Although there has been no official announcement, a pair of large red lips and tongue have been seen around Vancouver and it may just indicate the Rolling Stones are planning a show.
The city has seen the rock band’s logo plastered in different neighbourhoods, paired with names of the band’s singles.
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By the Yaletown Canada Line Station, a board posting the Stones’ logo is paired with several single titles, like Miss You, Just a Kiss Away and Let’s Spend the Night Together.
Meanwhile, Get What You Need was seen on an electronic billboard at Canada Place.
And BC Place was graced with the logo and the words, “Miss You.”
The Rolling Stones also posted their logo on Instagram Monday, with the phrase “Feeling Restless.”
It all raises speculation that the band is gearing up to announce a North American tour.
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But Vancouver isn’t the only lucky city, as the signs have been seen in cities across the U.S. That includes cities in New York, North Carolina and Pennsylvania among others.
— Jim Connolly (@connollyjamesp) February 3, 2020
👀👅ARE THE ROLLING STONES RETURNING TO CHARLOTTE?!#RollingStones
— Will Kunkel (@WillKunkelFOX46) February 3, 2020
Driving across the 40th Street Bridge … Rolling Stones? Pittsburgh? Soon? pic.twitter.com/mNXjcO8NHu
— JoAnne Harrop (@JHarrop_Trib) February 3, 2020
Rolling Stones ice sculpture outside the IDS Center in downtown Minneapolis this morning. pic.twitter.com/bmqAaqUcBF
— Facts_Kill_Rhetoric (@facts_kill) February 3, 2020
No other details have yet been announced, but be sure to keep your eyes peeled!
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