The Rolling Stones put on a typically energetic performance in Amsterdam during their SIXTY Tour

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They’ve been touring around Europe for their SIXTY Tour.

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And The Rolling Stones put on a typically energetic performance in Amsterdam on Thursday evening as they took to the Johan Cruijff Arena stage.

It comes after the band were due to perform in the Dutch capital last month, with the show being postponed when vocalist Mick Jagger tested positive for Covid-19.

Rockers: The Rolling Stones put on a typically energetic performance in Amsterdam during their SIXTY Tour on Thursday evening

Rockers: The Rolling Stones put on a typically energetic performance in Amsterdam during their SIXTY Tour on Thursday evening

Rockers: The Rolling Stones put on a typically energetic performance in Amsterdam during their SIXTY Tour on Thursday evening

But taking to the stage alongside bandmates Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood, the 78-year-old appeared in high spirits for the evening.

Mick donned a gold chain printed bomber jacket with a turquoise strip down the arm, paired with black jeans.

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Giving the show his all, the singer stormed the stage – pointing at the audience as he pulled a slew of animated facial expressions and broke out some dance moves.

Dressed to impress: Mick Jagger (left) donned a gold chain printed bomber jacket with a turquoise strip down the arm, paired with black jeans

Dressed to impress: Mick Jagger (left) donned a gold chain printed bomber jacket with a turquoise strip down the arm, paired with black jeans

Bright: Meanwhile, bass guitarist Ronnie Wood opted for an electric blue velvet jacket and a metallic silver shirt, layered over a T-shirt branded by the band

Bright: Meanwhile, bass guitarist Ronnie Wood opted for an electric blue velvet jacket and a metallic silver shirt, layered over a T-shirt branded by the band

Dressed to impress: Mick Jagger (left) donned a gold chain printed bomber jacket with a turquoise strip down the arm, paired with black jeans

Color: Keith Richards went for a pop of color with an orange leather jacket and a blue beanie hat, as he donned a pair of circular framed sunglasses

Color: Keith Richards went for a pop of color with an orange leather jacket and a blue beanie hat, as he donned a pair of circular framed sunglasses

Color: Keith Richards went for a pop of color with an orange leather jacket and a blue beanie hat, as he donned a pair of circular framed sunglasses

Giving the show his all, the singer stormed the stage - pointing at the audience and breaking out some dance moves.

Giving the show his all, the singer stormed the stage - pointing at the audience and breaking out some dance moves.

Giving the show his all, the singer stormed the stage – pointing at the audience and breaking out some dance moves.

Meanwhile, bass guitarist Ronnie opted for an electric blue velvet jacket and a metallic silver shirt, layered over a T-shirt branded by the band.

Flashing a smile to the audience, Keith went for a pop of color with an orange leather jacket and a blue beanie hat, as he donned a pair of circular framed sunglasses.

Mick didn’t hold back as he showed the show was worth it’s wait, giving the audience a performance to remember.

Animated: During the show, he also pulled a slew of animated facial expressions

Animated: During the show, he also pulled a slew of animated facial expressions

Animated: During the show, he also pulled a slew of animated facial expressions

Massive crowds: And as the band put on an energetic display, the crowd went wild in the audience - holding up posters and signs

Massive crowds: And as the band put on an energetic display, the crowd went wild in the audience - holding up posters and signs

Massive crowds: And as the band put on an energetic display, the crowd went wild in the audience – holding up posters and signs

The performer leaned close to his bandmate Keith, as the pair sang in unison on the stage.

And as the band put on an energetic display, the crowd went wild in the audience – holding up posters and signs.

Earlier in the day, Mick cut a sprightly figure as he waved to fans outside his hotel ahead of the show.

The singer was raring to go as he greeted fans ahead of the concert.

Delayed: The show was previously postponed as Mick tested positive for Covid-19

Delayed: The show was previously postponed as Mick tested positive for Covid-19

Delayed: The show was previously postponed as Mick tested positive for Covid-19

Party time: He added some sparkle with a gold shimmered shirt, getting the crowd into good spirits

Party time: He added some sparkle with a gold shimmered shirt, getting the crowd into good spirits

Party time: He added some sparkle with a gold shimmered shirt, getting the crowd into good spirits

Mick cut a casual figure in a pink zipped jacket and a peach jumper as he exited his hotel’s entrance.

