On stage tickets will range from $75 to $250 and will be available for stadium performances only. Fifteen of the 43 dates are scheduled for stadiums.

“Fans purchasing on stage tickets will have an intimate and extraordinary view of The Rolling Stones and their view of the audience while becoming part of the backdrop and set,” a press release from the band said.

The on stage are limited to two per person and the number available per concert will vary and they will be made available to the public in a number of ways.

Friday, August 12th at 10am, a limited number of single on stage tickets will go on sale to the public for the tour opener in Boston. Additional stadium shows with on-stage tickets are: Hartford; Ottawa; Detroit; Moncton; Chicago, E. Rutherford; Toronto; Pittsburgh, Hershey; Charlottesville, Durham, Anaheim, San Diego and the San Francisco performances November 13th and 15th.

In addition, the on stage tickets will be available through promotional contests on the band’s fan club site: www.rollingstones.com

Through a text messaging program, fans who have already purchased tickets to the concert will have the chance to have their ticket exchanged for one on stage. Details on this program are forthcoming according to tour reps.