. BargainSeatsOnline.com will be offering tickets for the select markets of Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Anaheim, and Boston on April 15
Brookfield, WI (PRWEB) April 14, 2013
Fans have been very excited about the upcoming tour ever since they knew for certain that it was going to take place. The band performed successful concerts last year in New York, Newark and London, and it was only a matter of time before news would come out about a tour taking place in 2013. BargainSeatsOnline.com will be offering tickets for the select markets of Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Anaheim, and Boston on April 15, and fans need to be quick in acquiring good seats for these shows.
At the present time, the iconic rock band will perform 10 shows in the U.S. and 2 in Toronto, Ontario. The "50 and Counting Tour" begins in Los Angeles on May 2, and the group will continue to perform in Oakland on May 5, San Jose on May 8, Las Vegas on May 11, and Anaheim on May 15. On the 25th of May and the 6th of June, Canadian shows will be performed in Toronto. United Center in Chicago will host three performances on May 28 and 31 as well as June 3. Boston will be the next to the last stop on the tour with a June 12 show, and the band will finish their tour in Philadelphia on June 18.
It is very likely that the rock performers will decide to add more shows to the tour, and announcements to this effect may be coming out in the next few days and weeks. The band is celebrating 50 very successful and memorable years of rock music, and fans want to obtain Rolling Stones tickets for a concert that is commemorating the occasion. Besides the North American shows, the musicians will also travel to London for two performances at Hyde Park on July 6 and 13.
Rock music fans could not be happier about the upcoming tour, especially since there is a distinct possibility that more shows will be added to the itinerary. Tickets are likely to sell out for all performances, just as they did for last year's shows. This year will be exciting for the band and all devotees who have been patiently waiting for a celebratory tour.