Paul McCartney at the end of his latest Argentine tour, in Cordoba and La Plata, thanked all his fans for a great week and for being so loyal. In a brief message, from Time 4 Fan, the former Beatle who has played in Argentina several times underlined that “we always like it in Argentina, because they like us”, and because “it really helps us when we see that you like it: it inspires us to do better, Thanks Argentina”.
With a blend of nostalgia for the Beatles and the pleasure of enjoying his presence in Montevideo, Paul McCartney captivated for a second time the Uruguayan audience with a three hour show in which he confirmed that he is one of the greatest.
Former Beatle Paul McCartney paid almost 2.3 million dollars in national and municipal taxes during his only performance in Uruguay last April 15, which was considered by far the most spectacular concert in recent times in the country.
Former Beatle Paul McCartney begins next Sunday in Uruguay his On the run tour of Latin America that ends next 8 May in Mexico City. Montevideo authorities have announced Sir Paul, in his first visit to Uruguay, will be declared ‘illustrious citizen’.
British music icon Paul McCartney has confirmed that he will play the Estadio Nacional in Santiago on May 11 this year. It will be the star’s second show in Chile; he played the same venue in December 1993.
Former Beatle Paul McCartney is resting in a farm in the outskirts of Buenos Aires preparing for the scheduled shows of Wednesday and Thursday at the River Plate stadium.