Chicago will be the first stop on the rescheduled American tour for one of the biggest bands ever, The Rolling Stones. The “No Filter” Tour was postponed for six weeks after Mick Jagger underwent heart surgery. Jagger underwent a heart procedure to replace a valve, and according to the sources, the doctors were very pleased with the outcome as well as Jagger’s overall health. He most certainly is back and seems to be in fantastic shape, according to the video musician posted on the social networks.
Jagger danced to “Techno Fan” by the Wombats less than six weeks after the procedure showing off that he is not your usual 75-year-old man. Delighted fans were glad to see that the king is back and just 24 hours later, more great news, and this time about the tour.
The tour’s focus is the last album “Honk,” which includes 36 tracks from each of their studio albums since 1971. Bonus live tracks have special guests like Dave Grohl and Florence Welch, so if you still haven’t seen the iconic Stones live, this is your chance. Considering that the members aren’t getting younger, this might be the last world tour, but knowing the Stones, there will be rocking well until they are in the 90s.
The band’s “No Filter” world tour started in September 2017 with a concert in Hamburg, Germany and it will end in Miami, this August.