Living in West Central Missouri we're in a great location for concerts. We can easily see shows in a number of places. The easiest, not counting the State Fair, is probably Columbia. But there's also Kansas City, St. Louis and Springfield. When you look at all the shows coming through to all of these cities you can see some great shows. 2020 is shaping up to be an epic summer of concerts and the Rolling Stones may have just put the cherry on top of this epic summer of music.

Kenny Chesney's "Chilaxification" tour is playing both St. Louis and Kansas City. So is the Motley Crue / Def Leppard tour with special guests Poison and Joan Jett and the Blackhearts. Now toss in the Rolling Stones playing The Dome at America's Center and yeah, I'd say there's an epic summer of shows on the horizon.

The Rolling Stones St. Louis show at The Dome at America's Center is scheduled for Saturday June 27 at 8:00PM CDT. Tickets for the show will go on sale to the general public at 10:00AM CST Friday February 14. American Express cardholders, and fans on the Rolling Stones mailing list will have access to pre-sale codes that will allow them to buy tickets earlier in the week. You can sign up for the Rolling Stones pre-sale code here.

Reviews for the Stone's "No Filter" tour have been generally positive. According to Rolling Stone, "if they stick to the script of the past few years, expect them to mix massive hits like “Brown Sugar,” “Start Me Up” and “Sympathy For The Devil” with deeper cuts like “Dead Flowers” and “Monkey Man.” Last year, they even dug out “Harlem Shuffle” for the first time since 1990 and “Mercy, Mercy” for the first time since 1969."

Another thing of note, I had a difficult time finding ticket prices. Neither Ticketmaster or AXS, two places you can buy tickets have specific St. Louis show prices mentioned since you can't buy tickets yet. Nor did any of the national articles like the Rolling Stone piece I read get into pricing.

The San Diego Union Tribune did provide prices for the San Diego concert and said prices will range from $49.50 - $499.50. I would expect similar pricing for the St. Louis show, however, ticket prices can vary based on venue seating capacities, how much the band gets, how much the venue wants to make on the show etc. If you want tickets you can click the links above to Ticketmaster or AXS.

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