The greatest rock and roll band is hitting the road this summer starting next month
Brookfield, WI (PRWEB) April 07, 2013
Besides visiting Toronto, Canada, on May 25, the Rolling Stones will also make stops at eight U.S. cities that include Los Angeles, San Jose, Oakland, Las Vegas, Anaheim, Boston, Philadelphia, and Chicago. BargainSeatsOnline.com will have tickets available on April 8 for many of the upcoming concerts.
Even though nine cities have been confirmed, the addition of more concerts is very likely. The band is celebrating 50 years of making music, and a nine-city tour will not satisfy the demand for Rolling Stones tickets that is certain to take place. Fans across the country will be seeking seats for a live show, and large cities may even add multiple concerts to the tour schedule to keep up with the overwhelming popularity of the rock band.
There have been rumors circulating for some time regarding the likelihood of a "50 and Counting Tour," especially after the success that the band experienced following their London and New York concerts last year. Mick Jagger has stated that the band had such a good time performing those shows that they decided they wanted to do some more. Fans could not be happier about the news.
It is quite an accomplishment for a band to perform for 50 years and maintain a stellar reputation throughout that time. It definitely calls for a big celebration, and 2013 will be the year for it. With tickets likely to sell out for all of the upcoming performances, an expanded tour will create the opportunity for many more thrilled fans to experience their favorite group's classics in person. The tour is certain to be a hit in every city where the legendary English rock band will perform.
Former member Mick Taylor will make a special guest appearance for the duration of the tour, and enthusiastic fans are thrilled to obtain tickets for a live performance that is long overdue. There is no doubt in anyone's mind that shows will sell out completely, as the upcoming "50 and Counting Tour" will make music history. It is destined to be quite an event for the band and for all of the lucky concertgoers who will possess tickets for a performance.