Mick Jagger celebrates his 78th birthday with a glamping trip in a yurt


Mick Jagger is in celebration mode.

On Monday, the Rolling Stones frontman turned 78 and gave fans a quick look at how he marked the special occasion.

The “Paint it, Black” singer shared a photo of himself spending time outdoors against a yurt while wearing a black and white shirt with a black second layer underneath, green pants and black sneakers.

Of course, the music icon sported her traditional hairstyle for the glamping trip.

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“Thank you very much for all of your birthday wishes,” Jagger wrote next to the photo, adding a red heart emoji.

Fans also had a lot of love to share in the comments of the post.

“Hope you have a happy birthday, Mick !!” wrote one. “I like you.”

“I look good Mick, happy birthday,” said another.

Addition of a third: “Happy birthday, legend!”

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While Jagger can relax for the time being, he and his Rolling Stone band mates are preparing to relaunch their U.S. tour, which had previously been derailed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The “No Filter” tour is scheduled to begin in Saint-Louis on September 26th.

“I am so excited to be back on stage and I want to thank everyone for their patience,” Jagger said in a statement last week. “See you soon!”

Keith Richards added: “We’re back on the road! See you soon!”

Mick Jagger turned 78 on Monday.  (Photo by Rob Grabowski / Invision / AP)

Mick Jagger turned 78 on Monday. (Photo by Rob Grabowski / Invision / AP)
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The 2021 “No Filter” tour begins September 26 at the America’s Center Dome in St. Louis, followed by rescheduled stops in Charlotte, Pittsburgh, Nashville, Minneapolis, Tampa, Dallas, Atlanta, Detroit and Austin.

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The group also added three new dates, including the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival – their first time there – on October 13, Los Angeles on October 17 at SoFi Stadium and Las Vegas on November 6 at Allegiant Stadium.

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Tickets go on sale July 30 for the new shows. The statement added that previously scheduled dates for Vancouver, Louisville, Cleveland and Buffalo could not be rescheduled; ticket holders will be contacted by Ticketmaster. All previously purchased tickets will be honored during postponed performances. More information is available at www.rollingstones.com.

Melissa Roberto of The Associated Press and Fox News contributed to this report



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