ORLANDO, Fla. — The Rolling Stones made their way to Orlando on Monday for their 2024 tour, making a stop at Camping World Stadium. 

What You Need To Know

  • Camping World Stadium hosted the Rolling Stones for their 2024 tour on Monday

  • Officials say the concert created a $20 million economic boost for the city

  • Concert goers and tourist say seeing the band in Orlando for their only Florida stop is a legendary moment

Officials with the Camping World Stadium say the concert brought over 40,000 people to the area.

Part of the attendees was a couple from Germany who were seeing their fifth Rolling Stone concert.

“Yes, since I was a kid, I’m a fan. My parents are fans and I was growing up hearing rolling stones,” said Sophie Rosenkranz.

The couple is spending two weeks in the Orlando area to explore, but says when they found out the band’s performance coincided with their trip, they knew they had to be there.

“I’m most excited for Mick Jagger because he has such good spirits, and he’s always so fit,” said Rosenkranz. “It’s exciting to see him rock the stadium and run around.”

Allen Johnson, Chief Venues Officer of Orlando Venues, says the event has generated over $20 million for the local economy, which has been in the works for over several years.

Monday night’s show is the only Florida stop of the Rolling Stones tour, a legendary moment for those attending.

“It’s always a very good event and you go there and have an extremely good time,” said Rosenkranz.