Rolling Stones fans might not have to wait until November 25 to hear the group play live. Speaking to Britain's New Musical Express, guitarist Ronnie Wood hinted that the group is planning some warm-up dates for its 50th anniversary arena shows in London and Newark, New Jersey. "There's going to be little club gigs that we're gonna surprise ourselves to do as well," Wood told the magazine. "We'll bung a few in next week or the week after, so look out for any Cockroaches gigs or whatever! I don't know who we'll be billed as but we'll turn up somewhere and put a few to the test. Tiny, 200, 300 people kind of places." NME theorizes that the shows will take place in Paris. The Stones' London dates on November 25 and 29 sold out in seven minutes; tickets go on sale Friday (October 26th) for the New Jersey shows. As for rehearsals, Wood said that the Stones are "making a concentrated effort of being there on time every day. We start at three o'clock in the afternoon. We go through to dinnertime. We have one break and so far everything has been an operation, nose to the grindstone. We wanna give 200 percent." He also said that he hopes the group, which is planning more shows for 2013, will sign on for England's legendary Glastonbury festival, as has been rumored: "There's been no mention of it, but I'm gonna bring it up. They'll probably go 'get out of here Woody, shut up, no!' I don't care, I always take risks like that, so I'll put it forward. I have great respect for (Glastonbury) because it is an institution, that there frolic in the mud. No festival would be complete without the mud! The ghost of Woodstock, I regard it as."