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Wednesday, May 3, 2017
Paul McCartney adds new tour dates in Brazil

On his official website, Paul McCartney has announced the addition of four dates in Brazil to his One-On-One tour in October. Paul will be visiting the cities of Porto Alegre, Sao Paulo, Belo Horizonte and Salvador, Brazil. His first visit to Brazil was in 1990, he was last there in 2014. Tickets go on public sale on Saturday, May 8.

Source: PaulMcCartney.com
Tuesday, May 2, 2017
Paul McCartney books second show in Chicago

After selling out a July 25 show the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre, Paul McCartney has expanded his One on One tour with a second date at the venue the following day to meet a huge demand for tickets. Live Nation will announce additional details about the second show and ticket purchase in the near future, a spokeswoman said.

Source: Chicago Tribune
Monday, May 1, 2017
Beatle bucks to boost Chicago area hotels, restaurants

Paul McCartney's scheduled appearance in late July at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre in Tinley Park is likely to be sweet music for the area's hospitality industry. Local hotels and restaurants will benefit from the thousands of people who'll descend on the suburban venue, tourism and marketing officials say.

Source: Chicago Tribune
Review and Set List: Paul McCartney at the Tokyo Dome

The first of Paul McCartney's three sold-out shows at the 50,000 seat Tokyo Dome's audience erupted with deafening screams of delight with each song from probably the greatest ever back catalogue in popular music. McCartney was in fine voice, and he happily tried to speak Japanese to his fans who lapped it up.

Source: Vintage Vinyl News
Paul McCartney answers fan questions from Japan

On his official website, Paul McCartney has answered some questions from his Japanese fans, including how would he describe the Japanese audiences at his concerts compared to other countries, what impresses him about Japan, what would he sing at karaoke, and being vegetarian, what is his favourite Japanese food?

Source: PaulMcCartney.com
Friday, April 28, 2017
NY Attorney General investigating ticket complaints for McCartney concert

New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's office confirms it's beginning to receive complaints about tickets to the Paul McCartney concert. Some tickets for McCartney's September show in Syracuse are listed for $10,000, and some are "speculative tickets," which the seller doesn't even have yet.

Source: Local Syracuse
Thursday, April 27, 2017
BBB warns against McCartney ticket scams

Tickets for Paul McCartney in Wichita go on sale Monday, however some websites are already selling tickets. Denise Groene, State Director of the Better Business Bureau, said, "While that's not illegal per say, it does raise some concerns as to how they know that they're going to have these tickets available."

Source: KNSS Radio, Witchita
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
Paul McCartney returns to Tokyo's Budokan

Paul McCartney first appeared at Tokyo's legendary Budokan two years ago and famously performed there with The Beatles in 1966, playing just 11 songs. In 2015, he performed 28 songs at the Budokan. Tonight, McCartney outdid himself with a career-spanning 31-song set that mixed in Beatles numbers and Wings songs.

Source: Best Classic Bands
Paul McCartney announces new 2017 One on One tour dates

On the day that he performed his first official concert of the year, at the legendary Budokan in Tokyo, Paul McCartney has begun to reveal the dates for his 2017 "One on One" tour. They have not yet been formerly announced, but the Best Classic Bands has identified nine North American dates, including New York, New Jersey and Detroit.

Source: Best Classic Bands
Paul McCartney arrives in Tokyo

Former Beatle Paul McCartney is back in Japan for one concert Tuesday night at the Budokan, and three concerts at Tokyo Dome on April 27, 29 and 30. About 700 fans were on hand to greet McCartney, 74, and his wife Nancy, when they arrived at Haneda airport late Sunday night. The singer called out "Hi Japan" to his fans.

Source: Japan Today

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