Paul McCartney has announced a handful of new U.S. dates for his One On One Tour this summer. The former Beatle is slated to play four more dates, including a July 10 stop at US Bank Arena in Cincinnati, Ohio, a July 12 stop at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, a July 19 at Hersheypark Stadium in Hershey, Pennsylvania, and a August 7 show at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
Paul McCartney — 2016 North American Tour Dates
April 13 – Fresno, CA – SaveMart Arena
April 15 – Portland, OR – Moda Center
April 17 – Seattle, WA – Key Arena
April 19 & 20 – Vancouver, BC – Rogers Arena
April 30 – Little Rock, AR – Verizon Arena
May 2 – Sioux Falls, SD – Denny Sanford Premier Center
May 4 & 5 – Minneapolis, MN – Target Center
July 8 – Milwaukee, WI – SummerFest
July 10 – Cincinnati, OH – US Bank Arena
July 12 – Philadelphia, PA – Citizens Bank Park
July 19 – Hershey, PA – Hersheypark Stadium
July 21- Hamilton, ONT – FirstOntario Centre
August 7 – East Rutherford, NJ – MetLife Stadium
August 13 – St. Louis, MO – Busch Stadium
- 1 Paul McCartney Announces First Set Of 2016 Tour Dates
- 2 After Rocking Delaware and Philly Over the Weekend, Paul McCartney Heads to Virginia and South Carolina this Week
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- 2.2 Previewing The Paul McCartney Setlist For His Upcoming 2015 Tour
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- 2.4 Paul McCartney Heads to North America Next Week, Tickets Average at $242 on Secondary Market
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- 2.6 Paul McCartney Announces Three U.S. Solo Shows in June
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- 2.8 Paul McCartney’s “Out There” US Tour Dates, Ticket Prices, News & More
Paul McCartney Announces First Set Of 2016 Tour Dates
(UPDATE 10/9/16) Sir Paul McCartney is ready to take on a new tour. Called the “One on One Tour, McCartney will put together a whole new setlist and utilize “state of the art audio and video technology” and “massive screens, lasers and fireworks” according to a press release announcing the tour.
Only seven shows have been announced thus far in North America in April and May. Paul McCartney tickets for these dates are scheduled to go on sale March 14. McCartney is currently scheduled for two international festivals in June, Pinkpop and Rock Werchter.
Paul McCartney 2016 Tour Dates
04/13 – Fresno, CA — SaveMart Arena
04/15 – Portland, OR — Moda Center
04/17 – Seattle, WA — Key Arena
04/19 – Vancouver, BC — Rogers Arena
04/20 – Vancouver, BC — Rogers Arena
04/30 – Little Rock, AR — Verizon Arena
05/02 – Sioux Falls, SD — Denny Sanford Premier Center
06/12 – Landgraaf, NL — Pinkpop Festival
06/30 – Werchter, BE — Rock Werchter
After Rocking Delaware and Philly Over the Weekend, Paul McCartney Heads to Virginia and South Carolina this Week
(UPDATE 6/22/15) Paul McCartney had quite a weekend. The iconic singer and former Beatle performed at the 2015 Firefly Music Festival before breaking off to play a solo show at Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center on Sunday night. The 73-year-old will make two more solo stops at John Paul Jones Arena in Virginia and Colonial Life Arena in South Carolina this week, and ticket prices won’t be cheap on the secondary market.
According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for Paul McCartney tickets over his two solo shows this week is $153.17. He’ll play his top-priced show at Colonial Life Arena on Thursday, where tickets average at $165.88 and get-in price starts at $54. John Paul Jones Arena welcomes the “Blackbird” singer on Tuesday night and tickets currently own a secondary average of $144.29 and a $30 get-in price.
McCartney will lay low following his two shows this week. He has one more scheduled performance at Chicago’s Lollapalooza on July 31 before he ends his 2015 touring route.
