Anaheim, CA (PRWEB) May 05, 2013
The Rolling Stones Concert Tour, called 50 And Counting, kicked off in Los Angeles Friday, representing the first of two shows scheduled for the Staples Center. Fans appreciated their chance to buy Rolling Stones tickets and critics counted themselves amongst the joyous attendees based on their positive reviews. The remaining Rolling Stones Los Angeles concert takes place Monday May 20.
Of special interest for southern California Rolling Stones fans, note the low concert ticket prices available in nearby Anaheim. For a little extra drive fan's rewards could total a savings of $50-$100 per seat or more. In fact, tickets to see the Rolling Stones live anywhere in North America costs less in Anaheim compared to any other venue. One of the cheapest places to buy these tickets would be the Tickets-Cheapest.com website where Anaheim Rolling Stones tickets can be purchased for as little as $112 for the May 15 show and the Saturday May 18 offering tickets at not very much more. Compare this to Rolling Stones Philadelphia tickets where the cheapest available ticket still costs $260 for June 18 show with similar ticket costs for the other Philadelphia tour date June 21.
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In addition to The Rolling Stones themselves including original members Mick Jagger, Keith Richards with long term Stones Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood fans might see a special guest appearance. Tour dates in late 2012 produced guest artists including Bruce Springsteen, Eric Clapton, Lady Gaga, The Black Keys, John Mayer, Mary J Blige, Florence Welch, Bill Wyman, Mick Taylor and Jeff Beck appearing on stage to play along with The Rolling Stones to the delight of the sold out arenas. True to form the Stones started the Los Angeles concert with surprise guest musicians Keith Urban who played guitar and sang backup for Respectable and Gwen Stefani who joined in singing Wild Horses. For Rolling Stones aficionados, former band member Mick Taylor stepped in to play guitar during Midnight Rambler.
Other Rolling Stones favorites played during the first of two Los Angeles Rolling Stones concerts included: Get Off Of My Cloud, The Last Time, It’s Only Rock ‘N’ Roll, Paint It Black, Gimme Shelter, Factory Girl, Emotional Rescue, Doom And Gloom, One More Shot, Honky Tonk Women, Before They Make Me Run, Happy, Miss You, Start Me Up, Tumbling Dice, Brown Sugar and Sympathy For The Devil. The Rolling Stones encores for the initial Los Angeles show included: You Can’t Always Get What You Want, Jumpin’ Jack Flash and (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction.
With the Rolling Stones Fifty And Counting Tour now well underway, the tour dates in each city will come and go quickly. Fans should buy tickets and plan to attend a concert before its too late, and Tickets-Cheapest.com stands as the right place to buy seats, just like the name says: Tickets Cheapest. Compare their concert ticket prices to any other online service and see for yourself.
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