Paul McCartney Announces 2017 Tour Dates
Paul McCartney will return to the road this year with a series of tour dates that’s taking him from Japan to the U.S.
McCartney, already scheduled for multiple nights in Tokyo through the end of the month, has now revealed that he’ll be back on tour as early as July 5, when he’ll travel to Miami to play at the AmericanAirlines Arena.
He has several other dates scheduled for July, before he returns to the U.S. on Sept. 11, when he’s booked to perform at the Prudential Center in Newark — and four nights later, he’ll resurface in New York, where he’s playing Madison Square Garden on the 15th and the Barclays Center in Brooklyn the following night.
Those dates start an East Coast run that continues Sept. 23 at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse and concludes three nights later at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale, N.Y.; McCartney’s tour itinerary then takes him to Michigan, where he’s scheduled to play at the Little Caesars Arena in Detroit on Oct. 1.
If rumors surrounding the tour are on target, those will just be the first stops on a quickly expanding run of shows. McCartney’s stop in Tampa on July 10 will be his first time playing there in over a decade; his Des Moines show on July 21 also marks a return after being absent for more than 10 years. Keep an eye on McCartney’s official website for ticketing information.
Paul McCartney 2017 Tour Dates
July 5 — Miami FL — AmericanAirlines Arena
July 10 — Tampa FL — Amalie Arena
July 13 — Duluth GA — Infinite Energy Arena
July 15 — Bossier City LA — CenturyLink Center
July 19 — Wichita KS — INTRUST Bank Arena
July 21 — Des Moines IA — Wells Fargo Arena
July 23 — Omaha NE — CenturyLink Center
July 25 — Tinley Park IL — Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre, Tinley Park
September 11 — Newark NJ — Prudential Center
September 15 — New York NY — Madison Square Garden
September 19 — Brooklyn NY — Barclays Center
September 23 — Syracuse NY — Carrier Dome
September 26 — Uniondale NY — NYCB LIVE’s Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
October 1 — Detroit MI — Little Caesars Arena
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