Increased speculation is mounting that suggests that the Rolling Stones will be returning to the stage in order to celebrate their 50th anniversary. It is expected that the band will announce a series of live tour dates in the next two days.
The band recently told fans that they would be making an exciting announcement in the near future and ever since then the speculation has increased.
An American website has already revealed that they believe there will be live dates in London and New York announced by the band.
The band front man, Sir Mick Jagger, recently increased speculation by posting a Tweet of himself and the band in a recording studio in Paris.
Fans across the music world are now hoping that this announcement will come true and the band will play live shows again. If this announcement is made it is expected that the shows will be sold out in a matter of minutes.
Music websites are now increasing the speculation of the rumoured live events; the majority believe that there will be four live tour dates. Two dates are expected to be held in the o2 Arena in London.
Richard Branson, the owner of Virgin and music promoter Paul Dainty are believed to be in charge of the gigs; the Rolling Stones will be paid around £16 million.