Mick Jagger has COVID-19

Mick Jagger, vocalist for The Rolling Stones (Reuters)

Mick Jagger has coronavirus. For this reason, the Rolling Stones had to postpone the recital of their Sixty tour, which would take place in Amsterdam this Monday.

“Unfortunately I tested positive for COVID-19,” announced the singer on social media. “We would like to reschedule the date as soon as possible and return as soon as possible.”the vocalist of the group explained in his message.

“Thank you for your understanding and patience.”he added in his statement.

Mick Jagger's message to his fans
Mick Jagger’s message to his fans

“The Rolling Stones deeply regret the delay tonight, but the safety of the audience, the musicians and the tour team must be a priority,” the group said in a statement.

Jagger, 78, had symptoms after arriving at the Johan Cruyff Arena in Amsterdam, the group said.

Representatives of Mojo Concerts, who had organized the show in the Netherlands, informed the audience at the stadium about what happened. an hour and a half before the time set for the start of the presentation.

Jagger “I can’t sing, I can’t play”said the announcer. “There’s no show tonight.”

Amsterdam was to be the fourth stop on the Stones Sixty European tour after a performance in Liverpool on Thursday.

(With information from Reuters)

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