The Rolling Stones performed at a private event hosted by New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts, on Tuesday night in front of a super-exclusive crowd.
Kraft, 75, was joined at the VIP party by guests including U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and designer Tommy Hilfiger, according to photos posted on social media.
Kraft arrived to the event dressed to impress in a formal suit and tie with his signature fashion trademark: sneakers.
Frontman Mick Jagger and the band reportedly earned millions for the one-night-only exclusive gig. A seven-figure fee is on par with what singers like Jennifer Lopez and Mariah Carey reportedly earn for performing private concerts for world leaders.
Kraft has planned other elaborate parties in the past, like last year's Super Bowl after-party in which he went on stage to dance with rapper Rick Ross.
In other news, The Rolling Stones announced that because of scheduling issues, they would not be making up the October 19 concert at Las Vegas' T-Mobile Arena that they canceled when Jagger came down with laryngitis. Fans who purchased tickets for the show will be able to get full refunds.
As previously reported, The Stones will release a new album of blues cover tunes called Blue & Lonesome on December 2.
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