Paul McCartney Hits Detroit and Buffalo This Week

October 20, 2015

Sir Paul McCartney is out there again. Just one week after revving up the latest leg of his critically-acclaimed "Out There" Tour, the former Beatle is slated to play his final two scheduled shows in Detroit and Buffalo this week. McCartney makes stops at Joe Louis Arena Wednesday and First Niagara Center Thursday.

Over those two shows the average secondary market price for Paul McCartney tickets on TicketIQ is $370.05. His Detroit gig currently owns an average price of $302.26 with a get-in price of $101. His stop in Buffalo is generating significantly higher demand, with tickets averaging $467.36 and get-in price starting at $221.

While McCartney has played in Detroit countless times throughout his illustrious career, he is set to play his first-ever show in Buffalo this week, which is likely the reason behind the ticket price surge. The "Out There" Tour caps a 2 1/2-year, 91-show run that began back in May of 2013.

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Paul McCartney Adds Fall 2015 Dates to ‘Out There’ Tour

(UPDATE 8/25/15) Sir Paul McCartney will be out on the road a little longer this fall. The iconic musician was already slated to play Toronto’s Air Canada Centre in October and on Tuesday announced four more U.S. dates around his trip to the Great White North that month. All four gigs will be held in the Northeast and Midwest between October 13 and 22.

The short run of shows begins on October 13 at Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio. From there it heads to University Park in Pennsylvania to play the Bryce Jordan Center on October 15. The Toronto gig comes on October 17 and will be followed by an October 21 stop at the Joe Louis Center in Detroit. The two-week tour culminates with a performance at First Niagara Pavilion in Buffalo, New York on October 22.

Tickets for all upcoming shows go on sale Monday, August 31 at 10 am via Price ranges from $29.50 to $263.50, while fans can purchase VIP packages that include access to a private sound check and a pre-show reception starting at $2,000. A special pre-sale will be made available to American Express cardholders this Thursday, August 27 at 10 am and will run until Sunday, August 29 at 10 pm.

View the complete list of newly-announced dates below:

Paul McCartney 2015 Fall ‘Out There’ Tour Dates

Oct. 13 - Columbus, Ohio - Nationwide Arena
Oct. 15 - University Park, Pennsylvania - Bryce Jordan Center, State College
Oct. 17 - Toronto, Canada - Air Canada Centre
Oct. 21 - Detroit, Michigan - Joe Louis Arena
Oct. 22 - Buffalo, New York - First Niagara Center


Paul McCartney Announces Summer European Tour Dates

Paul McCartney is heading out on a European road trip this summer. The beloved Beatle will make his way to nine venues across six countries from May to July, bringing his Out There World Tour show count to a grand total of 79 since it first began in 2013.

The European leg kicks off on May 23 at the O2 in London. McCartney will play three straight shows in the U.K., making stops at the Barclaycard Arena in Birmingham and Echo Arena in his native Liverpool. Two shows in France are scheduled at the Nouveau Stade Velodrome in Marseille and Stade de France in Paris. The tour will wrap its latest batch of shows on July 9 at the Tele2 Arena in Stockholm.

His O2 show in London on May 23 will fall on the 50th anniversary of the Beatles megahit “Yesterday”, which was released 1965. McCartney’s most recent hit has been a collaboration with Rihanna and Kanye West on the popular song “FourFiveSeconds”, which is set to be featured on Rihanna’s forthcoming eighth studio album.

Check the full list of dates below and check back here for all Paul McCartney tour updates and news.

Paul McCartney Summer 2015 Europe Tour Dates

May 23 - The O2, London, Great Britain
May 27 - Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham, Great Britain
May 28 - Echo Arena, Liverpool, Great Britain
June 5 - Nouveau Stade Velodrome, Marseille, France
June 7 - ZiggoDome, Amsterdam, Holland
June 11 - Stade De France, Paris, France
July 4 - Roskilde Festival, Denmark
July 7 - Telenor Arena, Oslo, Norway
July 9 - Tele2 Arena, Stockholm, Sweden