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The Rolling Stones will take the stage in Jacksonville tonight at the TIAA Bank Field.
- If you're going to the show, expect security to be as tight as a Jaguars game with metal detectors and magnetic wands scanning you when you enter the stadium.
- Official TIAA Bank Field parking will also available for $40 on a first-come, first-served basis; click here for the parking map.
- Parking lots open at 4 p.m., gates open at 6 p.m., show starts at 7:30 p.m., Taligating concludes at 8:30 p.m. Click HERE for more information to know ahead of the concert.
- The Rolling Stones are letting you vote for which song you want hear them play at Friday's concert -- click here to vote!
- The Rolling Stones have released 55 albums of original work and compilations, and sold over 200 million records word-wide during their career spanning over 45 years, according IMDB.
- In 1966, after The Beatles stopped giving live performances, The Rolling Stones took over as the unofficial "biggest touring band in the world" for the next few years, according to IMDB.
- Mick Jagger dropped out of college, never received a formal musical education and even could not read music, according to IMDB.
- Keith Richards and Mick Jagger were classmates since primary school, according to IMDB.
- Richards has been the principal songwriting partner with Jagger, and most of the songs on all Rolling Stones albums are credited to Jagger/Richards, according to IMDB.
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