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Paul McCartney Tour News and Updates
Those who were disappointed that Paul McCartney’s spring tour only lasted for ten shows have gotten some great news this summer. The infamous rock and roller will be making another trip across the U.S. this summer and fall! In July, McCartney will be hitting up towns in Wisconsin, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania playing all of his most beloved hits. Before the month is over, he’ll even head up north for a stop at the FirstOntario Centre in Hamilton, Ontario, on July 21! Tickets for that show can and should be purchased now, or you might just miss out! With fewer than 200 tickets remaining, you better get yours before they’re gone. Paul McCartney ticket prices start at $141.
If seeing Paul McCartney live is on your bucket list, now is your chance to cross it off. Starting in July, Sir Paul will be touring select U.S. cities and singing more classic songs than fans can shake a stick at. Recent shows have featured dozens of Beatles favorites, including “Hard Day’s Night,” “Lady Madonna” and “Eleanor Rigby.” The iconic singer even closed out an encore in Argentina with “The End.” On July 8, McCartney will be playing at the Marcus Amphitheatre in Milwaukee, with tickets for that show starting at $92. From there the tour heads to Ohio, where tickets are still available at a slightly higher starting price of $164.
By now, almost everyone has heard the news that Paul McCartney is on tour this spring, hitting up several of the major cities across the United States and Canada. The bad news is, however, that with only ten shows on the schedule, your chances to catch him this time around are somewhat limited. This means that you need to act quickly and purchase tickets before they’re gone. The tour kicks off in less than two weeks (April 13) at the Save Mart Center in Fresno. You can also see McCartney play the Moda Center at the Rose Garden in Portland, Oregon, on April 15. Starting prices for seats starts at $152 and $77 respectively.
During this time of year, there are many concerts to be seen and heard, but one that you will not want to miss is Paul McCartney. He and his team have put together one of the shortest tours of the year that includes only five quick shows. McCartney starts off on October 13 in Columbus, OH and swiftly makes his way to Canada for two shows and heads back to end in Buffalo, NY at the First Niagara Center. See him perform “Band on the Run,” “Let it Be,” and much more this October. Tickets are selling fast so don’t miss your chance to see the former Beatle with your very own eyes.
10/1/15 - Unless you have been living under a rock for the last 50 years, you are probably more than familiar with former Beatles front man and living music legend Paul McCartney. Well, now is your chance to catch this icon live in concert! His five-show tour kicks off in less than two weeks at the Nationwide Arena in Columbus, OH. Tickets to the opening show are currently available for as little as $85 and are not expected to last for long. The singer and songwriter is also scheduled to appear at venues in Pennsylvania, Ontario, and Michigan before his final show at First Niagara Center in Buffalo, NY on October 22.
9/24/15 - Paul McCartney has been at the top of his game since he was a part of the most important rock and roll band in history. He is now set to release two of his most famous solo albums, Tug of War and Pipes of Peace. McCartney personally oversaw the mixing and production of both records, which will also include never-released tracks and video footage. If you are lucky, you may be able to hear him perform some of these songs live as well as digitally, as he is also about to embark on a short concert tour which will see him in five cities over the course of ten days. Take advantage of this opportunity by purchasing tickets for a show in a town near you!
9/16/15 - Paul McCartney is revisiting some old material ahead of his upcoming tour, which kicks off on Tuesday, October 13 at Nationwide Arena in Columbus, OH. The former Beatles singer and guitarist will rerelease his 1983 solo album Pipes of Peace in early October. You can already listen to the single for which is the album is named online, which is the first remastered track off of the record to be released next month. Could McCartney be hinting that he plans to play some of his Pipes of Peace material at his upcoming shows? Find out when it all starts next month. Tickets to the opening night show are widely available and are currently selling for prices starting at $85. Grab yours before they sell out!
9/10/15 - Have you heard the news? Former Beatles front man and living rock music legend Paul McCartney is set to take the stage in five lucky cities this October. Not only that, he also released a brand new song this week. It’s not just any song, however; it is the very first love song written to the Earth. McCartney collaborated with a long line of celebrity friends to make the new hit, including Natasha Bedingfield, Sheryl Crow, Fergie, Colbie Caillat, Jon Bon Jovi, Sean Paul, Leona Lewis, and Victoria Justice just to name a few. The song is designed to raise awareness for climate change and encourage listeners to take action. Do not be surprised to hear the new single at one of his shows this October!
