Paul McCartney announces UK gigs and festival headline slots

Former Beatle hitting the road this June

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Paul McCartney is to headline both this year’s Isle Of Wight festival and London‘s Hard Rock Calling, as well as play a trio of his own shows in the UK and Ireland.

The first of McCartney‘s non-festival shows in the UK and Ireland will see him play the Dublin RDS venue on June 12. He then headlines the Isle Of Wight festival on June 13, before playing Glasgow‘s Hampden Park on June 20.

Following that gig, he will play Cardiff Millennium Stadium on June 26, then headline Hard Rock Calling on June 27.

Tickets for McCartney‘s Dublin, Glasgow and Cardiff shows go on sale on Monday (March 8) at 9am (GMT), while Hard Rock Calling tickets go on sale on Friday (5) at 9am. Isle Of Wight tickets are on sale now.

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