Paul McCartney just announced on April 25 that he will be taking his One On One 2017 Tour back to the U.S. with 14 new shows.
The original One On One Tour began in April 2016 with McCartney performing his first show in Fresno, California. He has since traveled from North and South America to Europe, and is currently putting on concerts in Japan.
July will be a busy month for McCartney as his first show back in the U.S. will be in Miami on July 5th, followed by almost back-to-back performances in Tampa, Minnesota, Louisiana, Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska, and Illinois throughout the rest of the month.
McCartney will get back on stage in Newark, New Jersey on September 11. The next few performances will bring McCartney to New York, eventually bringing him to Michigan on Oct. 1 where the fall dates of his tour will end.
Tickets for the July 25 show in Illinois will go on sale to the general public on April 29. Tickets for the rest of the July and October 1 shows will go on sale May 1. The tickets for the September dates can be purchased starting on May 5.
The show seems to be worth the bang for your buck though, as the tour features three full hours of McCartney’s classics, from his solo artistry to his current band to the Beatles. According to the Paul McCartney website, the performances are supposedly filled with fireworks, lasers, and amazing music.
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