The Rolling Stones postponed their show in Amsterdam after their frontman Mick Jagger said on Monday. He had caught up with Covid and forced the band to cancel their last performance. In a Twitter statement, Jagger said: “I’m sorry we had to postpone the show in Amsterdam last night for such a brief announcement.” “Unfortunately, I recently had a positive test for COVID. We intend to move the deadline as soon as possible and we will get back to you as soon as possible. “
Mick Jagger had a positive covid test with the arrival of the show in the Netherlands . The Swiss show has now been postponed as well. The legendary British band began their European tour with performances in Madrid on June 1, six decades after their founding. The “Sixty” tour included 14 concerts across the continen. And followed on from the “No Filter” tour, which began in 2017, but the North American section was postponed due to the pandemic.
They ended the tour last year despite the death of drummer Charlie Watts, who died in August at the age of 80. The band has also postponed performing this Friday at the Wankdorf Stadium in Bern, Switzerland.
The “Sixty” tour included 14 concerts across the continent. Followed by the “No Filter” tour, which began in 2017. But the North American tour was postponed due to the pandemic. They ended the tour last year. Despite of the death of drummer Charlie Watts, who died in August at the age of 80. Vaccinated against Covid, Jagger released a new song in April – “Easy Sleazy” – which he recorded at home while blocking the coronavirus.