The Stone Roses
Original Kings of 'Madchester', the almighty Stone Roses announce three huge shows for 2017 including a night at Wembley Stadium.
2017 Tour dates
Updated: 27 September 2016
Legendary Manchester brit-poppers the Stone Roses have announced three dates in 2017. The lads will visit the Odyssey Arena in Belfast on 13 June, London's Wembley Stadium on 17 and Hampton Park in Glasgow on 24. The announcement comes after Lemons - an image regularly associated with the band and their art work - appeared at Wembley Stadium earlier this week, leading fans to speculate about the tour.
Tickets go on sale at 09.30 on Friday (30 September).
The Stone Roses play five massive concerts at Manchester’s Etihad Stadium and Dublin’s Marlay Park during summer 2016, their first shows in three years.
Updated: 19 November 2015
The Stone Roses are heading to Ireland. After confirming four massive concerts at Manchester’s Etihad Stadium, the group have announced a concert at Dublin’s Marlay Park.
The celebrated band from Manchester will play Marlay Park on Saturday 9 July. The concert follows the band’s headline slot at T in the Park Festival, which will take place on Friday 8 July.
The Stone Roses’ summer concerts are the group’s first gigs in three years and follow their 2011 reunion. Don’t miss out on seeing the Madchester pioneers live this summer.
The Stones Roses fourth Manchester concert
Updated: 6 November 2015
Another date has been added to The Stone Roses Manchester residency.
The Madchester group will now perform on 15, 17, 18 and 19 June at Manchester’s Etihad Stadium, ahead of their headline slot at T in the Park Festival in Scotland during July.
Get ready for an unmissable show with The Stone Roses. The gigs are their first live dates in three years since the group reformed in 2011.
The Stone Roses third Manchester date
Updated: 6 November 2016
The Stone Roses will play a third concert at Manchester’s Etihad Stadium, following huge demand to see the iconic band.
The group’s additional concert, taking place on 19 June, forms the end of their now three-night residency in Manchester. The group are also set to play Etihad Stadium on 17 and 18 June.
Marking the first time the group have played together for three years, it’s sure to be an incredible atmosphere in the band’s hometown. After their Manchester gigs, The Stone Roses will headline Scotland’s T in the Park festival. Get ready for The Stone Roses!
The Stone Roses at Etihad Stadium, Manchester
Updated: 4 November 2015
The Stone Roses will play their first gigs in three years at Manchester’s Etihad Stadium!
Pioneers of the Madchester scene, The Stone Roses have confirmed two massive stadium shows in Manchester for 17 and 18 June 2016.
The shows will be the first time that the band has performed since 2013, which followed their reunion in 2011.
Get ready to hear the classics – such as I Wanna Be Adored, I Am the Resurrection, Fools Gold and She Bang The Drum – with your Stone Roses tickets.
About The Stone Roses
The Stone Roses formed in 1983 and released their first single in 1985. Their landmark debut, the eponymously titled The Stone Roses, saw the light of day in 1989.
Alongside bands such as James and The Inspiral Carpets, The Stone Roses were the poster boys of the then burgeoning Madchester scene. Their songs became anthems of a generation and the group is one of the most influential indie bands.
The follow-up to their debut album, Second Coming, was released in 1994, but the first cracks were quickly showing. First, drummer Reni left the band before frictions between Ian Brown and guitarist John Squire led to Squire’s walk-out in 1995. The band recruited Aziz Ibrahim on guitar but after a shambolic performance at 1996’s Reading Festival, the remaining band member decided to pull the plug.
John Squire formed a new band, the short-lived The Seahorses, Mani famously joined Primal Scream as a full time member on bass guitar and Ian Brown embarked on a successful solo career.
Speculations of a reunion have been making the rounds ever since the band broke up but it wasn’t until John Squire and Ian Brown finally met and talked for the first time in 16 years, that a Stone Roses comeback finally seemed possible. Finally after such a long period of time, The Stone Roses returned in 2011 with a number of huge gigs during 2012 and 2013.