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Barcelona, Estadio Olimpico June 17. - confirmed

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      Barcelona, Estadio Olimpico June 17.

        Wonder if this will be the last date for the tour. 

          Tickets from €62,50 to €175,50 with these delivery options:

          eTicket (España y Internacional): GRATIS

          Envío por Mensajería Express - Nacional (Península) España: 15,00 EUR

          Envío por Mensajería Express - Canarias, Ceuta y Melilla (España): 40,00 EUR

          Envío por Mensajería Express - Internacional: 40,00 EUR

            Confirmed on June 21st on paulmccartney.com.

            Same date as Belgium...

             

              So no murmurings about Madrid or elsewhere in Spain?

                jimfischer wrote:

                So no murmurings about Madrid or elsewhere in Spain?

                 

                Only concert in Spain

                  If Paul cares so much about animals why is he playing a show in Spain? Shouldn't he boycott a country where a barbaric bloodsport like bullfighting is celebrated? It's ok for an animal to be tortured and killed for entertainment but not food production? Seems like the height of hypocrisy to me

                    Platinum tickets from €180,00 to €265,00:

                    Entradas Platinum

                      strother escribió:

                      Si a Paul le importan tanto los animales, ¿por qué está tocando en un espectáculo en España? ¿No debería boicotear un país donde se celebra un bárbaro deporte sangriento como la tauromaquia? ¿Está bien que un animal sea torturado y asesinado para entretenerse pero no para producir alimentos? Me parece el colmo de la hipocresía

                      Inform yourself correctly and don’t make a fool of yourself. Bullfighting in Barcelona has been banned 10 years ago

                        serpico71 wrote:

                        strother escribió:

                        Si a Paul le importan tanto los animales, ¿por qué está tocando en un espectáculo en España? ¿No debería boicotear un país donde se celebra un bárbaro deporte sangriento como la tauromaquia? ¿Está bien que un animal sea torturado y asesinado para entretenerse pero no para producir alimentos? Me parece el colmo de la hipocresía

                        Inform yourself correctly and don’t make a fool of yourself. Bullfighting in Barcelona has been banned 10 years ago

                        but it's still legal in Spain. and there's also that running of the bulls thing. sorry, but there's really something wrong with Spainish culture https://www.cnn.com/2019/01/12/europe/bullfighting-spain-politics-scli-intl/index.html

                          strother wrote:

                          serpico71 wrote:
                          strother escribió:

                          Si a Paul le importan tanto los animales, ¿por qué está tocando en un espectáculo en España? ¿No debería boicotear un país donde se celebra un bárbaro deporte sangriento como la tauromaquia? ¿Está bien que un animal sea torturado y asesinado para entretenerse pero no para producir alimentos? Me parece el colmo de la hipocresía

                          Inform yourself correctly and don’t make a fool of yourself. Bullfighting in Barcelona has been banned 10 years ago

                          but it's still legal in Spain. and there's also that running of the bulls thing. sorry, but there's really something wrong with Spainish culture https://www.cnn.com/2019/01/12/europe/bullfighting-spain-politics-scli-intl/index.html

                          You can claim in the offices of Paul Mccartney in London of MPL, and then you explain to me that they have told you.

                            serpico71 wrote:

                            strother wrote:
                            serpico71 wrote:
                            strother escribió:

                            Si a Paul le importan tanto los animales, ¿por qué está tocando en un espectáculo en España? ¿No debería boicotear un país donde se celebra un bárbaro deporte sangriento como la tauromaquia? ¿Está bien que un animal sea torturado y asesinado para entretenerse pero no para producir alimentos? Me parece el colmo de la hipocresía

                            Inform yourself correctly and don’t make a fool of yourself. Bullfighting in Barcelona has been banned 10 years ago

                            but it's still legal in Spain. and there's also that running of the bulls thing. sorry, but there's really something wrong with Spainish culture https://www.cnn.com/2019/01/12/europe/bullfighting-spain-politics-scli-intl/index.html

                            You can claim in the offices of Paul Mccartney in London of MPL, and then you explain to me that they have told you.

                            well maybe i will!! lol!!

