HOLLYWOOD, Fla. — The Rolling Stones have played large stadium venues with more than 50,000 fans in attendance, but they ended their No Filter Tour on Tuesday night in a relatively intimate setting.
The Stones wrapped up their tour in front of 7,000 fans at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood, Florida, WPLG reported.
Some tickets to the event cost more than $2,000, according to Rolling Stone, and tickets on the floor were going for two or three times that amount. By comparison, one fan told WPLG that she paid $12 for a ticket in 1978.
The Stones’ set was pared down slightly from other shows, shrinking to 17 songs, according to Rolling Stone. In other cities, the band played 19 songs.
Matt Lee, a fan near the front of the stage, shot “Gimme Shelter” and “Miss You” on his phone, capturing the band at its best.
The band played many of its standards on Tuesday, including “Street Fighting Man,” “Sympathy for the Devil,” “Paint It Black” and “Honky Tonk Women,” the magazine reported.
But they also played lesser-known songs like “Rocks Off,” “Monkey Man,” “Shattered” and “All Down the Line.”
The Stones also paid tribute to longtime drummer Charlie Watts, who died in August.
The “World’s Greatest Rock ‘n’ Roll Band” ended its set with “Satisfaction.”
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