Paul McCartney live at Paris La Défense Arena in May 2020 - Cancelled

Published by Caroline J., Laura B. · Published on 8 May 2020 at 09h45
Because of the health crisis, Paul McCartney's show, initially planned on Tuesday May 26, 2020 at Paris La Défense Arena is unfortunately cancelled.
 Paul McCartney's fans were happy to find the former Beatles member live... But because of the coronavirus epidemic currently spreading in France and across the world, Paul McCartney's show planned on May 26, 2020 at Paris La Défense Arena is cancelled. The show couldn't be rescheduled.
The venue writes: "The production has considered several possibilities in order to find alternative touring periods in Paul McCartney's agenda, but it will not be possible because of the artist's many committments".
Paul McCartney writes: "We were lokking forward to seeing you all this summer for what we know would have been much fun. The band and I are so sorry we can't be with you, but these are unprecedented times and the wellbeing and safety of everyone is the priority. I hope you are all keeping well as we look forward to the brighter times ahead. We will rock again.
Love, Paul"
As a consequence, tickets for the show will be refunded where you bought them from May 12, 2020.

Paul McCartney are very sad! The Beatles former bassist and singer unfortunately has to cancelled his show in France in 2020. Announced by France Bleu radio station, the now 77-year-old British artist was expected to take over France for four shows planned in Lille, Paris, Bordeaux and Lyon.

Take note: Paul McCartney was said to kick off his French tour on May 23 at Lille Stade Pierre-Mauroy. He would have then gone to the huge Paris La Défense Arena on Tuesday May 26, 2020 before heading to Bordeaux Matmut Atlantique on May 21, 2020 and finish off at Lyon Groupama Stadium on June 7, 2020.

Planned on the show? Over thirty tiltes ("Hey Jude", "Live and Let Die", "Band on the Run", "Let it Be"...) covering the years of the Wings, the Beatles and his solo career. Accompanied by McCartney's band members from these past 15 years - Paul "Wix" Wickens (keys), Brian Ray (bass/guitar), Rusty Anderson (guitar) and Abe Laboriel Jr (drums) - the concert will proprose cutting edge audio and video technology!

For the record, Paul McCartney already took over Paris La Défense Arena during his “Freshen Up” tour on November 28, 2018. Less than two years later only, the former Beatles will return to this huge French venue to perform tracks from his 17th album named “Egypt Station”. Released on September 7, 2018, this album didn’t take long to seduce his fans’ ears especially thanks to effective songs such as “I don’t know”, “Come on To Me”, or even “Fuh You”.

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