Mick Jagger goes unnoticed at North Carolina bar ahead of Rolling Stones concert

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Rock legend Mick Jagger visited an iconic bar in Charlotte on Wednesday night and nobody noticed, according to WSOC-TV.

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Jagger posted a photo of himself on Twitter early Thursday showing him “out and about” at the Thirsty Beaver Saloon. He appeared to be sipping on a beer as bar patrons looked in other directions.

The Rolling Stones were in town to play the second date on their “No Filter” tour at Bank of America Stadium.

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

The 13-date “No Filter” tour had been scheduled to begin in May 2020, though it was pushed back because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, CNN reported.

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The band will next play Monday in Pittsburgh before continuing on to Nashville; Los Angeles; Minneapolis; Tampa, Florida; Dallas; Las Vegas; Atlanta; Detroit and Austin, Texas.