Rolling Stones’ November concert at Hard Rock Live ‘most intimate show in more than a decade’

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The Rolling Stones will close out their No Filter Tour at Hard Rock Live at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood on Tuesday, Nov. 23.

Tickets are scheduled to go on sale 10 a.m. Monday, Oct. 18, at MyHRL.com. Prices are $1,006, $781, $556, $456 and $281.

The performance at 7,000-seat Hard Rock Live, announced Thursday, will be one the band describes as their “most intimate show in more than a decade.”

The Stones previously brought the No Filter Tour to South Florida on Aug. 30, 2019, famously dodging Hurricane Dorian in the process. The concert in front of 60,000 fans at Hard Rock Stadium produced a memorable performance of “Gimme Shelter” by Mick Jagger in driving rain.

That Hard Rock Stadium concert was the final date scheduled on the No Filter Tour at that time and Stones fans wondered if this could be the last time the band would play South Florida.

The show turned out to be the Stones’ final concert with drummer Charlie Watts, who died in August of this year. Longtime sideman Steve Jordan has played drums with the band on recent No Filter dates.

In celebration of the announcement, the 450-foot Guitar Hotel façade at Seminole Hard Rock Hollywood will feature the Rolling Stones’ iconic logo from 8 p.m. to midnight Thursday.

The Stones will not be the first stadium-filling rock band to squeeze their sound into Hard Rock Live: Metallica has a show scheduled for Nov. 4, which has been long been a sell-out.

Staff writer Ben Crandell can be reached at bcrandell@sunsentinel.com.

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