The Rolling Stones wrapped their "50 and Counting" tour with a little help from some friends. The final concert, held in Newark, New Jersey, featured guest performances by Lady Gaga, Bruce Springsteen, The Black Keys, John Mayer, and Gary Clark, Jr.
The Stones jammed to "Gimme Shelter" with Lady Gaga, shown above. Mother Monster strutted on stage sporting an excess of blonde hair, sky-high heels, and a metallic-striped bodysuit. Mick Jagger traded vocals with Gaga, showing off some of his trademark dance moves in the performance.
Recent Grammy nominees The Black Keys joined The Stones for the classic, "Who Do You Love," while John Mayer and Gary Clark, Jr. teamed up with the band for a performance of "Goin' Down." Finally, The Boss lit up the stage in his home state when he was brought on for "Tumbling Dice."
The Rolling Stones played the mini-tour, "50 and Counting," in celebration of their 50th anniversary. The band put on two shows in London in November, one in Brooklyn earlier this month, and two final shows in Newark, wrapping with Saturday night's performance.