Concert cancellations due to Corona: Mick Jagger on the mend

At the beginning of the week, the Rolling Stones had to cancel their concert - the band's singer had Corona.

Concert cancellations due to Corona: Mick Jagger on the mend

At the beginning of the week, the Rolling Stones had to cancel their concert - the band's singer had Corona. Now Mick Jagger is reporting with a health update: He is already "much better" - he wants to be back on stage next week.

Mick Jagger has given his fans a health update. The Rolling Stones singer was infected with the corona virus. Now he shared a message on Instagram, among other things, in which he explained how he was doing.

"Thank you for your get well wishes and messages over the past few days," Jagger wrote. "I'm doing much better and can't wait to get back on stage next week! The Amsterdam date has been postponed to July 7th and we will have news about the new Bern date as soon as possible. See you soon!"

The concert in Amsterdam was planned for last Monday and was canceled at short notice because Mick Jagger had contracted the corona virus. According to the band, he showed symptoms upon arrival at the Johan Cruyff Arena and was then tested.

Jagger also took a stand on Instagram and apologized for the cancellation of the gig: "Unfortunately I tested positive for Covid. We are trying to reschedule the date as soon as possible and come back as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience and your understanding."

The British band opened their "Sixty" tour of Europe on June 1 with a concert in Madrid. With the tour she celebrates her 60th anniversary. The program includes 14 performances in ten countries, including cities such as Milan, London, Brussels and Liverpool. It is not yet clear whether these concerts can take place as planned. The next appearance is planned in Bern. The Rolling Stones want to perform in Milan next week and in London at the end of the month.

Jagger, who is vaccinated against Covid-19, launched a new song in April 2021 - 'Easy Sleazy' - which he recorded at home during lockdown. That same month, the Rolling Stones performed their 1969 classic You Can't Always Get What You Want in a virtual performance.

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