Paul McCartney to play a few U.S. tour dates this summer

By Alyssa Ladzinski,
New Orleans, Louisville, Albany and Pittsburgh are the lucky four cities

The Beatles have, more than usual, been all the rage in recent news because of their 50th anniversary of appearing on the Ed Sullivan Show Aside from anniversary celebrations, Paul McCartney hasn’t played a U.S. show since last October.

This June after McCartney wraps up a few international tour dates, he will continue his Out There tour in the south in order to support his 2013 album titled, New, reports Rolling Stone.

June 19 will kick off his U.S. touring in the New Orleans Smoothie King Center and shortly after on June 26, he’ll perform at Louisville’s KFC Yum! Center. If you’re too far from both locations, don’t worry — McCartney’s website added two more dates.

The Times Union Center in Albany will host McCartney on July 5 as will the Pittsburgh’s Consol Energy Center two days later on July 7. Beatlemania, or maybe this time, McCartneymania, will make a new wave over the U.S.

As stated on Twitter, fans who are registered at PaulMcCartney.com will have pre-sale tickets available to them for purchase starting at 10 am tomorrow-- don't miss out on a once in a lifetime experience - seeing the former Beatle play a live show.



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