Mick Jagger tests positive for COVID-19, Amsterdam Rolling Stones concert postponed

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After Mick Jagger's positive test for COVID-19 on Monday, The Rolling Stones cancelled their concert in Amsterdam.

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They said that the Rolling Stones were deeply sorry about tonight's postponement but that the safety of the audience, fellow musicians, and the touring crew must take precedence.

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The band stated that Jagger, now 78, had suffered from symptoms following his arrival at Amsterdam's Johan Cruijff Arena.

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Mojo Concerts representatives, who had organized the appearance of the band in the Netherlands, appeared on stage to inform the crowd at Arena (a football stadium) an hour before the concert was to start.

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Fans were told by an unnamed announcer that he couldn't sing and couldn't play.

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"There is no show tonight...it is what it IS." After an appearance in Liverpool on Thursday, Amsterdam was to be the fourth European stop of the "Stones Sixty Tour".

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