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Rolling Stones Add Barclays Date

10:01 AM Monday 11/12/12 | |

The Rolling Stones have added a third date on the East Coast. This time Mick Jagger & Co. are targeting Brooklyn’s new Barclays Center for what will be the band’s first U.S. date for “The Stones – 50 & Counting” celebration.

  • The Rolling Stones

    Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts outside London’s Marquee Club.
    July 12, 2012

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As the schedule stands right now, the newly announced Dec. 8 show at Barclays will be the Stones third show, following the Nov. 25 & 29 concerts at the O2 – London. The band plays the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J., Dec. 13 & 15.

The Dec. 15 show will be a pay-per-view. Distributed by WWE, the program will be called “One More Shot.”

When rumors began circulating about The Rolling Stones’ reunion plans in observance of the band’s 50th anniversary, the first reports claimed the U.S. shows would take place at the new Brooklyn arena owned in part by Jay-Z. Turns out the rumors were almost on target.

Tickets for The Rolling Stones at Barclays Center go on sale Nov. 19 at 10 a.m. EST. Visit RollingStones.com for more information.


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