In an incredible moment of nostalgia and a tribute to a legendary band, Paul McCartney\u2019s concert on Saturday night at the Los Angeles Dodger\u2019s Stadium exploded with excitement and emotion throughout the massive crowd. It really did feel like \u201cYesterday\u201d as his guest star for the evening stepped out on to the stage: Ringo Starr. There has rarely been a moment like this since the band disbanded in 1970. The disband was followed by countless pleas by fans and committees and large monetary efforts to get The Beatles to reunite. They briefly reunited during the re-release of \u201cAll Those Years Ago\u201d after John Lennon was shot and killed in 1981. This wasn't the only surprise event that happened that night Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr \/ Wikimedia Commons The last time the group collaborated was in the early 2000s. The desire to see the band members back together has never dissipated, and on Saturday night McCartney fulfilled this desire, with the only two remaining members of The Beatles. Paul McCartney At Dodgers Stadium \/ Wikimedia Commons During Saturday night\u2019s performance, Starr took over the drumming for two songs, "Sgt Pepper\u2019s Lonely Hearts Club Band," and "Helter Skelter." During "Sgt Pepper\u2019s Lonely Hearts Club Band," McCartney turned around and said \u201cthank you!\u201d to Starr as he hit the drums in the way only Ringo Starr can. It seemed to be a thank you Starr for helping to create their legacy\u2014with a little help from their friends. John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, and George Harrison \/ Flickr Starr recently celebrated his 11th Annual \u201cPeace and Love\u201d celebration. According to Ringo's website, with this celebration, he uses his birthday \u201cto create a wave of Peace & Love across the planet, starting in New Zealand and ending in Hawaii.\u201d This took place on July 7th, at Capitol Records Tower in LA. https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/Bz6BnZmpUA9\/ This was not the first concert The Beatles\u2014or members of The Beatles\u2014have performed at the Los Angeles Dodger\u2019s Stadium. The first time was August 28th, 1966, during the Summer 1966 US Tour, where they performed a 27-minute concert. McCartney's second time entertaining solo at the Dodger's Stadium was in 2014 when he performed a nearly three-hour concert. Paul McCartney \/ Flickr That wasn\u2019t McCartney\u2019s only guest appearance that night, however. He also introduced The Eagle's guitarist, Joe Walsh. Together they performed the song "The End." After their performance together, Starr tossed his drumsticks into the crowd and pretended to toss McCartney's guitar out as well. As Starr left the stage, McCartney attributed Starr\u2019s classic, \u201cPeace and Love,\u201d catchphrase. Like their classic 1967 song, it was a Hello followed soon by Goodbye. https:\/\/youtu.be\/-zcEbsUEVDY Curious about what the children of The Beatles members are up to now? Learn more here!