Rolling Stones postpone New Orleans show after tropical storm

For the second time this year, The Rolling Stones have had to postpone a show in New Orleans.

But unlike their spring date, which was pulled because Mick Jagger had to undergo heart valve replacement surgery, this Sunday's show has been moved to Monday because of Tropical Storm Barry. 

The band, who are in the Crescent City, issued a statement saying, "We’re here with you -- we’ll get through this together."

Mick Jagger posted this on Twitter:

New Orleans we’re going to be caught in a crossfire hurricane but we’re staying to play the show on Monday night, so stay safe and see you all then.

Sunday's tickets for the Superdome will be honored Monday.

 
Big 95 Morning Show

Big 95 Morning Show

Want to know more about Big 95 Morning Show? Get their official bio, social pages and articles on Big 95! Read more

title

Content Goes Here