The Rolling Stones frontrunner Mick Jagger is diagnosed with Covid-19 and had substantial symptoms. He has also currently isolated himself.
The 78-year-old singer had developed symptoms of coronavirus after his arrival at the Johan Cruijff Arena in Amsterdam.
The band members featuring guitarists Ronnie Wood and Keith Richards, and drummer Steve Jordan are said to be doing fine and none of them have contracted it from their band members.
The Rolling Stones has postponed its second concert on the European tour, confirming to the fans that a new later date will be announced to compensate.
The Rolling Stones announced that they are postponing the 17th June concert at the Wankdorf Stadium in Bern because of the Covid-19 diagnosis of Mick Jagger.
The legendary music band stated that they are “deeply sorry for this postponement, but the safety of the audience, fellow musicians, and the touring crew has to take priority.”
It is expected that The Rolling Stones will make a comeback on stage at the next scheduled concert i.e. on the 21st of June at the San Siro Stadium located in Milan, Italy.
The scheduled concert at the Johan Cruijff Arena, Amsterdam of the rock and roll hall of fame band, was also postponed because of Mick Jagger contracting Covid-19.
The band is currently on a European tour titled – Sixty. It is a celebration of their six decades-long careers as they continue to rock the world with their music. The tour comprises 14 shows to be performed in 10 different countries across Europe.
This is their first full stint on a large scale since the death of the original drummer of the band Charlie Watts last year. He has been replaced by Steve Jordan on the tour. The Euro tour of the band, sixty is scheduled to be wrapped up on the 31st of July at the Friends Arena, Stockholm, Sweden.