Paul McCartney will play a “pop up” show tonight (Friday, June 24th) in Frome, England as a warm-up for Saturday’s (June 25th) performance at England’s Glastonbury Festival. The former-Beatle announced he and his band will perform live in Frome, Somerset, at the Cheese and Grain (Market Yd, Justice Ln, Frome BA11 1BE), hitting the stage at 5 p.m. local time.
According to the announcement:
Tickets for this extraordinary experience are available now from the Cheese and Grain box office — in-person only — and will be available on a strictly first-come first-served basis. The box office will be open for extended hours this evening until tickets have sold out.
This is an incredible opportunity to watch Paul warm up for his Glastonbury headlining performance this weekend, and won’t be Paul’s normal set, so expect an afternoon full of wonderful surprises.
Tickets are 25 (British pounds) each and limited to 2 per person and are non-transferable.
We caught up with Paul McCartney not too long ago and asked him what he considered his greatest achievement: “My most significant achievement is my children, they are very significant and boy. But it was easy achieving that (laughter). But work? Y’know, I don’t know. It’s a very difficult question ’cause I’ve been lucky to have been involved in so many cool things. I think one of the most magical things, I think a lot of people in music, you kind of end up believing in a kind of a mystery and a magic, ’cause there is that to it.”