9/1/15 - Few things cause more of a stir than the news that Paul McCartney is on tour. The heralded musician recently announced that he will be making stops in five lucky North American cities during the month of October as a part of his “Out There” tour. The lucky locations are Columbus, Ohio; University Park, Pennsylvania; Toronto, Ontario; Detroit, Michigan; and Buffalo, New York. The whole thing begins and ends within two weeks but is sure to be the thrill of a lifetime for his droves of fans! If you are interested in seeing this living legend and former Beatle perform live, be sure to purchase your tickets today or you may just miss your chance! The Columbus show is scheduled for Tuesday, October 13, at the Nationwide Arena. Prices start at $159.
9/29/14 - He’s still going strong as one of the two remaining members of the Beatles, and folks in the Southeast United States are in for a treat, as Paul McCartney plays hits from his Beatles, Wings, and solo catalogs. His tour continues through the end of October.
9/17/14 - We’re less than a fortnight away from Paul McCartney’s next stadium show: 9/28 at Petco Park! Tickets for this show continue to drop in price: San Diego seats cost a $92 minimum one week ago, but the get-in price now runs as low as $76. That’s a 17% price drop in Paul McCartney tickets you simply cannot pass up!
9/11/14 - Paul McCartney tickets are certainly among the hottest on the market, with his incredible “Out There” tour selling out stadiums across the country—but that doesn’t mean you can’t score an awesome deal with Razorgator today! San Diego Paul McCartney tickets have dropped from a $100 to a $92 get-in price at Petco Park on 9/28. Lock yours in now!
8/29/14 - After his first two California shows yielded big crowds, big bucks, a big setlist, and even bigger praise, Paul McCartney will play his final show in the Golden State next month. His September 28 concert at Petco Park in San Diego gives west coast McCartney fans a final shot at seeing the former Beatles member live, before he treks across Texas, Louisiana and a handful of other Southern dates. Paul McCartney tickets in San Diego offered a minimum of $98 to get-in last week, but the price has risen slightly over the last few days, now standing at $100 for the cheapest ticket.
8/22/14 – Thanks to the first summer leg of his US “Out There” tour in July and August, Paul McCartney tops the list of Billboard’s Hot Tours. The six-week sojourn yielded $38.7 million, with San Francisco’s Candlestick Park concert being the top-grossing night thus far—at $7 million in sales from the 53, 000-plus fans. With number like these, it’s not hard to see why Paul McCartney tickets have been selling like lightning. Score your seats at his next show, Sept. 28 in San Diego, for a minimum of $98.
8/13/14 –Almost 50 years later, Paul McCartney returned to play Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, and his multi-generational appeal was on full display. The legend played to 50,000 fans across last night's three-hour 40-hit-song set, but this week marks an even bigger event. McCartney is billed to close out the historic Candlestick Park in San Francisco. The stadium last hosted Sir Paul when it featured the Beatles last live concert in 1966, and now, in 2014 the legend will repay the favor. Tomorrow’s show is a sell-out, with 49,000-plus fans to be in attendance—but you can still buy Paul McCartney tickets from Razorgator today! Get in on Thursday, Aug. 14 for a minimum of $122 and watch one icon bid farewell to another.
8/7/14 – Paul McCartney’s 2014 tour may have just started in the US, but it’s already breaking records. With over 25,000 tickets sold at Washington-Grizzly Stadium, the show at Missoula was easily the largest-ever in Montana, greater than the Rolling Stones concert of ’06. The legend definitely wants you to get your money’s worth when you buy Paul McCartney tickets; he performed songs the audience wanted to hear most from his never-ending catalogue, most from his Beatles years, across the whopping three hour set. Get last minute Paul McCartney tickets for tonight’s show in Salt Lake City; pay a mere $16 minimum at EnergySolutions Arena. The concert may be a few hours away, but Razorgator has over 240 cheap Paul McCartney tickets to get you into the concert of your dreams tonight!
7/31/14 – After all these years, former Beatle Paul McCartney proves he’s still got it—and then some. Forbes recently reported that the knighted musician’s stadium concert tour is the most in-demand and expensive of any and all touring artists this summer. Take that Beyoncé! Paul McCartney tickets for his “Out There” stadium shows have an average price of $246 on the secondary ticket market. The most popular concert is San Francisco’s Levi’s Stadium date, averaging $575.57 a seat. That doesn't mean you can't score a great deal on Paul McCartney tickets when you buy with Razorgator: spend as little as $42 to get-in for the singer's Saturday performance at Target Field in Minneapolis (8/2).
