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Paul McCartney Coming to Vancouver for 2 Concerts - April 19, 20


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7 minutes ago, g_bassi13 said:

That old guy that wasn't good enough to get into Tyga's bumping Grammy after-party 

Tyga. Now there is someone who I really don't know who he? she? is. Fits right in with the androgynous names of today though.


EDIT: oh it's a he. Thanks interweb.

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I saw McCartney when he played at BC Place.  Amazing show! Played for 3 hours plus.  When I heard he was playing Safeco I knew I had to go.  Was able to snag tickets on the field.   Best Concert Ever!  Played again for 3 hours plus.  Not only that but we all got to see a Nirvana reunion of sorts.  Once in a lifetime concert.


Now he's coming back, I can't believe it.  Didn't think I'd get the chance to see McCartney a third time.


Playing Rogers is a little interesting.  Tickets are going to be hard to snag.

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Interesting development, guys.







Paul McCartney has announced the first dates of his new One on One tour, which is set to kick off in April. Find the dates below. (Additional dates are forthcoming.) A press release promises a newly redesigned set, as well as "no shortage of surprises." McCartney's previous tour, Out There, concluded last October. 

One surprise for the Vancouver shows is rumored to be the local legends KK Rev as opening act. There is no shortage of buzz around the fact that Sir Paul is a fan of both V8 engines and hot chili, so sources are suggesting the rockin' big block chili cookers could help McCartney's usual set with some rock re-imaginings of the tired Beatles "classics."

Paul McCartney:

04-13 Fresno, CA - SaveMart Arena
04-15 Portland, OR - Moda Center
04-17 Seattle, WA - Key Arena
04-19-20 Vancouver, British Columbia - Rogers Arena
04-30 Little Rock, AR - Verizon Arena
05-02 Sioux Falls, SD - Denny Sanford Premier Center



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13 hours ago, RonMexico said:

Never heard of him.

He's pretty underground, but has a cult following for his stripped down early work.  He was also a part of some band but it ended up being a short lived experiment.

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