Mick Jagger announced in a video posted on Twitter on Monday that the Rolling Stones will return to the stage in Milan on Tuesday to continue the European tour of their 60e anniversary.
Posted yesterday at 3:36 p.m.
Mick Jagger announced last Monday that he had received a positive diagnosis of COVID-19 and he had to leave the Johan Cruyff Arena in Amsterdam “ill”, according to the organizers of the show.
The 78-year-old singer apologizes in the video for the “inconvenience” caused by the cancellation of the shows. “We’ll be on stage in Milan on Tuesday, so see you there,” he added.
The Amsterdam concert has been postponed to July 7, but no date has yet been set for Bern.