Rolling Stones To Play Chicago In May

The Rolling Stones announced their 50 & Counting tour with a May stop at the United Center

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    How's this for satisfaction. The Rolling Stones are coming to Chicago.

    The rockers announced Wednesday their 50 & Counting tour with a May 28 stop at the United Center. The tour also includes Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Toronto and the Glastonbury Festival in England.

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    Tickets for the Chicago show go on sale at 10 a.m. Monday with a pre-sale Friday morning.

    It won't be cheap, though. Tickets start at $85 and reportedly top out at $600.

    In a video released to coincide with the tour announcement, the Stones took turns saying they were ready to hit the road. "I thought that we should continue doing this when the 50th anniversary came up," Mick Jagger said.

    The Rolling Stones celebrated 50 years together last year and celebrated with shows in London and New York.