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The Rolling Stones have been rocking sold-out crowds for more than four decades with hit tunes “Jumpin' Jack Flash,” “Let's Spend the Night Together,” and “Satisfaction.” The British masters are back with their 50th anniversary tour "50 & Counting!" Don't miss your chance to see the Rolling Stones LIVE! Buy your Rolling Stones concert tickets now! Check out Stones concert ticket availability and Rolling Stones tour dates below:
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[5 of 17 customers found this review helpful]

Rolling Stones Rock Wichita
By StarQz from Tulsa, Oklahoma on 7/26/2007
Pros:
Crowd Was In To It, Engaging Stage Presence, Great Encores, Great Lighting, Great Sound, I got the RS's attention, Perfect Set List
Cons:
Too Short
Best For:
Best esp 4 TRUE fans, Everyone, Weather was GREAT

saw the Rolling Stones for the 1st time ever in Wichita on 9/1/06. I paid for 5th row tickets, but I sat in the 1st row, right near the ramp where Mick Jagger stood most of the time. Mick noticed me early on in the show; he kept looking down and smiling at me from the very beginning. When the band played Tumbling Dice, I had a GGW moment, and the next thing I know, I am flashing my [...]! Mick's response was to stare at me at first, and then he lifted up the side of his own shirt and showed me his man-[...]! Seriously! He paid attention to me throughout the show, he even ran over to my side of the stage at the beginning of Satisfaction and looked directly at me while he sang it. At the end when the Stones were waving their final good-byes, I caught Micks eye, blew him a kiss, and I waved bye to him. Mick waved back at me, and while making direct eye contact with me, he said Bye back! I was that close to him! It was the best concert I have EVER been to before, and I can't wait til I have another chance to see them!

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[1 of 3 customers found this review helpful]

The old @#$%&*% can still play
By Gonzo from L.A. on 11/30/2006
Pros:
AMAZING stage audio SFX
Cons:
Wish Raitt played longer
Best For:
Any fan of rock

I thought I'd seen enough of the Stones -- but my wife dragged me along. Glad I didn't miss it. What the Stones have lost in energy, they more than make up for with the most impressive production on the planet. It started with a stage structure that was taller than the scoreboards at Dodger Stadium, and got better from there. It may seem like it, but the Stones won't be around forever. See 'em when you can.

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[4 of 6 customers found this review helpful]

Rolling Stones experience
By Mad Man from Long Beach, CA on 11/25/2006
Pros:
Incredible musicians
Cons:
Getting in was hard
Best For:
Everyone

Well i first had a problem with getting in to park, because the price to park was $20.00. I only had $15.00 on me and they would not take credit cards or checks. But it worked out great because i found a parking space in front of the police accadamy. I made it there just in time for the Rolling Stones. The concert was amazing. No wonder they are called the greatest rock and roll band in the world. [...] I can't beleave they still sound so good and have been doing this for a long time. I'm sad for Mick Jagger when i found out he lost his dad. We love you Mick and i know what it's like to lose your dad. I have been a fan for a long time and it is amazing that Mick can still perform under such presure. And also Keith Richerds guitar playing was ausome to. I also seen them at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas and was a little closer then doger stadium. It was great when they closed the show with the song (Brown Suger). The whole crowed was in to it and it seem no one could get enough of the show. I hope they come back next year. Thank's Tyler Prosser

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Stones Rock (& Roll)
By Topper from Santa Monica CA on 11/24/2006
Pros:
Crowd Was In To It, Engaging Stage Presence, Great Encores, Great Lighting, Perfect Set List
Cons:
Poor Sound Quality
Best For:
Everyone

Seats pretty good. Traffic was HORRIFIC; an hour to get in and out.

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Rolling Stones Concert Tickets

Over the last 50 years, few bands have had as great an influence on rock music as the Rolling Stones. Led by frontman Mick Jagger and guitarist Keith Richards, the band has been cultural icons for decades, and despite their half-century in the public eye, they show no signs of slowing and Rolling Stone tickets remain as popular as ever.

Formed in 1962, the Stones quickly rose through the ranks of English rock bands, and it wasn't long before they had left their mark on the rock scene on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean. In 1965, they released "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction," which established them as an international success and went on to be considered one of the best rock songs in history. While the Stones can be referred to as a rock and roll band, that is only one facet of their personality. In their infancy the band covered early rock tunes, but their talent and want for musical experimentation ushered them towards rhythm and blues.

In the years after their breakthrough, the Stones continued to release classic albums one after another. Records such as Sticky Fingers, Let it Bleed and Exile on Main Street all have places in rock history, and with timeless tunes such as "Gimme Shelter," "Loving Cup" and "Brown Sugar," it's easy to see why.

In the years since their rise to fame, the Stones have never been too far from the public eye. Being larger than life has its highpoints and its drawbacks. It is no secret that the members of the Stones, Mick Jagger, Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood, have all reveled in the sex, drugs and rock and roll lifestyle that goes hand in hand with the legendary status that these boys hold. Despite their decades on the road, Jagger, Richards and the rest still put on a show like people half their age.