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Rolling Stones dropping concert hints on billboards around Pittsburgh

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Billboards going up around Pittsburgh seem to confirm the Rolling Stones are returning to Pittsburgh this summer.

On Monday, at least 10 digital billboards with lyrics from Stones songs and the tongue-and-lips logo popped up around town.

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JOANNE KLIMOVICH HARROP | TRIBUNE-REVIEW
A Rolling Stones billboard at the Homestead Grays Bridge.

A fan website It’s Only Rock’n Roll says North American tour dates are expected to be announced this week. The cities rumored to be on the list include Pittsburgh.

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JOANNE KLIMOVICH HARROP | TRIBUNE-REVIEW
A hint that the Rolling Stones are coming to Pittsburgh this summer. A billboard with the Rolling Stones logo Monday on Route 28, near the 40th Street Bridge, in Pittsburgh.
Nick Sero, corporate communications manager for Heinz Field on Pittsburgh’s North Shore, declined comment. However, Heinz Field got in on the fun Monday by placing the Rolling Stones logo on its scoreboard. It could be seen from outside the stadium.

If the rumors are true, the Stones would be making their first stop in Pittsburgh in five years.

JoAnne Klimovich Harrop is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact JoAnne at 724-853-5062, jharrop@tribweb.com or via Twitter .

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