Alliance for Lifetime Income, Rolling Stones Renew Partnership for 2020 Tour

Just as their first album

announced in 1964, the Rolling Stones are more than just a group – they’re a way of life. They embody living life on your own terms — living the life that you love — no matter your age.

And as we did in 2019, the Alliance for Lifetime Income is excited to partner with the Rolling Stones on this year’s 15-show “No Filter” tour in the U.S. and Canada. Touring with the Stones last year, we heard concertgoers repeatedly say they plan to continue living their best life. Like you, millions of Stones fans want the freedom to continue doing what they love. It’s that exciting optimism which has inspired this special partnership.

There’s no more important time for the Alliance to be on the road, meeting Americans in their hometowns and talking about the importance of protected lifetime income. With traditional pensions on the decline and Social Security potentially covering only 40 percent of your pre-retirement expenses, the 2020 tour is a great opportunity to learn more about how you can protect your income for life.

If you can protect your income and ensure your basic expenses are covered, you can chart your own course in your post-paycheck years. That’s what it means to “plan to live.” An annuity can help, generating protected lifetime income that helps pay those basic expenses so you can relax, enjoy your retirement and seize any opportunity.

Take this opportunity to meet the Rolling Stones and the Alliance for Lifetime Income on the road this summer.

Stones 2020 USA/CA No Filter Tour Sponsored by Alliance for Lifetime Income.
Tour Dates

Rolling Stones “No Filter” 2020 Tour

San Diego (May 8, SDCCU Stadium)

Vancouver (May 12, BC Place)

Minneapolis (May 16, US Bank Stadium)

Nashville (May 20, Nissan Stadium)

Austin (May 24, Circuit of the Americas)

Dallas (May 29, Cotton Bowl)

Buffalo (June 6, New Era Field)

Detroit (June 10, Ford Field)

Louisville (June 14, Cardinal Stadium)

Cleveland (June 19, FirstEnergy Stadium)

Pittsburgh (June 23, Heinz Field)

St. Louis (June 27, The Dome at America’s Center)

Charlotte (July 1, Bank of America Stadium)

Tampa (July 5, Raymond James Stadium)

Atlanta (July 9, Mercedes-Benz Stadium)