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In June 2022, Paul McCartney headlined the Glastonbury Festival at the age of 80. This year, he made a return to Glastonbury, but in a different role – as an enthusiastic spectator. He was spotted enjoying some performances from the side of the stage and also exchanging with some artists backstage.
Among the acts that caught Paul’s attention were the Foo Fighters, Guns N’ Roses, The Pretenders, and Elton John.
After headlining himself last year, Paul McCartney returned to Glastonbury in 2023 as a spectator. And by all accounts, he had one hell of a time.
McCartney was seen watching several of the weekend’s performances from the side of the stage. On Friday, he took in Foo Fighters’ surprise set. On Saturday, he watched as Guns N’ Roses covered Wings’ “Live and Let Die.” And on Sunday, he was capturing his own cell phone video of Elton John performing “Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me.”
Macca also briefly popped up on stage during Pretenders’ Saturday set, where he gave the crowd a quick wave. He hung out backstage with Chrissie Hynde, posed for a photo with Foo Fighters drummer Josh Freese (and Pat Smear), and even took in a sun set with his wife Nancy Shevell.
Last updated on July 1, 2023
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