Beatlemania is alive and well! Paul McCartney mobbed by hundreds of fans as he arrives in Japan...wearing a kimono

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Aside from selling millions of records, the success of The Beatles was often defined by the hordes of fanatical fans who would follow them around the world. Fast-forward fifty years on and little has changed. 

Sir Paul McCartney and his wife Nancy were mobbed by a sea of supporters at they arrived at Kansai International Airport in Osaka, Japan, today. The acclaimed singer is there as part of his Out There tour, which will see him play two dates in Osaka, one in Fukuoka and three consecutive nights at the Tokyo Dome. Wearing a black and white kimono in honour of Japanese culture, both the 71 year-old rocker and his wife appeared colour co-ordinated in matching trousers and black shoes. The star waved at fans as they walked through the arrivals gate, causing screams of excitement from across the terminal.

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Source: Daily Mail, UK

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