At 76 years old, Paul McCartney is till as determined and passionate. Five years after his album “New”, the British artist is back with a new record called “Egypt Station” (out on September 7, 2018) supported by singles “I don’t know”, “Come on To Me” and even “Fuh You”.
On this occasion, the former Beatles member will hit the world roads again with his “Freshen Up” tour.
This new tour will start on September 17, 2018 in Quebec before stopping by Montreal, Edmonton and even Austin, USA. Next, it will join Japan with three concerts then Europe by the end of fall with dates scheduled in Copenhagen, Vienna, Krakow, Liverpool and even Glasgow and London.
Paul McCartney also expects to put a smile on French audience’s lip by taking over on Wednesday November 28, 2018, the huge Paris Nanterre La Défense U Arena for one night and one night only in France.
For the record, this French show will be the first since 2016 when the British artist performed in May at Paris Bercy.
“We always love playing in France. The audiences are wild and it always gets us going. We’ve had so many special nights there so we know this is going to be a huge party and we can’t wait to get back and rock out. We look forward to seeing you soon.” Paul McCartney said via a press release on his website.
Don’t miss the opening of the ticket sale on September 13, 2018. For the biggest fans, meet on https://paulmccartney.com for an exclusive presale on September 4.
On 28 November 2018
Starts at 8 p.m.
Paris La Défense Arena
8 Rue des Sorins