Rolling Stones Tickets – GRRR! – Stones Tour Announced

by on October 17, 2012 updated October 17, 2012

Keith Richards and Mick Jagger

The Rolling Stones will celebrate 50 years of liking Rock and Roll in London and Newark.

 

 

It’s time to take a break from sports and talk about concert tickets. The hottest news surrounding concert tickets right now is Rolling Stones tickets. Yes, the Rolling Stones are launching their latest tour and pretty much blowing everyone else away. Here’s the latest info:

The Rolling Stones will be playing just a few dates to begin with but more are expected. The Stones Concert Tour will begin in London at the O2 Arena on Nov. 25th and then again on Nov. 29th. Shortly thereafter the Stones will head to the United States and perform another duo of concerts at the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ on December 13th and 15th.

This Stones Concert Tour marks 50 years of performances by the Rolling Stones, one of the landmark musical acts in history. The Stones began grabbing headlines in the early 60’s with a persona in stark contrast to that of the clean cut Beatles. Fronted by Mick Jagger and the innovative guitar sounds of Keith Richards, the Rolling Stones have always been band that defied convention while rolling out hits that became the soundtrack for a generation and beyond.

 

 

A short list of Stones trademark tunes would include Gimme Shelter, Satisfaction, Paint it Black, Angie, Jumpin Jack Flash, Wild Horses, Some Girls, and too many more to list here. In addition, the Stones will be featuring songs from their new album GRRR!. If you’ve been paying attention you’ve already heard “Doom and Gloom” and “One More Shot.”

Tickets to this Stones Tour are going to be hard to come by as who knows when the Rolling Stones will hang up their strut and call it a day? If you’ve never seen the Rolling Stones or if you’ve seen every Stones Tour since the sixties doesn’t really matter. This is a can’t miss moment.

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