On Thursday 12th July 1962, five young Londoners (Jones, Jagger, Richards, Stewart, and Taylor) played their first ever gig at The Marquee jazz club in Oxford Street. Initially billed as The Rollin’ Stones they set out to play the music of black America… The rest, as they say, is history.
To celebrate the 60th anniversary of this momentous occasion, Music Heritage London, in association with The Marquee, bring you the ultimate, ticket only experience in the company of celebrities from the era. Ticket options include:
- THE SIGHTSEEING TOUR. Before the show, jump on a vintage 1960s double decker London bus for a guided tour of Stones related venues and locations in Chelsea and Kensington, including a stop outside the flat where Brian, Mick and Keith were living in July 1962. The bus will depart at 6.00pm from outside Sloane Square tube station and deliver you to the 100 Club in Oxford Street by 7pm, in good time to grab a drink.
- THE SHOW. Having played tribute gigs around the world for the last 20 years, ‘Not The Rolling Stones’ will be capturing the authentic sound, energy and spirit of the greatest rock band In the world. Standing or seating ticket options available. Show starts at 8pm
- THE BOOK. Personally signed copies of the soon-to-be-released hardback, ‘The Stone Age – Sixty Years of the Rolling Stones’ by acclaimed author, Lesley-Ann Jones