The "50 and Counting Tour" has now been announced
Brookfield, WI (PRWEB) April 06, 2013
(April 6, 2013) - The "50 and Counting Tour" has now been announced. Nine cities are confirmed for concert performances. The tour is celebrating 50 exciting years of great rock music, and there is not a diehard fan of the legendary rock band who will not want to obtain tickets for an upcoming show. BargainSeatsOnline.com is ready for a high demand by enthusiastic fans on April 8 when initial sales to the public begin.
The rock band performed several very successful concerts in London, New York and New Jersey last year, and the rumors were circulating that the group's 50th anniversary would call for a larger celebration. Nine cities have been put on the tour schedule that include Los Angeles, Oakland, San Jose, Las Vegas, Anaheim, Toronto, Chicago, Boston, and Philadelphia. The shows will begin in early May and wrap up on June 18.
Since such a high demand for Rolling Stones tickets is expected, it is very likely that the tour will be extended to include more shows in other cities, with some locations holding multiple events. The group's last tour ended in 2007, so there has been a lapse of time since live tour performances occurred. What this adds up to is an expected demand for tickets that may well necessitate the addition of more shows in order to fulfill fans' wishes. The members of the band wanted to see how well last year's shows would do before they decided to perform more, and now they know that devotees are anxious for a tour.
There is also the possibility that the gang of talented musicians may have a few surprises in store for their fans. Besides the likelihood of an expanded tour, there could also be a few special guests making appearances during the event, although nothing official has been stated yet at this time. The band intends to put on stellar performances that will ensure their fans cannot help but feel it was well worth the wait.
"50 and Counting" will be one of the most significant tours in 2013, commemorating a very special event. It also happens to be the first tour by the group in over five years. Fans will want to be there.