Credit: Brian RasicFollowing rumors that circulated earlier this week, The Rolling Stones have confirmed they’ll perform a surprise club show tonight in Los Angeles. An announcement on the British rock legend’s official website reports that the band will play every song from their classic 1971 album, Sticky Fingers, at the gig, as well as other tunes.

Tickets will go on sale at noon PT via, and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis, with a limit of two tickets per customer. The purchaser must bring a photo ID, credit card and the guest who also will be attending the concert with them to an as-yet-unannounced site to pick up the tickets. No cameras or phones will be permitted in the venue.

While the site of tonight’s concert hasn’t been announced, some reports suggest that it’ll take place at The Fonda Theatre. LA Weekly pointed out earlier this week that several online sources had been speculating that The Stones might be playing at the venue on Wednesday, while noting that concert by the band Shakey Graves that was to have taken place at The Fonda this evening was moved to another theater nearby “due to logistics.”

The Stones are famous for playing surprise gigs at small venues in advance of their tours. In 2013, they performed at the Echoplex, an L.A. club with a 600-person capacity, prior to launching a North American trek.

The band’s Zip Code Tour officially kicks off this Sunday at Petco Park in San Diego.

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