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Paul McCartney's 'Let It Be Liverpool' concert, 1990

concert flyer with picture of Paul McCartney

Leaflet advertising Paul McCartney's 'Let it be Liverpool' concert

On 28 June 1990 Paul McCartney returned to his home city for a charity concert, appropriately named 'Let It Be Liverpool'.

The enormous concert was held in the King's Dock, on the waterfront adjacent to the Albert Dock. Since then the King's Dock was the venue for Liverpool's summer pops concerts for many years until 2004. A new purpose built stadium, the Echo Arena Liverpool, opened there in 2008.

souvenir carrier bag with picture of Paul McCartney

Plastic carrier bag advertising the 'Let It Be Liverpool' concert

Text on the leaflet reads:

"Paul McCartney
Let It Be Liverpool
Thursday 28 June
Subject to Licence
Proudly presented by Radio City & Liverpool Echo
Supported by TDK
The Paul McCartney World Tour"

Text on the carrier bag reads:

"Paul McCartney supported by TDK
Let It Be Liverpool
Charity concert, King's Dock, 28th June
A Marshall Arts presentation in association with MPL Communications Ltd
The Paul McCartney World Tour"

Accession numbers MMM.1991.3.2 (leaflet) and MMM.1991.3.5 (carrier bag).