Rolling Stones invite Klopp and Liverpool team to perform after Man City win the Premier League

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After more than 50 years, the Rolling Stones are back to performing live in Liverpool, and they’ve invited some very special guests – football manager Jurgen Klopp and his team

The Rolling Stones will play at Liverpool for the first time in more than 50 years next month
The Rolling Stones will play at Liverpool for the first time in more than 50 years next month

Mick Jagger may be an Arsenal fan but when the Rolling Stones play at Liverpool’s Anfield Stadium on June 9, he will roll out the red carpet for manager Jurgen Klopp.

Klopp thought he had the Premier League in his pocket at the weekend, but as 78-year-old Mick may have told him, you don’t always get what you want – and instead the title belongs. about Man City.

As a consolation, when the Stones played Liverpool for the first time in more than 50 years, Klopp and his teammates were invited along as special guests.

A source close to the band said: “Mick is a huge fan of Arsenal and always watches their games.

The Rolling Stones are playing in Liverpool next month and a poster has been designed for the occasion

Mick Jagger with the late Charlie Watts, drummer for The Rolling Stones


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“Liverpool beat them twice in the tournament and knocked them out of the Caribou Cup so he can be excused. But he is excited to play such an iconic stadium and would love to meet Jurgen and the players.” The source said Mick and the band were “timed in their rehearsal schedules” to watch the Champions League final between Liverpool and Real Madrid on Saturday.

Mick and bandmates Keith Richards, 78, and Ronnie Wood, 74, are gearing up for the first night of their European Tour in Madrid, Spain next week.

Rolling Stones perform in Texas in November


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The Anfield performance will kick off the SIXTY tour in the UK, mark the band’s 60th anniversary and feature two BST shows at Hyde Park, London. The Stones last played in Liverpool in March 1971, at the Empire Theatre. To mark the latest performance in the city, they released a special poster for the occasion.

Whenever the Stones tour the world, the band designs a piece of their own as a tribute to the city where they are performing.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp with player Mohamed Salah, after their terrible game earlier this week


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The latest artwork featuring the Rolling Stones tongue is transformed into a Liver Bird on top of the Royal Liver Building, in the city.

The Liver Bird appears on the mast of the Liverpool Echo and boasts its place on the Liverpool Football Club logo.

Football fan Mick said last week how he missed talking to drummer Charlie Watts about Arsenal. This is the Stones’ first European tour without drummer Charlie, who passed away at the age of 80 in August.

Mick said: “I will call him and talk about the Arsenal game last night because he supports Tottenham and I am Arsenal.”

But we’re pretty sure wild horses can’t get Mick to play on the Tottenham Hotspurs pitch.

  • For more information on the SIXTY tour, visit Rollstone.com.

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