The Rolling Stones Greet Cubans In Spanish Three Days Before Their Concert / 14ymedio

14ymedio bigger14ymedio (with information from agencies), 23 March 2016 — Three days before their concert in Havana on March 25, The Rolling Stones have released a video greeting Cubans in Spanish.

“Hello Cuba! We are very happy to play for you. We have been to many amazing places, but this concert will be historic for us and hopefully for you too. Thanks for having us in your beautiful country, we hope to see you on March 25 in Sports City of Havana,” says Mick Jagger in the video. The concert will be free.

The show, which will start at 8:30 PM local time, will last more than two hours, and will be closing concert of the Olé Tour of Latin America, produced by the American company AEG Live.

The planned capacity for the concert area is about 200,000 people, for security reasons, but the announcement affirms that, being outside, free and open to everyone, it is hoped that the space outside facility will allow a similar number of fans to enjoy the spectacle of their “Satanic Majesties.”