The Rolling Stones have posted footage of their historic Cuba show online.
The rock group performed for more than 1.3 million fans at Ciudad Deportiva de la Habana on Friday night (25Mar16), and extracts from the gig and of the band's arrival in Cuba were posted on the Stones' official YouTube channel over the weekend.
Speaking over the footage, Mick Jagger says, "Cuba's got so much music, so many kinds of music... It was inevitable we would play here one day."
The clips of the show then feature Jagger welcoming fans as he and his bandmates take to the stage, stating, 'Hola Cuba! Buenas noches."
The footage includes the group performing It's Only Rock 'n' Roll and Jumping Jack Flash.
One final video clip features the band walking backstage after their historic show and talking about what's next.
Keith Richards says, "Well, that was a great tour", prompting drummer Charlie Watts to ask, "What are we gonna do now?"
Jagger then adds, "Well, I guess we're gonna take them (fans) to the exhibition."
Ron Wood picks up the announcement and states, "Yeah, the Saatchi Gallery on the King's Road."
The video promotes the group's new archive exhibition in London - the bandmates unlocked their vast private archive to create their first ever major official art show, titled Exhibitionism.
The event, which begins on 5 April (16), will feature over 550 rare and original Rolling Stones "objects". Exhibitionism runs until 4 September (16).
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