The Rolling Stones set to release 1968 ‘Rock and Roll Circus’ concert as remastered box set

The box set drops on June 7

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 Who, Yoko Ono, Jethro Tull, and more. In fact, there was even a brief performance from an in the moment supergroup made up of John Lennon, Keith 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.