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Rolling Stones North American tour finally starts in Chicago

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Members of the Rolling Stones, from left, Ronnie Wood, Keith Richards, Mick Jagger and Charlie Watts — seen here Nov. 15, 2016. A representative for Jagger says he has successfully undergone treatment and “is doing very well and is expected to make a full recovery.”

NEW YORK — The Rolling Stones are ready to get back on the road after postponing their North American tour because Mick Jagger needed medical treatment.

The rockers announced Thursday the No Filter tour will kick off in Chicago with two shows on June 21 and 25.

All the cities previously postponed are locked in and there’s a new date in New Orleans.

At 75, Jagger looks like he’s certainly back in form.

Tickets sold for the original dates will be honored, but those who can’t attend can get refunds by accessing their Ticketmaster accounts.

The group says in a statement the concerts will feature classic hits such as “Sympathy For The Devil” and “Paint It Black.”

The No Filter Tour was slated to start April 20 in Miami. However, doctors told Jagger in late March he couldn’t go on tour.

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