THUNDER BAY – Entertainment – The Rolling Stones have kicked off their 50th Anniversary concert tour with a sold out show in London. The band played to a sold out audience and ran slightly over the ‘sound curfew’ imposed for live music events in London. That means that the final encore planned, the iconic “Satisfaction” wasn’t played.
The Stones are now facing a fine of $330,000 for having gone overtime in their concert.
If you are planning to attend one of the concerts that the iconic Rolling Stones are hosting, there will be two things you need. Speed, and money. Tickets to the upcoming show in New York will set you back almost $1700.
You can visit the Rolling Stones online for information on upcoming tour dates. Right now the closest an Ontario fan can get to a concert is heading to the Prudential Centre in New Jersey, or to the Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn New York.