The Second North American leg of Paul McCartney’s Out There Tour is here!

April 13, 2015

Update September 10, 2015

After almost two years of touring, Sir Paul McCartney is finally coming back to North America for the final leg of his Out There Tour. Five new dates have been added, which will take him to Chicago, Columbus, Toronto, Detroit, Buffalo and University Park.

Take note people; a long time could pass before the iconic star goes on tour again, so hurry up and get tickets to his show now. This could really be the last chance you have.

Let us take a look at the ticket trends for these upcoming shows. Considering these are some of the last dates of his tour, prices are generally high. But that wouldn’t stop true fans from attending the show!

Event Name & Location Date Tickets
Paul McCartney, Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, tickets for 09/26 20:00:00.000 at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Uniondale, NY Tue Sep 26 2017
Paul McCartney, Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, tickets for 09/27 20:00:00.000 at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Uniondale, NY Wed Sep 27 2017
Paul McCartney, Little Caesars Arena, tickets for 10/01 20:00:00.000 at Little Caesars Arena, Detroit, MI Sun Oct 1 2017
Paul McCartney, Little Caesars Arena, tickets for 10/02 20:00:00.000 at Little Caesars Arena, Detroit, MI Mon Oct 2 2017
Paul McCartney, Estadio Beira-Rio - Porto Alegre, tickets for 10/13 TBA at Estadio Beira-Rio - Porto Alegre, Porto Alegre, RS Fri Oct 13 2017
Paul McCartney, Allianz Parque, tickets for 10/15 TBA at Allianz Parque, São Paulo, SP Sun Oct 15 2017
Paul McCartney, Estadio Mineirao - Belo Horizonte, tickets for 10/17 TBA at Estadio Mineirao - Belo Horizonte, Belo Horizonte, MG Tue Oct 17 2017
Paul McCartney, Arena Fonte Nova - Salvador, tickets for 10/20 TBA at Arena Fonte Nova - Salvador, Salvador, BA Fri Oct 20 2017
All McCartney Live - The Best of Paul McCartney, The Beatles & Wings, Casino du Lac-Leamy, tickets for 10/21 20:00:00.000 at Casino du Lac-Leamy, Gatineau, QC Sat Oct 21 2017
Paul McCartney, Estadio Azteca, tickets for 10/28 20:00:00.000 at Estadio Azteca, Mexico City, CDMX Sat Oct 28 2017
Live And Let Die - Paul McCartney Tribute, Showroom - The Orleans Hotel, tickets for 11/03 20:00:00.000 at Showroom - The Orleans Hotel, Las Vegas, NV Fri Nov 3 2017
Live And Let Die - Paul McCartney Tribute, Suncoast Hotel & Casino - Showroom, tickets for 11/04 20:30:00.000 at Suncoast Hotel & Casino - Showroom, Las Vegas, NV Sat Nov 4 2017
Paul McCartney, NIB Stadium, tickets for 12/02 19:00:00.000 at NIB Stadium, Perth, WA Sat Dec 2 2017
Paul McCartney, AAMI Park, tickets for 12/05 19:00:00.000 at AAMI Park, Melbourne, VIC Tue Dec 5 2017
Paul McCartney, AAMI Park, tickets for 12/06 19:00:00.000 at AAMI Park, Melbourne, VIC Wed Dec 6 2017
Paul McCartney, Qudos Bank Arena, tickets for 12/11 19:00:00.000 at Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney, NSW Mon Dec 11 2017
Paul McCartney, Qudos Bank Arena, tickets for 12/12 19:00:00.000 at Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney, NSW Tue Dec 12 2017
Paul McCartney, Mount Smart Stadium, tickets for 12/16 17:30:00.000 at Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland, AU Sat Dec 16 2017
Live & Let Die - Paul McCartney Tribute, Levoy Theatre, tickets for 01/12 20:00:00.000 at Levoy Theatre, Millville, NJ Fri Jan 12 2018

In terms of average ticket price, the cheapest show is going to be in Detroit at the Joe Louis Arena. The average ticket price for the show is $398.52. The most expensive show, in terms of average ticket price, is the show at the first Niagara Center in Buffalo. The average ticket price for the show is $698.58. The high price can be explained by the fact that it is the last show of the tour.

In terms of get in price, the cheapest ticket to a show is for $77 for the show at the Nationwide Arena in Columbus. The highest get in price for a show is $216, for the show in Buffalo.

Update April 13, 2015

Paul McCartney Out There Tour 2015

Paul McCartney is currently out on his “Out There” world tour, which is his largest tour (in terms of the number of shows) since the Paul McCartney World Tour in 1989-1990. The former Beatles star is scheduled to appear in several major cities across the globe, including Amsterdam, Tokyo, Denver, Liverpool and Marseille.

The iconic rock artist continues to command a huge loyal fan following all over the world, and they show up in huge numbers at his concerts. From major city centers to lesser known locales, people still turn out to watch him perform. McCartney has already played a number of historic shows on this tour, including three shows in Brazil in Belo Horizonte, Goiania and Fortaleza; this was his first time performing in these cities.

Fans of Paul McCartney can look forward to an amazing set list on the tour. Featuring almost forty tracks, the set list features several classics from The Beatles and several of McCartney’s hits from his Wings days. So expect to hear “Hey Jude”, “Yesterday” and “Helter Skelter” from The Beatles catalogue and “Live & Let Die”, “Mull of Kintyre” and “Band On The Run” among other great Wings hits. With songs from almost each decade of his forty year career, McCartney caters to almost all age groups in his audience.

You can find a complete list of concert dates, venues and ticket prices for his upcoming shows.

October 13. – Paul McCartney @ Columbus – Nationwide Arena | Average Ticket Price: $402.94 | Get In Price: $77
October 15. – Paul McCartney @ University Park – Bryce Jordan Center | Average Ticket Price: $529.74 | Get In Price: $92
October 17. – Paul McCartney @ Toronto – Air Canada Centre | Average Ticket Price: $453.03 | Get In Price: $104
October 21. – Paul McCartney @ Detroit – Joe Louis Arena | Average Ticket Price: $398.52 | Get In Price: $115
October 22. – Paul McCartney @ Buffalo – First Niagara Center (formerly HSBC Arena) | Average Ticket Price: $689.58 | Get In Price: $216

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