One sign of the expectations aroused by this tour, which will draw audiences adding up to a total of 756,000 fans, is the fact that it took just 11 hours to sell out the 54,000 tickets available for Wednesday's concert at
A "slow" sell-out, however, because the system in
Their Satanic Majesties,
The most long-lived rock band on the planet, founded in 1962 and that two years ago celebrated its 50th anniversary, brings back on this tour its greatest hits like "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction," "Jumping Jack Flash," "It's Only Rock'n' Roll," "Wild Horses," "You Got the Silver," "Can't Be Seen," "You Can't Always Get What You Want" and more.
After their concert in
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