Sir Paul Sets North American Fall Tour
April 18, 2005


Paul McCartney

Paul McCartney announced he was planning a North American tour back at this year's Super Bowl, and now the full itinerary can be revealed. Dubbed the US tour, it will kick off in Miami on September 16 and continue until the end of November. Sir Paul will visit a few cities he has never played in his entire career, such as Des Moines, IA and Omaha, NE. The tour is sponsored by Lexus and will follow the release of his next studio record, which is due from Capitol Records later this year. Tickets go on-sale beginning this Saturday.

In a statement, McCartney said, "We are looking forward to playing again in America. They know how to have a good time and we're there to give it to them. It'll be fun to visit some new places, to see some old faces and to do things a bit differently this time. We're ready to rock."

Paul McCartney US tour dates:
Sept. 16 - Miami
Sept. 17 - Tampa, FL
Sept. 20 - Atlanta
Sept. 22 - Philadelphia
Sept. 26 - Boston
Oct. 4-5 - New York
Oct. 8 - Washington, D.C.
Oct. 10 - Toronto
Oct. 14 - Detroit
Oct. 18 - Chicago
Oct. 22 - Columbus, OH
Oct. 23 - Milwaukee
Oct. 26 - St. Paul, MN
Oct. 27 - Des Moines, IA
Oct. 30 - Omaha, NB
Nov. 1 - Denver
Nov. 3 - Seattle
Nov. 4 - Portland, OR
Nov. 7 - San Jose
Nov. 11 - Anaheim
Nov. 16 - Sacramento
Nov. 19 - Houston
Nov. 20 - Dallas
Nov. 23 - Phoenix
Nov. 25-26 - Las Vegas
Nov. 29 - Los Angeles




 
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