Music-lovers will soon be able to experience the magic of the Rolling Stones legendary 2016 Havana Moon concert like never before as it tours the country as an immersive concert screening.
The 11-night nationwide tour visits Watford Colosseum on Friday 18 October 2019 and finishes at the O2 Forum Kentish Town, London on Sunday 27 October. Tickets will go on general sale at 10am on Friday 14 June 2019. Prices start from £35 and are available to buy from www.rebel-vision.com.
This radical, new immersive concert screening concept will enable audiences to experience legendary and iconic gigs as if they were in the audience. In association with The Rolling Stones, Rebel Vision and Flying Entertainment present a truly unique and unforgettable immersive music experience from the world’s greatest rock and roll band.
Transporting the audience to the streets of Havana, Cuba, fans of the Rolling Stones will be brought closer to the iconic performance than ever before. Every sense will be stimulated during this immersive event.
Spectacular set design and production will deliver a kaleidoscope of colour. Electrifying light and supersize ultra HD video projection will bring the audience up-close and personal with The Stones on stage. State-of-the-art rock concert sound systems, that utilise the best audio technology available, will deliver a sonic, pulsating sound experience against a backdrop of Cuban culture.
Expect big riffs, electric licks and pure euphoria as The Rolling Stones stomp their way through a 116-minute setlist that samples 50 years of their glorious career. The dark and sinister ‘Paint it Black’ sounds sharper than a butcher’s blade, ‘Midnight Rambler’ grooves along to an almighty crescendo that chops back and forth as Richards and Wood lock horns with their guitars, while ‘Gimme Shelter’ bellows across the Latin night and feels as dangerous as it did upon its release in 1969.
Mick Jagger, said of the Havana Moon concert: ‘We were so happy to be playing Cuba in 2016. It was a wonderful experience for all of us. Sharing the stage with the ‘revolutionary’ Ronnie Wood, Charlie ‘Che’ Watts and ‘compadre’ Keith Richards was one very special night.’