Rolling Stones begin No Filter tour - here's the setlist

Veteran rockers The Rolling Stones kicked off their No Filter tour (their first since 2006) last night with a performance in Croke Park, Dublin.

The band opened with 1968 classic, Sympathy for the Devil, and went on to play a hit-studded set, including famous tracks like Paint It Black, You Can't Always Get What You Want and Brown Sugar.

Rarities and old classics

Last night's performance also feature two covers - the song Just Your Fool (originally by Buddy Johnson and His Orchestra), and Jimmy Reed's Ride 'Em on Down.

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    Neighbours from 1981 album Tattoo You got its first live outing since 2003.

    Going out with a bang, as always, the Stones finished their Dublin performance with a final encore of the iconic tune (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction.

    The full setlist

    Sympathy for the DevilTumbling DicePaint It BlackJust Your Fool (Buddy Johnson and His Orchestra cover)Ride 'Em on Down (Jimmy Reed cover)Neighbours (first time since 2003)Wild Horses (by request)You Can't Always Get What You WantIt's Only Rock 'n' Roll (But I Like It)Honky Tonk Women (followed by band introductions)Before They Make Me Run (Keith Richards on lead vocals)The Worst (Keith Richards on lead vocals - first time since 2005)Miss YouMidnight RamblerStart Me UpJumpin' Jack FlashBrown Sugar


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    EncoreGimme Shelter(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction

    A memorable performance

    Old and young fans alike were blown away by the Stones' performance in Dublin.

    #RollingStones crowd tonight in Croke Park....


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    — Danielle Doran (@DanielleDoran) May 17, 2018

    The Rolling Stones were amazing tonight in Croke Park 🙌ðŸ»ðŸŽ¸ðŸ‘…

    — 98FM (@98FM) May 17, 2018

    My expectations were greatly exceeded last night - #Rollingstones rolled back the years at Croke Park. Incredible finale - how good did '˜Gimme Shelter' sound? #nofilter


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    — John Meagher (@johnmeaghermuso) May 18, 2018

    For a bunch of 70 something yr olds they know how to throw a party! Turned Croke Park upside down! #TheStones #NoFilter #RollingStones #Dublin

    — Shiv Kelly (@shivkelli) May 18, 2018

    Continuing their UK and European tour


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    The band will perform shows in England, Scotland and Wales during May and June, before embarking on a tour of wider Europe.

    Berlin, Prague and Warsaw are among the European cities where The Rolling Stones will play live in June and July.

    The group broke box office records after their 2017 European tour, bringing in around £8.3 million in ticket sales.

    Rolling Stones remaining 2018 UK tour dates


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    22 May: London, London Stadium5 June: Manchester, Old Trafford Stadium9 June: Edinburgh, Murrayfield Stadium15 June: Cardiff, Principality Stadium19 June: London, Twickenham Stadium

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