Rolling Stones tease 2020 tour and possible Vancouver stop

Lips remain sealed for now about North American plans

What do you do when you're one of the most iconic rock bands of all time and you're "feeling restless"? Well, if you're the Rolling Stones, you start teasing a 2020 tour.

The British superstar band put a video up on their Instagram Monday morning featuring their famous lips logo being beamed across the land, with a train moving in the background, and speculation is high that a North American tour announcement is impending. 

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Feeling restless

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Those same signature lips have shown up at venues across North America — like on an ice sculpture in Minneapolis — including here in Vancouver.

With the words "Miss You," those bright red lips and tongue are on a billboard outside BC Place, and with "Emotional Rescue" — the name of the Stones' 1980 album — on Canada Place. Two other small billboards are up in downtown Vancouver as well.

The Rolling Stones last embarked on a world tour in 2017; their "No Filter" tour ran into 2019, but some dates had to be rescheduled due to Mick Jagger's heart surgery. Fair enough — Jagger is 76, after all. In fact, all of the Stones are in their 70s — Charlie Watts is 78, Keith Richards 76, and Ronnie Wood is 72.

Stay tunes for news of the Rolling Stones' likely Vancouver tour stop. 

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