The Rolling Stones, who kicked off their “50 and Counting” tour to a sold out crowd at STAPLES Center on Friday, May 3, have added another show date to their summer tour. The band will perform at Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. for one night only on Monday, June 24*, 2013.
“50 AND COUNTING” continues the exhilarating celebration of the band’s first 50 years-five decades of Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood bringing their iconic music and ground- breaking stage shows to audiences around the globe.
As a part of the general on sale, there are a variety of ticket prices including over 1,000 tickets per show at $85 (including service charges). Some will be among the best seats in the house in the Tongue Pit, with others spread around the arena. These tickets will be sold as a pair. You will find out your seat location when you pick them up the night of the show.
Tickets for the Washington, DC show go on sale Monday, May 13 at 10AM EST
* Date subject to change pending NHL playoff schedule.
“50 AND COUNTING” TOUR DATES
May 8 – San Jose – HP Pavilion (On sale now)
May 11 – Las Vegas – MGM Grand Garden Arena (On sale now)
May 15 – Anaheim – Honda Center (On sale now)
May 18 – Anaheim – Honda Center (On sale now)
May 20 – Los Angeles – STAPLES Center (On sale now)
May 25 – Toronto – Air Canada Center (On sale now)
May 28 – Chicago – United Center (On sale now)
May 31 – Chicago – United Center (On sale now)
June 3 – Chicago – United Center (On sale now)
June 6 – Toronto – Air Canada Centre (On sale now)
June 9 – Montreal – Bell Centre (On sale now)
June 12 – Boston – TD Garden (On sale now)
June 14 – Boston – TD Garden (On sale now)
June 18 – Philadelphia – Wells Fargo Center (On sale now)
June 21 – Philadelphia – Wells Fargo Center (On sale now)
June 24* – Washington, DC – Verizon Center (On sale May 13)
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