Paul McCartney has announced details of an extensive North American tour.
The star will kick off the 28-date ’US’ jaunt at the American Airlines Arena in Miami on September 16 and wind up at Los Angeles’ Staples Center on November 29.
The tour will support Paul McCartney’s upcoming as-yet-untitled album, due out on Capitol.
The former Beatle last toured North America in 2002. At the time, according to Billboard Boxscore, he was the top touring artist in the world, grossing $126 million from 58 shows.
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Miami American Airlines Arena (September 16)
Tampa St. Pete Times Forum (17)
Atlanta Philips Arena (20)
Philadelphia Wachovia Center (22)
Boston Fleet Center (26)
New York Madison Square Garden (October 4-5)
Washington D.C. MCI Center (8)
Toronto Air Canada Center (10)
Detroit Palace at Auburn Hills (14)
Chicago United Center (18)
Columbus Ohio Value City Arena (22)
Milwaukee Bradley Center (23)
St. Paul Xcel Energy Center (26)
Des Moines Wells Fargo Arena (27)
Omaha Qwest Center (30)
Denver Pepsi Center (November 1)
Seattle Key Arena (3)
Portland Rose Garden (4)
San Jose HP Pavilion (7)
Anaheim Arrowhead Pond (11)
Sacramento Arco Arena (16)
Houston Toyota Center (19)
Dallas American Airlines Center (20)
Phoenix Glendale Arena (23)
Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden (25-26)
Los Angeles Staples Center (29)