Opening Night | The Rolling Stones Kick Off Zip Code Tour

On Sunday The Rolling Stones kicked off the 15-city Zip Code Tour of North America at Petco Park in San Diego. While The Stones didn’t perform all of Sticky Fingers as they did in L.A. on Wednesday, they did play four songs off the LP and welcomed special guests as part of the tour opener.

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Guitarist Gary Clark Jr. opened the show with his own band and then returned during The Stones set to help out on “Bitch.” “Bitch” joined “Moonlight Mile,” “Brown Sugar” and “Can’t You Hear Me Knocking” as the four songs The Rolling Stones performed from Sticky Fingers. Keith Richards took the lead for a two-song segment towards the middle of the show consisting of “Slipping Away” and “Before They Make Me Run.” Once again the band is letting fans vote on a song they’ll play at each show and on Sunday “Street Fighting Man” was performed by fan request. Following an 18-song main set, The Rolling Stones led off the encore with “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” featuring members of the Bob Cole Conservatory Choir before ending the night with “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction.” The tour continues on Saturday in Columbus, Ohio.

The Rolling Stones have shared a montage from last night’s show:

Watch The Rolling Stones perform “Moonlight Mile” for just the second time this millennium as captured by jose luis luis:

Here’s fan-shot footage of Gary Clark Jr.’s sit-in on “Bitch” shot by prestoff2000: