Mick Jagger visits several Atlanta spots ahead of Rolling Stones concert

ATLANTA — Mick Jagger was seen rolling through Atlanta Tuesday, visiting some of the city’s most popular spots.

The Rolling Stones singer is in town ahead of their performance at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Thursday, as part of their “No Filter” tour.

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In pictures posted to Twitter and Facebook, the legendary rock-n-roller posed at Piedmont Park, the High Museum and the picturesque Jackson Street Bridge. He even made a stop at the Clermont Lounge, where we’re sure he was able to start it up.

While sometimes you can’t always get what you want, we’re sure he was able to get whatever he wanted at Fat Matt’s along Piedmont Avenue, where he stopped for a bite and a beer.

We hope Atlanta gave Jagger lots of Satisfaction.


Last month, a picture of Jagger went viral when he went unnoticed at an iconic bar in Charlotte, North Carolina. He appeared to be sipping on a beer as bar patrons looked in other directions.

Brian Wilson, a co-owner of the Thirsty Beaver, said that despite being a world-renowned rocker, Jagger “went unnoticed.”

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Seeing the sights of Atlanta, see you at the show tomorrow!

Posted by Mick Jagger on Wednesday, November 10, 2021