Mick Jagger warmed up for the Rolling Stones’ Ford Field show by getting out on a chilly Detroit night.
The eminent rock front man posted a series of images overnight Sunday from various spots downtown, as the Stones gear up for Monday night’s concert.
Jagger’s Instagram gallery starts with a shot of himself in front of the Stevie Wonder mural at Music Hall and wraps with a video near the same spot, a little noir-style clip with the singer shrouded in steam from a Brush Street manhole.
Other sites include the Monument to Joe Louis — the famed fist statue downtown — and the plaza outside Ford Field, where the band is performing as part of its No Filter Tour.
Jagger has been in sightseer mode as the Stones crisscross the country on this latest outing — hitting dive bars, museums and other local spots on the tour.
He wasn’t the only Stone soaking in Detroit landmarks this weekend: Guitarist Ronnie Wood led an entourage of about 30 musicians and staffers on a Sunday tour of the Motown Museum.