Mick Jagger has coronavirus, Amsterdam concert cancelled last minute
Monday night’s concert by the Rolling Stones in Amsterdam has been cancelled because lead singer Mick Jagger has coronavirus.
Jagger, 78, was reportedly already at the Arena stadium when he started to develop symptoms. A coronavirus test then proved positive.
Thousands of people were already in the stadium when the news broke. The doors had opened at 5 pm, with the pre programme due to start at 7.30 pm and the Stones due to take to the stage at 8.45 pm.
Concert Rolling Stones is afgelast!! Mick Jagger is ziek en positief getest op Covid 🥲 #rollingstones pic.twitter.com/qXXhY67N72
— Fabian Nagtzaam (@FabianNagtzaam) June 13, 2022
The Rolling Stones are currently on tour to celebrate their 60th anniversary. The next date on the tour is June 17 in Switzerland.
The band last performed in the Netherlands five years ago. Tickets will remain valid for the new date, which has yet to be decided, the band said in a short statement.
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