Mick Jagger Tests Positive For Covid-19 Amsterdam Rolling Stones Concert Postponed

The Rolling Stones have postponed a concert in Amsterdam on Monday, the band said in a statement. When lead singer Mick Jagger tested positive for COVID-19.

78-year-old Jagger experiences symptoms after arriving at Arena

“The Rolling Stones are deeply sorry for tonight’s postponement. But the safety of the audience, fellow musicians, and touring crew will have to be a priority,” they said. The band said Jagger, 78, developed symptoms after arriving at Amsterdam’s Johan Cruz Arena. Representatives from Mojo Concerts, which organized the band’s appearance in the Netherlands, took to the stage to inform the audience at a football stadium arena, an hour and a half before the concert began.

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Mick Jagger tested positive for Covid-19

Amsterdam was the fourth stop in the “Stones Sixty” European Tour, following an appearance in Liverpool on Thursday. Sir Mick Jagger has tested positive for Covid-19. This prompted The Rolling Stones to cancel a performance in Amsterdam.

The band stated that the show would be rescheduled at the Johann Cruyff Arena and that they were “deeply sorry”. Sir Mick, 78, added in a message to fans: “Thank you for your patience and understanding.”

New date for original show tickets after the show is postponed

The band is currently on their Sixties tour, where they planned to play 14 shows in 10 European countries. After the show is postponed, tickets for the original show will be awarded for the new date. The Stones had already played three of their tour dates, one of which was at Anfield in Liverpool, UK.

A statement from the band said: “Following Mick Jagger testing positive after experiencing COVID symptoms upon arrival at the stadium, the Rolling Stones have been asked to call off tonight’s concert in Amsterdam at the Johan Cruyff Arena. has been forced.

“Deeply sorry to the Rolling Stones for tonight’s postponement

“The Rolling Stones are deeply sorry for tonight’s postponement, but the safety of the audience, fellow musicians, and touring crew must be a priority”. A further two dates are planned in the UK as part of a music festival, BST Hyde Park. They are scheduled to play on June 25 and July 2.

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