The Rolling Stones Have Cancelled Tonight’s Show In Las Vegas

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Rock royalty The Rolling Stones were supposed to perform at the T-Mobile Arena tonight, but the show has been cancelled due to a health issue. Lead singer Mick Jagger has been diagnosed with laryngitis and “has been advised by doctors to rest his voice” according to a statement from the band.

The Rolling Stones have another gig in Vegas scheduled for this Saturday, October 22. At this time the group isn’t making a decision one way or the other on the status of the concert. “We also hope to have further information about the status of the concert scheduled for Saturday, October 22,” reads the note from the Stones.

There is the possibility The Rolling Stones will reschedule the show that was supposed to take place tonight. “We hope to have information about the possibility of rescheduling this date very soon,” said The Rolling Stones. Here’s the full text of The Stones’ statement:

We regret to inform you that the Rolling Stones’ concert scheduled for Wednesday, October 19 at T-Mobile Arena has been cancelled. Lead vocalist Mick Jagger has come down with laryngitis and has been advised by doctors to rest his voice.

We hope to have information about the possibility of rescheduling this date very soon. We encourage ticket holders to wait for that information before seeking refunds. We also hope to have further information about the status of the concert scheduled for Saturday, October 22.

The Rolling Stones, T-Mobile Arena, MGM Resorts International, Concerts West and AEG Live apologise for any inconvenience this causes ticket holders.

Please note that the Rolling Stones, T-Mobile Arena, AXS, MGM Resorts International, Concerts West and AEG Live are not responsible for hotel, travel or other expenses related to the cancellation of this performance.

The Rolling Stones last played on Saturday night at Desert Trip in Indio.