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.

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: