Paul McCartney in Barcelona June 17, 2020

At MuchaMasia you already know that we are music lovers. We like all styles because we love cultural richness. But this time we have decided to dedicate an article to one of the greats. Beatles member Paul McCartney, one of the most prolific and important musicians in history, comes to Barcelona. And we suggest you stay at MuchaMasia to enjoy their concert next Wednesday, June 17.


Paul McCartney performs at the Olympic Stadium

Paul McCartney is 77 years old. On this occasion, his Freshen Up tour stops in Barcelona. It is fireproof. All life dedicated to music and continues at the foot of the canyon. The singer will perform at the Barcelona Olympic Stadium on Wednesday, June 17 at 9:30 p.m. It is a special experience to enjoy your music. At his advanced age, it may be Paul McCartney’s last big tour.

With songs like ‘Hey Jude’, ‘Live and Let Die’, ‘Band on the Run’ and ‘Let It Be’ the live Paul McCartney experience is everything a music lover could want from a rock concert . Nearly three hours of greatest hits from the past 50 years of music, dozens of songs from Paul’s solo career, Wings, and, of course, from the Beatles’ repertoire that have formed the soundtrack of our lives.


The essence of The Beatles

Few more introductions does Paul McCartney need. He was one of the alma maters of The Beatles, the mythical pop music band. For many, considered the best in history. John Lennon, Ringo Starr, George Harrison and Paul himself formed this quartet, interpreters of great songs that have been remembered as “Yellow Submarine”, “Let it be” or “Lucy in the sky with diamonds”. Little more can we tell you about this man and his music, better that you go listen to him … before it’s too late.


How to get to the concert?

Accessing the Paul McCartney concert is very easy. From MuchaMasia, the rural hostel urbà del Prat de Llobregat, you can take bus 165 close to home. Bus 165 brings you to the Plaza de España. Once there, you can choose the free shuttle buses that take you to the stadium or walk up a comfortable walk, yes, uphill.

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