The Rolling Stones Performed at Robert Kraft’s Private Gillette Stadium Party

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Tommy Hilfiger stopped by the festivities.

The Rolling Stones

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Robert Kraft had Gillette Stadium going up on a Tuesday thanks to a posh private party featuring an exclusive guest list and a special performance by the Rolling Stones.

The Patriots owner invited several of his friends and business associates to the show, including U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and fashion icon Tommy Hilfiger. According to the Boston Globe, each invitation that was sent out for the event contained a white rock with the words “Very Special Live Performance by The Rolling Stones” printed on it.

Judging by the glowing reviews on social media, it sounds like the swanky affair went off without a hitch, unlike Kraft’s surprise birthday party with Tracy Morgan and Jon Bon Jovi in June. Members of the invite-only crowd got an up-close view of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame group during the intimate performance.

Kraft was spotted hanging out with Republic Records president Charlie Walk while Hilfiger snapped a photo with J. Geils Band singer Peter Wolf. Even Kerry had some fun rocking out to the legendary band.

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Check out more highlights from the show, including Mick Jagger’s always funky moves, below.

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