The band around Mick Jagger and Keith Richards is attracting fans to Munich’s Olympic Stadium today. She celebrates her 60th band anniversary with a concert.

The Rolling Stones are back in Germany: This Sunday (7.30 p.m.) Mick Jagger and his bandmates are giving the first of two Germany concerts in Munich’s Olympic Stadium.

They started their European tour for the 60th band anniversary just a few days ago in Madrid in front of around 45,000 fans – with a homage to Charlie Watts, the band’s drummer who died last year, and many old hits like “(I can’t get no) Satisfaction», «Honky Tonk Women», «Jumpin’ Jack Flash», «Sympathy for the Devil» or «Sad Sad Sad».

After the performance in Munich, another concert in Germany is planned among the 14 shows of the “Sixty” tour, namely on July 27 in the Veltins Arena in Gelsenkirchen. The end of the tour should then be four days later in Stockholm.

The last tour?

Shortly before the start of the anniversary tour, guitarist Ronnie Wood had spoken in an interview about a possible farewell to the legendary rock band from the big stage. He needs his full energy in the summer, Wood told the Spanish edition of Esquire magazine. “After all, we are facing the last tour.” When asked what he meant by that, Wood backtracked a bit. «Well, every tour is the last. You never know what’s going to happen next.”

Frontman Mick Jagger and guitarist Keith Richards are 78 years old. Wood, who celebrated his birthday in Madrid at the start of the tour and joined the band 47 years ago, is the youngest member of the band at 75.