The Rolling Stones officially turn 50 on Thursday.
The band played their first show at London's Marquee Club on July 12, 1962.
On the eve of the big 5-0, the BBC reports Stones' guitarist Keith Richards says the band have met up for "a couple of rehearsals."
While rumors of a 50th Anniversary tour have been circulating for a number of years, Richards would not go so far as to say when the quartet would be performing in public again.
"There's things in the works - I think it's definitely happening," he told the BBC. "But when? I can't say yet. We're playing around with the idea and had a couple of rehearsals - we've got together and it feels so good."
The Stones last world tour, A Bigger Bang, played to 4.5m people in 32 countries over two years before it finished in London in 2007.
With ticket sales of $558m (£360m), it was the most profitable tour of all time, until it was eclipsed by U2's 360 tour last year.
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