Paul McCartney confirms first tour dates for 2019

Legendary English singer-songwriter Paul McCartney announced new dates for 2019. Four special shows in South America and eight USA shows.

Paul McCartney will start 2019 with the South American tour. He announced four dates in March : 20 in Chile, 23 in Argentina and 26 and 30 in Brazil. The pre-sale tickets will be available from Tuesday 4 December.

After the South American leg of the tour, he will continue performing in the USA. His last announced tour date is 26 June 2019. Where will he continue after that remains a  mystery for now.

He released his latest album Egypt Station on 7 September 2018 and went on the “Freshen Up” tour after that. The critically acclaimed tour kicked off in Canada and continued in Japan. McCartney completed the Japanese leg of the tour in November and is currently in Europe where he will finish the year.

Will we see Paul McCartney performing at European festivals ? Rumour has it that several festivals like Pinkpop, Mad Cool and NOS Alive have still something huge to announce. Maybe Sir Paul will be soon in festival news…

Paul McCartney

Sir James Paul McCartney is a legendary British songwriter from Liverpool who became famous around the world with his mythical rock band The Beatles, alongside his bandmates John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr. After the Beatles parted ways in 1970, he pursued a long solo career and formed notably the band The Wings. He also took the microphone to promote various international charities. After 61 years of career, Macca keeps playing incredible gigs around the world, with his best anthems of each decade since the 60’s, including new songs : listen to “Come On To Me” from his new album Egypt Station above.

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