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Rolling Stones Dates!

09:01 AM Monday 10/15/12 | |

No more rumors, no more hints as The Rolling Stones officially announce their much talked about fall dates – revealing two in the U.S. and two in London. However, one of the venues might surprise you.

  • The Rolling Stones

    Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts and the rest of The Rolling Stones as they kick off their world tour.
    August 21, 2005

    (AP Photo)


We’re talking about the U.S. dates. During the past few months the rumor mill has pointed to the brand new Barclays Center in Brooklyn as hosting The Stones.

But you can forget about the house Jay-Z helped build. The band is headed for the Jersey side, picking two December nights in Newark at the Prudential Center, Dec. 13 & 15.

If you can’t wait for December to see Mick & The Boys during the band’s 50th anniversary, then make your plans for two nights in Jolly Ol’ England at the London O2 – Nov. 25 & 29.

The Rolling Stones announced the shows via video on the band’s website, teasing that they might have “a few friends” joining them.

The pre-sales for London are going on now with general onsales launching Oct. 19.  Tickets for the O2 shows range in price from £95 ($152.60) to £375 ($602.50) plus fees.

The presales for Newark begin Oct. 20 and general onsales start Oct. 26.  Ticket prices for Newark range from $95 to $750 plus fees.

Need more information? Visit RollingStones.com.


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