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Cornell said the band spent $1 million to fund the concert at the Anti-Imperialist Tribunal.On March 25, the Rolling Stones will perform a free show at Havana's Ciudad Deportiva, becoming the most famous act to play Cuba since its 1959 revolution.Cornell said of encouraging other acts to perform.The Stones, who will perform three days after President Barack Obama visits Havana, are expected to draw a large crowd.Cornell, 51, said he wants to go back to Cuba and tried to plan another concert five years ago, but it didn't pan out.
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