The Rolling Stones are embarking on a world tour, well, kinda. The Rolling Stones announced today that they will be playing four live shows in two cities to celebrate their 50th Anniversary. Honestly, I think they should do at least one show per year to celebrate that they are all still alive!

If you are a die-hard Stones fan and don't mind a little road trip (or a trans-Atlantic voyage) you are in luck. Mick, Keith, Charlie and Ronnie will take the stage at London's O2 Arena on November 25th and 29th and then cross the big pond for two dates, December 13th and 15th in Newark, NJ.

Ticket and more show info can be found at RollingStones.com, but I can tell you that this will not be a cheap ticket, as you could imagine. Tickets start at $115 for the nosebleeds all the way up to $813 for the prime seats. Whattt? Yeah, $813 for one ticket. For $813, this had better be one hell of a show!