Paul McCartney announces European tour for November and December – ticket details

Former Beatle will play three UK dates as part of European run

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Paul McCartney has announced a European tour for November and December, with three UK shows included.

The former Beatles man, who married his fiancée Nancy Shevell yesterday afternoon (October 9), has lined up 10 dates on the trek.

These begin in Italy in Bologna on November 26 and finish with a homecoming show in Liverpool on December 20.

McCartney will play two other UK shows as part of the tour, appearing at London's O2 Arena on December 5 and at Manchester's Evening News Arena on December 19.

Paul McCartney will play:

Bologna Futureshow Station Arena (November 26)
Milan Mediolanumforum (27)
Paris Bercy Omnisport Arena (30)
Koln Lanxess Arena (December 1)
London O2 Arena (5)
Stockholm The Globen (10)
Helsinki Hartwall Arena (12)
Moscow Olympiyski Arena (14)
Manchester Evening News Arena (19)
Liverpool Echo Arena (20)

Tickets go onsale on Thursday (October 13) at 9am (BST). To check the availability of Paul McCartney tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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