The Rolling Stones moved the final show of their No Filter tour in Miami from this Saturday to tonight (Friday) due to Hurricane Dorian.
All tickets will be honored, but there will be no opening act. The concert was originally supposed to kick off the tour in April, but had to be rescheduled because of Mick Jagger's health issues. It's the second time this year that tropical weather has prompted the Stones to reschedule a concert. Last month, they pushed a New Orleans concert back by a day as Tropical Storm Barry approached the area.
In other Stones news, Ronnie Wood has paid tribute to his Rolling Stones bandmates with a new boxed art set. The Band’s Hands contains sketches of the hands of Mick, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and his own. This series is available as a set of four personally hand-signed prints and a signed frontispiece in a presentation box, strictly limited to 150 sets.