A brief statement from the band’s publicity firm said tickets would go on sale to the public “with details to follow shortly.”

According to a Washington Post report, the October 29 concert will serve as the grand finale to former President Bill Clinton’s 60th birthday party, which is to span the entire weekend with packages starting at $60,000.

The Beacon, with a capacity of 2,894, is the smallest venue the Stones have played since September 2002, when they visited NYC’s Roseland Ballroom. The band’s ongoing 2006 world tour has, as usual, included sellouts at stadiums with capacities well above 50,000.