Photo Feature by Luis Enrique Gonzalez Muñoz
HAVANA TIMES — An international crew of workers from England, Germany, Belgium, Mexico, Peru and the host country are going full speed to ready the stage with its huge towers for the first ever Rolling Stones concert in Cuba, a country that previously forbade its citizens to listen to their music.
The event in Cuba is part of a year-long tour across the Americas. The free concert will take place in a large open field at Havana’s Ciudad Deportiva, (Sports City) grounds.
Formed in 1962, the Rolling Stones are considered the longest standing rock bank including its founding members Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and drummer Charlie Watts.
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