August 6, 2014
When Paul McCartney played Yankee Stadium. My family and I attended.
We were surrounded by every "type" of fan imaginable; one woman sat silently on an end seat and just smiled throughout the entire show. Two others in their sixties danced throughout the whole three hour concert (two encores) while college kids screamed and pumped their fists from behind.
We all sang along with I Wanna Hold Your Hand and my teenagers did some serious head banging to Helter Skelter. Live and Let Die was literally explosive with the best pyrotechnics timed out for every chorus, and finally Paul was gone. He was delightful, sexy, cute, playful, masculine, classic, handsome, brilliant and pretty much perfect. The best way to sum up this experience is by what I told my kids, "you will never, in your lifetime see a show of that magnitude, that iconic, or one that holds that much talent and legacy." It was almost historic. Families relish memorable experiences they can all share together. No matter what concert or event you present, share it with the reminder that they will look back on it for years. It might not always be the caliber of a McCartney concert but then again Paul is still on tour.
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