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Mick's back in full form (check the video) and the Rolling Stones show is back on near Barrie

You've got to see the video of 75-year-old Mick Jagger moving like a man 50 years younger
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The Rolling Stones are coming to Burl's Creek Saturday June 29.

BARRIE — The Rolling Stones show will go on, after all.

In May, the Stones announced their No Filter tour was being postponed because their lead singer, Mick Jagger, required heart valve surgery.

The iconic band announced this morning that Jagger is recovered and the concert will be staged at Burl's Creek Park in between Barrie and Orillia on June 29 - the originally scheduled date.

It is the lone Canadian date on the Stones' North American tour.

Close to 70,000 fans of the legendary band purchased tickets for the show in the days after the concert was announced in February.

Those who purchased tickets were urged to keep them for use when the show was re-scheduled.

However, according to Burl's Creek officials, there are tickets available for the show. They are available on Ticketmaster.

No other information has been released.

On Wednesday, Jagger tweeted a short video of him rehearsing for the upcoming tour. You've never seen a 75-year-old move like this. Check out the video below.

 




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