10th January - 14th: A Bigger Bang-American-tour (2nd leg)

10th: Centre Bell/Molson Centre, Montreal, Canada
13th: TD Banknorth Garden/Fleet Center, Boston, Massachusetts
15th: TD Banknorth Garden/Fleet Center, Boston, Massachusetts
18th: Madison Square Garden, New York City, New York
20th: Madison Square Garden, New York City, New York
23rd: United Center, Chicago, Illinois
25th: United Center, Chicago, Illinois
27th: Savvis Center, St. Louis, Missouri
29th: Qwest Center, Omaha, Nebraska


1st: Mariner Arena, Baltimore, Maryland

5th: "Super Bowl XL", Detroit, Michigan, Ford Field
8th: Philips Arena, Atlanta, Georgia
11th: Coliseo de Puerto Rico José Miguel Agrelot San Juan, Puerto Rico

18th: The Stones perform to the biggest crowd in the career, 1.3 million, at the Praia de Copacabana in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
20th: Mick Jagger visits his son Lucas in Sao Paulo, Brazil, born 18th May 99.

21st: River Plate Stadium, Buenos Aires, Argentina
23rd: River Plate Stadium, Buenos Aires, Argentina
26th: Foro Sol Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, Mexico City, Mexico

1st: Estadio Universitario, Monterrey, Mexico
4th: MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada
6th: The Forum, Los Angeles, California
9th: ALLTEL Arena,  Little Rock, Arkansas
12th: Bank Atlantic Center, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
14th: Radio City Music Hall, New York City, New York

16th: The Stones fly in to Japan

22nd March - 18th: A Bigger Bang-Australasian Tour.

22nd: Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan
24th: Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan
29th: Sapporo Dome, Sapporo, Japan

2nd: SuperArena, Saitama, Japan
5th: Nagoya Dome, Nagoya, Japan

8th: Grand Stage Theater, Shanghai, China

11th: Telstra Stadium, Sydney, Australia

13th: Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, Australia

16th: Western Springs Speedway, Auckland, New Zealand

18th: The Stones end the Pacific tour at Westpac Stadium, Wellington, New Zealand.

19th: As Mick Jagger and Charlie Watts return home to Europe, Keith Richards and Ron Wood head for a holiday in Fiji.

29th: Keith Richards hurt when falling from tree in Fiji, and has been taken to hospital in New Zealand, suffering a "mild concussion".

8th: The European tour start postponed until June, following Keith having an operation in New Zealand.
9th: Keith's wife and two daughters carrying guitars into the Auckland hospital.
11th: Keith was discharged from the Ascot Hospital in New Zealand. He will be an outpatient for some time, returning for observations, and he stay in a time.
22nd: Keith Richards is back in America

2nd: Charlie Watts celebrates his 65th birthday

18th: Ronnie Wood checked into for a one week, in a rehabilitation center in London, England

 1st: Mick Jagger and his son catches an England vs. Portugal World Cup football  match in Gelsenkirchen, Germany

7th: CD-single release of Biggest Mistake
                                      Dance - Olympia 11.7.2003
                                      Before They Make Me Run - Olympia 11.7.2003

9th-10th: Tour-rehearsals at Giuseppe Meazza stadium Milan, Italy.

A Bigger Bang-European Tour 11th July - 3rd September:

11th: Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, Milan, Italy
14th: Ernst-Happel-Stadion, Vienna, Austria
16th: Olympiastadion, Munich, Germany
19th: AWD-Arena, Hannover, Germany
21st: Olympiastadion, Berlin, Germany
23rd: Rhein-Energie-Stadion, Cologne, Germany
28th: Stade De France, Paris, France
31st: Arena, Amsterdam, Holland


3rd: Gottlieb-Daimler-Stadion, Stuttgart, Germany
5th: Militärflugplatz, Duebendorf, Switzerland
8th: Stade Charles Ehrmann - Palais Nikaia, Nice, France
12th: Estadio Do Dragao, Porto, Portugal

14th: The Stones cancel the concert in Valladolid, and El Ejido  Spain, because Mick Jagger has laryngitis, so the Stones play not in Spain on this European tour.

20th: Rugby Ground, Twickenham, England
22nd: Rugby Ground, Twickenham, England
25th: Hampden Park, Glasgow, Scotland
27th: Don Valley Stadium, Sheffield, England
29th: Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, Wales

31st: The Stones fly into Norway from England

1st: Koengen, Bergen, Norway

3rd: The Rolling Stones performed their final Bigger Bang show in Europe this year in front of a record crowd of 85,000 people in Forum, Horsens, Denmark - the biggest paying crowd of the tour. Picture

11th - 15th: KR films his part for Pirates Of The Carribean," At World's End", in Palmdale, California.


A Bigger Bang-American-tour (3rd leg)

20th September - 22nd November

20th: Thirteen months after the start of the world tour, the Rolling Stones are back at its start, Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, Massachusetts

23rd: Halifax Commons, Halifax, Canada
27th: Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
29th: Churchill Downs, Louisville, Kentucky

1st: Cessna Stadium, Wichita, Kansas
4th: Grizzly Stadium, Missoula, Montana
6th: Mosaic Stadium, Regina, Canada
8th: Mosaic Stadium, Regina, Canada
11th: Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois
17th: Qwest Field, Seattle, Washington
20th: Sun Bowl, El Paso,Texas
22nd: Zilker Park, Austin,Texas

24th: Bill Wyman celebrates his birthday, he turn 70.
27th: The concert in Atlantic City is postponed because of Mick getting laryngitis again.

29th: Beacon Theater, New York City



1st: Beacon Theater, New York City

3rd: Ron Wood's older brother Art, dies of cancer at age 69 in England.
6th: McAfee Coliseum, Oakland, California

8th: Cardinals Stadium, Glendale, Arizona

10th: Mick Jagger flies back to England to visit his father after a fall, has fallen ill .
11th: Mick Jagger's father, Joe Jagger, dies at age 93

11th: MGM Grand Garden, Las Vegas, Nevada
14th: Idaho Stadium, Nampa, Idaho
17th: Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, New Jersey
22nd: Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles, California
25th: B.C. Place, Vancouver, Canada

28th: Mick Jagger, attends the funeral for his father in England along with his family, including ex-wives and all his children, also Charlie and Ron attend.

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