The exhibition

The Rolling Stones - Unzipped

, which can be seen from 20 November at the Groninger Museum, will be opened online by frontman Mick Jagger.

At 5 p.m. he will kick off the expo on rollingstonesgroningen.nl.

Music journalist Leo Blokhuis interviews Mick Jagger and together with director Andreas Blühm shows some highlights from the exhibition.

Blokhuis also interviews a number of well-known Dutch people who are big fans of the band.

Lucy Woesthoff (former PR manager of the Stones), Klaas Knot (president of De Nederlandsche Bank), Matthijs van Nieuwkerk and Humberto Tan all talk about their special relationship with the Stones.

The Rolling Stones - Unzipped

shows more than four hundred original objects from the collection of the Stones.

Not just instruments and stage designs, but also rare audio and video clips, personal diaries, iconic costumes, poster material and album covers.



The Groninger Museum museum had to close its doors temporarily due to national legislation.

Sponsors and members of the Friends of the Groninger Museum can already take a look at the exhibition on Thursday 19 November.

For the time being, everyone is welcome again from Friday 20 November.

Tickets for the exhibition are on sale from November 14.

The museum is only accessible with an admission ticket for a specific time slot that has been reserved in advance via the website.