Rolling Stones “No Filter” Radio Tour Set for June and July

With the Stones 2020

“No Filter” tour postponed, the Alliance has created another way for millions of fans across the U.S. to experience the band. Together with iHeartRadio and other partners, the Alliance is exclusively bringing the Stones concert experience to seven 2020 “No Filter” Tour cities with Stones tracks, live recordings from past concerts, past interviews with the band, and interviews with the Stones’ production director Dale “Opie” Skjerseth, who will share stories about his experiences with the Stones.

iHeartRadio Stones "No Filter" Radio Tour

St. Louis — June 26, 103.3 KLOU, 9-10 pm CT Listen
Detroit — July 3, 106.7 Detroit's Wheels WLLZ, 9-10 pm ET Listen
Minneapolis — July 10, 108 KOOL KQQL, 9-10 pm CT Listen
St. Louis Encore Show —* July 10, 103.3 KLOU, 9-10 pm CT* Listen
Charlotte — July 17, 99.7 The Fox WRFX, 9-10 pm ET Listen
Dallas — July 24, 92.5 Lone Star KZPS, 9-10 pm CT Listen
Pittsburgh — July 31, 102.5 WDVE Rocks, 9-10 pm ET Listen

Stream via the links above. You can also tune in to the livestream on the iHeartRadio app or at iHeartRadio.com.

More Dates for the Rolling Stones Radio Tour

Minneapolis — June 26, 107.3 & 94.3 FM and 540 AM WXYG The Goat, 7-8 pm CT Listen
St. Louis — June 27, 95 KSHE, 7-8 pm CT Listen
Tampa — July 5, 98.7 WPBB The Shark, 5-6 pm ET Listen

The Alliance looks forward to getting back out on the road with the Rolling Stones as soon as we can. Those who have already purchased tickets should hold onto their original tickets and await more information on when the tour will be rescheduled. The sweepstakes sponsored by the Alliance is also postponed until the tour can be rescheduled, but you can sign up below to be notified when we relaunch the sweepstakes.

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Alliance for Lifetime Income Dale “Opie” Skjerseth Unpredictable

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Rock ‘n’ roll is about living in the now. But it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t plan for the unexpected.
Spending 40 years in the rock ‘n’ roll business has taught the Stones’ production director Dale “Opie” Skjerseth to prepare for the unexpected. Here’s why he bought an annuity to cover basic expenses in retirement.