- 05 Aug 16
After finally conquering every corner of the world, The Rolling Stones are set to release a film to prove it
After their historical gig in the Cuban capital Havana, The Rolling Stones are set to release the film of the event.
Foreign bands have long been prohibited from playing in Cuba ever since the reign of dictator Fidel Castro. However, earlier this year The Rolling Stones played a historical gig to over 1.2 million Cubans in the capital Havana.
The film is directed by Paul Dugdale, who has recently produced concert films for Adele and Coldplay.
Speaking about the concert, Mick Jagger said: "The Cuba show was simply amazing. It was an incredible moment; a huge sea of people for as far as the eye could see. You could feel the buzz of the enthusiasm from the crowd and that was for me the stand-out moment."
The picture will be shown for one night only in selected cinemas September 23. Fans can sign up at StonesInCuba.com to be alerted when tickets become available.