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Here is what you need to know about the Rolling Stones concert in Vancouver

One of the most legendary bands is set to perform at BC Place tonight
The Rolling Stones will perform in Vancouver at BC Place on July 5 as part of their 2024 Hackney Diamonds Tour.

One of the most influential rock bands of all time is rolling into Vancouver.

The Rolling Stones will play a show at BC Place on Friday, July 5, performing a selection of their greatest hits and songs from their latest release, Hackney Diamonds (2023). 

The Stones last performed across the U.S. in 2021 for their No Filter tour, marking the first time the band had toured without drummer Charlie Watts since 1963. Watts, the self-effacing and unshakable Rolling Stones drummer who helped anchor one of rock’s greatest rhythm sections, died in August 2021. He was 80.

Mick Jagger will be just a couple of weeks shy of 81 when he hits the stage, while guitarist Keith Richards will be 80. Ronnie Wood remains the youngster of the surviving bandmates at 77.

The "Hackney Diamonds Tour" is, suitably, sponsored by the AARP, which is the American Association of Retired Persons. 

Find out everything to know about the upcoming concert in Vancouver.

Are there still tickets left for the concert?

Tickets are still available for the show with Ticketmaster. Prices start at $184 and go up to over $650.

BC Place has a seating map that shows pricing based on location in the arena. 

When does the concert start?

The concert kicks off at 8 p.m. 

Getting to the arena 

Fans are encouraged to walk, cycle, or take transit to BC Place at 777 Pacific Blvd instead of driving. 

Concert-goers can take Downtown Vancouver's #15 and #17 buses directly to the stadium. 

Fans can also access BC Place from the Stadium/Chinatown SkyTrain.

BC Place instructs visitors: "Upon exiting the SkyTrain, walk up the stairs to Beatty Street and turn left. Gate A, B, and H are approximately a five-minute walk up Beatty Street. Alternatively, upon exiting the SkyTrain head down the stairs to Expo Boulevard and the Stadium is a five-minute walk to the right."

Visit TransLink's TripPlanner for more information. 

Parking ranges from $10 to $30 for spots close to the stadium. There is limited accessible parking but there is a "dedicated accessible drop-off located at street level on Pacific Boulevard under Gate F for guests using mobility devices."

BC Place has an online parking map.

BC Place bag policies 

BC Place has strict bag allowances and guests will be required to participate in security screening that may include the use of a metal detector. Fans should arrive early to allow time for screening.

The standard bag policy allows "small purses or belt bags" up to 6.5” by 8.5" and clear bags up to 12” by 12” by 6." The stadium may make exceptions for diaper bags and medically necessary items (see second slide).

Guests should reach out to BC Place in advance to receive a medical exemption if they must bring a bag to the event.

Attendees with items that can't be checked in may store them for a check-in fee of $10. 

With files from the Associated Press and Lindsay William-Ross