The Rolling Stones Announced North American Tour Dates

"50 and Counting" starts in Los Angeles in May.

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The Rolling Stones finally released dates for their "50 and Counting" North American tour, Billboard reports.

Watch the revealed part of the tour schedule below.

As reported earlier, AEG Live will promote the North American shows. A source confirmed to Billboard that AEG Live has 18 shows to work with; only nine shows have been announced thus far, so multiples are a given. Essentially, the Stones are treating these shows as "destination" events, which - given the international appeal of the five 50th anniversary shows last December in London and the New York area - is an approach they can undertake with confidence.

What's more, the legendary british rockband announced their headining Hyde Park show this July, NME reports. The rock legends will perform at the central London location as part of the Barclaycard presents British Summer Time festival. Support on the day will come from The Vaccines, The Temper Trap, Gary Clark Jr and King Charles, plus Palma Violets, Tribes, the Boxer Rebellion and more across three other stages. Tickets for The Rolling Stones in Hyde Park go on general sale at 9am Friday, April 5.

05/TBA - Los Angeles - Staples Center 05/05 - Oakland - Oracle Arena 05/08 - San Jose - HP Pavilion 05/11 - Las Vegas - MGM Grand Garden Arena 05/15 - Anaheim - Honda Center 05/25 - Toronto, Canada - Air Canada Centre 05/28 - Chicago - United Center 06/12 - Boston - TD North Garden 06/18 - Philadelphia - Wells Fargo Center

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    95 for an open air gig at Hyde Park, I like them but they're taking the piss really!
    I like them and sure they are a legendary band but I don't like them enough to spend $150 on them especially considering I'd have to travel out of state to see them.
    Tickets at the Garden start at $412 EACH. Damn, I just want to repay my old man for all the Roger Water's shows. Im gettin' him a 30 pack.
    Read "Scar Tissue" and Anthony Kiedis states the only people you will see at a Rolling Stones concert now a days are old rich white people...very rock n roll
    To paraphrase Neil Hamburger... "How long does it take Anthony Keidis to screw in a lightbulb? Did he get the heroin needle out of his arm already? What happened?" That's pretty much what you see at a RHCP show, except they have their kids with them.