Hundreds camp out for free Paul McCartney show in LA

Amoeba Records gives wristbands out early

Hundreds of Paul McCartney fans lined the streets of Hollywood today (June 26) to gain access to his free show scheduled for tomorrow evening at Amoeba Records Hollywood.

They were prepared to camp out overnight to receive one of the 200 coveted entry wristbands that were to scheduled to be given out tomorrow at 12:30 pm.

However, store management decided to give them a break and hand out wristbands early so the fans wouldn’t have to queue up overnight.


“When we saw that more than 200 people had already lined up, we decided to give them out early so they wouldn’t have to spend the night on the sidewalk,” said a spokesperson for Amoeba Records.

The show is set for 7:30pm PST tomorrow. It is McCartney‘s only scheduled Los Angeles performance at this time.

–By our Los Angeles staff.

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