7/21/14 – Paul McCartney is making up for having to postpone the "Out There" Tour earlier this summer in a big way. The singer has added a very special intimate performance in the Lone Star state on Oct. 1. McCartney will play San Antonio’s brand new Tobin Center, offering a once in a lifetime setting to see this former Beatle, who often plays stadium arenas, as close as ever. Paul McCartney tickets for this show will, of course, be amongst the hardest to find on the market, as this cozy theatre performance is sure to be a priceless experience. There are still some Paul McCartney at Tobin Center tickets available on Razorgator, but it will cost you a pretty penny: pay $1262 for a Balcony seat in San Antonio.
7/16/14 – Paul McCartney may be a classic rocker, but he’s definitely been bitten by the tech-bug! The former Beatles member released five of his most famous LPs as iPad apps, including Band on the Run, RAM, McCartney, McCartney II and Wings Over America. Paul McCartney tickets for his recently announced additional date in San Diego (9/28) offer a get-in price of $81. This makes the Petco Park show his second most expensive concert in California when compared to the $74 get-in price at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles (8/10), and the $95 get-in price at Candlestick Park in San Francisco (8/14).
7/11/14 – Paul McCartney is making up his rescheduled tour dates in a big way! The “Out There” singer has added yet another date in the US, on top of his previously announced Greensboro Oct 30 performance. Sir Paul’s latest addition is Sept 28 at San Diego’s Petco Park. The So Cal concert is currently his only engagement on calendar in the month of September—keep your fingers crossed for more Paul McCartney tickets to fill up his fall itinerary!
7/3/14 - When the Beatles first came around to Candlestick Park 50 years ago, the stadium's capacity was 42, 500 but only slightly more than half of that were sold for the San Francisco show—this will not be so when Paul McCartney graces the same venue on August 14. The legendary musician’s concert at Candlestick Park averages over $500 on the secondary market—the highest by far on his “Out There” tour. If you’re looking for a cheaper show, those in Lincoln and Salt Lake City are the cheapest for his North American leg. Following Chicago, the second highest average for Paul McCartney tickets are found at the United Center in Chicago. Upon Paul’s return to rockin’ after his recent health scare, “Out There” tour tickets average $290 overall.
6/26/14 – Good news Paul McCartney fans, not only is the singer “Feeling great, rocking and rolling,” but he also posted all-new dates for his rescheduled tour of the United States! The singer is fully recovered from the virus contracted overseas, and his “Out There” tour will now start on July 5 in Albany, NY. The reorganized trek has one added date, Oct 30 in Greensboro, NC (the final show on schedule). The concert at Greensboro Coliseum marks the first-ever McCartney show in the area, and arrives just a few days after the what was the original finale: Oct 28 in Louisville, KY.
6/18/14- Happy birthday Sir Paul McCartney! The legendary rocker is turning 72 on this day. Over his extraordinary career, the icon has penned 32 chart-topping singles, including “Yesterday” the most-covered song ever, won an Academy Award for "Live and Let Die," and has held immeasurable influence in shaping music and pop culture today. NBC plans to turn Paul and his bandmates’ journey into a new 8-episode TV series, chronicling the formation of The Beatles in 1960, to its breakup in 1970. Why wait for the biopic? Score Paul McCartney tickets now and hear the birthday boy’s stories in person!
6/11/14 – Following doctor’s orders, Paul McCartney has been forced to reschedule a number of US tour dates, releasing the statement: "I'm sorry but it's going to be a few more weeks before we get rocking in America again.” As of now, concerts scheduled from June 14-26 will be moved to October, and the “Out There” tour will resume on July 5 in Albany. Texas, Dallas, New Orleans, Atlanta, Florida, Nashville, Tennessee and Kentucky are cities with shows postponed for a later date. Now that Paul McCartney is set to rock the States at a later time, you can work your calendar to fit in one of his epic concerts! Buy your Paul McCartney tickets now and see this artist at 100%!
6/4/14- Paul McCartney released a newsletter stating information on re-scheduled dates for those postponed in Asia will appear on his webpage soon. The two-week trek in Asia was intended to reveal "Newman," a robot featured in McCartney's video "Appreciate"—perhaps the bot will make his debut in the States? Buy Paul McCartney tickets now for his finale at Candlestick Park in San Francisco; get-in for $104 in Upper Reserve.
