It's official; the Rolling Stone have announced their long-rumored 50th anniversary concerts -- a pair of shows on either side of the Atlantic, starting November 25 and 29 at the O2 Arena in London and continuing December 13 ad 15 at the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J. The shows will be the Stones' first in five years and will be produced by Virgin Live, and the second New Jersey show will be a pay-per-view telecast by WWE entitled "One More Shot." In a video announcing the four shows, Stones frontman Mick Jagger said that, "Everybody loves a celebration, and London and New York are two good places to do it in," while guitarist Keith Richards added, "Sorry to keep you all hanging around, but he waiting is over. I've always said the best place to rock and roll is on stage, and the same is true for the Stones." The announcement also promised the shows will be "another groundbreaking visual landmark in Stones history" with "an all-new, custom-built set design, with a stage based on the band's ubiquitous and celebrated tongue and lips logo." The show will also feature "integral video screens and effects enhancing the sort of high-octane adventure for which the band's concerts have been famous for decades." Tickets for London go on sale October 19, while the New Jersey shows go on sale October 26, with information available at the Stones official web site. The group is also rumored to be playing more shows in 2012, including possibly headlining the famed Glastonbury Festival in England. The shows come in the wake of a number of Stones 50th anniversary releases, including: "The Rolling Stones 50" coffee table book, October 16 in the U.S.; the documentary "The Rolling Stones: Charlie Is My Darling -- Ireland 1965" on DVD November 6; the "GRRR!" greatest hits set with two new songs, November 13; and the "Crossfire Hurricane" documentary rolls out November 15 on HBO after an October 18 launch in Great Britain.