Mick Jagger, 79, dons a funky blue shirt as he waves to fans outside of his hotel in Dusseldorf

Mick Jagger, 79, dons a funky blue shirt as he waves to fans outside of his hotel after The Rolling Stones’ show in Dusseldorf

He’s been touring Europe on The Rolling Stones’ SIXTY tour

And Mick Jagger stood out from the crowd on Friday as he left the luxury hotel Breidenbacher Hof Düsseldorf after their most recent show.

The band’s frontman, 79, donned a funky blue shirt, trousers and a pair of trainers as he waved to fans outside.

Stylish: Mick Jagger stood out from the crowd on Friday as he left the luxury hotel Breidenbacher Hof Düsseldorf after The Rolling Stones’ most recent show

The music legend sported a black baseball cap over his curly brunette locks while saying goodbye to his delighted fans.

The band’s ever-energetic frontman appeared to be in great spirits as he set foot on stage to perform in front of a very large crowd in the German city.

The music legend looked ready to rock and roll as he was joined by fellow bandmates Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood.

Beaming: The band's frontman, 79, donned a funky blue shirt, trousers and a pair of trainers as he waved to fans outside

Beaming: The band’s frontman, 79, donned a funky blue shirt, trousers and a pair of trainers as he waved to fans outside

Looking good: The music legend sported a black baseball cap over his curly brunette locks while saying goodbye to his delighted fans

Talented: He's been touring Europe on The Rolling Stones' SIXTY tour

Looking good: The music legend sported a black baseball cap over his curly brunette locks while saying goodbye to his delighted fans

Laidback: Ronnie Wood cut a laidback figure in black trousers and an Elvis T-shirt, which he wore underneath a dusty blue hoodie

Laidback: Ronnie Wood cut a laidback figure in black trousers and an Elvis T-shirt, which he wore underneath a dusty blue hoodie

During the concert, Mick could be seen passionately singing into the mic whilst wearing an electric blue bomber jacket.

To complete the outfit he opted for a shimmering purple top, along with a pair of black jeans for a rock and roll look.

It comes after Mick celebrated his 79th birthday with his girlfriend Melanie Hamrick and son Lucas, 23, in the Dusseldorf on Tuesday as he took a break from his performing schedule.

Legend: The band's ever-energetic frontman appeared to be in great spirits as he set foot on stage to perform in front of a very large crowd in the German city

Legend: The band’s ever-energetic frontman appeared to be in great spirits as he set foot on stage to perform in front of a very large crowd in the German city

The star was treated to a night out of traditional German music and dancing with his family to mark the occasion.

Lucas took to Instagram to share a sweet snap with his ‘Dadda’ as he sat on his knee and was surrounded by the performers dressed in traditional Lederhosen.

Meanwhile Melanie, 35, shared a short clip of the dancers to her Instagram Story as they whirled around and captioned the post: ‘Fun birthday celebrations for my favorite person in the world!’

Mick himself posted a similar snap to his Instagram grid with the dancers and wrote in the caption: ‘Thank you for all your birthday wishes! Had a great one here in Düsseldorf! xx’

Fun!  Mick celebrated his 79th birthday with his girlfriend Melanie Hamrick and son Lucas, 23, in Dusseldorf on Tuesday as they enjoy traditional German dancing on a night out

Fun! Mick celebrated his 79th birthday with his girlfriend Melanie Hamrick and son Lucas, 23, in Dusseldorf on Tuesday as they enjoy traditional German dancing on a night out

The Stones’ Sixty Tour was announced in March and kicked off in Spain’s capital at the end of May.

It will conclude almost two months later in Stockholm, Sweden, with UK fans set to fill out Hyde Park on June 25 and July 3.

It is the first European tour without drummer Charlie Watts following his death in August 2021.

Iconic: The music legend looked ready to rock and roll as he was joined by fellow bandmates Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood

Iconic: The music legend looked ready to rock and roll as he was joined by fellow bandmates Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood

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