Montana Renames Mountain After Paul McCartney

By Philip Cosores

As you may or may not have heard, over the weekend Minnesota deemed August 2 as Paul McCartney Day in honor of his first stop in the state in over a decade. Well, Montana is pissed.

Maybe not pissed, and probably in no way related to Minnesota’s decision at all, but Montana is doing a little honoring of Macca themselves, Consequence of Sound reports, as they have temporarily renamed their Mount Sentinel to be Mount McCartney in honor of the Tuesday night gig at Washington-Grizzly Stadium in Missoula. The mountain features a giant white “M” that will stand for McCartney until the morning of August 6.

This is Macca’s first stop ever in Montana, and the state is pleased to have him on his appropriately named “Out There” tour. They have even produced a survival guide for the concert, which we can only assume is part of their tradition for producing necessary survival guides for most Montana activities.

There’s the mountain, below:

Mount McCartneyMount McCartney, FKA Mount Sentinel (via Wikipedia)

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