Thursday | July 22, 2021

Minneapolis Earlier today, The Rolling Stones announced their No Filter Tour will play U.S. Bank Stadium on Sunday, October 24, 2021. With this date announcement, all five concerts from the 2020 season are now rescheduled to play in 2021 and 2022 at U.S. Bank Stadium. Upcoming stadium concerts include:


  • The Rolling Stones – No Filter Tour, October 24, 2021
  • George Strait with Chris Stapleton and Little Big Town, November 13, 2021
  • Kenny Chesney – Here and Now 2022 Stadium Tour, August 6, 2022
  • Def Leppard + Mötley Crüe – The Stadium Tour, August 14, 2022
  • Rammstein, August 27, 2022


In the coming year, U.S. Bank Stadium will also welcome back special events of all kinds including galas, corporate meetings and receptions, holiday parties, private celebrations, charity events, graduations, and proms.


“There’s no better way to celebrate the fifth anniversary of U.S. Bank Stadium than getting back to what we love to do,” said John Drum, General Manager for ASM Global at U.S. Bank Stadium. “It’s time to welcome back our guests and team members to enjoy great events and opportunities to create memorable experiences with one another.”


U.S. Bank Stadium celebrates its fifth anniversary of the public opening of the venue on July 22, 2016. In the first five years of operation, the stadium welcomed 5.7 million visitors at a total of 1,398 events. In addition to being the home of the Minnesota Vikings and successfully hosting some of the world’s largest events, U.S. Bank Stadium has offered a world-class experience for collegiate, high school, and youth sporting events. U.S. Bank Stadium has also spurred economic activity by hosting corporate events and private celebrations, and by bringing international touring concerts and sporting events, family shows, and major religious conferences to the region.


“U.S. Bank Stadium has lived its intended purpose of providing a state-of-the-art, multi-use facility for all Minnesotans,” said Michael Vekich, Chair of the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority. “The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority will continue to provide an excellent venue to host dynamic, national and international events that drive local and state economic activity and provide many opportunities for our community to work and play.”


Over the course of the stadium’s history, the venue became the first professional sports stadium to earn LEED Platinum Certification for operations and maintenance, earned SAFETY Act Designation by the United States Department of Homeland Security, and was awarded the 2019 Venue Excellence Award by the International Association of Venue Managers.