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The Rolling Stones at Levi’s Stadium on August 18, 2019

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The Rolling Stones performed for their first time at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara on August 18th to a packed crowd. It was the Stones 40th show in the Bay Area having played their first show in 1965. The concert, originally slated for May 19’, was rescheduled due to Jagger’s emergency heart surgery. The Stones set the tone for the night by opening, in full swing, with “Jumpin’ Jack Flash.” The rest of the concert, which ran well past the standard 10pm curfew, was filled with crowd pleasing favorites.

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