The Rolling Stones Set To Release 1968 ‘Rock and Roll Circus’ Concert As Remastered Box Set

The Box Set Drops On June 7th

The Rolling Stones are set to release their 1968 “Rock and Roll Circus” concert through a remastered box set, which is set to drop on June 7th via Universal.

The original performance, which took place in December 1968, featured a killer lineup that included the WhoYoko OnoJethro Tull, and more. In fact, there was even a brief performance from an in the moment supergroup made up of John LennonKeith Richards, , and Eric Clapton.

The show also served as Brian Jones’ final live performance with the Rolling Stones, and it was filmed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg for a BBC special that never aired.

After being officially released in 1996, the album is getting reissued in a variety of formats. Rock and Roll Circus will be available as a film featuring commentary from Richards, Mick Jagger, and more; as a deluxe edition with a 3-LP soundtrack, a 48-page book featuring photos from Michael Randolf, an essay from David Dalton, and a DVD and Blu-ray version of the film; and a as 2-CD set.

Listen to the remastered version of “Parachute Woman” from the forthcoming album below.