Rolling Stones To Play Surprise Show

by Steve Spohn
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The Zip Code Tour (click to enlarge)

As SongMango first reported, The Rolling Stones will play a surprise show in Los Angeles, Wednesday, May 20th, in advance of the official Zip Code Tour kickoff.

The iconic band is expected to play the 1971 album Sticky Fingers in its entirety, including classics like “Brown Sugar,” “Wild Horses,” “Bitch,” “Can’t You Hear Me Knocking” and “Moonlight Mile.”

The event – which will take place at the 1,200-capacity Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles – will be filmed for future release.

No ticket information is known as of yet, but The Stones are prepping a special announcement for Monday, May 18th. The Zip Code Tour starts this Sunday, May 24th, in San Diego at a sold-out show at Petco Park.

Steve Spohn is a former Saturday Night Live and Nickelodeon Television executive. Growing up near Princeton, NJ, led to a musical addiction, with WMMR in Philly and WNEW in NYC providing the daily dose. When not attending or planning to attend Bruce Springsteen concerts, he's plugging away as a screenwriter in Beverly Hills. Reach Steve at