Paul McCartney announces shows in Europe for Out There tour
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You may have seen Paul McCartney dancing during the GRAMMY Awards ceremony last month or heard his recent collaboration with Rihanna and Kanye West. But are you ready to see him performing on stage? If that’s the case, then consider purchasing tickets to the music legend’s upcoming shows in Europe as part of his Out There tour.

A total of nine shows are scheduled throughout Europe, with the first performance on May 23 at the O2 in London. This leg of the tour includes performances in the U.K. and continental Europe, with stops in cities that include Liverpool, Amsterdam and Oslo, and wraps up July 9 at Tele2 Arena in Stockholm. Outside of his tour, McCartney is also performing at the Firefly Music Festival in Dover, Delaware, on June 19. For information regarding presale tickets and tickets for purchase by the general public, take a look at McCartney’s website.

The tour announcement regarding the shows in Europe was made via a press release and posted on McCartney’s website and official Facebook page on March 6. The announcement generated plenty of responses from fans, with many posting plans to see certain shows. If you’re wondering what might be included in the setlist, then listen up. In his shows on tour last year, McCartney performed songs from different stages in his career, including “Eight Days A Week,” “Another Day,” “Everybody Out There,” “Maybe I’m Amazed” and “Live And Let Die.”

Outside of his shows in Europe, McCartney will perform five shows in Asia, starting on April 21 at Kyocera Dome in Osaka and wrapping up on May 2 at Jamsil Olympic Stadium in Seoul. It is unknown as of press time if additional cities and shows will be added to the music legend’s tour. The tour started in 2013 and has included performances all over the world.

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