They were always going to be top dollar, but £11,000, or $17,203 is next level. You can buy a car for that. Anyway, that’s one of the many outrageous prices floating around on the net for the yet-to-be-released Rolling Stone tickets.
The tickets won’t hit the market until Friday. but fans are already willing to trade big bucks for tickets through secondary ticketing websites in the UK, such as Seatwave.
On the regular market, general admission tickets will go for £106 and floor tickets at £375. But on that particular site, tickets are going for anything from £300, to £11,000 for front row seats, according to Stereoboard.
So far, nothing is confirmed or denied on Australian shows, but earlier today Keith Richards speculated that they might do more shows in 2013. While Aussie shows are probably the last thing on their minds at the moment, a world tour of some sorts might be in order as it appears the band might finally be willing to accept that the sands of time may not be so thick on the top half of the hourglass these days.
The band recently released a new single titled Doom and Gloom which will be on their upcoming ‘best-of’ album GRRR!. The song marks the first time the band have got back together since 2005, check out the full song here.