The Rolling Stones came to Petco Park Sunday, May 24. The San Diego concert was the first stop of the Rolling Stones 15-city US tour. Here is the complete setlist from the spectacular show.
Rolling Stones San Diego Setlist
Jumpin’ Jack Flash
It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll (But I Like It)
All Down the Line
Doom and Gloom
Can’t You Hear Me Knocking
Street Fighting Man
Honky Tonk Women
Before They Make Me Run
Start Me Up
Sympathy for the Devil
You Can’t Always Get What You Want
(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction Concerts at Petco Park are a rare and fantastic event. Here’s everything you need to know to survive the night.
Important Concert InformationEntry rules are similar to a Padres Baseball Game.
Gates open at 6:00pm.
You will need to successfully pass through a metal detector.
No cameras, recording equipment, tripods or GoPros are allowed.
Yes you can bring your phone for selfies and Facebook checkins.
Re-entry is not permitted for this event.
Parking & TransportationHere is everything you need to know about parking at Petco Park. We strongly recommend you reserve a spot in advance.
Please, especially if you are drinking, please take public transportation. The only thing crazier than trying to park downtown is driving drunk. There is also special Coaster service the night of the concert.
Set ListExpect a lot from Sticky Fingers, including gems like Brown Sugar, Wild Horses, Can’t You Hear Me Knocking, and Dead Flowers
Opening ActGary Clark Jr. has been named the opener for the opening show of the tour. What a honor! The Grammy winner is expected to hit the stage at 8:00pm. You may know Gary from but if you don’t, imagine Jimi Hendrix + Stevie Ray Vaughan with a dash of contemporary R&B. You may recognize the songs “Bright Lights” and “Don’t Owe You A Thing”.
Food optionsHere are restaurants near Petco Park.
Zip Code Tour DatesMay 24, San Diego, Petco Park
May 30, Columbus, Ohio Stadium
June 3, Minneapolis, TCF Bank Stadium
June 6, Dallas, AT&T Stadium
June 9, Atlanta, Bobby Dodd Stadium
June 12, Orlando, Orlando Bowl
June 17, Nashville, LP Field
June 20, Pittsburgh, Heinz Field
June 23, Mikwaukee, Summerfest
June 27, Kansas City, Arrowhead Stadium
July 1, Raleigh, Carter-Finley Stadium
July 4, Indianapolis, Speedway
July 8, Detroit, Comercia Park
July 11, Buffalo, Ralph Wilson Stadium
July 15, Quebec, Le Festival D’Ete De Quebec
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