Previewing The Paul McCartney Setlist For His Upcoming 2015 Tour
(UPDATE 6/16/15) Between his festival appearances at Firefly and Lollapalooza this summer, former Beatle and iconic musician Paul McCartney will break off for three solo shows at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, John Paul Jones Arena in Virginia and Colonial Life Arena in South Carolina later this month. The 72-year-old is seeing massive demand for tickets on the secondary market, too, as Paul McCartney tickets currently average at $205.13 on TicketIQ.
His stop in Philadelphia on June 21 will be his most expensive, with tickets averaging at $325.59 and get-in price starting at $189. He’ll play his second top-priced show at Colonial Life Arena on June 25. Tickets for that gig own a secondary average of $193.27 and a $33 get-in price. His cheapest solo show comes on June 23 at John Paul Jones Arena, where tickets average at $180.85 and the cheapest ticket available is just $15.
If planning to attend an upcoming show this summer, here’s what you can expect to hear. Below is the average setlist McCartney has used in 2015:
Paul McCartney’s Average Setlist in 2015:
- Eight Days a Week
- Save Us
- Listen to What the Man Said
- Let Me Roll It
- Paperback Writer
- My Valentine
- Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five
- The Long and Winding Road
- Maybe I’m Amazed
- I’ve Just Seen a Face
- We Can Work It Out
- Another Day
- Hope for the Future
- And I Love Her
- Here Today
- Can’t Buy Me Love
- Queenie Eye
- Lady Madonna
- All Together Now
- Lovely Rita
- Eleanor Rigby
- Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!
- Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
- Band on the Run
- Back in the U.S.S.R.
- Let It Be
- Live and Let Die
- Hey Jude
- Another Girl
- Hi, Hi, Hi
- Golden Slumbers
- Carry That Weight
- Helter Skelter
- 38.The End
Paul McCartney Heads to North America Next Week, Tickets Average at $242 on Secondary Market
(UPDATE 6/9/15) Paul McCartney will be stateside beginning next week. The iconic musician is slated to headline the Firefly Music Festival in Delaware before breaking off for a slew of solo shows across the East Coast. With four shows in total scheduled through the end of the month, the average price for Paul McCartney tickets is $241.99 on the secondary market.
4-day passes to this year’s Firefly Music Festival will be the top-priced ticket to see McCartney play. With Kings of Leon, Snoop Dogg, Morrissey and The Killers also set to headline, the average secondary price for Firefly Music Festival tickets is $390.50 and the cheapest 4-day pass is $274.
He’ll then break off for three solo shows at Wells Fargo Center in Pennsylvania, John Paul Jones Arena in Virginia and Colonial Life Arena in South Carolina. His Philadelphia-based show on June 21 averages a $344.52 ticket price while his JPJ Arena gig on June 23 averages at $217.04 on the secondary market. On June 25, he’ll be bound for South Carolina, where tickets average at $206.64.
McCartney is also slated to headline this year’s Lollapalooza Festival in July. 3-day passes to that festival currently own an average price of $449.97 and the cheapest available is listed for $307.
Paul McCartney Announces Three U.S. Solo Shows in June
(UPDATE 4/28/15) Paul McCartney will be on a busy festival circuit this summer, but the former Beatle has found time to add three solo gigs in June to his upcoming tour itinerary. Following his performance at this year’s Firefly Music Festival in Delaware on June 19, he’ll play Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center on June 21, the John Paul Jones Arena in Virginia on June 23 and the Colonial Life Arena in South Carolina on June 25.
McCartney will make his first-ever appearance at the John Paul Jones Arena and play his first show in South Carolina since 1993. The iconic musician plays two more festivals in July, stopping at the Roskilde Festival in Denmark on July 4 and the Lollapalooza Festival in Chicago on July 31.
Paul McCartney’s “Out There” US Tour Dates, Ticket Prices, News & More
(UPDATE) Paul McCartney continues to make a habit of visiting new or rarely stopped at cities on his 2014 “Out There” tour. His latest announcement was Petco Park in San Diego, California. It is Sir Paul’s first concert in San Diego since 1976 when he toured with Wings. The ex-Beatle will perform at the home of the Padres on September 28th.
(UPDATE) Paul McCartney has added a new date to the tour. The ‘Out There’ world tour will make a stop at the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, North Carolina on October 30th. This will be the first time McCartney performs in Greensboro.
