Following the conclusion of his 18-month intimate “One on One” tour, Paul McCartney fans in the UK are expecting to see a return to the home stage in 2018 and there’s reason to believe there may be a full UK tour just around the corner. Let us introduce you to our partner site, Next Concert. Experts in large scale music events, they might just be your golden ticket, literally. Let us take you through what we know.
It’s a fact. When there’s an album, there’s a tour. In the pipeline for some time now, Paul McCartney has been crafting new material alongside the prolific producer Greg Kurstin (Beck, Liam Gallagher, Foo Fighters) which he confirmed for 2018 release at the end of December. With a new album on the horizon, the former Beatle is expected to return back to his home turf with a 2018 tour.
McCartney’s most recent touring schedule took him all over the world, everywhere except his home country, making it even more plausible that he would treat UK fans to his new album with a fresh tour or a continuation of his latest tour this year. His “One on One” tour saw him play a massive 78 dates in total across five continents. Now more popular than ever, the only trouble for fans is getting their hands on tickets to see the living legend live.
@EchoArena Has Paul McCartney sold out? There wasn't even a button to buy tickets and then got the 'no seats available'
— Amy Danielle Young (@amydanielle20) March 9, 2015
His epic 91-date “Out There” tour from May 2013 to October 2015 saw him take his music to sold-out audiences all over the world.
- 91 concerts in total, 14 in Europe
- 4 huge dates in the UK including 2 London dates
- Saturated primary ticket platforms and tickets appearing instantly on the black market
- Classic ticket frustrations of infinite online queues, websites crashing and empty baskets
@PaulMcCartney did you know that tickets for México's concert in 28 oct sold out in 10 minutes. There're thousends looking for a ticket 1/2
— MCHJC (@menachangjc) July 13, 2017
So if you’re the adventurous type and are up for the battle, we wish you good luck.
For those of you who absolutely do not want to miss out on seeing one of England’s greatest treasures live, we’ve got a plan for you. So that you don’t end up sitting hunched over your computer crying after emptying your bank account onto ticket resale platforms, check out our partner site Next Concert. Taking care of the whole booking process for you, you can sit back and say “Baby I’m Amazed”, safe in the knowledge you’ll be seeing Paul McCartney live. It really is as simple as that.