Paul McCartney 'Live In Frome' tomorrow

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Paul McCartney 'Live In Frome' tomorrow

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I am guessing this sold out pretty quickly.....
https://www.paulmccartney.com/news/live ... -announced

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Paul McCartney - Live in Frome
⁠5pm, Friday 24th June
Cheese and Grain, Market Yd, Justice Ln, Frome BA11 1BE
⁠In 24 hours time Paul will be performing live in Frome, Somerset, at the Cheese and Grain.

⁠"Tickets for this extraordinary experience are available now from the Cheese and Grain box office - in-person only - and will be available on a strictly first-come first-served basis. The box office will be open for extended hours this evening until tickets have sold out.
⁠⁠This is an incredible opportunity to watch Paul warm up for his Glastonbury headlining performance this weekend, and won’t be Paul's normal set, so expect an afternoon full of wonderful surprises."
Tickets are £25 each and limited to 2 per person and are non transferable.
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Re: Paul McCartney 'Live In Frome' tomorrow

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Paul McCartney ate Frome........ That reminds me of an episode of The Vicar of Dibley, where due to a mis pronunciation, Elton John was due to appear and sing at the village fete
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Re: Paul McCartney 'Live In Frome' tomorrow

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mab01uk wrote: Thu Jun 23, 2022 8:05 pm I am guessing this sold out pretty quickly.....
https://www.paulmccartney.com/news/live ... -announced

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Paul McCartney - Live in Frome
⁠5pm, Friday 24th June
Cheese and Grain, Market Yd, Justice Ln, Frome BA11 1BE
⁠In 24 hours time Paul will be performing live in Frome, Somerset, at the Cheese and Grain.

⁠"Tickets for this extraordinary experience are available now from the Cheese and Grain box office - in-person only - and will be available on a strictly first-come first-served basis. The box office will be open for extended hours this evening until tickets have sold out.
⁠⁠This is an incredible opportunity to watch Paul warm up for his Glastonbury headlining performance this weekend, and won’t be Paul's normal set, so expect an afternoon full of wonderful surprises."
Tickets are £25 each and limited to 2 per person and are non transferable.

I watched the the so called live feed from Glastonbury last night, they got rinsed

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Re: Paul McCartney 'Live In Frome' tomorrow

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I have to agree with Beatles biographer Hunter Davies:-
"We are so lucky to have had the Beatles in our lifetime. And to have Paul still with us. Still pleasing us. Still pleasing himself…"
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/a ... ge-90.html

As someone who grew up with the Beatles music it was great to see such a widely mixed range of ages in the audience at Glastonbury enjoying Paul's non-stop 2 hour 45 minute performance of just a few of the Beatles and his back catalogue of songs and all at the age of 80! Surprise highlights included the virtual duet with John Lennon (thanks to Peter Jackson of the recent Get Back film) and duets on stage with Dave Grohl and Bruce Springsteen, plus the final encore of Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight/The End from Abbey Road.

Minisprinter....perhaps you should have watched Mick Jagger at 78 performing in Hyde Park instead! :lol:
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/a ... tival.html
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