The music legend donned a black baseball cap with an octopus logo while waving to his delighted fans.

Last month Mick shared an update with fans after his Covid-19 diagnosis forced The Rolling Stones to postpone two dates on the SIXTY tour.

Jovial: Earlier, Mick cut a sprightly figure as he waved to fans outside his hotel ahead of the band's delayed show

Jovial: Earlier, Mick cut a sprightly figure as he waved to fans outside his hotel ahead of the band's delayed show

Jovial: Earlier, Mick cut a sprightly figure as he waved to fans outside his hotel ahead of the band’s delayed show

Happy: The singer who was due to perform in the Dutch capital last month before testing positive for Covid, was in high spirits as he greeted fans ahead of the concert

Happy: The singer who was due to perform in the Dutch capital last month before testing positive for Covid, was in high spirits as he greeted fans ahead of the concert

Happy: The singer who was due to perform in the Dutch capital last month before testing positive for Covid, was in high spirits as he greeted fans ahead of the concert

Jovial: Mick cut a casual figure in a pink zipped jacket and a peach jumper as he exited his hotel's entrance

Jovial: Mick cut a casual figure in a pink zipped jacket and a peach jumper as he exited his hotel's entrance

Jovial: Mick cut a casual figure in a pink zipped jacket and a peach jumper as he exited his hotel’s entrance

Ready for the show!  The music legend donned a black baseball cap with an octopus logo while waving to his delighted fans

Ready for the show!  The music legend donned a black baseball cap with an octopus logo while waving to his delighted fans

Ready for the show! The music legend donned a black baseball cap with an octopus logo while waving to his delighted fans

The rocker insisted he was ‘feeling much better’, and thanked his fans for their well wishes.

Taking to Instagram, Mick said: ‘Thank you all so much for your well wishes and messages the last few days.

I’m feeling much better and can’t wait to get back on stage next week! The Amsterdam date has been rescheduled for July 7 and we’ll have news of the new Bern date ASAP.

Back on stage!  Mick is due to take to the stage with his bandmates for their latest show in Amsterdam, which was due to take place on June 13 before being postponed.

Back on stage!  Mick is due to take to the stage with his bandmates for their latest show in Amsterdam, which was due to take place on June 13 before being postponed.

Back on stage! Mick is due to take to the stage with his bandmates for their latest show in Amsterdam, which was due to take place on June 13 before being postponed.

Regarding: Last month Mick shared an update with fans after his Covid-19 diagnosis forced The Rolling Stones to postpone two dates on the SIXTY tour

Regarding: Last month Mick shared an update with fans after his Covid-19 diagnosis forced The Rolling Stones to postpone two dates on the SIXTY tour

Regarding: Last month Mick shared an update with fans after his Covid-19 diagnosis forced The Rolling Stones to postpone two dates on the SIXTY tour

He signed off: ‘See you soon! Mick’.

It came after The Sympathy For The Devil rockers were last week forced to postpone their Amsterdam concert at the Johan Cruijff Arena, hours before it was set to start after the legendary frontman came down with coronavirus.

Then, the band announced that they would no longer play Wankdorf Stadium in Switzerland as planned.

In an update on social media, they said: ‘The Rolling Stones are deeply sorry for this postponement, but the safety of the audience, fellow musicians and the touring crew has to take priority.’

On the mend: The rocker insisted he was 'feeling much better', and thanked his fans for their well wishes

On the mend: The rocker insisted he was 'feeling much better', and thanked his fans for their well wishes

On the mend: The rocker insisted he was ‘feeling much better’, and thanked his fans for their well wishes

Delayed: It came after The Sympathy For The Devil rockers were last week forced to postpone their Amsterdam concert at the Johan Cruijff Arena, hours before it was set to start

Delayed: It came after The Sympathy For The Devil rockers were last week forced to postpone their Amsterdam concert at the Johan Cruijff Arena, hours before it was set to start

Delayed: It came after The Sympathy For The Devil rockers were last week forced to postpone their Amsterdam concert at the Johan Cruijff Arena, hours before it was set to start

Iconic: The Rolling Stones (pictured on Saturday) have been performing across Europe as part of their SIXTY tour

Iconic: The Rolling Stones (pictured on Saturday) have been performing across Europe as part of their SIXTY tour

Iconic: The Rolling Stones (pictured on Saturday) have been performing across Europe as part of their SIXTY tour

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