February 23rd, 2012 by ejalbright
Sir Paul McCartney has begun announcing his tour dates for 2012. So far all are in England and northern Europe.
As for Chichen Itza, which Yucatan’s Governor Ivonne Ortega Pacheco tweeted in December that the show is confirmed, thought the date is not. McCartney will play Chichen Itza in late March or April, according to the governor.
According to the former Beatle’s website, he will play four concerts between March 24-29, in the Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, and the U.K.
Even though his tour seems to be focused in Europe, it doesn’t rule out a one-time show at Chichen Itza. Elton John, for example, flew into Chichen Itza International Airport from the United States on the day of his show and flew out after it was over, only spending a few hours in Mexico. Paul McCartney could make the flight from Europe in a few hours and have a nice nap on the plane on the way back.
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