What You Need to Know About The Rolling Stones Coming to Buffalo
The Rolling Stones will grace Buffalo, NY, for the first time since 1997 and will be the first concert at the Buffalo Bills home in 14 years.
Dave Matthews played Rich Stadium back in 2001.
Here is everything you need to know in detail from parking, cameras, opening acts and even beer prices + much more. (And did we mention that the Rolling Stones ARE ALREADY IN TOWN! Find out where they've been spotted already here!)
And yes, Tickets to see the Rolling Stones are still available.
July 11, 2015
Ralph Wilson Stadium
Doors will open at 7 PM
St. Paul + The Broken Bones
Expect The Stones to play 2 hours and 15 minutes and reach into their catalog off albums from Some Girls to Sticky Fingers. After all, the re-release of Sticky Fingers is happening this year.
No professional cameras will be allowed or iPads.
Be sure to get their early. Act as though This is a Buffalo Bills game. You're going to need plenty of time to wait in line, actually park and then get inside to the venue. Parking will be like the Bills game.