The Rolling Stones performed at Pentecost Sunday at the Munich Olympic Stadium as part of their European tour. Is the concert worth attending? Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and co. What songs did you play?
For more than two hours, Mick Jagger (78), Keith Richards (78) and Ron Wood (75) celebrated by holding hands on the curve leading from the stage to the audience. And they deserve the cheers of the fans. From “Street Fighting Man” to “Paint It Black” and “Jump ‘Jackflash” to the Awesome show that ended up being “(I don’t have) satisfaction” that combined the Rolling Stones’ biggest hits.
First European tour without Charlie Watts
The Olympic Stadium in Munich is the second stop on the Stones’ “sixty” European tour celebrating the band’s 60th anniversary. Only Jagger and Richards are among the original cast. Drummer Charlie Watts died in August 2021 at the age of 80. With Steve Jordan, the band has found a viable alternative to drums. However, there are speculations that the current tour may actually be the last in the Stones – not the first time.
Second German concert on June 27
“This is our first European tour without Charlie. We miss him so much, “Mick Jagger says of one of the evening’s quiet moments. The top disco number is the clash between “Miss You” and the blues rock monster “Midnight Rampler”.
The Stones’ “Sixty” European Tour begins in Madrid on June 1 and ends in Stockholm on June 31. Another show in Germany is scheduled for June 27 at the Weldins Arena in Kelsenkirssen.
Rolling-Stones-Setlist in Muncen
These songs were performed at the Olympic Stadium in Munich on Sunday:
► Street Fight Man
You can not always get what you want
Living in a haunted city
► Honky Tonk Women
► Link (Keith Richards)
Slipping Away (Keith Richards)
Start me up
Sympathy for the devil
Jumping Jack Flash
► (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction