What to expect from the Rolling Stones at the Citrus Bowl, according to Rolling Stone



If you're geeking out about the upcoming Rolling Stones date at the Citrus Bowl (Friday, June 12), know you're not alone. Mick Jagger gave a pretty dorky interview to Rolling Stone where he talks about singing during cross-training (lol) and how he's not sure if fans would want the band to play all of Sticky Fingers front to back (rofl) because there are five slow songs. But once you get through the hair-flipping at the front, the thick of the interview gets a little cooler, discussing which Sticky Fingers songs you'll likely hear this summer, why the album's re-release doesn't have any new track listings and then Jagger briefly talks new material.

Check out the interview for some light reading to prep for the Stones' date, and consider this your final reminder: Tickets will be available for a limited pre-sale on Wednesday, April 8 (according to their website, "American Express Card Members can purchase tickets for U.S. dates before the general public"), and then officially available to the public at 10 a.m. Monday, April 13.

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