Rascal Flatts are set to be the opening act for the Rolling Stones' upcoming Fourth of July concert at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

"What an incredible honor for us to share the stage with real life rock 'n' roll icons, the Rolling Stones," Jay DeMarcus says. "There are a lot of bucket list moments that you dream up as a performing musician, and this is a pretty wild one to actually have come true. You, in fact, CAN get some satisfaction!”

Ticket prices for the show range from $60 to $396, the latter for a VIP option, with two-night camping passes also available. Tickets can be purchased at IndianapolisMotorSpeedway.com.

The show is part of the Stones' Zip Code Tour, which takes the iconic band to stadiums in 15 North American cities. The tour kicked off in San Diego on May 24 and continues through July 15 at Le Festival d’Été de Québec in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. More information can be found at RollingStones.com.

Rascal Flatts recently released the video for their song "Riot," the third single off of their No. 1 album Rewind. The track was one that the trio all agreed had to end up on the album.

“It came to us after a very long day of having a bunch of song meetings over at Big Machine,” DeMarcus recalls. “We were sitting around with different [song] plugger groups. At the very end of the day, that was one of the last songs to be played. It was just Sara Haze singing with the piano. It just absolutely blew me away.”

Adds Joe Don Rooney, “It’s just such a cool way to say that you’d be lost without that person. Saying it completely different, which is the key to a great song — finding something that is so ordinary, but saying it differently.”

The band is currently on their 2015 Riot Tour with Scotty McCreery. See a list of upcoming dates at RascalFlatts.com.

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