Boy with autism surprised with ticket to see Paul McCartney
Brian has been a fan since he was eight years old
Xin Xin Liu
Jul 17, 2017
OKLAHOMA CITY —
Brian Lowe Guillen couldn’t believe his eyes when his family surprised him with tickets to see his idol, Sir Paul McCartney, in Oklahoma City.
The 16-year-old boy, who has autism, has been a fan of McCartney and The Beatles since he was eight years old, Brian’s aunt, Mandy Lowe Guillen, told KOCO 5.
Aunt Mandy said he knows the history of The Beatles and loves the music. So they decided to surprise him with tickets to see Sir McCartney himself in Oklahoma City.
Brian is being raised by his great grandparents. They live in the small town of Calvin, Oklahoma.
Aunt Mandy said they’ve been to a few of The Beatles cover bands, but by seeing Sir Paul McCartney live, Brian will finally get to live out his ultimate dream.
McCartney returns to Oklahoma City Monday night, for the first time since 2002.