Beatle fans rejoice! Paul McCartney is set to return to BC Place Stadium on July 6, 2019 with his new Freshen Up tour. Paul’s last BC Place concert was a total sellout and our concert limousine service running from Whistler to Vancouver was completely booked. All of our party and limo buses, vintage vehicles, stretch limos and sedans were on the road.
Whistler to Vancouver Concert Limos
Ritz is renowned for supplying Whistler BC and its surrounding region with luxury VIP concert limousine and bus service to Metro Vancouver for concert nights. Our fleet consists of vehicles ready to handle any group size. Every vehicle comes clean and full of state-of-the-art entertainment features, luxury interiors, privacy dividers, climate controls and booming stereos with i-pod and bluetooth connectivity and much more!
Concert Limo Fleet:
- Private Sedans and SUV’s
- Stretch limousines
- SUV limos
- Executive vans
- Mini buses
- Party buses
- Limo buses
- Vintage Cars
With Ritz taking care of your VIP concert transportation you can relax and fully enjoy the evening. You don’t have to worry about the long drive along the Sea to Sky highway, event parking, long walks to the front gate, bad weather or the expense of cab transport after the show. We give you and your group complete luxury door to door service all the way from Whistler to Vancouver. We will be there waiting to give you return service as well. What could be better than that?
Paul McCartney – The Freshen Up Tour
The Freshen Up tour will highlight McCartney’s newest album Egypt Station. The Vancouver concert is expected to last three hours and also feature songs from McCartney’s days as a Beatle, with Wings and his solo albums.
The Freshen Up Tour will mark Mr. McCartney’s third visit to Vancouver in the past 7 years. All this action following a 48-year absence. This may be the last time we see him so it’s a show not to be missed.
The catalogue of tunes available to Paul McCartney is absolutely staggering. It has always been clear that he loves performing them too. In our opinion The last Paul McCartney concert was one of the best shows Vancouver has ever seen. From the ukulele strumming on “Something” to the other classics during the latter half of the night his voice was in great form and the energy generated from that show was contagious.