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Rolling Stones tease Toronto return

Last Updated Feb 9, 2019 at 5:00 pm EST

The Rolling Stones' Mick Jagger (right), Keith Richards (centre), Charlie Watts (back) and Ronnie Wood perform during a concert in Toronto as part of the band's "50 & Counting Tour" on Saturday May 25, 2013. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Frank Gunn

Could the Rolling Stones be coming to Toronto? Fans are a buzz after the bands logo was spotted at various locations around Toronto.

Their logo with the date June, 29 2019 #Stonesnofilter was spotted in the Eaton Centre leading many to believe the group could be coming back to the city.

It’s not the only location that the Stones legendary logo has popped up at. Fans also spotted it at Union Station.

Similar signs have been put up ahead of announcing venue dates in the lead up to the announcement of their No Filter Tour. Currently there are no dates scheduled beyond June 21.

The last time the legendary British rockers played Toronto was in 2013 when the Scotiabank Arena was still called the Air Canada Centre.

As for a venue they would play at, it won’t be the Rogers Centre because the Blue Jays have a game that day but nothing is booked at this time at Scotiabank Arena for that date.

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