Rolling Stones 50th Anniversary Shows

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Rolling Stones Tickets – 50 and Counting Tour

The Rolling Stones unveiled the next leg of their “50 and Counting” tour which included nine shows in Los Angeles, Oakland, San Jose, Las Vegas, Anaheim, Toronto, Chicago, Boston, and Philadelphia. Due to popular demand, additional shows were added in Chicago, Toronto, Anaheim, Los Angeles, Boston, and Philadelphia. On April 16, Rollings Stones announced that they added a show in Montreal and later a show in Washington DC, for a grand total of 18. The first Los Angeles date is confirmed for May 3 at the Staples Center.

Rolling Stones tickets for Oakland, San Jose, Toronto & Chicago shows went on sale to general public April 10. Los Angeles, Anaheim, and Boston tickets went on sale April 15. Las Vegas tickets will go on sale April 19. Tickets to the recently added Washington DC show will go on sale May 13.

50 and Counting tour tickets are averaging $809, a cheaper price tag than the Rolling Stones Newark shows last December. The Rolling Stones second show in Anaheim (5/8) has the cheapest average ticket of $598 while the first Anaheim show (5/15) has the cheapest get-in price of $185.

Rolling Stones Tickets Get-in Price Avg. Price 50 And Counting Tour
Los Angeles, CA
May 2, 2013
$218.00 $942.74
Oakland, CA
May 5, 2013
$287.00 $735.86
San Jose, CA
May 8, 2013
$252.00 $884.15
Las Vegas, NV
May 11, 2013
$270.00 $1378.95
Anaheim, CA
May 15, 2013
$185.00 $613.38
Anaheim, CA
May 18, 2013
$198.00 $597.94
Los Angeles, CA
May 20, 2013
$189.00 $1077.67
Toronto, ON
May 25, 2013
$284.00 $858.42
Chicago, IL
May 28, 2013
$254.00 $777.31
Chicago, IL
May 31, 2013
$292.00 $969.70
Chicago, IL
June 3, 2013
$244.00 $797.81
Toronto, ON
June 6, 2013
$270.00 $842.80
Montreal, QC
June 9, 2013
$270.00 $486.01
Boston, MA
June 12, 2013
$222.00 $764.79
Boston, MA
June 14, 2013
$206.00 $674.60
Philadelphia, PA
June 18, 2013
$255.00 $970.92
Philadelphia, PA
June 21, 2013
$236.00 $677.32
Washington, DC
June 24, 2013
$375.00 $1131.52

Rolling Stones Tickets – December Newark Shows

Fans had a chance to purchase Rolling Stones tickets today at noon for the group’s upcoming Newark shows. According to Peggy McGlone with NJ.com, primary prices listed on Ticketmaster were $95 – $750. Although Stones tickets sold out in a flash this afternoon, those wanting to see the British rockers at the Prudential Center in December will find a large selection of tickets available on the secondary market. At Razorgator, average Rolling Stones ticket prices range from $1,091 to $1,293 for the December 13 and 15 shows. Those not wanting to break the $1,000 barrier will find cheap Stones tickets in the 200 level, starting at $378. View the Rolling Stones ticket data below to see a breakdown of ticket prices by seating area.

Saturday, December 8, 2012 (added)

  • Average Ticket Price: $3,824
  • Cheapest Ticket: $1,743 (100 Level)
  • Most Expensive Ticket: $6,473 (Floor)

Thursday, December 13, 2012

  • Average Ticket Price: $1,091
  • Cheapest Ticket: $378 (200 Level)
  • Most Expensive Ticket: $5,273 (Floor)
  • Range per level:
    • Floor: $995 – $5,273
    • Sections 1 – 22: $862 – $3,156
    • 100 Level: $416 – $3,187
    • 200 Level: $378 – $995

Saturday, December 15, 2012

  • Average Ticket Price: $1,293
  • Cheapest Ticket: $422 (200 Level)
  • Most Expensive Ticket: $12,946 (Floor)
  • Range per level:
    • Floor: $946 – $12,946
    • Sections 1 – 22: $687 – $4,979
    • 100 Level: $468 – $3,150
    • 200 Level: $422 – $1,195
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