LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Some Rolling Stones fans were set for a special treat Wednesday night as the famed rock band was expected to play a surprise set at a small Hollywood venue in preparation for an upcoming North American tour.

Only about 1,200 fast-typing fans secured tickets for the show, in which the bank was is expected to play every song from its “Sticky Fingers” album, which is being re-released in a deluxe edition including bonus tracks.

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The Stones announced the show via their official Twitter account and the band’s website, which said only that a “Los Angeles Club Show” would be held in the 90028 ZIP code.

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Social media chatter indicated that the performance would be held at the Fonda Theater at 6126 Hollywood Boulevard.

Tickets – which reportedly cost $5 – went on sale online at noon and sold out with minutes.

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But if you miss tonight’s show, don’t stop yet: the Stones will play San Diego and 14 other U.S. cities as part of their ZIP CODE tour.