The Rolling Stones performed in Munich on Sunday evening. Before the concert, Mick Jagger explored the city – and treated himself to a beer.

Mick Jagger (78) enjoys a beer in Munich! The singer is currently on a European tour with the Rolling Stones. After a successful night in Madrid, the band made a stop in the Bavarian capital on Sunday evening (June 5th). Before the cult rockers went on stage, Jagger took the time to explore Munich. A detour to the beer garden was a must. A clip on Instagram shows the musician toasting his beer. “Cheers Munich,” he wrote.

Photos in Jagger’s Post also show him in the English Garden and at other Munich sights such as the Friedensengel.

Jagger on Charlie Watts: “We miss him very much”

Munich was the second stop of the “Sixty” tour, with which the Rolling Stones want to celebrate six decades together. As the “Münchener Merkur” reports, after just a few minutes, frontman Jagger reminded him of the Stones’ drummer, Charlie Watts (1941-2021), who died last year. “We miss him very much,” the 78-year-old is quoted as saying.

The Rolling Stones continue on June 9 in Liverpool, UK. On July 27th they come back to Germany for another concert – to Gelsenkirchen.