Wednesday, August 3, 2022

The Rolling Stones wrap up 60th anniversary tour in Berlin

The Rolling Stones wrapped up their 60th anniversary European tour in Berlin, Germany on August 3.

The event saw the 2022 debut of the 1976 track, “Fool To Cry”, and the “Exile On Main St.” classic, “All Down The Line’, during the final show of the series; the group have played a selection of fan favorites from the 1972 album during the tour, including “Sweet Virginia”, “Rocks Off”, “Happy” and “Tumbling Dice.”

“Thank you for an amazing end to this tour Berlin!,” shared the band on social media. “We’ve had an incredible time celebrating Sixty years of the Stones across Europe this summer! Thank you to you all!”

The two-month European trek – which opened in Madrid, Spain on June 1 – hit a snag early on when a positive COVID-19 test by Mick Jagger postponed a June 13 appearance in Amsterdam and a June 17 date in Bern, Switzerland, with the former show being rescheduled and the latter ultimately cancelled due to scheduling issues.

The 14-concert “Sixty” run also saw the group pay tribute to The Beatles in Liverpool and play two nights in London’s Hyde Park on June 25 and July 3.

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