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Mick Jagger Grabs a Beer at a North Carolina Bar Before His Show, and No One Spotted Him

EPTEMBER 30: Singer Mick Jagger of The Rolling Stones performs at Bank of America Stadium on September 30, 2021 in Charlotte, North Carolina
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The Rolling Stones are currently traveling the US for their No Filter 2021 tour.

Patrons at Charlotte, North Carolina’s Thirsty Beaver Saloon had no idea they were in the presence of greatness on Wednesday, September 29.

Mick Jagger posted a photo himself taken at the eclectic location enjoying a beer before his Rolling Stones gig at Bank of America Stadium the next day — and no one recognized him.

“Out and about last night in Charlotte, NC,” the singer wrote on Twitter.

He could easily be spotted, as his face was fully visible. He wore a baseball cap, a dark jacket, and jeans and appeared subdued as opposed to his flashier on-stage persona.

According to the owner of the relatively famous dive bar, a regular said that Jagger didn’t stay very long.

“He was in here, and then he was gone,” Brian Wilson said to the Charlotte Observer.

Wilson adds that he’s not quite sure what brand the legend was drinking, but it appears to be a Miller Lite or Michelob Ultra.

The Rolling Stones are currently traveling the U.S. for their No Filter 2021 tour, their first tour without drummer Charlie Watts, who played with the band from 1963 until his death last month at the age of 80. 

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