Cubs block off July 31-Aug. 1 for possible Paul McCartney shows

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SHARE Cubs block off July 31-Aug. 1 for possible Paul McCartney shows

As we reported earlier, the Cubs are asking Ald. Tom Tunney (44th) to introduce an ordinance today that would authorize holding two Paul McCartney concerts at Wrigley Field on July 31 and Aug. 1. Still no official word from Macca’s camp on any dates past his gig this Friday in Las Vegas.

UPDATE 4:18 p.m.: McCartney just announced another baseball park show: July 15 at Yankee Stadium. It kicks off a new tour, the 2001 On the Run Tour, according to a Wednesday press release.

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