No Satisfaction: The Rolling Stones’ anniversary tour is suddenly interrupted. Mick Jagger has Corona and cannot perform in Amsterdam.

The Rolling Stones concert in Amsterdam was canceled at the last moment. Lead singer Mick Jagger (78) is infected with the corona virus, as announced by concert organizer Mojo.

Jagger had just been diagnosed with the virus and had just left the room sick. The singer apologized on Facebook in the evening for the short-term cancellation. “Thank you all for your patience and understanding,” he wrote.

The British rock band was scheduled to take the stage at 8.45pm at the Johan Cruijff Arena in Amsterdam. According to the organizer, the concert should be rescheduled. However, a date has not yet been set.

It is still unclear what Jagger’s illness will have for the other planned concerts of the Stones tour. A performance in Bern was scheduled for Friday and in Milan for the next week. At the end of the month, the famous band is scheduled to perform in London.