The Rolling Stones have been forced to cancel their Amsterdam concert hours before it was set to start as Sir Mick Jagger has been stricken with Covid.
He tested positive earlier today (13.06.22) after developing symptoms as he arrived at the Johan Cruijff Arena in the Dutch capital.
The group, which also features guitarist Keith Richards, 78, and Ronnie Wood, 75, with Steve Jordan, 65, on drums, are on their Sixty tour to mark six decades together.
Consisting of 14 shows in 10 countries across Europe, it is set to see Sir Mick, 78, and age group perform in Bern, Switzerland, on Friday, June 17 and Milan, Italy, on Tuesday June 21.
The Stones are also due to appear at Hyde Park, London, on Saturday, June 25.