Tuesday, 10 March 2015

"Paul Mccartney" News.

                                             "Paul Mccartney" tours Europe this summer!

Because of exceptional interest, Paul McCartney is doing a second show at The O2 Arena in London this Summer.

London & Liverpool shows have sold out inside an hour.

Saturday 23rd May " The O2 Arena, London, Great Britain - SOLD OUT

Sunday 24th May " The O2 Arena, London, Great Britain

Wednesday 27th May " Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham, Great Britain

Thursday 28th May " Echo Arena, Liverpool, Great Britain - SOLD OUT

Friday fifth June - Nouveau Stade Velodrome, Marseille, France 

Thursday eleventh June - Stade De France, Paris, France 

Saturday fourth July " Roskilde Festival, Denmark 

Tuesday seventh July " Telenor Arena, Oslo, Norway 

Thursday ninth July " Tele2 Arena, Stockholm, Sweden 

Tickets for Paul's European visit went on sale today at 10am and because of the mind blowing reaction the first show selling out inside an hour a second show in London at The O2 Arena has been included. The extra show date is Sunday 24th May.

Paul's European tour will start in London.This will be his first shows in the UK in over three years. As well as London, the concert in Liverpool also sold out within an hour this morning. More UK dates will take place in Birmingham and Liverpool before Paul visits France, Holland, Denmark and Sweden.

In the first 18 months since it started, Paul's incredible 'Out There' tour has been seen by nearly two million people around the world. So far, the "Out There" tour has seen Paul and his exo, band perform a grand total of 64 shows in 12 different lucky countries in venues of all different shapes and sizesaround the world.

The 'Out There' tour features music from one of popular musics most enduring performers and the best loved catalogues in popular music. Paul performing songs that span his entire career - as a solo artist, member of Wings and of course as a member of The Beatle.

Before the tour arrives in Europe for these new dates in May, Paul will first play shows in Japan and South Korea.

Fingers crossed he will find his way back to Australia and New Zealand in the not to distant future.
Keep Rocking Paul.