British rock legends the Rolling Stones performed in Havana Friday evening, their first concert in the communist country.
The free gig at the Ciudad Deportiva complex attracted what the band's website said was probably their biggest ever crowd.
“Thank you Cuba for an incredible, unforgettable show! It was wonderful to see all of you!” the Rolling Stones said on their Twitter account.
The group played numerous old favourites including Satisfaction, Paint It Black and Start Me Up.
“We know that years ago it was difficult to listen to our music here in Cuba, but here we are, playing for you in your beautiful land. I think that finally things have changed, haven’t they?” singer Mick Jagger said.