Throwback: 50 Years Of Rolling Stones Concert Designs

In the ultimate Throwback Thursday style, and in honor of not only The Rolling Stones' upcoming Zip Code Tour, which is to embark May 24, but the 50th anniversary of the May 12, 1965 recording of "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction," which was released June 8, 1965, Live Design has assembled a collection of some of the band's concert tour designs from a 50+ year career. Many tours feature the design talents of lighting designer Patrick Woodroffe and the late set designer Mark Fisher of Stufish. Woodroffe and Stufish return for the Zip Code Tour

Spanning more than 50 years, this gallery includes images and information about the 2nd British Tour 1965, American Tour 1969, UK Tour 1971, European Tour 1973, Tour Of Europe '76,  European Tour 1982, Steel Wheels/Urban Jungle Tour, Licks Tour, A Bigger Bang Tour, 50 & Counting Tour, and On Fire Tour. Watch a video from the Steel Wheels Tour below.

Steel Wheels/Urban Jungle Tour

Licks Tour

A Bigger Bang Tour

On Fire Tour

Watch The Rolling Stones perform "Sympathy For The Devil" on their Steel Wheels/Urban Jungle Tour.

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