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The Rolling Stones 'will have yoga and recovery rooms to help prepare for gigs while on Sixty tour'


That’s not very rock’n’roll! The Rolling Stones ‘will prepare for gigs with yoga and recovery rooms on their Sixty tour’

  • The rockers will perform at the Wanda Metropolitano stadium in Madrid, Spain on Wednesday as part of their Sixty tour
  • Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood and Keith Richards, will reportedly have a workout room to make use of along with an area to ensure they feel ready to go on stage
  • The Sixty Tour will conclude almost two months after June in Stockholm, Sweden. However, on June 25 and July 3 UK fans will be set to fill out Hyde Park 

The Rolling Stones are living in luxury while on tour and reportedly have yoga and recovery rooms to help them prepare for their gigs.

The rockers will perform at the Wanda Metropolitano stadium in Madrid, Spain on Wednesday as part of their Sixty tour.

According to The Sun, Mick Jagger, 78, Ronnie Wood, 75, Keith Richards, 78, will have a workout room to make use of along with a special area to ensure they feel ready to go on stage.

No expense spared: The Rolling Stones are living in luxury while on tour and reportedly have yoga and recovery rooms to help them prepare for their gigs

No expense spared: The Rolling Stones are living in luxury while on tour and reportedly have yoga and recovery rooms to help them prepare for their gigs

A source told the publication that the group run a ‘tight ship’ begind the scenes, adding: ‘Mick likes to work out with his personal trainer before each show, so they have a fully equipped workout room ready for him.

‘And Ronnie and Keith have a special ‘tuning room’ where they jam and play together and Mick will join them for a warm-up session before they head out on stage.

‘This time preparing and getting ready allows them to be at their very best for the crowds.’

MailOnline has contacted representatives for The Rolling Stones for comment.  

Tour: The rockers will perform at the Wanda Metropolitano stadium in Madrid, Spain on Wednesday as part of their Sixty tour

Tour: The rockers will perform at the Wanda Metropolitano stadium in Madrid, Spain on Wednesday as part of their Sixty tour

Steve Jordan is serving as the band’s drummer on the tour following the death of Charlie Watts in August last year.

The last time the band played in Madrid was at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in 2014 for their 14 on Fire tour. 

The Sixty Tour will conclude almost two months after June in Stockholm, Sweden. However, on June 25 and July 3 UK fans will be set to fill out Hyde Park.

The Sixty Tour show will be the first European tour the Rolling Stones will perform without Charlie.

Luxury: Mick Jagger, 78, Ronnie Wood, 75, Keith Richards, 78, will have a workout room to make use of along with a special area to ensure they feel ready to go on stage

Luxury: Mick Jagger, 78, Ronnie Wood, 75, Keith Richards, 78, will have a workout room to make use of along with a special area to ensure they feel ready to go on stage

In 2021 Ronnie also revealed he had secretly battled cancer for the second time during lockdown, admitting he was diagnosed with small cell cancer but had ‘come through with the all-clear.’

It is the second time Ronnie has beaten cancer, as in 2017 he successfully fought lung cancer after 54 years of smoking 25 to 30 cigarettes a day.

And after having part of his lung removed he confirmed he was cancer free in 2018.

Passing: The Sixty Tour show will be the first European tour the Rolling Stones will perform without their drummer Charlie Watts following his death in August 2021

Passing: The Sixty Tour show will be the first European tour the Rolling Stones will perform without their drummer Charlie Watts following his death in August 2021

The Rolling Stones Tour Dates

  •  June 1 – Madrid, Spain
  • June 5 – Munich, Germany 
  • June 9 –  Liverpool, UK
  • June 13, Amsterdam, Netherlands 
  • June 17 – Bern, Switzerland
  • June 21 – Milan, Italy
  •  June 25 – London, UK
  • July 3 – London, UK
  • July 11 – Brussels, Belgium 
  • July 15 – Vienna, Austria 
  •  July 19 – Lyon, France
  • Jul 23 – Paris, France 
  • July 27 – Gelsenkirchen, Germany
  • July 31 – Stockholm, Sweden  

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