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Rolling Stones Hanging Rock concert cancelled

The Rolling Stones have reportedly cancelled their Saturday show at Hanging Rock. Picture: Getty ImagesThe Rolling Stones’ highly anticipated Hanging Rock show for Saturday has been cancelled due to a throat infection afflicting Mick Jagger.
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In yet more woes for the Stones’ Australian leg of their 14 on Fire tour, which was postponed in March after the death of Jagger’s partner L’Wren Scott, tour promoters Frontier have confirmed the cancellation of the Hanging Rock performance.

A Frontier spokesman said: “The Rolling Stones are incredibly disappointed to cancel the Hanging Rock gig and to disappoint their fans but were left with no other option.”

On the Frontier website, a statement said Jagger was under strict doctor’s orders to rest his vocal cords for the next few days to recuperate for the rest of the tour.

Aside from Saturday’s Hanging Rock show, the Stones have three further Australian dates: Sydney on November 12, the Hope Estate in the Hunter Valley on November 15 and Brisbane on November 18. An Auckland date is also scheduled for November 22.

There is no word as yet on the remaining tour dates, but ticketholders for the Hanging Rock show have been advised to contact Ticketmaster for refunds.

Triple M’s Hot Breakfast tweeted earlier this morning that promoter Michael Gudinski had confirmed that the gig was off. “Confirmation through from Michael Gudinskithat Mick Jaggerhas a throat infection, not sure if reschedule is possible at this stage,” the tweet said.

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