By: Troy Frisby
The legendary Paul McCartney is bringing his ‘Out There’ tour to the States this week.
For his first U.S. shows, McCartney is heading to Orlando and Austin before moving north over the next three months, with stops in New York, Boston and Indianapolis.
The rock legend’s North American tour got underway in Brazil earlier this month, with McCartney opening by performing the seminal Beatles classic “Eight Days a Week,” which the guys only performed once in concert, Antimusic reports .
The iconic musician is filling out his tour with a number of rarities, including “Your Mother Should Know” and “Lovely Rita,” each are appearing on his set list for the first time.
McCartney also made headlines earlier this week after once again defending Yoko Ono, telling BBC journalist Sir David Frost that he was certain John Lennon was already planning to leave the Beatles when he and Ono began their relationship.
McCartney’s upcoming U.S. tour dates:
- May 18-19 – Orlando, Florida
- May 22-23 – Austin, Texas
- May 29-30 – Tulsa, Oklahoma
- June 8 & 10 – Brooklyn, New York
- June 14 – Manchester, Tennessee at Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival
- July 9 – Boston, Massachusetts
- July 12 – Washington, D.C.
- July 14 – Indianapolis, Indiana
- July 16 – Milwaukee, Wisconsin
- July 19 – Seattle, Washington
For more tour dates, visit Paul McCartney’s official website.