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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Former Beatle Paul McCartney had to postpone until next Wednesday’ a concert that was supposed to be yesterday in Santiago due to plane problems while transporting their technical equipment, reported the British musician himself and the producer of his show.

    With an optimistic “we hope to have many rock nights in Santiago,” the artist said that instead of canceling the concert Monday he preferred not to disappoint his “wonderful Chilean fans,” said the producer, DGmedios, in a press release.

    The South American tour “Out There”, which began Saturday in Uruguay with the Beatle’s theme “Eight days a week”, had scheduled two concerts in the Chilean capital, one on Monday and another on Tuesday.

    The concert today will go on, but the Monday show at the Movistar Arena was moved to Wednesday at 21:00 local time (00:00 GMT Thursday), just before he leaves for Lima, the third leg of his tour.

    Rodrigo Martinez, spokesman for DGmedios, has estimated that at least 10,000 were people affected by the delay of the concert and said that those who cannot attend on Wednesday may request for their money back.

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN)

    San Jose, Costa Rica

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