The Rolling Stones played their first-ever gig in Cuban capital Havana last week, making a big song and dance about how they were the first major international rock band to ever play in Cuba.
That claim isn't quite true, as Manic Street Preachers pointed out; they played a free gig at the Karl Marx Theatre in 2001, to an audience that included Fidel Castro.
Had the strangest of dreams last night-I was playing a free gig in Havana,Cuba at the Karl Marx Theatre 15 years ago!!!!!!!!xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
— ManicStreetPreachers (@Manics) March 26, 2016
The Stones are the first western band to play an outdoor gig in the city, however, performing to a whopping 1.2 million people at Ciudad Deportiva de Habana on Friday night.
They've now released a mini documentary from the gig, which you can see below: