The Rolling Stones played an hour-long gig in Paris last night as a warm-up for their forthcoming dates in London and New Jersey. The group made the announcement on Twitter yesterday morning [October 25], writing: "The Rolling Stones are playing a short warm-up gig tonight, Thursday 25th Oct, in Paris." The show took place at La Trabendo, a small, 600-seat club in the Parc de la Villette area of Paris. Tickets cost 15 Euros and were available from noon yesterday at the Virgin Megastore on Paris's Champs Elysees.

The Rolling Stones played an hour-long gig in Paris last night as a warm-up for their forthcoming dates in London and New Jersey.

The group made the announcement on Twitter yesterday morning [October 25], writing: “The Rolling Stones are playing a short warm-up gig tonight, Thursday 25th Oct, in Paris.” The show took place at La Trabendo, a small, 600-seat club in the Parc de la Villette area of Paris. Tickets cost 15 Euros and were available from noon yesterday at the Virgin Megastore on Paris’s Champs Elysees.

According to the band’s Twitter feed, they took the stage at around 9pm.

The Rolling Stones played:

Route 66

It’s Only Rock n Roll

Shattered

When The Whip Comes Down

Champagne and Reefer

Doom & Gloom

Miss You

Start Me Up

Midnight Rambler

Tumbling Dice

Jumping Jack Flash

Brown Sugar