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Minnesota governor declares Saturday Sir Paul McCartney Day as ex-Beatle performs
Article by: Associated Press 
Updated: August 2, 2014

MINNEAPOLIS — Saturday is Sir Paul McCartney Day in Minnesota.

Gov. Mark Dayton issued that proclamation as the ex-Beatle prepares to perform at Target Field in Minneapolis.

Dayton recognized McCartney for his musical career spanning nearly six decades. The proclamation also celebrates the 50th anniversary of the first — and only — Beatles concert in Minnesota.

McCartney performed with the Beatles at the old Metropolitan Stadium in Bloomington in 1965. His most recent Twin Cities appearance was in 2005 at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul.

McCartney brings his "Out There" tour to Target Field Saturday night for a sold-out show. With that concert, he will have performed in every Minnesota Twins baseball stadium.



Saturday 02/08/2014

Leaving his hotel
Foto: Hace unas horas
Paul McCartney sale de su hotel y se dirige al Target Field en Minneapolis.
Gracias Angelina..por el link..

Foto: 02 de Agosto 2014
Paul McCartney hace unos instantes
Thanks to Angelina

Minneapolis - Aug 2, 2014

The show

Foto: Minneapolis - Aug 2, 2014
Obrigada Angelina Grattone

Foto: Minneapolis - Aug 2, 2014
Obrigada Angelina Grattone

Foto: Gracias Angelina
Otra imagen de Paul McCartney hoy en Minneapolis


August 02 2014

In Minneapolis

Foto: Paul McCartney como siempre saludando a sus fans
En Minneapolis

SoundCheck in the  Target Field , Minneapolis..

Foto: Soundcheck de Paul McCartney
Target Field en Minneapolis

Foto: SoundCheck en el Target Field en Minneapolis..

Target Field open the doors

Foto: El Target Field de Minneapolis ya abrió sus puertas al público para el concierto de Paul McCartney en unas horas más
De acuerdo a las informaciones meteorológicas, amenaza llover en la ciudad..

Foto: Target Field, Minneapolis
02 de Agosto 2014
Esperando a Paul McCartney

Foto: Espectacular imagen a estadio lleno..

And in the end . . .

Foto: Todo listo..

On the stage


Minneapolis, MI 
August 2, 2014

Photo by MJ Kim and photo of poster by Brian Ray

Photo: Dana Koch

On his way to soundcheck
Thanks Neil

Tonight and at the concert
Thanks TCAnelle!

Can you think of a better sunset?

Paul McCartney at Target Field, Minneapolis August 2, 2014

Paul McCartney concert at Target Field.   Photo: Brian Mark Peterson

Lisa Fravel, from Sioux City, IA., pointed to her Beatle button collection on her hat.   Photo: David Brewster

Sir Paul McCartney performs with his band during the “Out There" Tour at the Times Union Center on Saturday, July 5, 2014, in Albany, N.Y.  Photo: Hans Pennink

Fans Flock To Target Field For Paul McCartney Concert
Kate Raddatz
August 2, 2014

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The heavy rain held off for thousands of Paul McCartney fans packed into Target Field Saturday night.
The Governor declared this “Sir Paul McCartney Day” in Minnesota.
McCartney’s first concert in Minnesota was nearly 50 years ago back in 1965 at Met Stadium.
WCCO’s Kate Raddatz got to enjoy the show from nearby Target Field.
You can hear the crowd loving every minute of it.
And why wouldn’t they?
This was a sold out show. Tickets ran out in just 20 minutes.
As fans got to see a Beatle make his return to the Twin Cities, and for the first time at Target Field.
To fans both young and old, his music is timeless.
At the time period that he started making music, and with the Beatles, has influenced so many other artists like across genres,” Ashley Hudak, of Delano, said.
Sir Paul McCartney’s music career spans nearly six decades.
When fans found out he would be the featured summer concert at Target Field excitement was an understatement.
“So Stoked I’m here with my aunt and uncle I’ve been listening to the Beatles and Paul McCartney since I was a kid and they got me started on it,” Penny Cody, of Brooklyn Park, said.
Fans lined up early ahead of the concert ready to rock, hoping for their favorite songs would be played.
“‘Hey Jude’ probably. Or ‘Yellow Submarine’,” Kelsey German, of Delano, said.
“I know he’s going to play them all,” Bob Lier, of Canton, S.D., “They’re all my favorite. I like them all.”
But whether they had a favorite tune or not, if it was their first McCartney concert or one of many, fans knew it would be a night to remember.
“It’s classic. All the Beatles music is classic. It’ll live forever,” Lier said.
McCartney was last in the Twin Cities in 2005 at Xcel in St Paul, Minn.

Fans said they hope to see him make a stop again not so far away.

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