The Paul McCartney Project

iTunes Festival • Thursday, July 5, 2007

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Institute for Contemporary Arts

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From paulmccartney.com, June 25, 2007:

SIR PAUL McCARTNEY PLAYS LIVE AT THE ICA AS PART OF iTUNES FESTIVAL: LONDON,

The ICA is delighted to announce that Sir Paul McCartney is to make a very special guest appearance at the first ever iTunes Festival: London held at the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA).

He will perform exclusively on 5 July and joins over 60 of the world’s leading acts playing at the historically prestigious 350 capacity venue every night in July. ICA Artistic Director, Ekow Eshun comments: “This is more than a music festival, this is a unique series of performances from some of Britain’s most exciting and talented musicians that’s set to make July at the ICA hotter than ever. The sheer pace and standard of the line-up is exhilarating.

We have an amazing history of musical firsts and landmark gigs at the ICA so to present this roster of more than 60 acts over 31 nights in our 60th anniversary year seems absolutely fitting. It’s also a chance for us to say thank you to our members – and welcome new ones – as a set number of free tickets will be reserved exclusively for them each evening. Being able to announce this very special guest, Sir Paul ensures that this month stakes a unique place in musical history.” — Kasabian will close the Festival with a headline slot on July 31. Other new acts added to the already spectacular line-up include The Go! Team and Aqualung. […]

Last updated on October 13, 2020

Institute for Contemporary Arts

This was the 1st and only concert played at Institute for Contemporary Arts.

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