Rolling Stones hold small and intimate performance in France
The crowd and the cost were minuscule compared to what is typical for these rock and roll legends, but that was just the way they wanted it. 600 adoring fans crowded into the modestly sized LaTrabendo club in Paris, France for one hour of performance by the Rolling Stones. Admission cost roughly the equivalent of $20, compared to the usual world tour seats that sell for $172 dollars at least. It was the band’s first live performance since 2007 and 48 years to the day since their debut appearance. The Rolling Stones are celebrating their 50th anniversary with a string of concerts and, as always, wanted to start this tour with an intimate club appearance.