Mick Jagger quarantined with COVID-19, second Rolling Stones show canceled
Rolling Stones vocalist Mick Jagger remains in quarantine in the Netherlands after testing positive for COVID-19, an agent told Reuters on Tuesday, including the band will certainly miss a second program on its “Stones Sixty” European excursion.
Jagger experienced symptoms after coming to Amsterdam’s Johan Cruyff Arena and Monday’s performance was canceled at the last minute.
A performance set up for Friday in Bern, Switzerland, has actually been held off to a later date, the band said in a statement.
A speaker said Jagger, 78, was adhering to a five-day quarantining duration in the Netherlands.
Amsterdam was the fourth stop in the tour and complied with an appearance in Liverpool on Thursday.
” The Stones Milan reveal on Tuesday, June 21 at San Siro Stadium goes on and also will happen as set up,” a declaration stated. DC