Mick Jagger Apologizes For Postponing The Rolling Stones Show Due To His COVID Diagnosis
The Rolling Stones’ lead vocalist Mick Jagger recently shared a statement on his Instagram account about the postponement of the Amsterdam show as he tested positive for COVID-19.
The Rolling Stones have packed many albums and tours into their music career of more than 50 years. The past years have not kept them off stage. They still continue to organize tours to meet their fans. The band announced in March 2022 that they would hit the road on June 1 for the upcoming tour. The ‘Sixty Tour‘ was scheduled to begin on June 1 in Madrid, Spain, and end on July 31, 2022, in Stockholm, Sweden. It would also be the first tour headed without drummer Charlie Watts, who passed away in 2021.
The group has performed their most popular songs during these live shows. Also, the band members and the audience have lived special moments throughout the tour. During a recent performance in Liverpool, Mick Jagger made a speech about The Beatles and paid them a tribute by singing ‘I Wanna Be Your Man.’
While the tour has continued with all its excitement, there came news from Jagger recently. The frontman announced on his official Instagram account that they had to postpone the Amsterdam show because he tested positive for COVID-19. Jagger expressed his sadness about the sudden postponement. The vocalist said they would reschedule the tour program and go back out there as soon as possible.
Mick Jagger wrote on Instagram:
“I’m sorry that we’ve had to postpone the Amsterdam show with such short notice tonight. I have, unfortunately, just tested positive for COVID. We aim to reschedule the date ASAP and get back as soon as we can. Thank you all for your patience and understanding.”
You can see the Instagram post below.