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Thousands throng Anfield Stadium for histrionic Rolling Stones SIXTY tour gig

Anfield Stadium is packed choc-a-bloc to the rafters this evening as fans by the thousands gather for the Rolling Stones’ SIXTY gig as the legendary rock group has officially embarked on a grand tour of Europe to commemorate their 60 years in the music industry.

Formed in London back in 1962, the legendary band went on to become one of the best-selling music artistes of all time. Now, to commemorate the grand celebration of their 60 years in the music industry, the legendary musicians have embarked on their epochal European tour, stopping off at high profile cities including Munich, Milan, Amsterdam, London and more – not forgetting Liverpool, of course.

Tonight’s highly-anticipated gig will be the first time The Rolling Stones have performed in the city since 1971. Original members Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood are joined by drummer Steve Jordan, after the demise of drummer Charlie Watts last summer

Boasting a capacity of more than 50,000, fans of all ages have united at Anfield Stadium to hear hit songs including Sympathy for the Devil, (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction, Jumpin’ Jack Flash, Gimme Shelter, and more.