The Rolling Stones Unveil New Dates of Delayed 2019 'No Filter' Tour
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Frontman Mick Jagger, whose heart valve replacement surgery caused the postponement of the trek, has shared a video of him practicing his signature dance moves just a day before the announcement.

AceShowbiz - The Rolling Stones will return to the road in June following frontman Mick Jagger's recovery from heart surgery.

The band were forced to delay the U.S. leg of their "No Filter" tour last month to allow the rocker to recuperate from a heart valve replacement operation.

Mick revealed the new dates in a Twitter post on Thursday, May 16, announcing the 17 show trek which is set to kick off in Chicago, Illinois on June 21. The tour, which was originally due to get underway in Miami, Florida, on April 20, will now wrap up there on August 31.

Alongside a photo of the revised poster for the tour, he wrote: "Looking forward to seeing you there!"

As well as replacement shows for the delayed dates, a new stop has been added for New Orleans, Louisiana. The group were due to perform at the city's Jazz & Heritage Festival, but had to pull out due to the vocalist's illness.

Mick's assured fans he was fighting fit in a video shared to Twitter on Wednesday, which showed the 75-year-old practicing his signature dance moves to a track by British indie rockers The Wombats.

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