The 50 and Counting tour didn't have exactly the same program throughout--comparing the O2 in November and Chicago in May, for instance, some of the pics and text had been changed. It was mostly the same, however.
Can anyone remember the Voodoo Lounge tv-footage which shows Mick preparing for the show, giving us a tour backstage? At some vip-lounge he picks up a tour programme saying: "this is such crap", or something along that line.
What's the programme aspect in that booklet anyway? Saying who's onstage? A real 'programme' would state the name of the warmup and the time they're on, the time the Stones are on, the time they're off, that there's no break and that a Pepsi costs 2,50. But none of that info is on a programme.
It's just a silly booklet of pics. I've seen musical programmebooklets, and they're just pics and some romantic positive stories concerning to coming into being of the production. That's it.
And what pics? Quality pics? Look at the one on the upper right side of toru's last image. At the bottom, the shoes are cut off! Instead, you get big shoes at the top! Horrible amateurism.