Rolling Stones delay tour as Jagger seeks medical treatment

Mick Jagger Rolling Stones

Mick Jagger Rolling Stones

Jagger said in the statement posted on social media on Saturday morning, "I really hate letting you down like this".

In total, the postponements cover 17 concert dates that span from an April 20 opener in Miami, Florida, to their July 29 show up in Canada.

The Rolling Stones announced Saturday that US and Canadian tour dates will be postponed due to lead singer Mick Jagger's health problems.

The Rolling Stones are postponing their North American tour.

The band's official social media page added that Jagger was told by doctors "he can not go on tour at this time".

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Mick Jagger told the millions of Rolling Stones fans that he's "so sorry" that the band has to cancel their tour for now so he can receive 'medical treatment'. "Once again, huge apologies to everyone".

Jagger's health appears to be the issue.

The source added that Jagger would be treated in the United States and is expected to make a good recovery. Fans have been encouraged to hold on to their tickets for when the band reschedules the dates.

In March 2014 the group postponed a tour of Australia and New Zealand after the suicide of Jagger's life partner, L'Wren Scott. Festival organizers released their own statement today, noting that an updated lineup for that day will be released soon, along with information on ticket refunds. Another added: "We love you Mick!"

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