The Rolling Stones canceled this Monday the concert they planned to offer tonight in Amsterdam after their leader and singer, Mick jaggerhas tested positive for coronavirus.
In a statement, the British rock band explained that the 78-year-old vocalist underwent a test after “experience symptoms of covid to arrive at the stadium” Johan Cruijff Arena.
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The group asked “profound apologies” for being forced to cancel the concert, but “The safety of the public, our fellow musicians and tour employees must be a priority”they stressed.
Representatives of Mojo Concerts, which had organized the show in the Netherlands, informed the public present at the stadium of what had happened an hour and a half before the time set for the start of the presentation.
jagger “can’t sing, can’t play”said an announcer. “There is no show tonight”.
Amsterdam was to be the fourth stop on the ‘Stones Sixty’ European tour, following Thursday’s performance in Liverpool.
The Stones assured that they will find a new date to offer another recital in Amsterdam in the future, for which the tickets that had already been sold for today will be used.