The Rolling Stones were slated to perform in Miami last night, but the gig was pushed up a day to avoid Hurricane Dorian.
Yesterday afternoon, the Stones made the announcement.
“Due to the weather forecast, the Rolling Stones show scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 31, at the Hard Rock Stadium has been moved to tomorrow night, Friday, Aug. 30,” they said in a statement. “All tickets will be honored for the new date.”
The show, which will now take place tonight, is set to begin at 8:30 p.m., and while Juanes was supposed to perform, there will be no opening act. Fans who are unable to make the concert can seek refunds via point of purchase, a spokesperson for the Stones said.
Miami’s concert is the last show on the Stones’ No Filter Tour, which had to be postponed from earlier this year after frontman Mick Jagger underwent heart surgery. Throughout the trek, they played stadiums like Chicago’s Soldier Field, FedEx Field in Washington, D.C., Jacksonville’s TIAA Bank Field, MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, and The Rose Bowl in Pasadena. They also recruited a variety of opening acts like Gary Clark Jr., The Wombats, and Kaleo.