The mere mention of a Paul McCartney tour is enough to draw the masses, and we have a feeling his upcoming concerts across the world are going to do just that.
McCartney has already announced a handful of international tour dates, and yesterday, the news broke via official press release that the “Out There” tour will kick off its U.S. portion of dates on July 9 in Boston’s Fenway Park; the first time Sir Paul will perform there since his two-date stint in August of 2009.
American Express cardholders and McCartney fan club members have the opportunity to buy tickets before the general populace. For everyone else, tickets will be available April 5.
Experience the musical talent that is McCartney through nearly three hours of favorites from his time with The Beatles, Wings and as a solo artist.
As with any concert involving a pioneer of Rock and Roll, attending a McCartney concert is a rare (and great) opportunity. According to a review from the Boston Globe, McCartney’s 2009 Fenway show was, "a nearly flawless performance that played heavily to favorites while allowing him to stretch out as an artist who is obviously still vital and relevant."
With concert reviews like that, we have a feeling this show will sell out quickly, so fans are going to want to move fast!
Recently completing his On the Run tour, 2012 was a busy year for McCartney. He released the Grammy-winning album, Kisses On the Bottom, accepted a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and was the headline artist for the Hurricane Sandy 12-12-12 benefit concert.
More US tour dates are sure to come, so keep an eye on Paul McCartney’s website for ticket info and the rest of his latest news.