I saw him in Toronto!

Paul McCartney to End World Tour in Liverpool
LONDON (Reuters) – Ex-Beatle Sir Paul McCartney will end his year-long world tour in his home town of Liverpool, birthplace of the Fab Four.
The last show takes place on June 1 near the banks of the River Mersey.
“I’ve been touring this show all around the world and we’ve been having a great time — but it will be very special for me to now bring it on home to Liverpool,” McCartney said in a statement on Wednesday.
“I’ve a feeling it will be a good and emotional ending to a wonderful year,” he added.
McCartney began his tour in Oakland, California, in April 2002, playing 58 concerts in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Japan.
Last month he began the 32-show European leg of the tour which includes concerts in Rome’s Colosseum and Moscow’s Red Square, before ending in Liverpool.
By the time the tour ends, nearly two million people will have paid to see the ex-Beatle play.