Sir Mick Jagger thanked the fans for his message and said he was “much better” after revealing a positive coronavirus test on Monday.
The Rolling Stones frontman, 78, also told fans that the band’s Amsterdam performance was rescheduled on July 7, after he was canceled because he was infected with the virus.
He added that a new date for Bern, Switzerland, scheduled for this Friday, will be announced shortly.
In an Instagram post, Sir Mick wrote:
“I feel much better and can’t wait to get back on stage next week!
“The Amsterdam date has been rescheduled to July 7th and we will keep you informed of the new Bern date news as soon as possible. See you soon! Mick.”
The rock band also offered their “deep apology” to fans who were due to meet them in Amsterdam on Monday, but they said they couldn’t wait for the new date.
They added that tickets for the original show will remain valid until the rescheduled date.
The band, with guitarists Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood on drums with Steve Jordan, has appeared in 14 shows in 10 European countries.
They are still scheduled to perform in Milan, Italy on June 21st and will appear in London on June 25th.
Jordan has been touring with the band after longtime drummer Charlie Watts died at the age of 80 last August.
The band will return to the UK stage last Thursday at the Anfield Soccer Stadium and will have two shows at BTS Hyde Park in London this summer.