Don’t have a 19th nervous breakdown. But the Rolling Stones are postponing their No Filter Tour for the second consecutive year, including a May 16 show at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.
Last year, the Stones delayed their tour because frontman Mick Jagger had a heart procedure. But they rescheduled everything and old Mick seemed stronger than ever.
The 2020 North American tour was slated to start May 8 in San Diego. Minneapolis was to be the third stop on a 15-show trek. The coronavirus pandemic has derailed the planned concerts.
No word yet on a rescheduled date but promoters and stadium officials say tickets will be honored for the makeup show, or refunds are available at place of purchase.
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