Paul McCartney is currently rocking on his Out There tour and the former Beatle isn’t exactly taking a long break when his concerts conclude next month.
McCartney recently announced that, for the first time in over a decade, he’ll be playing a series of shows in Japan come November. The five-concert run will bring Sir Paul’s Out There country-count up to six, having also played Canada, the US, Poland, Austria and Italy.
The UK rock legend’s Japanese concerts are set to kick off in Osaka (date is TBA) and conclude on November 21 in Tokyo.
McCartney’s last visit to the country was for his 2002 Driving Japan Tour.
For more on this story, and to check out all of Paul McCartney’s upcoming tour dates, head to his official website.