Originally scheduled for Saturday, the show was moved to Friday due to Hurricane Dorian threatening the U.S. coast.
Alternating between opening the tour with "Street Fighting Man" and "Jumpin' Jack Flash," it was "Jack" that got the call, no doubt because it opens with Mick Jagger singing "I was born in a crossfire hurricane..."
And, despite trying to cheat the forecast, the skies opened up as the band kicked off "Gimme Shelter" and Mick sang, "A storm is threat’ning / My very life today...”
After the show, the band tweeted, "Thank you Miami for sticking with us and making the most of the situation! Stay safe everyone. And huge thank you to each and everyone of you who have joined us on this tour, we had the best time! Till the next time we say goodbye..."
Friday's concert was originally supposed to be the tour opener on April 20th, but it was pushed back when Mick had to undergo heart surgery.
The Ronnie Wood documentary Somebody Up There Likes Me will premiere at the London Film Festival in England on October 12th. Described as “brutally honest,” it features new interviews with the guitarist and his Rolling Stones bandmates, and covers his addiction to drugs and alcohol, his lung cancer, love of painting and more.