The Rolling Stones Had Announced Their Concert
The Rolling Stones announced four concerts in London and New York later this year. The band will play at the 02 Arena, London, on 25 and 29 November and at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, on 13 and 15 December.
Rumors spread in recent years of Rolling Stone said that this time the concert is a celebration of their 50 years.
Concert tickets in London are to go on sale on Friday, while tickets sold in New Jersey. Pre-sale tickets for concerts in the UK can be obtained at a price range of £ 106-406.
Rolling Stones made an announcement on the website YouTube, saying, “You would have guessed this would happen, Surely you do not think that we would do that? We will soon return to the stage play in two towns out of rock and roll.” The Rolling Stones front man Mick Jagger will also announce a special guest in their appearance later, stated that maybe later have some friends who will come.
This news came when they brought out a new single, “Doom and Gloom”. This song was made quickly, and the band members seem to like it. The recording process is also fast. They recorded two songs, one titled ‘One More Shot’. This aging front man also gave instructions that four concert dates they are beginning to do the next concerts.
Regarding the announcement, when asked how far the band will be performing, Jagger replied that It will be a long tour, that’s for sure. Last world concert The Rolling Stones “A Bigger Bang”, watched by 4.5 million people in 32 cities over the past two years and ended up in London in 2007. With ticket sales reached 558 million U.S. dollars, the concert was a record until broken by the most profitable U2 concert entitled “360″ in the past year.
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