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      What merchandise is available for this tour? Is there a new program? I hope to find a new lanyard; I keep my keys and building access fob on it.

        You can buy or take a look from this official store.

        http://paulmccartney.shop.bravadousa.com/

          Dia:What merchandise is available for this tour? Is there a new program? I hope to find a new lanyard; I keep my keys and building access fob on it.

          I took a couple pics in Seattle. Kinda blurry, but might help. They're here:
          http://forums.stevehoffman.tv/threads/paul-mccartneys-one-on-one-tour.500336/page-50#post-14169366

          The above link to his shop looks like only older merchandise.

            Thanks for the heads up. I've ordered a 2016 lanyard just in case the crowd is too deep at the merchandise stands. Is there a new program? Didn't see one at the site that was listed on the board.

              There are some items from the One on One tour in the online shop.

                Can't see the pix well enough. Are all the announced dates listed on the t-shirt? Is there a program and if so how much is it? Thanks.

                  Fab4Clayton:Can't see the pix well enough. Are all the announced dates listed on the t-shirt? Is there a program and if so how much is it? Thanks.

                  There is a tour program. I think it's $40.

                    And as usual, the tour merchandise is only being sold in the USA! It's so unfair for the rest of us who don't live there!

                      Sgt._Pepper:

                      Fab4Clayton:Can't see the pix well enough. Are all the announced dates listed on the t-shirt? Is there a program and if so how much is it? Thanks.

                      There is a tour program. I think it's $40.

                      Program is $35. It's the "one on one" image with the blue background, flanking either side of the black one on one shirt.

                        The program doesn't seem to be available in the 2016 online store, at least not yet. If you buy it before the show, you have to hold it during the show. If I buy it after the show, I have to get on a packed metro train to get home. For $35, I don't want it to get crumpled.

                          Note: the program has some pretty juvenile stuff in it, IMO, pictured here:
                          http://forums.stevehoffman.tv/threads/paul-mccartneys-one-on-one-tour.500336/page-63#post-14198203

                          Of course, when one considers the last program had 3d glasses, maybe this isn't that unusual...

                            eric in boise:Note: the program has some pretty juvenile stuff in it, IMO, pictured here:
                            http://forums.stevehoffman.tv/threads/paul-mccartneys-one-on-one-tour.500336/page-63#post-14198203

                            Of course, when one considers the last program had 3d glasses, maybe this isn't that unusual...

                            Fascinating!

                            Really going for the young crowd. And I mean YOUNG!

                              Looks like it will make me feel like it was 1964 and I had a Beatles coloring book!

                                RMartinez:

                                eric in boise:Note: the program has some pretty juvenile stuff in it, IMO, pictured here:
                                http://forums.stevehoffman.tv/threads/paul-mccartneys-one-on-one-tour.500336/page-63#post-14198203

                                Of course, when one considers the last program had 3d glasses, maybe this isn't that unusual...

                                Fascinating!

                                Really going for the young crowd. And I mean YOUNG!

                                actually, adult coloring books are a big thing these days! Google it.

                                  eric in boise:Note: the program has some pretty juvenile stuff in it, IMO, pictured here:
                                  http://forums.stevehoffman.tv/threads/paul-mccartneys-one-on-one-tour.500336/page-63#post-14198203

                                  Of course, when one considers the last program had 3d glasses, maybe this isn't that unusual...

                                  The cartoon pictures are "stickers" from a Japanese social media service called "Line". They are essentially fancy emojis that people can add to messages. Here's an article that discusses them, including Paul's stickers (the photo shows some of the same ones featured in the program):

                                  http://www.billboard.com/articles/business/7271708/digital-stickers-line-viber-dance

                                    The tour program and T-shirts in Portland have the shows that had been announced at that time. Although I didn't buy any, I heard people reading the list on MAX while riding home after the concert.

                                      eric in boise:

                                      Sgt._Pepper:
                                      Fab4Clayton:Can't see the pix well enough. Are all the announced dates listed on the t-shirt? Is there a program and if so how much is it? Thanks.

                                      There is a tour program. I think it's $40.

                                      Program is $35. It's the "one on one" image with the blue background, ****ing either side of the black one on one shirt.

                                      What the heck did they censor there?

                                        Nancy R:

                                        eric in boise:Program is $35. It's the "one on one" image with the blue background, ****ing either side of the black one on one shirt.

                                        What the heck did they censor there?

                                        Ha! F-L-A-N-K-ing Didn't know I was being so obscene!

                                        ;-)

                                          Is this year's tour program good value for the money? New pictures and articles?

                                            Has anyone bought this year's tour program?
                                            Any interesting articles or pictures?
                                            Also, where do you put the program while you are watching the show? It used to be available to purchase online but doesn't seem to be now.

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