Rolling Stones Rock Glastonbury
The Rolling Stones took the stage at Britain’s Glastonbury Festival on Saturday (June 29th) for the first time in their long career. The group opened their performance with “Jumpin’ Jack Flash” to the delight of the 135,000 festival-goers.
In addition to their classic hits, the Stone threw in some new material, including a song specifically written for the Festival gig called “Glastonbury Girl.”
Before the concert, Mick tweeted a picture of himself in front of a yurt, where he reportedly spent the night.
Billboard reports that Mick was at the Festival on Friday (June 28th) to catch that night’s headliners, Arctic Monkeys.
The Stones wrapped up the U.S. leg of their 50 And Counting tour in Washington, D.C. last week.