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Watch the sold-out Rolling Stones concert live on pay-per-view
STAMFORD, Conn. – Although tickets to the highly demanded Rolling Stones 50th anniversary shows at the Prudential Center sold out in minutes this afternoon, fans still have the opportunity to see the greatest rock ‘n’ roll band live in concert on pay-per-view Saturday, Dec. 15 at 9 p.m. ET. ( SATURDAY'S GUEST STARS)
WWE, the world’s pre-eminent provider of pay-per-view programming, in partnership with Dainty Group and Endemol, will be distributing and marketing the pay-per-view event, which is the band’s final performance of its 50th anniversary shows. The pay-per-view will be available through all cable, satellite and telco providers. ( YAHOO! LIVE STREAM | E! PRE-SHOW)
The iconic band created an international ticket frenzy over the past two weeks when four shows, two at The O2 Arena in London and two at the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J., sold out in record time. The show will give fans around the world the chance to see rock ‘n’ roll icons Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood live on pay-per-view, as they perform on stage together for the first time since 2007.