Published: Sat, May 18, 2019

Mick Jagger dances in video one month after heart surgery

Mick Jagger dances in video one month after heart surgery

In May, the Stones announced their No Filter tour was being postponed because their lead singer, Mick Jagger, required heart valve surgery.

The band will also be joined by Juno-winning Toronto rock quartet The Beaches at the Canadian show.

Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood will make good on their postponed South Florida concert by closing out their "No Filter" tour August 31 at Hard Rock Stadium, the band announced Thursday.

Video released on Twitter Wednesday showed him practicing his dance moves.

Jagger tweeted he was "devastated" the band couldn't tour, but said he hoped to be "back on stage as soon I can".

He may be 75-years-old but his well-documented health and fitness regime is not out of line with that of an Olympic athlete a quarter of his age.

The No Filter tour was originally slated to kick off in Miami on April 20.

The rescheduled tour is set to begin in Chicago on June 21 and continue through August. Roughly 70,000 people are expected to pack the 600-acre outdoor site, which is located 15 minutes north of Barrie, for that performance. The list includes several popular cities including New Orleans.

But Philly fans now have a new date to see the Stones.

Organizers have advised ticket holders that their existing tickets are valid for the original dates.

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