Havana Moon – The Rolling Stones



Havana Moon is the title of a concert film by the legendary rock band The Rolling Stones, directed by Paul Dugdale. The film captures the historic performance of the band in Havana, Cuba, on March 25, 2016, in front of an estimated crowd of half a million people. The concert was a landmark event, as it marked the first time a rock band had played in Cuba to such a large audience, breaking the previous record of the Italian singer Zucchero in 2012. The concert was also held shortly after the historic visit of U.S. President Barack Obama to Cuba, signaling a new era of diplomatic relations between the two countries. The film was released on DVD, Blu-Ray, CD and triple vinyl on November 11, 2016, and features 18 songs from the band’s extensive catalog, including classics like Jumpin’ Jack Flash, Paint It Black, Sympathy For The Devil and Satisfaction. Havana Moon is a testament to the enduring popularity and influence of The Rolling Stones, as well as their ability to transcend cultural and political barriers with their music.

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