The musician has opened up about closely he worked with the late and great John Lennon, when writing songs for The Beatles.
It has been announced that Paul McCartney will perform at Candlestick Park before the San Francisco stadium is demolished.
The stadium is also the site where The Beatles performed their last concert in 1966.
McCartney will perform at the ‘Farewell to Candelstick: The Final Concert’, whilst on his ‘Out There’ tour.
McCartney was invited by San Francisco mayor Ed Lee, who said: "Sir Paul McCartney is a class act, and I am very grateful that he's coming back to Candlestick to help us give this iconic landmark the goodbye it deserves."
"To add a concert like this, one that's not only just great on a purely entertainment level, but one that is rooted in the city's history and musical history, is truly a once-in-a-lifetime event."
McCartney has also added a performance at the Los Angeles Dodger's Stadium on August 10.
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