ROLLING STONES FLASHBACK: Live in Philadelphia 2013

About The Rolling Stones live in Philadelphia 2013…
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June 21, 2013: Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA, USA
Get Off Of My Cloud/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/Paint It Black/Gimme Shelter/Under The Boardwalk/When The Whip Comes Down/Emotional Rescue/Doom And Gloom/One More Shot/Can’t You Hear Me Knocking/Honky Tonk Women/Band introduction/You Got The Silver/Happy/Midnight Rambler/Miss You/Start Me Up/Tumbling Dice/Brown Sugar/Sympathy For The Devil/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Jumping Jack Fash/Satisfaction
*With special guests Aaron Neville on ‘Under The Boardwalk’ and The Crossing Choir on ‘You Can’t Always Get What You Want’

50 & Counting was a concert tour by The Rolling Stones to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the band, which started in October 2012 (with two secret club gigs in Paris) and ended in July 2013 (with two major shows at Hyde Park)

On 3 April 2013, through their website, they announced more concerts as part of the 50 & Counting tour: a Spring 2013 North American tour of 18 arena concerts with the addition of a surprise club show at the Echoplex in Los Angeles, CA on 27 April 2013 where they were rehearsing.

The rehearsals for the 2013 tour took place in Burbank, United States at Center Staging for the 2013 shows.

Katy Perry performed as guest star on May, 11 in Las Vegas, while Taylor Swift was guest on the 3 June concert in Chicago. After the last American concert on 24 June at the Verizon Center in Washington, DC, the Stones returned to England to headline the Glastonbury Festival on 29 June, the band’s first time ever participation in the festival.

On 6 & 13 July, they performed two shows at Hyde Park, 44 years after the 1969 performance and 51 years after their first ever gig (12 July 1962) at the Marquee Club then situated on Oxford Street, only a mile from the Hyde Park venue.

After the second Hyde Park concert, the band had a birthday celebration for Mick Jagger who turned 70 on 26 July 2013. The two Hyde Park shows were used for the live album Hyde Park Live as well as the concert film Sweet Summer Sun: Live in Hyde Park released 11 November 2013.
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