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Rolling Stones bring 'Satisfaction' to Pittsburgh


Heinz Field was definitely the hotspot in Pittsburgh on Saturday as the Rolling Stones took over the home of the Steelers for their "Zip Code" Tour.

This was the third major concert at Heinz Field in the last month, with both Kenny Chesney and Taylor Swift drawing crowds of 55,000 plus previously.

The Rolling Stones continue their Zip Code Tour at Heinz Field.

And the Rolling Stones, with Mick Jagger and crew, had Heinz Field rocking.

"It had been an amazing concert season at Heinz Field already, and the iconic Rolling Stones sent it to a new level," said Jimmie Sacco, Executive Director of Stadium Management at Heinz Field. "We are thrilled to have had such great acts choose Heinz Field as one of their destinations, and they have put on incredible shows that the crowds have loved."

The Rolling Stones are making only 15 stops on their Zip Code Tour, and bringing a show to Heinz Field had a major economic impact on Pittsburgh and the surrounding area.

"These concerts really are a showcase for the entire city," said Sacco. "We appreciate the help of so many people around the City of Pittsburgh who assist in making shows like these possible. We are thrilled for the opportunity to continue showcasing Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania."

Before football season gets rolling, another concert will have Heinz Field buzzing when One Direction brings their On The Road Again 2015 concert to Pittsburgh on Aug. 2.

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