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Mick Jagger’s family and Rolling Stones bandmates spotted at Miami hotel after cancelling concert

The Rolling Stones have been forced to rescheduled their Miami Gardens performance as Florida braces for Hurricane Dorian. 

The concert, originally scheduled for Saturday, August 31 at the Hard Rock Stadium, has been moved up a day to Friday, August 30. 

On Thursday, lead singer Jagger was spotted with his wife, Melanie Hamrick, son Deveraux and bandmates Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood on their Miami hotel balcony looking out at the gloomy day.   

Hurricane season: Mick Jagger was spotted at a Miami hotel on Thursday after his band the Rolling Stones announced they were rescheduling their Saturday concert because of the threat of Hurricane Dorian 

He was joined by wife Melanie Hamrick, son Deveraux

He was joined by wife Melanie Hamrick, son Deveraux

Due to the last minute change, Latin rock star Juanes will not be able to be there to perform, meaning the band will have no opening act. 

The announcement was posted to their official Instagram page on Thursday.

‘Due to the weather forecast, the Rolling Stones show scheduled for Saturday, August 31 at the Hard Rock Stadium has been moved to tomorrow night, Friday, August 30. All tickets will be honored for the new date. There will be no opening act – doors will open at 6:00PM ET, and Stones will go on at 8:30PM ET,’ the announcement read. 

Weathering the storm: Jagger looked distressed while he stood on his balcony in a blue t-shirt

Weathering the storm: Jagger looked distressed while he stood on his balcony in a blue t-shirt

Pajama man: Richards, 75, also looked rather unhappy as he was seen wearing a pair of leopard print boxers and a t-shirt that said 'Do not x-ray'

Taking a peek: Ronnie Wood, 72, didn't appear to be in much better spirits as he peeked down at the ground below him

Pajama man: Richards, 75, also looked rather unhappy as he was seen wearing a pair of leopard print boxers and a T-shirt that said ‘Do not x-ray’. Ronnie Wood, 72, (right) didn’t appear to be in much better spirits as he peeked down at the ground below him

Moving up! The concert, originally scheduled for Saturday, August 31 at the Hard Rock Stadium, has been moved up a day to Friday, August 30

Moving up! The concert, originally scheduled for Saturday, August 31 at the Hard Rock Stadium, has been moved up a day to Friday, August 30

‘Ticket holders will be receiving an email from Ticketmaster with more information. #stonesnofilter #therollingstones #Miami,’ they added.

Jagger, 76, looked downcast while he stood on his balcony in a blue t-shirt.  

Richards, 75, emerged with messy bed hair while wearing a pair of leopard print boxers and a T-shirt that said ‘Do not x-ray.’  

Wood, 72, didn’t appear to be in much better spirits as he peeked down at the ground below him. 

Cancelled! The band just announced that they've been forced to reschedule their Miami Gardens, Florida concert as Hurricane Dorian threatens to wreak havoc on the city

Cancelled! The band just announced that they’ve been forced to reschedule their Miami Gardens, Florida concert as Hurricane Dorian threatens to wreak havoc on the city

Not seen with the crew was The Rolling Stones’ fourth band member, 78-year-old drummer Charlie Watts.

The rock band just touched down in Miami on a late night flight that rolled into Thursday morning.

They flew in their branded private plane on from Arizona, where they performed on August 26 at State Farm Stadium in Glendale. 

Red eye flight: The rock band just touched down in Miami on a late night flight that rolled into Thursday morning

Red eye flight: The rock band just touched down in Miami on a late night flight that rolled into Thursday morning

Private jet: They flew in their branded private plane on from Arizona, where they performed on August 26 at State Farm Stadium in Glendale

Private jet: They flew in their branded private plane on from Arizona, where they performed on August 26 at State Farm Stadium in Glendale

This is the second time the concert has been rescheduled.

The show was originally scheduled for April but the whole tour was rescheduled after lead singer Mick Jagger had a health scare.

Hurricane Dorian is threatening to hit Florida’s east coast over Labor Day weekend. 

Try again: This is the second time the concert has been rescheduled (pictured in Pasadena, California on August 22)

 Try again: This is the second time the concert has been rescheduled (pictured in Pasadena, California on August 22)

The National Hurricane Center says Dorian is currently being categorized as a Category 1 storm.

The storm is expected to strengthen into a potentially life-threatening Category 4 storm with winds of up to 130 mph (209 kph) over the weekend.

It’s being forecast that the hurricane will move inland and ‘create a lot of havoc with infrastructure, power and roads,’ Federal Emergency Management Agency Associate Administrator Jeff Byard said Thursday.

Heart issues: The show was originally scheduled for April but the whole tour was rescheduled after lead singer Mick Jagger had a health scare (pictured in Pasadena, California on August 22)

Heart issues: The show was originally scheduled for April but the whole tour was rescheduled after lead singer Mick Jagger had a health scare (pictured in Pasadena, California on August 22)

 

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