Mick Jagger is set to resume touring with The Rolling Stones after recovering from COID-19.
The legendary rock band had to cancel two concerts last week after Jagger tested positive for the virus.
A gig in Amsterdam has since been rescheduled for next month while the performance in Bern, Switzerland has been cancelled completely.
Earlier today, the Stones confirmed that their tour will resume on 21 June in Milan, Italy.
Jagger also posted a message to fans and thanked them for their support.
The rockstar said: “Hi everyone, thanks so much for all your lovely messages – I really appreciate them. I’m sorry for the inconvenience about the shows. But we’ll be on stage in Milan on Tuesday – see you there.”
The band had earlier said that Jagger was "doing great" despite catching the virus. The 78-year-old last updated fans on 15 June where he said he was dong "much better" and aimed to return to the stage soon.
The Rolling Stones are set to play two concerts in London this summer as part of their 60th anniversary celebrations.
The band will perform as part of Hyde Park's British Summer Time concert series on 25 June and 3 July.
The gigs will feature support from the likes of Sam Fender, Phoebe Bridgers, The War on Drugs and Courtney Barnett.
They will also be performing in London for the first time since the death of drummer Charlie Watts last year.
Replacing Watts on drums is long-time Keith Richards associate Steve Jordan who has also played with Eric Clapton, John Mayer and Bob Dylan.
Jordan was originally set to temporarily replace Watts on the US leg of the band's 2021 tour as the later was recovering from a heart procedure.
Watts died two weeks later and The Rolling Stones said they would continue touring with Jordan on drums.
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