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Keep an eye out for Rolling Stones tickets! Mick Jagger was being coy for a while about whether or not the Rolling Stones tour dates for their reunion would happen, but these old fame hounds weren't able to resist! Check back for Rolling Stones concert tickets and updates to the Rolling Stones schedule!


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The Rolling StonesSaturday, October 25, 2014 at 8:30 PM

Adelaide Oval
North Adelaide, South Australia

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The Rolling StonesWednesday, October 29, 2014 at 8:00 PM

Perth Arena
Perth, Western Australia

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The Rolling StonesSaturday, November 1, 2014 at 8:00 PM

Perth Arena
Perth, Western Australia

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The Rolling StonesWednesday, November 5, 2014 at 8:00 PM

Rod Laver Arena
Melbourne, Victoria

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The Rolling StonesWednesday, November 12, 2014 at 8:00 PM

Allphones Arena
Sydney, New South Wales

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The Rolling StonesSaturday, November 15, 2014 at 2:00 PM

Hope Estate
Pokolbin, New South Wales

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The Rolling StonesSaturday, November 22, 2014 at 7:00 PM

Mount Smart Stadium
Auckland, Auckland

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The Rolling Stones Concert Tickets

Rolling Stones Tickets | Rolling Stones Tour Dates

They aren't called the world’s greatest rock n roll band for nothing. Defining a new era of music, The Rolling Stones are one of the most prolific icons in the history of rock. Initially promoted as the bad boys of the British Invasion of the 60's, The Rolling Stones brought taboo subjects to the forefront, lifting the sugar-coated blanket from rock n roll. From the death of one of the founding members, Brian Jones, to battles with drugs and the law, The Rolling Stones have survived as living legends. Now they have a solid 50 years of touring under their belt!

If the next Rolling Stones tour dates go ahead as planned, Rolling Stones tickets are going to be selling like hot cakes once more! The self-proclaimed Greatest Rock 'n' Roll Band in the World hit the road with a combined age of 268, but they're as young at heart today as they ever were. Check out the Rolling Stones schedule for updates and don't miss out on seeing the lads for what might well be the last time. Drummer Charlie Watts celebrated his 70th birthday this year. What better way to celebrate than to play a staidum? Stadiums mean lots of Rolling Stones tickets plus a sensational show from one of the world's most famous outfits. What would you give to be right there when Mick Jagger and Keith Richards take the stage, when Charlie Watts is pounding the skins and Ronnie Wood is strutting around like a plume-headed bird covered in glitz? Pick up Stones tour tickets when they go on sale and feel the anticipation as the Stones concert date approaches. A Rolling Stone tour only comes around once every blue moon. The Stones have sold over 200 million albums since their formation in 1962, and they'll be playing tunes from most of them on their next tour. Expect to hear golden greats, like "Satisfaction", "Waiting on a Friend", "Start Me Up" and "It's All Over Now". The Rolling Stones schedule will be loaded and ready to rock, so be a true Stones fan and be there in the flesh to see the action!

Jagger, Jones, Richards, bassist Dick Taylor and Mick Avery played their first Rolling Stones concert in the early 60s. Increased local popularity soon landed the Rolling Stones, now featuring Charlie Watts on drums, an eight month gig at the Crawdaddy Club. Around that time, a clean-cut Beatles was dazzling the world over and The Stones would benefit from the stark contrast. Promoted as the anti-Beatles, The Stones released their first single "Come On" reaching number 21 on the British Charts, a year later the first Rolling Stones tour would prove a successful one.

Covers of Beatles and Buddy Holly songs would make the Rolling Stones a pop bombshell in Britain by 1964, getting increased media coverage from intoxication bouts captured by the paparazzi. Their first self-titled, studio LP would be released in 1964, climbing the UK charts to the number one spot and sparking the interest of US rock fans; a Rolling Stones tour in the US would soon follow. The band caused a stir in America- people who didn't have the Rolling Stones tickets in Chicago began rioting at a Rolling Stones press conference.

After the US Rolling Stones tour, Jagger and Richards began penning and composing their own songs, making up the majority of the Rolling Stones Discography. Rolling Stones tickets were increasingly hard to get over the next few years as hits like "Satisfaction," "Paint It Black" and "Ruby Tuesday" soared the charts to the number one spot. Rousing more attention in 1967, The Stones once again tested the boundaries of the times, performing a Rolling Stones concert on the Ed Sullivan show and singing the lyrics to the censored "Let's Spend the Night Together." A few months later both Jagger and Richards would be arrested on drug-possession charges, fans feared that The Stones tickets sales would be on hold for a time. And indeed they were- both Richards and Jagger virtually vanished from public view for nearly a year.

The release of "Jumping Jack Flash" would become The Rolling Stones last release under the original lineup. With Increased erratic behavior and drug use, Jones was incapable of performing at The Stones concerts and he was soon asked to leave the band. Jones was replaced by John Mayall guitarist Mick Taylor. Jones died soon after in a swimming pool accident many suspected involved foul play. The Stones honored Jones at a Rolling Stones concert in Hyde Park releasing thousands of butterflies during the show.

After returning from the filming of the movie Ned Kelly in 1969, Jagger returned to The Rolling Stones and The Rolling Stones concert tickets went on sale for one of their most successful tours to date. Another spot of controversy would stain the band's reputation as an onlooker was stabbed to death during a Stones concert at the Altamont Speedway in California. The song "Under My Thumb" was playing when Meredith Hunter died and the band nixed the track from the Rolling Stone Tour for nearly a decade.

Rolling Stones fans wouldn't witness their iconic symbol of lips and tongue designed by Andy Warhol until it's unveiling in 1970, ten years after their formation. Hits "Brown Sugar," "Wild Horses" and "Tumbling Dice" would be released soon after. Jagger would receive flack for marrying model Bianca Perez - sprouting the claim that rock was dead; still, Rolling Stones tickets sold out in venues across the world.

In a complete turnaround for The Stones, Mick Taylor would leave the band after an unsuccessful release of Goats Dead Soup and was replaced by Rod Stewart guitarist Ron Wood. The Stones would gain more criticism for the Some Girls track of 1978 and the title CD was put on blast for it's rock n roll style, virtually silenced by the growing punk movement at the time, Jagger was arrested for drug possession shortly after.

Through the fire, The Stones pulled out on top with the 1981 album Tattoo You featuring hits "Start Me Up" and "Waiting for a Friend." Following The Stones tour that year, the ablum Still Life would hit shelves. All Rolling Stones albums released in the 80's were considered hits regardless of the fact that each album only charted a single top 20 track. With the waning success of the Stones, Jagger and Richards grew father apart, criticizing each other publically and releasing multiple solo albums. Receiving mediocre attention, fans preferred to buy Rolling Stones tickets instead.

Reuniting in the 90's, Jagger, Richards, Wood and Watts would go on to embark on a Rolling Stones tour that grossed the highest in Rolling Stones ticket sales that year. They also released a new album VooDoo Lounge under their new record label Virgin Records. "Satisfaction" would top the VH1 Poll of 100 Greatest Rock Songs in 2000 and the Rolling Stones, still going strong, would release two more records and embark­ on a multimillion dollar Rolling Stones tour. Currently, rumors are circulating that not only will a Rolling Stones tour happen, but a new Rolling Stones album may be in the works! Like many huge reunions this year, the Rolling Stones concert tour is slated to be huge. So don't forget to keep checking back for cheap Rolling Stones tickets, because right now time is on your side.

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