                              strother escribió:

                              serpico71 escribió:
                              strother escribió:
                              serpico71 escribió:
                              strother escribió:

                              Si a Paul le importan tanto los animales, ¿por qué está tocando en un espectáculo en España? ¿No deberíamos boicotear un país donde se celebra un bárbaro deporte sangriento como la tauromaquia? ¿Está bien que un animal marino torturado y asesinado para entretenerse pero no para producir alimentos? Me parece el colmo de la hipocresía

                              Infórmese correctamente y no se haga el tonto. La tauromaquia en Barcelona ha sido prohibida hace 10 años

                              Pero sigue siendo legal en España. y también está esa cosa del encierro. lo siento, pero realmente hay algo mal con la cultura española  https://www.cnn.com/2019/01/12/europe/bullfighting-spain-politics-scli-intl/index.html

                              Puede reclamar en las oficinas de Paul Mccartney en Londres de MPL, y luego me explica que le han dicho.

                              bueno tal vez lo haré !! jajaja !!

                              I guess you are one of those characters who go around the world thinking that in Spain everyone is ignorant and that we are still going to wash the clothes in the river and that our children go to school dressed as bullfighters. Thank God in this country there are fewer and fewer people attending bullfights. 

                                Need Help with ticket information for Paul's concert in Barcelona!

                                Hola, I am from Canada and I am planning on visiting your beautiful city next June and seeing Paul in Barcelona and I am hoping somebody here with experience in buying tickets for concerts in Spain can pass on some information to help me out when tickets go on sale on December 2nd. We use ticketmaster here in Canada and I am wondering if ticketmaster is used as well in Spain or if it is a different ticketing agency? Also, I was hoping to buy tickets close to the stage so I was wondering if being on the field is the best option? In Canada I have been on the floor and field for Paul's concerts, but they are seats for us even though everyone stands throughout the concert.  Will there be seats on the field for the concert or is it standing and general admission? Any information that you could provide would be greatly appreciated and thanks for your time.

                                 

                                  strother wrote:

                                  If Paul cares so much about animals why is he playing a show in Spain? Shouldn't he boycott a country where a barbaric bloodsport like bullfighting is celebrated? It's ok for an animal to be tortured and killed for entertainment but not food production? Seems like the height of hypocrisy to me

                                  I see your point, but it wouldn't be fair to his fans there. Issue should be take up with the government, not innocent, powerless fans who only want to see their idol.

                                    strother wrote:

                                    If Paul cares so much about animals why is he playing a show in Spain? Shouldn't he boycott a country where a barbaric bloodsport like bullfighting is celebrated? It's ok for an animal to be tortured and killed for entertainment but not food production? Seems like the height of hypocrisy to me

                                    In fact he comes to Catalonia, where we banned bullfights although the Spanish government forbids us to do so like many other things.

                                      I am really excited about this. I've seen Paul twice but I'm looking forward taking my (by then) 4 year old daughter, who is already a huge Beatles fan and he told me in some occasions she is sad for not being able to see a Beatles or a John Lennon concert, and I let her hope see Paul or Ringo sometime. Now she has a maybe unique chance, although the showtime is somewhat too late for her.

                                      Now I wonder which kind of tickets will I be able to get and what would be a good place for her.

                                        Barcelona ticket prices from Ticketmaster:

                                        Regular tickets (62,50-175,50 EUR)https://www.ticketmaster.es/event/paul-mccartney-entradas/21387

                                        Platinum tickets (180,00-265,00 EUR)

                                        https://www.ticketmaster.es/event/paul-mccartney-platinum-entradas/21413

                                        Premium Golden Ticket (351,50 EUR)

                                        https://www.ticketmaster.es/event/paul-mccartney-premium-golden-ticket-entradas/21431

                                          strother wrote:

                                          If Paul cares so much about animals why is he playing a show in Spain? Shouldn't he boycott a country where a barbaric bloodsport like bullfighting is celebrated? It's ok for an animal to be tortured and killed for entertainment but not food production? Seems like the height of hypocrisy to me

                                          Please avoid calling my country barbaric. You just don´t visit us, we'll be very pleased, I can tell you.

                                          Paul has played 12 shows in Spain both solo and with The Beatles since 1965, so I don´t think he shares your opinion on Spain.

                                            GuillemTM_78611 wrote:

                                            strother wrote:

                                            If Paul cares so much about animals why is he playing a show in Spain? Shouldn't he boycott a country where a barbaric bloodsport like bullfighting is celebrated? It's ok for an animal to be tortured and killed for entertainment but not food production? Seems like the height of hypocrisy to me

                                            In fact he comes to Catalonia, where we banned bullfights although the Spanish government forbids us to do so like many other things.

                                            In fact, he doesn´t. He comes to SPAIN. I'm sure he doesn´t even know what Cataluña is hahahaha.

                                            And please, don´t lie to the good people in this forum. The central goverment allows Cataluña not to have bullfights.

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