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The Rolling Stones Playing Gramercy Theatre: Top Ticket $100K

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Do you have a hundred grand burning a hole in your pocket?

That’s how much the top ticket for an intimate warm up gig at the Gramercy Theatre by the greatest rock and roll band in the world. The price includes a meet and greet with Charlie Watts and a portrait by Ron Wood. Unfortunately, Mick and Keef will not be making themselves available though Mick will dedicate a song to you at the performance and you will be considered a “Stones Benefactor”. Also, you will get four free tickets to another show of your choice. Also, the deluxe Sticky Fingers in every available format. After Ticketmaster charges , the final price will be $125,000.

Would I pay that much to see the Stones at such close quarters? Sure, if I could afford it, it is a once in a lifetime opportunity.

Still, if that is too rich for your blood, general admission seating is only $10,000 for this literally once in a lifetime opportunity. The Gramercy Theatre is really tiny, maybe 1000 people tops, it is one night only, all the Stones will be there, no satellite hook ups or anything,  and yes there will be an opening band but guess what. Not a band at all. Monty Python’s Remaining Circus Performers, will be doing 45 ,minutes of Greatest Hits. Cleese has promised the dead parrot sketch and if that isn’t enough, they will be performing excerpts from their movies as well.

Also, Dave Grohl will be there to check your tickets and usher you to your seat (just kidding...).

All yours for $10 er. $12,500 fees included.

This is happening today, April 1st, 2015, so go get your tickets…

See you there…

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