ROCK'n'roll legends The Rolling Stones are set return to Liverpool for the first time since 1971, with a special one-off concert at Anfield stadium this summer, as part of the band’s new European tour 'SIXTY'.

Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood are celebrating six decades together as a band and will kick off the UK leg of their 60th anniversary tour with their only UK stadium gig, at Liverpool FC’s iconic ground on Thursday, June 9.

Tickets for the eagerly anticipated show, in front of an expected sell-out crowd, will go on general sale at 10am, Friday March 18, via

Liverpool FC season ticket holders, official members, official supporters’ clubs, hospitality members and those on the LFC Events Mailing List will be included in the pre-sale from noon on Wednesday March 16.

The Stones, once again joined by Steve Jordan on the drums will treat fans to a set list packed full of classics such as Satisfaction, Paint It Black, Tumbling Dice, Sympathy for the Devil and Gimme Shelter and many other surprises from half a century’s worth of classic hits.

As always, when The Rolling Stones come to town, they will bring an incredible production and state of the art stage design.

The band played their first ever gig in July 1962, at the legendary Marquee Club in London, and have gone on to sell more than 200 million records worldwide.

A spokesperson for AEG PRESENTS said: "Liverpool stands proudly as one of the World’s greatest music cities. Anfield is more than a stadium.

"It brings with it a great history and arguably the greatest atmosphere of any venue in the World. The Stones at Anfield on June 9th is unmissable."

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