Paul McCartney has recently addressed the rumors surrounding his role at this year’s Firefly Music Festival, and he has confirmed that he is indeed headlining the festival. McCartney, as well a many more amazing acts will be at this year’s Firefly Music Festival which is set to begin June 18th through the 21st in Dover, Delaware.
The McCartney live experience is a once in a lifetime opportunity; in just three hours one can experience some his greatest contributions to music history, some dating back nearly 50 years. McCartney is known to not only play songs from his solo career in his set, but also songs from his time with Wings, and of course the Beatles; music which has for many has become the soundtrack of their lives.
McCartney’s Out There tour has seen Paul and his talented band performing in many, various, and impressive venues and locations. Some of these include The Coliseum in Rome, Moscow’s Red Square, Buckingham Palace, and even the White House. McCartney has also recently performed a free show in Mexico that drew a 400,000+ attendance and even more interesting, a live broadcast into space.
His band, which has supported Paul for the last 10 years, includes Paul “Wix” Wickens on keyboards, Brian Ray on bass/guitar, Rusty Anderson on guitar, and Abe Laboriel Jr. on drums. Guaranteed to never disappoint, Paul and the band has just finished up a whirlwind weekend, which included an intimate Valentine’s Day show at New York’s Irving Plaza, and a live performance on Saturday Night Live’s 40th Anniversary show.
The impressive tour uses state of the art technology and production to ensure that the entire audience walks away with the best possible McCartney experience. With the use of massive screens, lasers, fireworks, unique video content, and as always, the best songs in the world, The Paul McCartney show is much more than any concert you may have attended. Paul’s audience is a diverse, multi-generational, group, from different backgrounds, all brought together by his amazing catalog of music.