Where did the Rolling Stones play in 1982?

June 27, 1982: The Rolling Stones perform at Ashton Gate Park in Bristol, England. Müngersdorfer Stadium in Cologne. restaurant in Vienna, where the band is holding a birthday party for Jerry Hall.

When did the Rolling Stones play at the Silverdome?

Nov. 30-Dec. 1, 1981, Pontiac Silverdome: The Stones’ first appearance at the suburban stadium was notable not just for the band’s performance but for the reception to one of its opening acts — Iggy Pop. Despite being a homeboy, the Stooges frontman did battle with the crowd, which hurled objects and spat at him.

Did Prince open for the Rolling Stones in 1981?

As one of the best known artists of all time, it’s unbelievable to think Prince ever received anything except deafening applause on stage. But on this day in 1981, the star was booed off stage after opening for the Rolling Stones – and it wasn’t the first time.

Who opened for Rolling Stones?

Ghost Hounds
Rolling Stones show in Austin will feature Ghost Hounds as opening act. Pittsburgh blues-rockers the Ghost Hounds will open for the Rolling Stones at Circuit of the Americas in Austin on Nov. 20, the venue announced Monday.

Did Van Halen open for the Rolling Stones?

Van Halen were already kings of the hard-rock heap by the time they embarked on their Fair Warning tour in mid-1981, and they concluded the mostly sold-out trek with a two-night victory lap opening for the Rolling Stones.

Who opened for the Rolling Stones in 1990?

Opening acts for the tour included Living Colour, Dan Reed Network, Guns N’ Roses and Gun. The original two dates 13 & 14 July 1990 at Wembley Stadium had to be rescheduled for 24 & 25 August 1990 due to Keith Richards cutting a finger the previous week.

Who opened for the Rolling Stones in 1994?

Tour dates

Date City Opening Act(s)
North America
20 August 1994 Toronto Stone Temple Pilots
23 August 1994 Winnipeg Colin James
26 August 1994 Madison Lenny Kravitz

What was the first concert at the Pontiac Silverdome?

The Who, Pontiac Silverdome, 1976 The Who played the inaugural concert at the Silverdome in 1975. Some 76,000 people attended to hear the 24-song set that included many of their great songs, including “Baba O’Riley,” “Pinball Wizard” and closed with “Won’t Get Fooled Again.”

Where did the Rolling Stones play in Detroit?

Ford Field
The Rolling Stones played Detroit’s Ford Field on Monday night, and they honored the city’s musical roots by covering the 1966 Temptations classic “Ain’t Too Proud to Beg.” “Ever since we were really young, we always loved Motown,” Mick Jagger told the audience.

Why was Prince booed?

On the first concert, Prince and his band The Revolution took to the stage, only to be booed by a proportion of the 90,000 people in the crowd. The abuse included racist and homophobic slurs and went on to involve people hurling things at the stage.

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