What do you do when you're one of the most iconic rock bands of all time and you're "feeling restless"? Well, if you're the Rolling Stones, you start teasing a 2020 tour.
The British superstar band put a video up on their Instagram Monday morning featuring their famous lips logo being beamed across the land, with a train moving in the background, and speculation is high that a North American tour announcement is impending.
Those same signature lips have shown up at venues across North America — like on an ice sculpture in Minneapolis — including here in Vancouver.
With the words "Miss You," those bright red lips and tongue are on a billboard outside BC Place, and with "Emotional Rescue" — the name of the Stones' 1980 album — on Canada Place. Two other small billboards are up in downtown Vancouver as well.
The Rolling Stones last embarked on a world tour in 2017; their "No Filter" tour ran into 2019, but some dates had to be rescheduled due to Mick Jagger's heart surgery. Fair enough — Jagger is 76, after all. In fact, all of the Stones are in their 70s — Charlie Watts is 78, Keith Richards 76, and Ronnie Wood is 72.
Stay tunes for news of the Rolling Stones' likely Vancouver tour stop.