The Beatles legend Paul McCartney posted a photo on Instagram, remembering the day he and Queen icon Freddie Mercury shared the stage for the ‘Live Aid’ show 35 years ago.

As you might recall, on July 13, 1985, the worldwide rock concert named ‘Live Aid‘ organized to raise funds for famine relief in Ethiopia. The legendary rock bands and musicians, such as The Beatles, Queen, U2, and David Bowie, performed together on this important day which was broadcasted live around the world.

Live Aid concert was watched by more than 1.9 billion people from 110 nations. The event raised more than $125 million to relieve the ongoing famine in Africa.

Recently on Instagram, The Beatles icon Paul McCartney posted a photo of himself and Queen’s late legend Freddie Mercury while they were getting ready before the big Live Aid performance in front of millions. Apparently, the photo was taken just before their show at Wembley Stadium in London in 1985.

On the caption of his post, Paul McCartney remembered the good old day he spent with his dear friend Freddie Mercury and stated:

“On This Day in 1985, Paul performed at London’s Wembley Stadium for Live Aid! #LiveAid35

You can see the photo Paul McCartney posted on his official Instagram account below.