One of the world’s most famous bands, the Rolling Stones, has started a European tour.
The tour is to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the band being together.
The first concert was in Madrid, Spain in front of around 45,000 fans. The name of the tour is SIXTY.
The band included original band members Mick Jagger, 78, and guitarists Keith Richards, 78, and Ronnie Wood, who turned 75 on Wednesday.
They were joined by drummer Steve Jordan for the tour. He took the place of Charlie Watts, who joined the band in 1963 and died last year aged 80.
After 17 songs, The Rolling Stones left the stage just to return in response to a big round of applause from the Madrid crowd.
During the 14-show tour, the British band will play stadiums and arenas in 10 countries.