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“It’s a historic show, it’s an ex-Beatle, it’s Paul McCartney we’re talking about. Their shows are not to be missed because when we talk about bringing artists of this stature, it’s a goal achieved for everyone. To hear him and put him in our hearts once again is what we’re all about. A privilege to experience”César Ramos, general manager of Master Live, the company responsible for Paul McCartney’s arrival, mentions in an interview with El Comercio.

On October 27, legendary music icon Paul McCartney will return to Peru to give a unique concert at the National Stadium.

On October 27, legendary music icon Paul McCartney will return to Peru to give a unique concert at the National Stadium.

The legendary artist visited our country for the first time in 2011. An unforgettable three-hour concert experience at the Monumental Arena in front of 45,000 Peruvians. On that occasion, he was caught hiding on the Miraflores boardwalk during his stay in the city and riding his bicycle. In 2014, McCartney returned to perform at the National Stadium and promote his latest album, “New”, at the time. With a musical format, it covers its three stages: The Beatles, The Wings and Alone.

After 10 years, the British singer-songwriter returns, maintaining the expectations of his thousands of fans. Tickets for the concert went on sale till June 15 with a special discount for Interbank card users. Depending on the area chosen to enjoy the show, tickets cost between Php 99 and Php 790. Not to be confused with the other six different zones – “experience zones” – enabledIt offers a pre-show reception, an invitation to Paul McCartney’s soundcheck, official proximity to Paul McCartney, a collectible laminate, and more.

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It would be 10 years before Paul McCartney came to Peru for the third time.  Photo: Rolly Reyna / El Comercio.

It would be 10 years before Paul McCartney came to Peru for the third time. Photo: Rolly Reyna / El Comercio.

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A long wait

Before accepting negotiations, McCartney’s team filters the artist’s arrival by sending two advanced teams to explore the country and its infrastructure. Later, this led to a third team, McCartney’s trusted men, who were responsible for going ahead with the concert and checking every detail before the show, from the characteristics of the stage to the designs of the flyers.

“McCartney is flexible and tolerant of quirks. He does not impose great demands beyond the technical aspects of his performance, which follows the guidelines of a theatrical work. It was established from the beginning that if something was missing, he himself would bring what was necessary to ensure a high-quality concert.Cesar Ramos tells us.

Sir Paul McCartney, a name synonymous with music history, is preparing to reunite with his Peruvian fans by delivering a night full of nostalgia and emotion at the national stage.

Sir Paul McCartney, a name synonymous with music history, is preparing to reunite with his Peruvian fans by delivering a night full of nostalgia and emotion at the national stage.

Why did it take 10 years for McCartney to return? The long wait is due to the decision of the team behind McCartney, who, when choosing countries, finds some places in the region less attractive compared to others. “One of the main reasons why Argentina and Brazil are the main bidders to get these great artists is because in those places they can even give a small national tour”Ramos explains. “Additionally, we currently have a big problem with seats in the Peruvian concert market, which makes it even more difficult to bring them in.”He adds.

Announcing his visit three days before the concert, the prices were reduced compared to his previous visits, and the National Stadium featured only hits from his solo career and his tour as a member of The Beatles. “It is unlikely that I will return to Peru for a second time or that a second date will open. We are talking about a famous singer who rarely comes to our country to play songs that everyone recognizes and never goes out of style.”Ramos concludes.

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