The promoter of last week’s Paul McCartney concert at Candlestick Park confirmed to KPIX 5 on Monday that they will not be offering refunds to ticketholders who missed the show due to traffic.
Fifty years ago this week, the Bay Area was fully in the grasp of the social phenomenon known as “Beatlemania.” On August 18, 1964, the Fab Four arrived in San Francisco to play the Cow Palace, starting their […]
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee will meet with Khofi Bonner, the executive vice president of Lennar Urban, next week to discuss the demolition of Candlestick Park.
COMMENTARY: Please forgive me if I don’t get too sentimental about the last event ever at Candlestick Park. Oh sure, there have been plenty of memorable moments in that old dump, but let me counterbalance all the nostalgia with a few not-so-warm memories.
As Paul McCartney plays his last–and THE last–concert at Candlestick Park, we look back at the first time McCartney played Candlestick, and the small concert at Cow Palace 50 years ago next week. Think you know you’re Beatles? From Beach Boys favorites, to Jelly Beans, to ambulances, test your knowledge on these 9 trivia bits.
Candlestick Park is closing its doors for good but not before one last hoorah. Sir Paul McCartney will perform at the The ‘Stick tonight – the last public event at the stadium.
Thursday night’s Paul McCartney concert is the last event scheduled for Candlestick Park.
On Thursday, Paul McCartney takes the stage in the farewell to Candlestick Park.
Crews were busy setting up Wednesday for Thursday’s final event at Candlestick Park, a concert by Sir Paul McCartney. Around 49,000 fans are coming to say hello again to McCartney, and goodbye forever to the ballpark.
Want to own a piece of the place that played host to “The Catch” and the final concert of The Beatles? Here’s your chance, so long as you aren’t too picky about what that piece is.