What’s Good: Surprise Beatles Reunion At Dodger Stadium
It was supposed to be just another concert for Beatles legend Paul McCartney as he was ending his North American leg of his Freshen Up tour this past Saturday at Dodger Stadium. However, with it being the final show of the tour, of course he had a surprise up his sleeve for adoring Beatles fans.... Ringo Starr!
That's right, during the encore of McCartney's show, fans got a reunion they have been waiting for and they went wild for it! McCartney came out for the encore and announced "the one and only Ringo Starr!" and Ringo walked out on stage to the microphone. McCartney shouted "Happy Birthday" for Ringo's past birthday on July 7th.
Ringo flashed a peace sign to fans and said "peace and love everybody." Then, a second drum platform was wheeled out as a surprise and Ringo quickly took a seat. The two legends went into the song Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. This performance was made even more special for the duo because it was almost 54 years ago when they shared the stage in L.A., when the Beatles performed during their penultimate tour gig in August 1966.