The Rolling Stones Postpone Second Show After Mick Jagger’s COVID-19 Diagnosis
Jagger and Co. are expected to be suitabled for a return to the stage next Tuesday (June 21) for the slated show at San Siro Stadium in Milan, Italy.
The Rolling Stones will junk another European tour day as frontman Mick Jagger recoups from COVID-19 signs and symptoms.
The Stones will delay their scheduled show this Friday night (June 17) at Wankdorf Stadium in the Swiss capital Bern, a statement reviews.
The legendary rock band is “deeply sorry for this postponement, but the safety and security of the audience, fellow musicians and also the touring crew has to take priority,” continues the message, issued Tuesday (June 14).
Jagger and Co. are anticipated to be suitabled for a return to the stage next Tuesday (June 21) when the Stones visit San Siro Stadium in Milan, Italy, and also the Switzerland day will certainly be rescheduled at a later time.
— The Rolling Stones (@RollingStones) June 14, 2022
Earlier today, representatives for the Rock And Roll Hall of Famers revealed a performance at Amsterdam’s Johan Cruijff Arena would be postponed when Jagger checked positive for COVID-19.
The band’s present European Sixty expedition is a party of their magnificent career, which covers 60 years as well as continues to roll along.
The jaunt notes the band’s very first full-scale run considering that the fatality of drummer Charlie Watts last summertime, with substitute Steve Jordan filling out behind the set.
The Euro swing begins the heels of the Stones’ highest-grossing U.S. No Filter arena excursion, which featured sales of majority a million tickets in the fall of 2021.
The Sixty run is slated to complete with a July 31 program at Friends Arena in Stockholm, Sweden.