Paul McCartney anuncia gira de verano en el Reino Unido e Irlanda

Sir Paul McCartney has announced his first ever stadium tour of the UK and Ireland. He begins with a concert in Dublin, Ireland, before headlining at the Isle of Wight Festival on its closing night, Sunday 13 June. Stadium shows in Scotland and Wales follow, before a concert in London’s Hyde Park on Sunday 27 June.There is speculation that he will announce a further date at Wembley Stadium in the coming weeks. If confirmed, it will be McCartney’s first solo show at the London venue.McCartney played only one show in the UK in 2009, at London’s O2 arena, as part of his European tour. His forthcoming dates, including those previously announced for America, are:28 March: Jobing.com Arena, Phoenix, Arizona30 March: Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, California31 March: Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, California3 April: Sun Life Stadium, Miami, Florida5 April: Coliseo De Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico12 June: RDS Arena, Dublin, Ireland13 June: Isle of Wight Festival20 June: Hampden Park, Glasgow, Scotland26 June: Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, Wales27 June: Hard Rock Calling, London, EnglandIt’s always brilliant to play for the home crowd and these dates are ones that me and the band are really excited about.Paul McCartneyTickets for the Hard Rock Calling event in London go on sale on 5 March, while Isle of Wight Festival tickets are already available. Tickets for McCartney’s June concerts are available via The 26 June concert at the Millennium Stadium will be the ex-Beatle’s first gig in Cardiff for nearly 31 years. The city is the birthplace and home of The Beatles Bible website, and we’ll be reporting from the event.I want to make sure it’s a great night for everyone, a total blast. We want it to be a night that none of us forget. The last time I was there was with Wings in the ’70s so there’s a lot for us to catch up on.Me and the band can’t wait to get to Cardiff and rock out at the Millennium Stadium, which we have been looking forward to playing for quite a while now.Paul McCartney

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