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    Rolling Stones will take Gillette Stadium stage July 7

    The Rolling Stones announced new United States and Canada tour dates after the band was forced to postpone planned performances so legendary frontman Mick Jagger could undergo heart surgery. (Pictured, left to right) Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood, and Keith Richards in a 2018 file photo.
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    The Rolling Stones announced new United States and Canada tour dates after the band was forced to postpone planned performances so legendary frontman Mick Jagger could undergo heart surgery. Pictured (from left) are Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood, and Keith Richards in 2018.

    Looks like Mick Jagger is back in action.

    On Wednesday, a video of the Rolling Stones’ frontman — who underwent heart valve replacement surgery just weeks ago — took over the Web. It showed the irrepressible Jagger in fine form, doing his signature jump and shuffle dance moves and looking every bit as fit as fans could hope for.

    What better way to hint at Thursday morning’s announcement that the Stones have rescheduled their North American No Filter Tour, which will roll into Gillette Stadium in Foxborough on July 7.

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    Sir Mick, along with rock royals Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, and Ronnie Wood, are all on the bill. The tour will criss-cross the United States and, per the newly released list of 17 shows, also hit Ontario.

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    Whether or not fans can make the concerts in person, they were transfixed by Jagger’s 22-second video, which shows the 75-year-old in a dance studio. By Thursday morning, the post had been viewed more than 9 million times.

    Hayley Kaufman can be reached at hayley.kaufman@globe.com.