Rolling Stones re-confirm Canada Day weekend tour stop

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Jagger, 75, had heart valve replacement surgery in NY last month, according to Rolling Stones magazine.

The North American tour set to begin in Miami in April was put on hold when doctors told 75-year-old lead singer Mick Jagger that he could not perform and needed heart valve surgery.

The "No Filter" tour is back on.

Jagger, meanwhile, has been posting on social media, showing that he's still got his dance moves.

Jagger also apologized to his fans last month and said he was devastated about postponing the tour.

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If Mick Jagger's new video is anything to go by, it looks like we'll be seeing The Stones back on stage sooner than we thought!

The rescheduled stadium tour begins July 21 in Chicago and concludes August 31 in Miami, the only date after the Arizona performance.

They'll rock Canada Day long weekend at Burl's Creek Event Grounds in Oro-Medonte, Ont., on June 29 - a sprawling field space about 130 kilometres northeast of Toronto.

Joining the iconic rockers will be Juno winning Kingston natives The Glorious Sons and Toronto's alternative rock band The Beaches. Those who cannot attend the re-scheduled dates can refund their tickets by accessing their Ticketmaster account. Other cities on the tour include New Orleans, Miami, Seattle and East Rutherford, New Jersey.

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