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Rolling Stones finish tour with performance at Hard Rock Live

It was the final concert of the group’s “No Filter” tour. (Hard Rock/Facebook)

The Rolling Stones finished its 14-city 2021 “No Filter” tour with an intimate show at Hard Rock Live in Hollywood on Nov. 23.

According to the Stones, the 7,000-seat venue was the smallest one it has played in more than a decade. The band typically plays large stadiums. The Stones last played in South Florida on August 30, 2019, at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, which turned out to be the final concert with the group’s longtime drummer Charlie Watts, who died in August 2021.

The sold-out concert at Hard Rock Live was dedicated to Watts. The show opened with a video tribute to Watts, who was shown playing one of his renowned drum solos. Then the curtain opened and Keith Richards’ familiar guitar riff for “Street Fighting Man” filled the venue. Front man Mick Jagger, who entered between Richards and guitarist Ronnie Wood, gave his typically energetic performance.

Instead of seats in front of the Hard Rock Live stage, there was an open pit filled with dancing fans. The band played 16 songs and ended the evening with “Satisfaction.”

Mick Jagger worked the crowd in his trademark youthful and energetic way. (Hard Rock/Facebook)
The legendary Keith Richards plays to the sold-out house at Hard Rock Live. (Hard Rock/Facebook)
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