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      It seems that I won't ever see Paul again in Europe, Germany maybe or something. And even once in my life I wouldn't be on his concert. My life became kind of worthless. Why he is performing in Europe when I couldn't go? :

        makka:It seems that I won't ever see Paul again in Europe, Germany maybe or something. And even once in my life I wouldn't be on his concert. My life became kind of worthless. Why he is performing in Europe when I couldn't go? :

        Don't worry, there will be a new tour next year. Sooner or later he will return to Europe, and since Germany was not included in his Out There tour, there's a good chance it will be included in the next one.

          I hope so! Thank you 5th-beatle I hope that Poland or Germany will be also included in some tour in future Have a good night

            Germany's the only place I ever read he and his present band were actually boo'ed (for being late to the stage) Can you imagine, them getting boo's and it's Macca

              SusyLuvsPaul:Germany's the only place I ever read he and his present band were actually boo'ed (for being late to the stage) Can you imagine, them getting boo's and it's Macca

              Mach Schau!!!

                SusyLuvsPaul:Germany's the only place I ever read he and his present band were actually boo'ed (for being late to the stage) Can you imagine, them getting boo's and it's Macca

                Well, you expect people to pay 75 euros to see you, but then letting them wait in the freezing cold in front of closed doors, not getting on stage until 9:30pm, and then still have a warm response? Not all audiences take crap, I guess.

                  I didn't know about this situation in Germany I'm joking that I was born in wrong part of Europe Musicans always avoid Eastern Europe, or arrive here for one show in 20 years or in they whole career And there is a monopoly for gigs of big stars like AC/DC, Macca etc. One big organizer (like Live Nation) give only one show and very expensive tickets. In 2013 ticket under the same scene costed 1100 PLN (in Poland in 2013 the lowest national payment was 1600 PLN). Macca was in Poland first time in 2013, when he was 71. I know there are countries or cities in SA where he hasn't been yet, but I think that Paul is last musican from this "old, gold music" era. I know that Plant, Sabbaths, Stones or something are performing all the time, but Macca is person who I want to meet or hear live at least one time in my life Exception of avoiding Poland is Slash, he liked polish pierogi's so much, that he is performing in our country since 2013 every year And always eat some pierogi I hope that Paul will take a rest after october shows, and announce new tour in 2016 with few stops in Europe, including Poland

                    nobodytoldme:

                    SusyLuvsPaul:Germany's the only place I ever read he and his present band were actually boo'ed (for being late to the stage) Can you imagine, them getting boo's and it's Macca

                    Well, you expect people to pay 75 euros to see you, but then letting them wait in the freezing cold in front of closed doors, not getting on stage until 9:30pm, and then still have a warm response? Not all audiences take crap, I guess.

                    Wasn't that the night he flew in late cos his kid had a school Christmas play?

                      moptops:

                      nobodytoldme:
                      SusyLuvsPaul:Germany's the only place I ever read he and his present band were actually boo'ed (for being late to the stage) Can you imagine, them getting boo's and it's Macca

                      Well, you expect people to pay 75 euros to see you, but then letting them wait in the freezing cold in front of closed doors, not getting on stage until 9:30pm, and then still have a warm response? Not all audiences take crap, I guess.

                      Wasn't that the night he flew in late cos his kid had a school Christmas play?

                      Fair enough, I definitely respect him for that. But still, then not book the gig on that night, haha. Either way, not that strange a crowd just don't take everything.

                        75 euro?
                        Standing room tickets were over 400 USD in Brazil last year!

                          SusyLuvsPaul:Germany's the only place I ever read he and his present band were actually boo'ed (for being late to the stage) Can you imagine, them getting boo's and it's Macca

                          Yes!!! I was there! Hamburg 2009. Incredible what people did, my father and I were speechless, but hey, people also deserve respect and Paul arrived very late for a 'family' issue with Bea.

                            javilu:75 euro?
                            Standing room tickets were over 400 USD in Brazil last year!

                            So? You guys decide to happily pay those insane prices and drive up the price even more that way, haha. Doesn't make 75 euros for a night out any less steep. This was in a time you still could get close to the stage anyway. Now the price is even higher - and we know how that move ended - and the "first row" is more like the 10th row.

                              So, about those rumors...

                                What about them?

                                  I've heard a rumor that Paul for the time being is not getting anywhere near Australia.

                                    javilu:I've heard a rumor that Paul for the time being is not getting anywhere near Australia.

                                    That's not a rumour; that's fact!

                                        If the Out There tour is put to rest in October 2015 and these rumored Brazilian concerts end up being confirmed for April/May 2016, it's quite possible Paul and his tour manager are thinking of using the 2013 itinerary as a template: opening the next world tour in Brazil, then hitting the US, Europe and Asia.
                                        Unless these Brazilian dates are being planned for November 2016, but it would be unusual for them to be talking something that is still 14 months away.

                                          5th-beatle:If the Out There tour is put to rest in October 2015 and these rumored Brazilian concerts end up being confirmed for April/May 2016, it's quite possible Paul and his tour manager are thinking of using the 2013 itinerary as a template: opening the next world tour in Brazil, then hitting the US, Europe and Asia.
                                          Unless these Brazilian dates are being planned for November 2016, but it would be unusual for them to be talking something that is still 14 months away.

                                          So maybe there is a chance for show in Poland? I asked Live Nation and they said, that they don't planned any Mccartney show in Poland in future.

                                            makka:

                                            5th-beatle:If the Out There tour is put to rest in October 2015 and these rumored Brazilian concerts end up being confirmed for April/May 2016, it's quite possible Paul and his tour manager are thinking of using the 2013 itinerary as a template: opening the next world tour in Brazil, then hitting the US, Europe and Asia.
                                            Unless these Brazilian dates are being planned for November 2016, but it would be unusual for them to be talking something that is still 14 months away.

                                            So maybe there is a chance for show in Poland? I asked Live Nation and they said, that they don't planned any Mccartney show in Poland in future.

                                            Europe is lucky to see ANYTHING from a Paul McCartney tour, so Poland will probably have to be even more lucky, I'm afraid. (Btw, I was in Gdansk/Sopot last week, loved it.)

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