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Thousands of Rolling Stones tickets have reportedly failed to sell because they are too expensive. The tickets for tonight's concert at the O2 arena were being sold by touts for as much as £3,000, The Sun reports. Tonight's gig was meant to be a spectacular start to the UK leg of the world tour, celebrating the band's 50th anniversary. Tickets originally went on sale for between £190 and £400, but were bought by agencies such as Via GoGo, Seatwave and Double8 Tickets to sell at a higher price. Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood has defended the high ticket prices, arguing: "We've (more) »

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