Today the band The Rolling Stones issued a statement where they report that Mick Jagger tested positive for Covid-19, so tonight’s performance of the band must be rescheduled. The Stones are in the midst of a European tour, the first in 60 years without their legendary drummer, Charly Watts. The first concert was in Madrid before a crowd and today the band was to perform in Amsterdam.Jagger, along with the band, arrived at the stadium when he began to feel bad. After announcing symptoms compatible with the Coronavirus, the production took the stage to communicate that the show could not be performed. After this misfortune, from the official networks they published a statement, informing that the singer tested positive for Covid-19. In turn, they asked for deep apologies for the last-minute cancellation and assured: “the safety of the public, our fellow musicians and the employees of the tour” are their priority.
Finally, they informed that they will perform in Amsterdam in the future and that for that show the tickets purchased for the scheduled on Monday will serve. Amsterdam was to be the fourth stop on the “Stones Sixty” European tour, following an appearance in Liverpool on Thursday.