(UDPATE) The same illness that caused Paul McCartney to postpone some of his asian tour dates has caused a delay in his North American portion of the tour. His scheduled June performances in Lubbock, New Orleans, Dallas, Atlanta, Nashville, Jacksonville, and Louisville have now been set for October 2014. The US tour will now kick off July 5th in Albany.
(UPDATE) After falling ill, Paul McCartney has cancelled the Asian leg of his upcoming tour. The illness is being described as a virus-caused illness, however, as of now, this will not affect his upcoming North American dates.
The former Beatles bassist and vocalist, sir Paul McCartney will play his first string of US shows since a 3-song performance in Times Square in October. The 4 dates were announced one by one on Paul’s official Facebook page yesterday. These follow a string of South American and Asian dates previously announced for April through June.
June 19th will see Sir Paul’s first visit to New Orleans since 2002 as he brings the “Out There” tour to the Smoothie King Center. Next will be Louisville’s KFC Yum! Center on June 26th – marking his first solo performance in the city. 9 days later the pop superstar will visit Albany’s Times Union Center and capped off (thus far) at Pittsburgh’s CONSOL Energy Center on July 7th. Presale Paul McCartney tickets will be available for subscribers of his website on April 9th. More dates are expected to be announced in the near future.
(UPDATE) Here’s a breakdown of some of the top shows on his upcoming tour:
Sir Paul McCartney is recognized as one of the highest selling performers of all time, just recently announced last week that his Out There tour will be making additional stops in US this summer with more confirmed dates than previously announced. The former Beatles bassist and vocalist will be performing in six more shows on American soil. Here are few of the confirmed dates of the cities he will perform, with the expected high prices Paul McCartney tickets bring to the secondary market.
6/16/14- American Airlines Arena | Avg. Price: $698.28 | Get in Price: $154
In the month of June, Paul McCartney will kick off his Out There US tour in Texas at the United Spirit Arena in Lubbock, TX. His second stop will be at the American Airlines Arena in Dallas, Texas. Prices for Paul McCartney Dallas tickets will still be high as he performs on American soil as the average ticket price for this event is at $698.28 and a get in price of $154.
6/19/14- Smoothie King Center | Avg. Price: $409.89 | Get in Price: $92
After his show in Dallas, Paul McCartney will head east to visit the great city of New Orleans, Louisiana. He will perform at the Smoothie King Center on June 19th. Prices for Paul McCartney New Orleans tickets will be more affordable as the average ticket price is at $409.89 with a get in price of $92.
Also, his next show after New Orleans at the Phillips Arena in Atlanta Georgia on June 21st but no secondary market tickets are available yet.
6/26/14- KFC Yum! Center | Avg. Price: $304.39 | Get in Price: $72
After stops in Georgia, Florida, and Tennessee Paul McCartney will perform at KFC Yum! Center on June 26th in Louisville, Kentucky. The average price for Paul McCartney Louisville tickets is a lot less than most of his shows performed in the US at only $304.39 and a reasonable get in price of $72.
7/5/14- Times Union Center | Avg. Price: $446.04 | Get in Price: $149
Paul McCartney makes his first stop in the State of New York of his Out There tour where he will perform at the Time Union Center on July 5th in Albany, NY. Average prices for Paul McCartney Albany tickets are currently $446.04 and a get in price of $149.
7/7/14- Consol Energy Center | Avg. Price: $400.05 | Get in Price: $108
After his New York show in Albany, Paul McCartney will head to the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The average price for Paul McCartney Pittsburgh tickets is at $400.05 with a get in price of $108.
There is also an announced date of August 7 where Paul McCartney will perform at the EnergySolutions Arena, in Salt Lake City, Utah. Fans of McCartney make sure to see him perform as there might not be many more opportunities to see this legendary artist live.
Just six months after concluding his overwhelmingly popular 39-date On The Run tour, The Beatles legend will kick off his next mammoth series of shows with performances in three Brazilian cities he’s never played before, Belo Horizonte’s Mineirao Stadium on May 4th, Goiania’s Estadio Serra Dourada on May 6th and Fortaleza’s Castelao Stadium on May 9th.
