Mick Jagger, the legendary lead singer of The Rolling Stones, recently celebrated his 78th year on earth with an interesting activity.
Mick Jagger was in the mood for celebration on Monday, as he went on a “glamping” trip for his birthday. “Glamping” is a combination of “Glamor” and “camping” that makes “roughing it” a whole lot easier. Glamping has become very popular across the country as more and more realize that camping is evolving. Jagger also took to social media to share a few pics from his glamping experience. It is safe to say that the “Paint it Black” singer enjoyed his fun birthday activity. He also thanks his enormous fan base for all of the happy birthday wishes he got via social media.
“Thanks so much for all your birthday wishes,” Mick Jagger says in the Instagram post’s captions.
The Rock and Roll icon may be nearing eight decades of life but he looks just as good as he always does in the birthday photo. The pic shows Mick Jagger leaning against a yurt as he prepares for a night of pure glamping fun. Never one to forget fashion, the rock star is rocking his signature hairstyle and his outfit makes him like he’s ready to hit the stage. That’s Mick Jagger for you and is a big reason he has a loving and loyal fan base backing him.
Mick Jagger’s birthday pic took in a lot of attention from his fans at received nearly 230,000 “likes” in a short amount of time. The post also gathered more than 11,00 responses with many commenters wishing the singer a happy birthday and a safe trip. Jagger says he is thankful for each and every one of them in his Monday social media post.
“Hope you’re having a good birthday, Mick!” a fan writes in the comments section. “Love ya!”
“Looking good Mick, happy birthday!” another fan says.
“You are the best Mick,” yet another fan writes. “See you in Tampa soon! Happy Birthday!”
Mick Jagger is getting in some final rest and relaxation before he and his Rolling Stones bandmates hit the road again. The legendary group is relaunching their United States tour that was supposed to take place last year, according to Fox News.
Like every other musical act, the Rolling Stars were forced to pack it in for much of 2020 due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. With COVID-19 cases reportedly on the decline, artists are finally getting back to performing live music. Pandemic measures such as mask-wearing and social distancing are allowing public gatherings once again. Mick Jagger and The Rolling Stones will kick off the “No Filter” tour in St. Louis in late September. There will be several stops in big cities along the way like Nashville, Atlanta and Dallas.