has been rescheduled in full and the group will be performing at CenturyLink Field on August 14. Nothing sounds better than going to see an epic band perform on a lovely summer evening in Seattle.

The official Twitter account of CenturyLink Field tweeted out the announcement at 4:00 a.m. mentioning that if you already had tickets to the previously scheduled show, hold onto them. All tickets will be honored for the event whether you buy them now or bought them before.

The tour was postponed six weeks ago in order to accompany lead singer Mick Jagger undergoing heart surgery. Jagger tweeted a video on Wednesday that went viral of him dancing around an empty studio, showing off his energetic nature post-surgery.

The Stones haven't made a trip to Seattle to perform in more than a decade, so be sure to buy your tickets here while supply lasts.

Social Post Of The Day

Today's 'Social Post of the Day' comes from Seahawks digital reporter John Boyle, as he looks to acquire some questions for another edition of Seahawks mailbag.

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