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Mick Jagger and The Rolling Stones performed at the O2 arena in east London yesterday, November 25th. The band is set to play five dates to celebrate their 50th anniversary, including two shows at Londons O2 and three more in the New York area. Check out photos from the historic concert below!
 
The Rolling Stones first appeared in a small London pub fifty years ago. At yesterday's concert, a grateful Mick Jagger, reportedly showing as much energy as he displayed a half a century ago, told the crowd, "It's amazing that we're still doing this, and it's amazing that you're still buying our records and coming to our shows. Thank you, thank you, thank you."
 
Photo by Brian Rasic/Rex / Rex USA

Photo Flash: Rolling Stones Perform at London's O2 Arena

Photo Flash: Rolling Stones Perform at London's O2 Arena
The Rolling Stones

Photo Flash: Rolling Stones Perform at London's O2 Arena
Mick Jagger

Photo Flash: Rolling Stones Perform at London's O2 Arena
Mick Jagger

Photo Flash: Rolling Stones Perform at London's O2 Arena
Keith Richards

Photo Flash: Rolling Stones Perform at London's O2 Arena
Mick Jagger

Photo Flash: Rolling Stones Perform at London's O2 Arena


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