Rolling Stones Cancels Las Vegas Show due to Mick Jagger's Laryngitis


Rolling Stones Cancels Las Vegas Show due to Mick Jagger's Laryngitis


The band cancels a concert scheduled for Wednesday night, October 19 at T-Mobile Arena as Mick is advised by doctors to rest his voice.
The Rolling Stones has canceled a concert scheduled for Wednesday night, October 19 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas due to Mick Jagger's laryngitis. The band's frontman is advised by doctors to rest his voice.

"We regret to inform you that the Rolling Stones' concert scheduled for Wednesday, October 19 at T-Mobile Arena has been cancelled," the group say in a statement, "Lead vocalist Mick Jagger has come down with laryngitis and has been advised by doctors to rest his voice. We hope to have information about the possibility of rescheduling this date very soon."

They add, "We encourage ticket holders to wait for that information before seeking refunds. We also hope to have further information about the status of the concert scheduled for Saturday, October 22. The Rolling Stones, T-Mobile Arena, MGM Resorts International, Concerts West and AEG Live apologize for any inconvenience this causes ticket holders."



Mick issues an apology to fans on Twitter, writing, "I'm so sorry about the cancellation of Wednesday's show in Las Vegas, I've got bad laryngitis. I do apologize to everyone who bought tickets."



Earlier this month, Rolling Stones headlined both weekends of Desert Trip in Indio, California. Toward the end of their set on the second weekend, Mick's voice noticeably cracked as he spoke between songs.

The band will release their forthcoming 23rd British and 25th American studio album, "Blue & Lonesome", on December 2. It will be their first studio release in more than a decade since 2005's "A Bigger Bang".


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