The Rolling Stones will spend September and October on the road in Europe, where they're scheduled to play 13 shows across a dozen different venues during a run of dates they've dubbed the No Filter Tour.

The tour is currently scheduled to begin Sept. 9 in Hamburg, where the Stones are booked to begin their No Filter dates with a stop at Hamburg's Stadtpark. They'll travel across the continent until late October, when their currently announced commitments conclude with a two-night stand at the U Arena in Paris on Oct. 19 and 22.

"Hey guys, here we come," said guitarist Keith Richards. "See you there!"

"I’m so excited to be touring Europe this autumn," added frontman Mick Jagger, "and returning to some familiar places and some we’ve never done before."

The No Filter dates follow a long flurry of recent activity that has included the Stones' first-ever concert in Cuba as well as Blue & Lonesome, an album of blues covers that marked the band's first full-length studio set since A Bigger Bang in 2005. Plans for an LP of new originals remain reportedly in the works; in the meantime, check out the band's No Filter dates below, and visit their official site for information.

Rolling Stones No Filter 2017 Tour Dates
9/09 — Hamburg, Germany — Stadtpark
9/12 — Munich, Germany — Olympic Stadium
9/16 — Spielberg, Austria — Spielberg at Red Bull Ring
9/20 — Zurich, Switzerland — Letzigrund Stadium
9/23 — Lucca, Italy — Lucca Summer Festival-City Walls
9/27 — Barcelona, Spain — Olympic Stadium
9/30 — Amsterdam, Holland — Amsterdam Arena
10/03 — Copenhagen, Denmark — Parken Stadium
10/09 — Dusseldorf, Germany — Esprit arena
10/12 — Stockholm, Sweden — Friends Arena
10/15 — Arnhem, Holland — GelreDome
10/19 — Paris, France — U Arena
10/22 — Paris, France — U Arena

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