Paul McCartney extends UK tour
Updated: 9 March 2015
Paul McCartney will play a second concert in London on the UK leg of his Out There tour.
The legendary Brit singer-songwriter will perform at London’s The O2 arena on 24 May in addition to his concert on 23 May.
Paul McCartney will continue his Out There tour with a show at Birmingham’s Barclaycard Arena on 27 May before ending the 2015 tour in his hometown of Liverpool on 28 May at the Echo Arena.
The tour will see Paul McCartney perform hits from his entire back-catalogue including those from the days of the Beatles, Wings and as a solo artist.
Paul McCartney UK tour
Updated: 6 March 2015
Paul McCartney brings his Out There tour to the UK this May.
The legendary Brit will play his first UK concerts in three years in London, Birmingham and Liverpool this spring.
The UK leg of the Out There tour will get underway on 23 May at London’s The O2 arena. The show will be Paul McCartney’s 50th performance in the capital as a solo star and coincides with the 50th anniversary of Yesterday.
Next up, Birmingham’s Barclaycard Arena will be treated to Paul McCartney’s classics on 27 May before the tour comes to an end the following night at Liverpool’s Echo Arena.
Get ready to hear the songs which have shaped generations, including those from his days of the Beatles to his latest album New, with Paul McCartney tickets. Out There will see Paul McCartney play a career-spanning set.
Paul McCartney’s Out There tour, which has visited 12 countries, is a huge production that promises to entertain, excite and treat fans to some of the world’s most-loved songs. Paul McCartney will be joined by his band – Paul Wickens (keyboards), Brian Ray (bass/guitar), Rusty Anderson (guitar) and Abe Laboriel Jr (drums) – on his tour.
The Liverpool singer and songwriter’s UK tour is set be another highlight of 2015 for Paul McCartney who started the year with the release of FourFiveSeconds; the collaboration with Kanye West and Rihanna. The trio played the song at Grammy Awards, which was an unforgettable performance and proved once again why Paul McCartney tickets are constantly in such high demand.
About Paul McCartney
Described by Guinness World Records as “The most successful musician and composer in popular music history”, the legendary Paul McCartney continues to wow audiences worldwide with his iconic guitar riffs and anthems which have defined generations.
Since the Cavern Club days of Beatles in 1960 to collaborating with Kanye West and Rihanna, Paul McCartney has cemented himself as an icon in the world of music. Arguably one of the best known and greatest loved musicians of all time, Paul McCartney has proved the key to longevity can only come from sheer talent, hard work and a real love for music.
Recently confirming claims that ‘had George Harrison and John Lennon still been with us’, the Beatles would most definitely have jumped on the re-forming bandwagon and taken to the stage as a band once more, Paul McCartney himself shows no signs of stopping just yet; with a hugely successful solo career and just a limited number of gigs in the recent years, Paul McCartney tickets are as much like Gold dust as ever.
Previously Paul McCartney played a set in the UK consisting of some of his best solo material and classics he recorded with the Wings, such as the excellent Band on the Run. But for most fans, the real excitement was setlists chock-full of stellar Beatles classic. Blackbird, Back in the USSR, Helter Skelter, Live and Let Die, Paperback Writer, Eleanor Rigby and Yesterday amongst many, many more.