The Rolling Stones have been teasing a 2019 US tour for a while now, and it looks like we're nearing the official announcement. It also looks like it will include a NYC-area show, possibly at MetLife Stadium.

The Stones posted the above teaser of their logo rising in front of the Statue of Liberty, implying a NYC-area show, and NorthJersey.com reports that the logo also popped on a MetLife Stadium's billboard this morning, and that they could be playing that venue on June 13 and/or June 17, "according to some sources."

Previously, the Stones' logo popped up on the Denver Broncos' Mile High Stadium, and according to local news, the concert was "all-but-confirmed during Wednesday’s [11/14] Metropolitan Football Stadium District Board meeting." Their logo also recently popped up at Massachusetts' Gilette Stadium while the New England Patriots cheerleaders did a routine dressed in Rolling Stones attire. They also appear to be playing Houston, and WGNO News reports that they're rumored to play New Orleans Jazz Fest for the first time.

The Rolling Stones haven't played the U.S. since 2016's Desert Trip and a few other West Coast shows surrounding that festival, and they haven't played the NYC-area since 2012.

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