chris wrote:hey eggman, i hope you get a chance to see him. have you seen him before?
Thanks Chris. The answer is yes, I've seen him twice. Saturday November 2nd 2002 and Thursday May 27th 2010. And I also saw Ringo Starr last November 1st 2011 so now I can say I saw half of The Beatles
Thanks again for your whishes. Honestly, If this thing comes true and Paul performs in Chichen Itzá I'm afraid I won't be able to go there cause the distance is considerably huge, at least for me. As an example, it's like If I was living in Los Angeles or San Diego and the concert was in Houston, or maybe New Orleans. But that's the least of the problems, the main one would be the ticket's price. The place's capacity is limited, some people say there will be only 5000 fans and only some wealthy people will be there. I mean, when Elton John performed there tickets were over a thousand dollars each. Yes, maybe I have that money but I rather preffer use it for more important things. The thing is, local government makes this to bring in tourism and they promote the event internationally so people around the world interested in visiting this site can find another reason to go there. It's like Paul's concert at the Rome Colloseum in 2003, If you know what I mean.
Yes, I'd love to see Paul again but I'm not sad at all. I'm going to see Elton John next March 3 (and I just noticed he's coming with Ray Cooper!) and Roger Water's The wall next April 29th. But yes, I'd change those 2 concerts just to be able to see Paul just one more time.