Paul McCartney to bring Out There tour to the UK for three dates in 2015

Macca will perform in London, Birmingham and Liverpool

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After collaborating with Kanye West and Rihanna earlier this year, Paul McCartney is to bring his Out There tour to the UK for his first shows on home turf in three years.

McCartney will perform three dates in the UK at The O2 in London, Barclaycard Arena in Birmingham and Echo Arena in his hometown Liverpool.

The former Beatles’ O2 show will coincide with the 50th anniversary of his famous song “Yesterday”. Although the exact date of when the song was penned is not known, it will be 50 years this May since McCartney wrote one of the most covered pop songs to date.

McCartney said he is looking forward to returning to play the UK after performing his tour for 18 months around the world. “There’s nothing quite like rocking out with your home audience”, he said.

Elsewhere on the European leg of his world tour, McCartney will play in France, Holland, Denmark, Norway and Sweden.


The singer-songwriter will perform music spanning his entire career as a solo artist, member of Wings and as a Beatle. He will also play new material from his most recent studio album NEW.

Rihanna and Kanye have yet to confirm if they'll be joining Macca for a one-off performance.

Tickets go on sale on Monday 9 March at 10am.

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