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The Stones’s Free Bigger Bang Concert from Rio, Brazil, Comes Live to the Net

After shattering North American box office records, the Rolling Stones are taking their sold-out world tour to Brazil this February and US fans who want even more of "A Bigger Bang" can join the beachfront party at the Copacabana Palace Hotel in Rio de Janeiro with a historic multi-cast of the concert.

The Rolling Stones are offering their fans worldwide front-row seats to "A Bigger Bang" World Tour live from Rio on AOL Music – www.aolmusic.com/therollingstones – and XM Satellite Radio on the Deep Tracks Channel 40 on February 18 beginning at 7:30 EST via Network Live.

The Rolling Stones will then make their return to movie theaters nationwide in a One Night Only, Big Screen Concerts presentation of this historic performance, giving their fans a chance to experience "A Bigger Bang."

Tickets for this event go on sale beginning February 10th at 12 noon PT / 3pm ET at participating Regal, United Artists, Edwards, and Cinemark movie theatre box offices and online at http://www.bigscreenconcerts.com for US$ 12.50 in advance and US$ 15 on the day of the event.

The Rolling Stones’ "A Bigger Bang" World Tour from Brazil will be an entertainment experience unlike anything seen before; requiring a crew of nearly 1,500 people to produce the event.

The band will perform for the people of Rio in a free concert presented on the seashore in front of the Copacabana Palace Hotel on two stages: The Mainstage with 16 sound towers and 8 video image screens, as well as the Stones’ famous "B" stage, which can extend 55 meters into the audience. "A Bigger Bang" was the #1 grossing tour in North America in 2005.

After their stop in Brazil, the Rolling Stones , and their "A Bigger Bang" World Tour, will continue throughout Mexico and South America with performances that include their classic hits and songs from their critically acclaimed new release, "A Bigger Bang."

The Rolling Stones: www.rollingstones.com


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    These guys are old AND stale. At least guys like neal young, and john foghertyty and a few others have attempted to grow and eplore new areas of music or subject matter. The Stones have been a one note show for 40 years now. How tiring.

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