Paul McCartney To Play London O2 Arena

One-off UK Christmas show announced as part of 7 date European tour

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Paul McCartney has announced that his final live show of 2009 will take place in London on December 22.

The show, “Good Evening London”, will see the former Beatle play the O2 Arena for the first time, his only UK show this year.

Commenting on the forthcoming seven date tour (dates below), McCartney says: “This is my chance to bring our current show home to where it all began. Starting in Hamburg, ending in London and rocking everywhere in between. I’m very much looking forward to ending the year on a high.”

Mccartney’s previous London show was part of the 2007 BBC Electric Proms, read Uncut’s review of the intimate Electric Ballroom show here.

Paul McCartney is also to release a double live album and DVD called ‘Good Evening New York City’ on November 17 in the US and November 23 in the UK.

Tickets for Macca’s London O2 Arena show go on sale on Monday October 26.

Paul McCartney’s 2009 European tour dates are as follows:

  • Hamburg, Color Line Arena (December 2)
  • Berlin, O2 World (3)
  • Arnhem, Gelredome (9)
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  • Paris, Bercy (10)
  • Cologne, Koln Arena (16)
  • Dublin, The O2 (20)
  • London, The O2 Arena

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