Paul McCartney announces European tour dates

Run includes London's 02 Arena

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Paul McCartney has announced details of an upcoming UK tour.

The shows, which are part on his Out There tour, will take place in London, Liverpool and Birmingham. Additionally, McCartney will play shows in France, Holland, Denmark, Norway and Sweden.

The show at London’s O2 Arena on May 23 is linked with the 50th anniversary of “Yesterday”, which was released as a single in August, 1965.

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Speaking about the anniversary, McCartney said: “‘Yesterday‘ feels like it has taken on a life of its own over the years. The song still is and always has been an important part of our live show. It’s always very emotional for me to hear crowds singing it so loudly at my concerts and I’m looking forward to singing it along with the audience at the O2 in May.”

Paul McCartney will play:

Saturday May 23rd – The O2, London, Great Britain
Wednesday May 27th – Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham, Great Britain
Thursday May 28th – Echo Arena, Liverpool, Great Britain

Friday 5th June – Nouveau Stade Velodrome, Marseille, France
Sunday 7th June – ZiggoDome, Amsterdam, Holland
Thursday 11th June – Stade De France, Paris, France
Saturday 4th July – Roskilde Festival, Denmark
Tuesday 7th July – Telenor Arena, Oslo, Norway
Thursday 9th July – Tele2 Arena, Stockholm, Sweden

Tickets on sale Monday 9th March at 10am

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