Mick Jagger and his rocker bandmates are offering their Extra Licks concert from 23 years ago available for streaming online for the very first time this coming weekend.
May 30, 2020
The Rolling Stones are taking fans back 23 years for their latest Extra Licks concert by making footage of a 1997 gig available digitally for the first time.
In the penultimate week of the group's YouTube flashbacks series, Mick Jagger and his bandmates will offer up their full show from the Chicago, Illinois stop on their "Bridges to Babylon" Tour.
The gig will be available to livestream on the Stones' YouTube channel from 3 P.M. ET on Sunday, May 31, 2020.
Also up for grabs among livestream fans this weekend is KISS FM international's #RadioRave event, featuring David Guetta and Martin Garrix's among the big-name DJs set to perform.
The U.K. radio station is teaming up with partner networks across Europe on Saturday for the five-hour dance music marathon.
DJs Robin Schulz, Majestic, R3HAB, and Joel Corry are also on the bill.
#RadioRave begins at 7 P.M. BST on May 30 and you can listen in via KISS sister networks and The Kiss Kube app, which is available to download on the Apple App Store and via Google Play on Android devices.
Busy Guetta will also be taking part in a livestream performance benefiting the Mayor's Fund to Advance New York City, Feeding America, the World Health Organisation, and Fondation Hopitaux de Paris - Hopitaux de France.