Paul McCartney has just announced the first U.S. dates of the 2014 Out There tour with the promise of more to come. Macca will return to New Orleans for the first time since 2002 on June 19, which will be followed by his Louisville, KY debut on June 26.
The New Orleans performance will take place at The Smoothie King Center on June 19, while Louisville’s Yum! Center will host the former Beatle on the 26th. A note on McCartney’s website mentions “more dates to be announced…”
The general onsales for the just-announced shows will take place on April 14 at 10 a.m. local time.
Paul McCartney U.S. Tour Dates:
June 19: New Orleans, LA -The Smoothie King Center
June 26: Louisville, KY -Yum! Center
July 5: Albany, NY -Times Union Center
July 7: Pittsburgh, PA -Consol Energy Center
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