Rolling Stones offer fans chance to get what they want - for a price

Proceeds from the €20,000 experience will go to charity

Rolling Stones offer fans chance to get what they want - for a price

Rolling Stones front man Mick Jagger live on stage in the Netherlands, 17-10-2017. Image: Utrecht Robin/ABACAPRESS.COM/ABACA/PA

Rolling Stones fans are being offered a once-in-a-lifetime chance to meet the legendary rockers when they return to Dublin this summer – provided they have a spare €20,000 lying around.

Tickets for the legendary rockers Croke Park show are due to go on sale tomorrow morning.

Ahead of the release the band are offering a special premium package that includes a pre-show reception, concert tickets, a custom picked merchandise bag, a face-to-face meeting with the band and a personal photo to remember it all.

The €20,000 experience is being offered by travel organisers IfOnly and is available at a number of the band’s tour dates around Europe.

Rolling Stones guitarists Ron Wood and Keith Richards live on stage in the Netherlands, 17-10-2017. Image: Utrecht Robin/ABACAPRESS.COM/ABACA/PA

Proceeds from the experience will benefit Community Links – a multi-purpose community charity based in east London.

Dublin City Council agreed to allow the Croke Park date to go ahead yesterday – the fourth major concert planned for the venue this year

Residents have criticised the decision.

The ‘No Filter’ European tour will see the Rolling Stones rattling off hits from their 55 years at the peak of rock and roll.

Tickets go on sale at 9am tomorrow.