Mick Jagger tests positive for covid-19; Rolling Stones postpone concerts

ANDthe concert of the Rolling Stones at Amsterdam’s Johan Cruijff Arena on Monday night was canceled after singer Mick Jagger tested positive for covid-19, organizers and the group announced. However, they promised a new date for the show will be given.

“The Rolling Stones show tonight (June 13, 2022) was canceled“, declared the organizers on their website.

“The singer Mick jagger He has just received a positive diagnosis for covid-19 “, they specified. Mick Jagger, 78, apologized on his account Twitter for the cancellation of the concert.

“I am very sorry that we had to postpone the show of amsterdam with so little to introduce ourselves. Our goal is to reschedule as soon as possible and get back to you as soon as we can. Thank you all for your patience and understanding.” Mick.

“The safety of the public, the other musicians and the team of the tour It must be a priority,” the group stressed on its Twitter account.


The tickets they remain valid for a new date, which will be announced later. The Rolling Stones began a European tour in Madrid at the beginning of June to celebrate their 60th anniversary. It will end on July 31 after 14 concerts in ten countries.

In 2022 the group celebrate the 50th anniversary of one of his most famous albums, “Exile on main street” and 60 years of existence.

The record of birth of the group is fixed by rock critics at their first performance together in July 1962, at the Marquee, in London.

Jagger arrived for the essays at the Johan Cruijff Arena on Monday morning. However, she presented symptoms of covid-19. A subsequent test revealed that she had contracted the virus.


In April 2019, the Rolling Stones were forced to Cancel a slew of shows after Jagger announced that he was suffering from undisclosed health issues.

It was later revealed that the superstar had been rushed to the Hospital New York Presbyterian. In the hospital he underwent heart valve replacement surgery.

He successfully recovered from the main operation and returned to the stage just three months later, he reported andhe new york post.

His bandmate Keith Richard told The Toronto Sun at the time: “He passed it (surgery) very easily. He is in very good shape, rocking. Like I say, it didn’t really seem to be a problem.”

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Mick Jagger tests positive for covid-19; Rolling Stones postpone concerts