Rolling Stones’ ‘On Fire’ Tour Set to Sizzle in Macau
Published on Jan 20, 2014
By Jim Algie
The world’s greatest and most enduring rock ‘n’ roll band are rolling into Macau for a one-night bandstand on March 9.
Now that Mick Jagger is a 70-year-old great grandfather many suspect that this tour may be one of the final curtain calls for the group. If that’s the case you can bet they want to go out on a high note.
The concert is pretty much sold out already, but DTC Travel in Thailand still has packages for sale until January 27. In fact, most of the shows for this seven-date “On Fire” tour through Asia and Australia are already sold out.
The Macau venue is small by stadium-rock standards – only 15,000 seat – and the high-rolling Vegas of the Far East makes a suitably decadent backdrop for the famously debauched band.
In concert, the Stones are crowd-pleasers. Drawing from a massive back catalogue of hits that contain many of the cornerstones of rock history, this has all the hallmarks of a show not to be missed or forgotten.
Besides the core members of Jagger on lead vocals, the rock-solid Charlie Watts on drums, the flamboyant Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood on dueling guitars, taking a star turn with the band will be former guitarist Mick Taylor, who played on some of the Stones’ most immortal albums, like Sticky Fingers and Exile on Main Street.
Book your package online (no solo tickets are available) from DTC Travel and get ready to roll dem Stones in Macau