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Paul McCartney being jailed for possession of marijuana since the previous night, promoters logically decided to cancel the 11-dates Japan tour. The dates of the tour were to be:
- January 21st, 1980 Tokyo, Japan Budokan
- January 22nd, 1980 Tokyo, Japan Budokan
- January 23rd, 1980 Tokyo, Japan Budokan
- January 24th, 1980 Tokyo, Japan Budokan
- January 25th, 1980 Nagoya, Japan Aichi-ken Taiiku-kan
- January 26th, 1980 Nagoya, Japan Aichi-ken Taiiku-kan
- January 28th, 1980 Osaka, Japan Osaka Festival Hall
- January 29th, 1980 Osaka, Japan Osaka Furitsu Taiiku-kan
- January 31st, 1980 Tokyo, Japan Budokan
- February 1st, 1980 Tokyo, Japan Budokan
- February 2nd, 1980 Tokyo, Japan Budokan
Paul McCartney spent his second night in his cell at the detention center, as prisoner number 22.
For the first three days I had headaches and nightmares, but after that I was actually getting quite a good night’s sleep, learning a little Japanese and becoming friendly with the other guys, having a laugh.Paul McCartney, Wingspan book, 2002
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