The Rolling Stones postpone concert at the last minute: Mick Jagger hit by corona

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The Rolling Stones are currently touring with their Sixty tour, visiting no less than ten countries around Europe.

On Monday, the trip had reached Amsterdam – but at the last minute the band had to postpone the concert.

This is because lead singer Mick Jagger has tested positive for coronavirus. The star writes this in a post on his Instagram profile, where he regrets the late cancellation.

‘We strive to find a new date as soon as possible. Thank you all for your patience and understanding, ‘the 78-year-old singer writes in the post.


Mick Jagger is affected by corona.

Mick Jagger is affected by corona.
Photo: CARL RECINE

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The star’s commentary track is also full of well-meaning words and lots of hearts.

According to Mirror it was when Mick Jagger arrived at the Johan Cruijff Arena in the Dutch capital on Monday that he developed symptoms of the virus.

In addition to Mick Jagger, The Rolling Stones consists of guitarists Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood and Steve Jordan on drums.

So far, according to the tour schedule, the band will be visiting Bern in Switzerland as early as June 17. Whether this is possible is still unknown.

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