Hit the Rolling Stones’ No Filter Tour Like A Rock Star

Looking forward to the Rolling Stones concert this May 29 at Dallas’ Cotton Bowl Stadium? Arrive in style with our door-to-door transportation services.  There are no parking delays, no traffic hassles, no designated driver, no wasted time.  Your celebrity drop-off will be right on time, no worries.

You’ll make the most of the evening with VIP treatment in a concert limo with dark windows and full amenities.  Or enjoy every minute with friends on a bus, traveling in style and comfort.  Either way, make the travel to and from as unforgettable experience as the No Filter Tour concert itself.  It’s possibly the last-ever chance to see the Stones.

From a party pick up to back home you’ll have an uninterrupted blast.  How about a tailgate party or night on the town afterward?  Book early and we’ll have a vehicle to match.

Choose Your Style, Choose Your Vehicle

Our fleet of top-quality vehicles is ready for everything from couples to groups of 30 or more.  How about a luxury sedan or SUV for an intimate evening? An executive Sprinter with leather reclining seats for you and 9 guests?  Or travel together with the whole gang in one of our exceptional minibusses.  Ranging in size from 27 to 39 passengers they feature super-comfortable seating and dark windows for privacy and class.  And they’re equipped LCD TV, DVD players, iPod and MP3 hook-ups, and a built-in cooler.  All in immaculate condition to make your Rolling Stones concert experience perfect.

You’ll also appreciate our truly professional chauffeurs and drivers making the evening a safe, discreet, private event.  Highly skilled and experienced in Cotton Bowl transportation services, they’ll anticipate traffic and other issues to give you a smooth right-on-schedule ride.

So, choose ECS Transportation Group.  In addition to concert limousine services for music events, we’re a full-service company with scheduling and dispatch specialists and a broad range of 24-hour services.  That includes airport and hotel services for out-of-towners.

Did You Know?

  • The Cotton Bowl Stadium first opened in 1930 on the site of the State Fair of Texas.
  • The May 29, 2020 concert is the Dallas stop on the third leg of the worldwide Rolling Stones No Filter Tour.  It all ends in Atlanta this July.