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The Rolling Stones have been forced to postpone an additional show in light of Mick Jagger’s recent bout with COVID.
Just a day after canceling their show in Amsterdam, the rockers have postponed a second show in Bern, Switzerland, scheduled for Friday night.
“The Rolling Stones are deeply sorry for this postponement, but the safety of the audience, fellow musicians and the touring crew must come first,” the band said in a statement on Twitter on Tuesday.
The Bern show will be postponed to a later date, while a performance in Milan scheduled for Tuesday will continue as planned.
Jager, 78 years old, announced Monday that he had tested positive for COVID and therefore should cancel the Rolling Stones show that night.
“I’m so sorry that we had to postpone the Amsterdam show on such short notice tonight. Unfortunately, I have just tested positive for COVID,” he said. wrote in a Twitter post. “We aim to reschedule the date as soon as possible and return as soon as possible. Thank you all for your patience and understanding. Mick.”
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The band wrote on Instagram that their legendary frontman started showing symptoms “upon arriving at the stadium.”
The “Satisfaction” rockers kicked off their European tour in Madrid on June 1, and it will wrap up in Stockholm, Sweden, on July 31.
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Last week, Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood performed in Liverpool, England, in a show that had a very special member in the audience: Jagger’s 5-year-old son, Deveraux.
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The singer’s girlfriend, Melanie Hamrick, shared a sweet video on her Instagram Story of Deveraux dancing backstage at “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” show while wearing a Rolling Stones t-shirt.
“Vibes,” Hamrick, 35, wrote alongside the video.