Joined by regular backing musicians, guitarist Rusty Anderson, keyboardist Paul Wickens, bassist Brian Ray and drummer Abe Laboriel Jr., McCartney will then stop off at Orlando’s Amway Center on May 18th for the earliest confirmed North American gig. Other confirmed dates include May 22nd at Austin’s Frank Erwin Arena, May 26th at the FedEx Forum in Memphis, and May 29th at the BOK Center in Tulsa. Later this Summer, McCartney has dates scheduled at Boston’s Fenway Park (July 9th), Nationals Park in DC (July 12th), and Seattle’s SafeCo Field (July 19th). We currently have tickets available for all May shows, with prices starting at $102. Paul McCartney tickets are also available for his show at Fenway, with a get-in price of $174 and an overall average price of $352.
After headlining Tennessee’s Bonnaroo Festival alongside Tom Petty and Mumford and Sons on the weekend of June 13-16, the 17-time Grammy winner will then travel across the Atlantic for three concerts in Europe at Warsaw’s National Stadium on June 22th, Italy’s Verona Arena on June 25th and Vienna’s Ernst-Happel-Stadion on June 27th.
Fans who bought Paul McCartney tickets for his On The Run tour certainly got their money’s worth with nearly 40 tracks and two encores performed each night. Alongside a plethora of The Beatles classics such as “The Long & Winding Road,” “Hey Jude” and “Eleanor Rigby,” McCartney also performed several of Wings’ biggest hits including “Band On The Run,” “Live & Let Die” and “Mull of Kintyre” and even the odd track from his experimental electronic side-project, The Fireman. While with numbers from the 70s (“Maybe I’m Amazed”), 80s (“Here Today”) 90s (“Beautiful Tonight”), 00s (“Dance Tonight”) and his most recent studio effort, 2012’s Kisses On The Bottom (“My Valentine”), McCartney also treated the crowds to the best of his 40-year solo career.
And after working with the likes of Amy Winehouse producer Mark Ronson and Sir George Martin’s son Giles on a record planned for release later this year, expect to hear the odd new track amongst his iconic back catalogue too.
(UPDATE: 4/17) More dates have been added to Paul McCartney’s upcoming tour, the full list of announced dates:
5/6 – Goiania, Brazil @ Serra Dourada Stadium
5/9 – Fortaleza, Brazil @ Castelao Stadium
5/18 – Orlando, FL @ Amway Center
5/19 – Orlando, FL @ Amway Center
5/22 – Austin, TX @ Frank Erwin Center
5/23 – Austin, TX @ Frank Erwin Center
5/26 – Memphis, TN @ FedEx Forum
5/29 – Tulsa, OK @ BOK Center
5/30 – Tulsa, OK @ BOK Center
6/22 – Warsaw, Poland @ Stadion Narodowy
6/25 – Verona, Italy @ Teatro Romano
6/27 – Vienna, Austria @ Ernst Happel Stadion
7/5 – Albany, NY @ Times Union Center
7/7 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Consol Energy Center
7/9 – Chicago, IL @ United Center
7/12 – Fargo, ND @ Fargodome
7/14 – Lincoln, NE @ Pinnacle Bank Arena
7/16 – Kansas City, MO @ Sprint Center
8/2 – Minneapolis, MN @ Target Field
8/5 – Missoula, MT @ Washington-Grizzly Stadium
8/7 – Salt Lake City, UT @ EnergySolutions Arena
8/10 – Los Angeles, CA@ Dodger Stadium
8/12 – Phoenix, AZ @ US Airways Center
8/14 – San Francisco, CA @ Candlestick Park
10/2 – Lubbock, TX @ United Spirit Arena
10/11 – New Orleans, LA @ Smoothie King Center
10/13 – Dallas, TX @ American Airlines Center
10/15 – Atlanta, GA @ Philips Arena
10/16 – Nashville, TN @ Bridgestone Arena
10/25 – Jacksonville, FL @ Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
10/28 – Louisville, KY @ Yum! Center
10/30 – Greensboro, NC @ Greensboro Coliseum