The Rolling Stones will tour Latin America for the first time in 10 years.
The group’s “The America Latina Olé” tour will kick off February 3 in Santiago, Chile.
The 12-date tour will include shows in Buenos Aires, Argentina; Rio De Janeiro; São Paulo; Lima, Peru; and Bogotá, Colombia, before wrapping in Mexico City on March 14.
“We love playing Latin America and are excited about going to some cities for the first time! The audiences are among some of the best in the world, they bring incredible energy!” frontman Mick Jagger said in a press statement.
Zip Code, the band’s North America tour, was an unqualified blockbuster and one of the biggest tours of the year, grossing some $109,714,026 at the box office from 628,733 tickets sold to 14 shows according to Billboard Boxscore.