A Polish website reported Sunday that Paul McCartney may be playing a concert in that country in early June. The website Gazeta Wroclaw, which carried the report of the rumored concert, said their information came from three different sources and that the concert could be signed “any day now,” according to the English translation. Information on the exact date, however, was not available, according to the website's report.
The most specific information about the show on the website is that “it is known the concert will take place in early June,” a statement attributed to to one of those involved in the negotiations. It also said the concert will be organized by Wrocław 2012, which owns the Municipal Stadium in Wroclaw.
According to Pawel Stolecki, a McCartney fan in Poland, McCartney fans in that country are excited about the report of the possible show.
A Mexican website recently posted another unconfirmed report that McCartney was in negotiations for new shows in South America and the Southern Hemisphere that could happen in May.
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