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Friday, October 3, 2014
Paul McCartney recites Shakespeare at San Antonio concert

Paul McCartney performed a benefit concert the Tobin Center in San Antonio on Wednesday night. Inspired by the intimate space, McCartney said, "In a theater like this, I feel like I should be doing Shakespeare or something," and then recited a few lines of Hamlet's "O that this too solid flesh would melt" soliloquy.

Source: Hollywood Reporter
Friday, August 15, 2014
Phoenix couple gets married on stage at Paul McCartney concert

Adam Kowal and Andrea Copado will marry on Oct. 11. Copado read on the Internet that McCartney was ordained (he's not, really), and they decided to make a sign that read, "You're ordained, we're engaged, please marry us tonight!" In between his encores, McCartney stopped the concert and brought the couple on stage.

Source: KTAR, Phoenix
Monday, August 11, 2014
Paul McCartney in vintage form at Dodger Stadium

On Sunday night, Paul McCartney returned to Dodger Stadium, looking fit and giddy and fully recovered from a recent illness. Throughout the night, McCartney swapped instruments, bass to hollow-body electric guitar to grand piano to ukulele, the latter for an emotionally rich version of "Something" dedicated to George Harrison.

Source: Los Angeles Times
Thursday, August 7, 2014
The night The Beatles were trapped in Dodger Stadium

Paul McCartney is getting back to Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles on Sunday for the first time since he played there with The Beatles 48 years ago. Back in 1966, he and the rest of the Beatles ended up trapped in a Lincoln Continental that was smothered fender-to-fender by a frenzied blanket of screaming fans.

Source: Ventura County Star
Mother, daughter get Paul McCartney's signature tattooed after concert

Sharon and Laurel White, mother-daughter McCartney super fans, traveled all the way from San Francisco to Missoula to see him perform on Tuesday. They made signs asking for a signature that caught Paul's eye and he pulled them up on stage to answer their request. They had the autographs made permanent the next day.

Source: KTMF TV, Missoula
Wednesday, August 6, 2014
Vendors slammed with customers at Paul McCartney concert

More than 25,000 people attended Paul McCartney's concert in Missoula, and many stopped to get food. Vendors were slammed for a good four hours with people coming to get food, and it was a good day for sales. Despite long lines, the vendors had fun with the people and just kept working to make sure the line moved fast.

Source: KECI TV 13, Missoula
Monday, August 4, 2014
Photos: Macca fans find Mecca at Target Field

Kurt Bauer of Houston said, "This is our second time seeing Paul. We're going to see Ringo in November." Damara Scheeler of St. Paul said, "We saw him last year and I cried the whole show and I'm pretty sure I'll do the same thing tonight." Scott Webster of Minnetonka said, "Nine years old, Ed Sullivan, had to watch, changed my life."

Source: Minnesota Post
Governor of Minnesota declares August 2 Sir Paul McCartney Day

August 2 has been declared Paul McCartney day in Minnesota, coinciding with the former Beatles member's live show at Target Field on Saturday. It was only McCartney's fourth appearance in the state since 1965 and his first since a gig at the Metrodome in 1993. The Beatles first played Minnesota in 1965 at the Metropolitan Stadium.

Source: NME, UK
Friday, August 1, 2014
300 additional tickets open up for Paul McCartney in Missoula

An extra 300 seats have opened up for Paul McCartney's performance at Washington-Grizzly Stadium. The newly available tickets are part of a block reserved by McCartney's tour that weren't filled. Most of the tickets are in the floor or bowl areas and cost $150 to $250, with a limited number of tickets still available at $49.50.

Source: The Missoulian
Paul McCartney concert considered a big coup for new Tobin Center

Paul McCartney commands top billing in big stadiums, and it's rare to find McCartney at a small venue. So officials with the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts in San Antonio, which will officially open this fall, are understandably giddy over the fact that McCartney will bring his portfolio of hits to the 1,750-seat venue on Oct. 1.

Source: San Antonio Business Journal
Thursday, July 31, 2014
Paul McCartney New Orleans ticket refunds available until Sept. 1

This spring, due to health reasons, Paul McCartney was forced to postpone his scheduled June 19 concert in New Orleans until Oct. 11. Tickets purchased for the original date will be honored in October or refunded, but for the latter, time is ticking. Refunds will be offered only until Monday, Sept. 1, via Ticketmaster.

Source: New Orleans Times-Picayune

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