The Rolling Stones Announces Club Show & Tour Openers

The Rolling Stones just revealed it’s playing a club show in Los Angeles tonight with a setlist featuring every song from 1971’s “Sticky Fingers” along with other tunes. Plus, more special guests have been confirmed for the Zip Code Tour, including Ed Sheeran and Buddy Guy.

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The club will be announced later today. For now we know that Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood are headed to an intimate venue somewhere in the 90028 zip code. Tickets go on sale at 12 p.m. PDT, only at

There’s a two-ticket limit and you’ll need to bring your photo ID and credit card to pick up the tickets before the gig. But don’t bring your phone or camera with you to the show tonight. The Stones’ website warns that non-compliance to their rules “will result in an immediate refund and void of ticket purchase.”

Yesterday we pointed out that Brad Paisley was opening for the band June 17 at Nashville’s LP Field. Since then, the band has updated its Twitter page by announcing more special guests. Gary Clark Jr., has the honor of joining the band May 24 at San Diego’s PETCO Park. Kid Rock plays the next stop on May 30 in Columbus’ Ohio Stadium.

Grace Potter tweeted the big news that she’ll be opening for not one, but two Zip Code Tour shows with The Stones – June 3 at Minneapolis’ TCF Bank Stadium and June 6 in Arlington, Texas, at AT&T Stadium. She notes, “This is bucket lists shit!!”

St. Paul & The Broken Bones are also on board for two gigs. You can catch the band June 9 at Atlanta’s Bobby Dodd Stadium and July 11 in Orchard Park, N.Y., at Ralph Wilson Stadium.

Temperance Movement tweeted, “We’re opening for @rollingstones in ORLANDO at @CitrusBowl on 6/12 on the #StonesZip tour. It doesn’t get better!”

The Zip Code Tour also features AWOLNATION at Pittsburgh’s Heinz Field June 20; Buddy Guy at Milwaukee’s “Summerfest” at Marcus Amphitheater June 23; Ed Sheeran at Kansas City’s Arrowhead Stadium June 27; Avett Brothers in Raleigh, N.C., at Carter-Finley Stadium July 1; and Walk The Moon at Detroit’s Comerica Park July 8.

As of post time a special guest hadn’t been announced for Indianapolis July 4. The last stop of the tour is July 15 at Festival D’été de Québec.

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