In a press release April 20, Paul McCartney announced Boston's Fenway Park as the 33rd destination on his expansive One On One Tour. The concert will take place July 17. According to his website, McCartney last played there on July 9, 2013, on his Out There Tour. That show set a Fenway Park record for biggest single concert attendance. He also played two back-to-back shows there Aug. 5-6, 2009.
General sale for tickets for the Fenway Park show starts at 10 a.m. EST May 6. An early sale for American Express card holders will take place from 10 a.m. May 2 EST through 10 p.m. EST May 5. And registered members of McCartney's website will be able to buy tickets even earlier through his website beginning at noon April 29. Tickets for the McCartney North America One On One Tour shows are also available here. Check out our roundup of McCartney One On One Tour news for updates and reviews of past shows.
After tonight's show in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, the tour will take a 10-day break then play four more shows in the U.S. After that, they'll head out of the country for shows in Argentina and Europe before returning for a second leg of U.S. shows beginning in early July.
In other news, McCartney also recently announced he has a new compilation coming in June called Pure McCartney that will include songs from throughout his career. And there are rumors that Coachella will soon announce a massive rock festival featuring a crop of legendary headliners, including McCartney, Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones, Roger Waters, the Who, and Neil Young, with each act reportedly getting a whopping $7 million for the gig.