Paul McCartney confirms second London date on UK tour
09 Mar 2015
Paul McCartney has extended his Out There UK tour to include a second concert in London.
The iconic Brit singer-songwriter will now play London’s The O2 arena on 24 May following his previously announced gig at the venue on 23 May.
Paul McCartney’s Out There tour will continue to Birmingham’s Barclaycard Arena on 27 May before coming to a close in Paul McCartney’s hometown on 28 May at Liverpool’s Echo Arena.
It’ll be a night of nostalgia as Paul McCartney will play a career-spanning set. The former Beatle will play tracks from his days with John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr along with songs from his days with Wings and as a solo artist. Notably, Paul McCartney’s London shows mark 50 years since he wrote the track Yesterday.
Previously, Paul McCartney’s Out There tour has visited 12 countries and will continue around Europe following the UK dates. He will be joined by his band who he has toured with for over 10 years.
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