Will it be the “Rock Till We Die” tour?

Rolling Stones tour announcement anticipated
The Rolling Stones are expected to announce plans for a new tour during a Tuesday (5/10) press conference that will originate from New York City’s famous Julliard School of Music.
Though the band hasn’t officially tipped its hand as to what Tuesday’s announcement will be, various news reports say that a live telecast and performance is planned.
Earlier this year, Boston officials approved plans for major concerts on Aug. 21 and 23, which are widely expected to be the shows that launch a Stones world tour predicted to run well into 2006. The Stones’ last outing was the 2002-2003 “Licks” world tour, which played to more than 3.4 million fans and grossed nearly $300 million, according to Amusement Business.
The outing will include a stop at the New Charlotte Arena in North Carolina, home to the NBA’s Bobcats, the Charlotte Observer reported. That show reportedly will take place prior to U2’s Dec. 12 concert at the same venue.
CBC news reported this week that the Stones are planning an early September outdoor show in Moncton, New Brunswick. Promoters are quoted as predicting that the show, at the 60,000-capacity Magnetic Hill concert site, will be the largest concert ever held in Atlantic Canada.
Charlottesville, VA’s Scott Stadium is also expected to host a show, according to local news reports.
Earlier this year, producer Don Was told liveDaily that he was working with the Stones on a new album that is expected to hit stores later this year. Meanwhile, Virgin Records recently issued re-issued versions of two best-of albums from the Stones, “Sucking in the Seventies” and “Made in the Shade.”