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n Roll veterans The Rolling Stones are to play two dates at the O2 Arena on 25 and 29 November in celebration of their might 50 years as a band. Friday 19th Oct at 9am will be your first chance to purchase a ticket for two for this event. The Rolling Stones back in London, this may even be one of the biggest gig in their history, any takers on this being their last London show? We’ve heard rumors that the cheapest ticket is about £106. Oh dear, I cant get no satisfaction outta that.