The Rolling Stones Forced to Delay New Orleans Concert Due to Hurricane Barry
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In a statement about the one-day postponement, the Mick Jagger-fronted band assures fans that they will be able to use their July 14 tickets to see them performing on the make-up date.

AceShowbiz - The Rolling Stones have postponed their Sunday, July 14 show in New Orleans, Louisiana in an effort to avoid a big storm.

Hurricane Barry is set to lash the region over the weekend and the rockers have opted to move the show to Monday.

"UPDATE FROM NEW ORLEANS: Due to the weather we're moving Sunday's Superdome show to Monday," a statement from the band reads. "Hang onto your tickets, they will be honored on July 15. We're here with you - we'll get through this together."

Early dates on the group's No Filter tour were postponed earlier this year (2019) to allow frontman Mick Jagger to undergo a heart procedure.

All 17 shows on the original slate were rescheduled. The tour began in Chicago, Illinois on June 21.

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