Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Rolling Stones tickets go on sale Monday

Get lucky and land in the Tongue Pit.

Rolling Stones tickets go on sale Monday


Tickets for the Rolling Stones show at the Wells Fargo Center on June 18 - the last tour stop on their '50 and Counting' tour, go on sale next Monday at 10 in the morning through or at 1-800-298-4200.

It'll cost you, to get your 'Satisfaction": The basic price range goes from $150 to $600. (Don't complain! That's over $100 cheaper than the band charged for its top priced ducat during its three show New York-New Jersey run in December.)

There will, however, be some deals available. "Over 1000" seats in the 20,000 capacity hockey arena will go for $85, and the location of those tickets, which will be sold in pairs, will not be revealed until the buyers pick them up the night of the show, with some being "among the best seats in the house," such as the standing stage side area known as the "Tongue Pit," according to a press release.

"Satisfaction" is below.

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