Frontman tried traditional Colombian desert ahead the band's first ever concert in the country
Wherever he goes, Mick Jagger draws a huge crowd - and his visit to Colombia's capital was no exception. The Rolling Stones frontman was followed by fans as he strolled through Bogota, ahead of the band's first ever show in Colombia. Mick stopped off at a street food stand, where he sampled an oblea wafer - a traditional Colombian desert. He carried on eating the treat as he walked through Plaza Bolivar - near the Colombian Narino presidential palace - in the historic Candelaria district. Founded in 1962, The Rolling Stones have already put on concerts in Peru and Argentina as part of their current tour in Latin America. On Thursday (March 10), Mick and his band will perform at the city's Campin stadium.