Paul McCartney To Play At Wrigley Field?

CHICAGO (CBS) — Paul McCartney could be headed to Chicago this summer for two concerts at Wrigley Field.

The Sun-Times reports that the former Beatle may play at Wrigley on July 31 and Aug. 1

The Cubs are on the road during that time, and those dates are not listed on McCartney’s tour right now.

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The last time McCartney performed in a Chicago baseball park was in 1965, when the Beatles played at old Comiskey Park.

Wrigley has played host to several concerts in the past, including Jimmy Buffett, The Police, Billy Joel, Elton John and the Dave Matthews Band.

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  • george harrison

    I believe that Paul has performed a few times at the United Center since 1965.

  • Bryan

    McCartney played in Chicago at the United Center in 2002.

  • John

    He also played Rosemont in 1989 and ended that same tour at Soldier field in 1990

  • Ken

    He played here in 1976 at the Chicago Stadium with Wings, solo at the Horizon in 1989 and Soldier Field in 90, and at the United Center in 2002 (two tours) and one tour in 2005.

  • John Dodge

    The sentence should have said that the last time he played in a Chicago BALLPARK was 1965. Story has been corrected and we are wiping egg off faces.

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