But, bring tissues, because your nose will be bleeding. While the Stones' tour announcement was largely suspenseful, we're actually more surprised by how affordable some of the seats are. 

You can't always get what you want, but if you try sometimes, or wait in a virtual line of thousands people, you might get your Rolling Stones tickets at a decent price. According to 9NEWS, an exclusive presale for the No Filter tour stop in Denver kicked off yesterday morning, and while some tickets are going for over $1000, there were some available for $49.95, plus all those fees they add on, obviously.

Denver Post's The Know conveniently mapped out for us how prices vary, based on the section at Mile High (and they might actually be a mile high...) your seats are in, which is pretty helpful — see here.

Starting at 10 a.m. TODAY (Thursday), you can still get that satisfaction of presale tickets when you download the TRI 102.5 app and get the presale code right there under your thumb.