Vocalist ‘crushed’ yet hopes to make full recuperation and advises fans to keep tickets
Sir Mick Jagger has said he is “crushed” to let down fans after the Rolling Stones declared they were delaying a voyage through the US and Canada while the frontman looks for medicinal treatment.
The artist, 75, has been told by specialists that he can’t go on visit right now yet has been prompted that he is relied upon to make a full recuperation. No further subtleties of his condition were given.
An announcement from the gathering stated: “Sadly today the Rolling Stones have needed to report the deferment of their up and coming US/Canada visit dates – we apologize for any burden this causes the individuals who have tickets to appears however wish to console fans to clutch these current tickets, as they will be substantial for rescheduled dates, which will be declared in no time.
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“Mick has been exhorted by specialists that he can’t go on visit as of now, as he needs medicinal treatment.
“The specialists have prompted Mick that he is required to influence a total recuperation with the goal that he to can get back in front of an audience as quickly as time permits.”
Jagger composed on Twitter: “I’m so sorry to learn our fans in America and Canada with tickets. I truly despise letting you down this way. I’m crushed for deferring the visit yet I will buckle down to be back in front of an audience when I can. By and by, tremendous conciliatory sentiments to everybody.”
The band were because of commencement the US and Canada leg of their No Filter visit at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida on 20 April , completing at the Burl’s Creek Even Grounds in Ontario, Canada, on 29 June.
Visit advertisers AEG Presents and Concerts West have exhorted ticketholders to clutch their current tickets since will be legitimate for the rescheduled dates.