Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and their cohorts in the Rolling Stones are regrouping to celebrate their golden anniversary.
The group announced on its website Monday a handful of 50th anniversary dates, marking the first time the group has appeared together onstage since a trio of of shows at London's O2 Arena.
The new dates will bring the Stones back to the O2 for shows on Nov. 25 and 29. The next month, the group will come Stateside for two shows at Newark, N.J.'s Newark Prudential Center on Dec. 13 and 15.
According to the group, the shows' set lists will lean heavily on Stones chestnuts, such as "Jumping Jack Flash" and "Paint it Black" with "a few surprises."
The stage set, meanwhile, will feature "an all-new, custom-built set design, with a stage based on the band’s ubiquitous and celebrated tongue-and-lips logo, which will reach out into the crowd and become a truly must see and hear experience," the group's website said.
"I’ve always said the best place for rock and roll is on the stage and the same is true for the Stones," Richards said. "I’m here with Mick, Charlie and Ronnie and everything is rocking. See you very soon!”
For those who can't make the shows -- and there might be a few -- World Wrestling Entertainment will distribute the Dec. 15 show live on Pay-Per-View at 9 p.m., under the title "One More Shot."
Watch the band announce the shows in the video.