McCartney last played Fenway on July 17, 2016, when he opened the show with The Beatles’ hit “A Hard Day’s Night,” on the way to a whopping 39 song total over three hours. Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir joined McCartney on stage that night for “Hi Hi Hi” and even then-Patriot Rob Gronkowski made an onstage appearance to dance along to “Helter Skelter.” McCartney first played the venue in 2009 (he played 34 songs that night, too). All-in, he sold out Fenway Park four times in a seven-year span.
That said, this summer’s show is sure to be epic.
Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, February 25 at 10 a.m. at RedSox.com/PaulMcCartney.
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