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The Rolling Stones live in Forest Hills 1966
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July 2, 1966: ‘Music Festival’, Forest Hills Tennis Stadium, NYC, NY, USA
The Rolling Stones’ 1966 American Tour was a concert tour by the band. The tour commenced on June 24 and concluded on July 28, 1966. Two weeks prior to the start of the tour, Mick Jagger collapsed from “nervous exhaustion” and was hospitalized. On this tour, the band supported their album Aftermath. The last gig of the tour in Honolulu, Hawaii was broadcast on Hawaiian radio station KPOI.
The show at the Tennis Stadium in New York provided the setting for a number of scenes in an episode of US TV drama Mad Men, entitled Tea Leaves (Ref. forest hills)