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Mick Jagger likes to get around…and see the sights on his off-days when he’s on tour.

If you follow Jagger at all on social media, he’s been sharing a ton of photos around the towns of the various stops on the Rolling Stones’ current tour. Many of these photos even come with hilarious backstories, too.

The Stones’ latest leg of their  “No Filter” tour wraps on November 20. While the tour is ongoing, we’ve taken it upon ourselves to keep track of all the fun activities Jagger shares. Scroll below to see what all Mick has been up to!

(This list will be updated throughout the “No Filter” tour and has been organized to show Jagger’s most-recent activity.)

  • Los Angeles

    The Stones’ show in L.A. takes place on October 17. On October 13, Jagger shared, “I’ve been relaxing in LA today …. See you Thursday night @SoFiStadium.” Call it a hunch, but considering his past activity, don’t be surprised if Mick shows up somewhere unexpected before the show.

  • Nashville

    Jagger had a blast in Music City! Per the Nashville Tennesseanhe told fans during the Stones’ show at Nissan Stadium on October 9, “I had a good time last night. I went to Printers Alley and sang ‘Honky Tonk Women’ in a karaoke bar. I crashed a bachelorette party on a pedal tavern. They loved my Goo Goo Clusters. We all ended up at the Wild Beaver riding a mechanical bull.” On social media, he shared a video of himself out and about with a mask and just blending.

    Jagger also took in some nature, which included some deer and, inexplicably, a landfill.

  • Pittsburgh

    According to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, “[Jagger] was spotted the earlier night having dinner and enjoying the view at Monterey Bay Fish Grotto.” He then headed to Phipps Conservatory in Pittsburgh’s Oakland neighborhood and shared the photo below.

  • Charlotte

    This moment in Charlotte has since gone viral. Jagger shared a photo of himself at a bar called the Thirsty Beaver Saloon. The name of the bar aside, the funniest thing about this moment was that no one at the bar realized the greatest frontman of all time was there having a beer.

  • St. Louis

    The first stop of the Stones’ tour was in St. Louis on September 26. Two days prior to the tour’s kickoff, Jagger shared a photo of himself in front of The Gateway Arch.