Rolling Stones anniversary finale to air live on Pay-Per-View
If you don't have tickets to the final Rolling Stones concert celebrating the icons' 50th anniversary, you're in luck. The Saturday night (12/15) concert will be broadcast live in DTS Surround Sound via Pay-Per-View.
The last of the four anniversary performances by the Rock and Roll Hall of Famers takes place Saturday (12/15) at the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ, and will air live at 9 p.m. E.T. through all cable, satellite and telco providers, according to a press release.
Details about ordering the PPV concert are available at the band's website. Pricing among most outlets begins at $40.
"With DTS Neural Surround, fans of the Rolling Stones are going to hear Mick Jagger's voice, Keith Richard's guitar, Charlie Watts' drum, Ronnie Wood's bass guitar and the roar of the crowd singing to the music, as if their living room was placed in the middle of the Prudential Center," Jon Kirchner, Chairman and CEO of DTS, Inc. said in a press release.
The Rolling Stones released their latest compilation album, "GRRR!," in November. The 50th anniversary commemorative collection includes two new songs: "Doom and Gloom" and "One More Shot."
The golden anniversary celebration has also included the release of a 352-page photography book titled "The Rolling Stones 50," and a new documentary film about the band, dubbed "Crossfire Hurricane."