The Rolling Stones Perform A Historical Free Concert In Havana, Cuba


(PCM) On Friday, March 25th The Rolling Stones played a historic free concert in Havana, Cuba at Ciudad Deportiva de la Habana. Fans packed the outdoor venue, with 700,000 people inside the space and another 500,000 people outside the perimeter listening to music and trying to get in.

Check out some amazing video footage of this truly epic and historic performance below:

The once-in-a-lifetime concert event followed the band’s America Latina Ole tour, which is receiving rave reviews, playing to huge audiences in stadiums in Santiago, Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Rio De Janeiro, São Paulo and Porto Alegre with Lima, Bogotá and Mexico City following next week. The band also lead a musician to musician initiative in which much needed musical instruments and equipment was donated by major suppliers for the benefit of Cuban musicians of all genres. Donors included The Gibson Foundation, Vic Firth, RS Berkeley, Pearl, Zildjian, Gretsch, Latin Percussion, Roland and BOSS with additional assistance from the Latin GRAMMY Cultural Foundation.

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