Turns out, the first show on the Rolling Stones "Zip Code" tour wasn't San Diego, but a Los Angeles club show in the 90028. Held at the 1,200 capacity Fonda Theater in Hollywood, tickets ($5) to see an intimate performance with Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood, Charlie Watts, and company went on sale at noon Wednesday, and sold out milliseconds later. As reported by attendees, Jagger hit every note and danced around the stage like a madman, Keith and Ronnie's guitar parts never sounded sharper, and Charlie's drumming was spot on. Supporting cast - bassist Daryl Jones, keyboardist Chuck Leavell, backing vocalists Lisa Fischer and Bernard Fowler and horn players Tim Ries and San Diego's Karl Denson - also brought the good stuff. Rolling Stones Fonda Theater https://youtu.be/ujd_UmAmpoI Celebrities in attendance included Jack Nicholson, Bruce Willis, Andy Garcia and Leonard Cohen, As Mick joked "there's Jane Fonda and her father Henry...Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett...Miley Cyrus and Clark Gable...Taylor Swift and Dean Martin." As mentioned on the Stones' website, the setlist included "playing every song from Sticky Fingers and more." The three-song encore began with a tribute to the late B.B. King, who Jagger said had opened for the Stones a number of times. By the end of the show, Jagger teased the band's live appearance at Petco Park, saying "Sunday we're going to San Diego to play for...San Diegans." Los Angeles show setlist "Start Me Up" "When the Whip Comes Down" "All Down the Line" "Sway" "Dead Flowers" "Wild Horses" "Sister Morphine" "You Got to Move" "Bitch" "Can't You Hear Me Knockin'" "I Got the Blues" "Moonlight Mile" "Brown Sugar" "Rock Me Baby" (B.B. King song) "Jumpin' Jack Flash" "I Can't Turn You Loose" (Otis Redding Song) Are you going to the Rolling Stones show in San Diego? Yes
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