The Rolling Stones perform surprise show in Los AngelesComments
British veteran rockers The Rolling Stones have treated their fans to a surprise show in the US.
The last minute performance was announced via Twitter and the band’s website, which said only that a “Los Angeles Club Show” would be held in the 90028 postal code.
Sticky Fingers Los Angeles Club Show Tonight! http://t.co/zPU6P4ycz0#StickyStonespic.twitter.com/FeqWAhOFSa— The Rolling Stones (@RollingStones) May 20, 2015
Tickets, costing around four euros, went on sale at lunchtime on Wednesday and sold out quickly.
There were also a few famous faces in the crowd at the 1,200 seat Fonda Theatre.
Band members Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts used the gig as a warm up for a 15-city tour that kicks off on Sunday in San Diego.
The rockers apparently performed every song from their 1971 album “Sticky Fingers,” which is being re-released to tie-in with the tour.