Paul McCartney fans in the U.S. will have a least one chance to see the iconic British pop-rocker in a smaller venue during his 2015 Out There Tour. The ex-Beatle has announced his first U.S. arena show, which is slated for June 21 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at Wells Fargo Center.
According to news release posted April 24 at the official website of Paul McCartney, the 21-time Grammy winner will be returning to the City of Brotherly Love for the first time since performing a two-night stand on Aug. 14-15, 2010 to over 30,000 fans during his Up and Coming Tour. Macca has only two other U.S. 2015 stops slated this summer - so far - both of which are headline festival appearances. The dates include June 19 in Dover, Delaware, at Dover International Speedway as part of Firefly and July 31 at Chicago's Grant Park as part of Lollapalooza.
Presales begins Tues., April 28 at 10 a.m. Tickets go on sale to public starting Fri., May 1 at noon local time. See below for Paul McCartney's complete 2015 Out There World Tour schedule. For more information, click here.
The "Band on the Run" hitmaker launched his 2015 world tour on April 21 in Osaka, Japan, at Kyocera Dome. The rock superstar had to cancel a sold-out tour of the country last May after being hospitalized with an unspecified virus, which sidelined the 72-year singer-songwriter for a number of weeks.
The two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer was on hand to watch his ex-bandmate Ringo Starr received his second induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame at a ceremony held April 18 in Cleveland, Ohio. McCartney inducted the former Beatles drummer, who was receiving his second Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction for his work as a solo artist and also joined his fellow Livepuddlian for an All-Star jam of "A Little Help from My Friends."
McCartney's Out There tour of Japan will continue with the final two shows of a three night stand on April 25 and April 27 in Tokyo at the Tokyo Dome. For the latest details on Paul McCartney, click here.
Paul McCartney 2015 Out There World Tour schedule:
April 25 Tokyo, Japan Tokyo Dome
April 27 Tokyo, Japan Tokyo Dome
April 28 Tokyo, Japan Budokan Hall
May 02 Seoul, South Korea Jamsil Olympic Stadium
May 23 London, United Kingdom The O2 - London
May 24 London, United Kingdom The O2 - London
May 27 Birmingham, United Kingdom Barclaycard Arena
May 28 Liverpool, United Kingdom Echo Arena Liverpool
June 05 Marseille, France Stade Velodrome
June 07 Amsterdam, Netherlands Ziggo Dome
June 08 Amsterdam, Netherlands Ziggo Dome
June 11 Paris, France Stade de France
June 19 Dover, DE Dover International Speedway (Firefly Fest)
June 21 Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo Center
July 04 Roskilde, Denmark Roskilde Festival Grounds (Roskilde Fest
July 07 Fornebu, Norway Telenor Arena
July 09 Stockholm, Sen Tele2 Arena
July 31 Chicago, IL Grant Park (Lollapalooza)