British rock legends The Rolling Stones are tipped to mark 60 years of the band with a new UK tour this summer.
According to reports, the band – who have been performing since the 1960s – will embark on a UK-wide tour, visiting venues that include Anfield stadium in Liverpool.
The Rolling Stones last played in Liverpool in 1971, meaning the potential Anfield date would be the first concert from the band in the city for more than 50 years.
The band could also make an appearance at British Summer Time festival, which is held at London’s Hyde Park and organised by promoter AEG Presents. BST will be held over two weekends at the end of June and early July.
It would be the first time The Rolling Stones have performed in the UK since drummer Charlie Watts died in August last year.
Remaining band members Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood performed the remaining dates of the No Filter Tour without Watts.
The tour had started in September 2017 and was due to run until early 2020, but the COVID-19 pandemic put a halt to the shows. The tour was continued at the end of 2021.