Over half a million people arrived for the free gig
It's been something of a historic month for Cuba.
Major Lazer became the first US act to perform there in decades, President Obama visited the capital to become the first American president to do so in 90 years, and then The Rolling Stones - who were once banned to even have their music played in the country - performed a free, open-air concent.
Initial estimates had the audience at 500,000, but the video claims the actual number was closer to 1.2 million.
“Cuba’s got so much music, so many kinds of music, all of it brilliant — it was inevitable that we would play here one day" says Mick Jagger.
Check out the video below.