The Rolling Stones have announced the new dates for their rescheduled tour.
Days after undergoing surgery in early April, he told fans he was "on the mend", while also praising medical staff for their efforts.
The rock legends were forced to postpone their upcoming US tour last month when the 75-year-old was hospitalized and later underwent heart valve replacement surgery.
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On Thursday, he addressed fans on Twitter saying: "Looking forward to seeing you there!" The postponement of the tour forced the band to cancel their highly-anticipated headlining slot at this year's New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.
They'll rock Canada Day long weekend at Burl's Creek Event Grounds in Oro-Medonte, Ont., on June 29 - a sprawling field space about 130 kilometres northeast of Toronto.
The tour will now kick off with two nights at Soldier Field in Chicago, June 21 and 25, which were already part of the original tour schedule.
Tickets sold for the original dates will be honoured - fans do not need to exchange their tickets. Those who can't go on the rescheduled date can get a refund through their Ticketmaster account.