The Rolling Stones announce a rescheduled date for the No Filter Tour stop at the Rose Bowl

Looks like The Rolling Stones camp was fully confident that its leader, 75-year-old rocker Mick Jagger, would make a full recovery following a heart surgery that postponed the original dates of the band’s No Filter Stadium Tour.

Jagger & Co. were originally scheduled to hit the Rose Bowl in Pasadena on May 11, but announced on Thursday morning, May 16, that they’d be back on the road and will now come to the venue on Aug. 22. All previously purchased tickets will be honored on the new date. Those unable to attend the new show date can go to for a full refund.

Back in March, Jagger himself took to Twitter to let the fans know how disappointed he was in having to let the fans down. “I’m devastated for having to postpone the tour but I will be working very hard to be back on stage as soon as I can,” he said.

On Wednesday, Jagger uploaded a video of him dancing to the Wombats’ “Techno Fan” to Instagram and though the post went up without a caption, it was pretty clear that Jagger was ready to jam again and fans were speculating new tour dates would be announced soon. The tour kicks off on June 21 at Soldier Field in Chicago and darts across the country before finally wrapping up at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami on Aug. 31.


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