Lincoln, Neb.-- On a beautiful spring day, it's not unusual to see someone relaxing on a bench.
But, if you look closely at one outside Pinnacle Bank Arena, you may see a man with a Beatle's bag full of snacks at the box office, where Paul McCartney tickets will go on sale Monday.
"He's given me a lot of pleasure and happiness with his music, " Darrell Henggeler said.
"He's my favorite entertainer of all time, and that's why I'm here and wanted to be here early to be [the] number one person in line."
Henggeler made it with ease. He sat down 75 hours before the tickets went on sale.
"I'm paying my dues," Henggeler said.
"I'm looking forward to a good show and I know he won't disappoint."
And Henggeler admits, to some, he may seem a little crazy.
Henggeler knows he can go online and get tickets, but, he said the best of the best seats are only sold to those who work for it.
"I'm out here, also, just like Paul said - he's out there," Henggeler said.
"It's gonna be a long wait to Monday, but, it will be worth it.
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