They built it. And they came.
Jim and Heidi Duncan beam from their floor seats prior to Paul McCartney taking the stage for Tuesday’s concert at Washington-Grizzly Stadium in Missoula. “It was bumper to bumper coming up from Billings,” Jim Duncan said.
Linda Gardner, of Alberton, shows off her sign before Paul McCartney’s concert at Washington-Grizzly Stadium in Missoula.
Dressed in Beatles T-shirts, A.J. Miller and Mikayla Kovash, of Billings, hang out at a pre-concert party with other McCartney fans in Missoula’s Caras Park.
There were many surreal moments during the 2-1/2-hour concert Tuesday by Paul McCartney at the Washington-Grizzly Stadium in Missoula.
MISSOULA — It bodes well for business when the boss is pleased. And after Tuesday night’s record-breaking concert in Missoula, Paul McCartney was pleased indeed.
Heather McPhail, Billings, listens and watches the video screen through a fence while McCartney does a sound check before the show.
While tickets went fast during the initial sale, several good seats were for sale outside the stadium.
At 72, McCartney remains the heartthrob he has been throughout his musical career.
A family portrait before the show.
Paul McCartney points to the crowd out the car window as he arrives under police escort to Washing-Grizzly Stadium Tuesday evening.
A bit of humor with Godzilla and McCartney dolls on the sound board.
McCartney looks at the Missoula crowd as he first enters the stage.
McCartney licks his finger to tell the Missoula crowd they're hot.
After the finger lick, McCartney gestures to tell the crowd they're hot.
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