5/29/14 - Paul McCartney will take his "Band on the Run" again! Sir Paul has been released from the hospital after a mystery virus contracted overseas caused the legendary musician to cancel his tour dates in Japan and Korea. The singer was spotted back in London already on the road to recovery, so expect him to pick things back on June 14 for his first concert in the States! 2014 Paul McCartney tickets start at $244 for his Lubbock, TX concert (6/14).
5/21/14 - Sir Paul McCartney has had to cancel all remaining shows in Japan due to an undisclosed illness. Lucky for American fans, no Paul McCartney tour dates have been postponed. Across his long career, the legendary singer has only had to cancel a handful of concerts, so the singer is very disappointed and cannot wait to get "Out There" and perform for his fans again soon.
5/14/14- If you’re one of the lucky fans to score Paul McCartney tickets in Los Angeles, then you‘re in for a huge surprise. The former Beatles member has hinted at a reunion of sorts with Ringo Starr possibly appearing at the venue on August 10! Whether or not Starr comes out, McCartney dropped some heavy tipoffs that his LA-based musician friends may also be joining him on stage for the momentous concert. Paul McCartney tickets at Dodger Stadium start at $87 in the Top Deck.
5/6/14 -Los Angeles Paul McCartney fans: the legendary Beatles musician announced he will play an evening at Dodger Stadium, August 10! This mark's Sir Paul's biggest LA concert since his two-night stand at the Hollywood Bowl four years ago, and there won't be an empty seat in the 56,000 capacity house. Cheap Paul McCartney tickets for his summertime show in the City of Angels are offered as low as $85 (7/10).
4/30/14 - Paul McCartney tickets average $310 on the secondary ticket market for the 2014 "Out There" tour. Sir Paul is scheduled to play the official final show at Candlestick Park, giving the iconic venue a proper send-off before it closes its doors for good. Tickets for this imminent historic concert in San Francisco (8/14) run from $232 - $4233.
4/25/14 – Looking for Paul McCartney tickets? Razorgator has them and you don’t have to wait in line at 4AM to score yours. Louisville Paul McCartney tickets are the cheapest, averaging $269 at KFC Yum Center June 26. Don’t wait to buy, Paul McCartney tickets are always a top-seller with fans excited to hear several hours of music spanning the legends lifetime including Wings and The Beatles pieces. The former Beatle has announced an Aug. 14 date at Candlestick Park; the Fab Four played its last ticketed performance at the venue in 1966 and is sure to be a memorable farewell as it falls almost exactly 50 years to the day after the Beatles’ first Bay Area show (Aug. 19, 1964).
4/22/14 - Sir Paul McCartney has added several new dates on his ever-expanding "Out There" tour. A string of six dates were initially announced for the US leg, primarily in the South: Lubbock (6/14), Dallas (6/19), Atlanta (6/21), Jacksonville (6/22), Nashville (6/25) and Salt Lake City (8/7), but now even more shows are slated for the former Beatle! New Orleans (6/19), Louisville (6/26), Albany (7/5), Pittsburgh (7/7), Chicago (7/9), Fargo (7/12) and Minneapolis (8/2) are the most recent add-ons. See this legendary musician in his element with Paul McCartney tickets today!
Paul McCartney 2014 Out There Tour
Paul McCartney's influence in music and pop culture can never be overstated. This legendary musician changed the world as one fourth of the Beatles, writing a bulk of the band's most popular songs alongside John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr. When the Beatles disbanded in 1970, McCartney formed the band Wings (with first wife Linda) and later, began what unsurprisingly became an extremely successful career as a solo artist. His presence and permeation in the international music scene will likely never falter or fade.
McCartney one of the highest-selling musicians of all time: achieving over 100 million sales in album and 100 million sales in singles across the globe. He penned "Yesterday," which is the most covered song in history, was knighted by the Queen of England for his work in music, and was inducted in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a solo artist in 1999. A family man and philanthropist, he is the father of five children and promotes charities involved with animal rights, poverty, music education and more.
When not playing a benefit or award show, it's become a rare occasion to see this musical genius perform exclusively in concert. Now, the artist has four shows slated as part of his international "Out There" summer tour in support of 2013's album, New. The sets are three hours long and range in songs from the Beatles to Wings and his latest individual works. He'll kick things off in June to play in New Orleans at the Smoothie King Center ($118 minimum on 6/19) and in Louisville at the KFC Yum! Center ($136 minimum on 6/26). In July, he'll hit Albany at the Times Union Center ($236 minimum on 7/5) and Pittsburgh at the Consol Energy Center ($149 minimum on 7/7). Whether you're a fan of the Beatles or his solo work, you can't pass up Paul McCartney tickets!