GERMANTOWN, Wis., April 10, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- QueenBeeTickets.com is now providing Rolling Stones Staples Center tickets on the secondary market at discounted prices. The public onsale of 2013 Rolling Stones tickets for the Los Angeles concert officially kicks off on Monday, April 15, but some online shoppers will opt to secure their seats now. Tickets for concerts in Boston, Philadelphia, and Anaheim will also hit the primary market at this time.
Although Rolling Stones Staples Center tickets won't officially hit the primary market until Monday, QueenBeeTickets.com has already secured a substantial inventory of seats for the May 2 show. Serious fans are already securing their 2013 Rolling Stones tickets to ensure that they don't miss out. The 7 p.m. concert will kick off the main portion of the group's 50 and Counting Tour that will take the legendary band to cities located throughout the United States and Canada.
Those holding 2013 Rolling Stones tickets know that the band has had quite a history that dates to the release of "The Rolling Stones" to a United Kingdom audience in 1964. That album topped the UK Albums Chart, and the American version, "England's Newest Hit Makers," reached the 11th slot on the Billboard 200. The first album to top the American chart was "Out of Our Heads," a 1965 studio album. The group has put out an incredible number of albums over the years. Except for "England's Newest Hit Makers," all of the studio albums have peaked inside the top six on either the UK Albums Chart or on the Billboard 200.
Rolling Stones Staples Center tickets are some of the hottest in the industry, but many fans have already enjoyed concerts and sports events at this multipurpose sports arena. The Staples Center in Los Angeles, which is the home of the Rolling Stones, opened in October 1999. A number of those with Rolling Stones Staples Center tickets have also seen other talented artists perform there such as Bruce Springsteen, Beyonce, and Taylor Swift.
The 50 and Counting Tour started with an unannounced surprise concert at the Le Trabendo in Paris in front of 600 delighted fans. The O2 Arena in London played host to the first officially announced shows of the tour on Nov. 25 and 29. The first American concerts took place at the new Barclays Center and at the historic Madison Square Garden, both located in New York. Following a pair of shows in nearby Newark, N.J., the band is taking more than four months off before it returns to tour with the Staples Center show.
Some of the fans who have purchased 2013 Rolling Stones tickets for the Rolling Stones Los Angeles concert might have attended the group's first American show. It also took place in the Los Angeles metropolitan area. It was held on June 5, 1964, at Swing Auditorium in San Bernardino. The first Rolling Stones Los Angeles concert occurred on Dec. 5, 1965, at the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena. The most recent Rolling Stones Los Angeles concert took place at Dodger Stadium on Nov. 22, 2006.
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