You can't control the weather, event professionals say. But apparently that rule does not apply to former Beatle Paul McCartney.
In St. Petersburg, Russia, for a concert over the weekend, McCartney's team reportedly held off the threat of rain for the outdoor event by spending $55,000 for three jets to spray the clouds above the city with dry ice. Some 50,000 people gathered in Palace Square for McCartney's concert, only his second performance in Russia. The former Soviet regime had banned Beatle music as a corrupting influence.