TicketProcess is excited about the upcoming performances and proud to announce to their constantly-growing fan base that they will be offering Rolling Stones concert tickets to each of the four dates.
(PRWEB) October 16, 2012
The Rolling Stones are widely regarded as the single greatest rock band in the history of music, and the legends have decided to commemorate the 50th year anniversary of their very first live performance with four live shows in the final days of November and mid-December. TicketProcess.com is excited about the upcoming performances and proud to announce to their constantly-growing fan base that they will be offering Rolling Stones concert tickets to each of the four dates, which are certainly going to be sold out far in advance of the show dates.
The Rolling Stones have broken apart and come together a number of times throughout their illustrious and massive musical careers, and they have not performed together for quite some time. All of the current members of the band have remained active and have kept their musical talents sharp. A lucky stroke of timing has allowed the epic band to reunite for these four shows, and fans on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean will have a chance to see the Rolling Stones 50th Anniversary Tour live and in person.
The first two shows will take place at the o2 Arena in London on the evenings of November 25th and November 29th, and Londoners of all ages are sure to come out and pack the facility for what could conceivably be the very last time that the group performs on such a grand stage. Front man Mick Jagger has taken excellent care of himself and is clearly still able to sing and perform at a top-notch level, but complications with the other member's commitments and engagements make tours like this far and far between.
North American fans should prepare themselves to procure Rolling Stones tickets to shows on December 15th and 19th, both of which will take place at the Prudential Center in Newark. The massive entertainment venue has played host to the best touring acts in the music business for years, and it will certainly be ready to host two of the most memorable shows in Newark history. The city is within a short drive of millions of Rolling Stones fans, so tickets are expected to go fast. Anyone that is remotely interested in getting their hands on Rolling Stones tickets to shows that may be some of the band's final North American performances ever should see what is going on at TicketProcess. The popular site can easily be accessed online calling toll free or by using an iPhone or the Android Marketplace.