The Rolling Stones have announced some special guests for their upcoming tour, and like the last time they played North America, the list includes a wide range of artists.

The tour kicks off this weekend in San Diego, and will continue through mid-July with a stop in Quebec. In between, they'll hit cities like Dallas, Atlanta and Pittsburgh that they missed during their 2013 shows.

Gary Clark, Jr. will play with the band in San Diego on Sunday, and Brad Paisley will join the group on June 17 when they stop in Nashville. Both acts were announced on the Stones' Twitter page, which was busy last night unveiling the special guests.

Additionally, singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran will open for the Stones on June 27 when they play Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City.

The Rolling Stones have been busy lately. In addition to getting ready for the tour, they took part in a Twitter Q&A recently, answering questions about the set list and Mick Jagger's butt.

They're also getting ready to release an expanded version of their 1971 classic Sticky Fingers, which will include extra discs of session outtakes as well as a previously unreleased concert from that year. The reissue will be out on June 9.

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