For a little more than a month, the Rolling Stones have been hinting at a North American tour. Signs are currently pointing to the official announcement being made on Thursday (March 19).

Beginning yesterday, the band has been targeting social media with a 30-second teaser video and the hashtag "#SatisfactionThursday." Jambase notes that this mirrors their tease for their 2013 tour, which was billed as "#startmeupwednesday." Embedded in the video, which you can watch in the embedded tweet below, is link to justakissaway.rocks, where fans can sign up for alerts.

The article also says that billboards with the Stones' logo and "You Get What You Need" popping up in various cities. A Twitter search on the #SatisfactionThursday hashtag finds that the billboards have been spotted in Atlanta, Buffalo and Pittsburgh, suggesting that the tour will reach those cities. ABC's affiliate in San Diego is reporting that the tour will kick off on May 24 at Petco Park, with a presale for American Express cardholders taking place on March 26 and the sale to the general public beginning March 30.

Another rumor is that the group will change things up a bit this time around. Earlier this week it was reported that they may play Sticky Fingers in its entirety.

The Rolling Stones have been touring regularly since beginning the 50 & Counting tour in late 2012 as a celebration of their 50th anniversary. After playing North America in 2013 (our review of their Chicago show can be found here), they hit Asia, Europe and Oceania, calling it the 14 on Fire tour.

See the Rolling Stones and Other Rockers in the Top 100 Albums of the '70s

You Think You Know the Rolling Stones?