Paul McCartney Tickets on Sale Today for Washington DC, Memphis, Austin and Orlando

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Paul McCartney has added additional tour dates for his 2013 Out There Tour schedule and Preferred Seating has Paul McCartney tickets for each of his shows in Washington DC, Memphis, Austin and Orlando on sale today. This may be the last time to see the former Beatle and the fans are eager to hear the classics live one more time.

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"Any seat at a Paul McCartney concert is a good seat" says Greg Cullen who's been selling tickets for and attending Paul McCartney concerts for over 25 years.

Paul McCartney tickets go on sale today for the four new stops on the 2013 Out There tour and fans can expect to hear a wide sampling of hits from his decade-long career. These new McCartney concerts will be indoors in Washington DC, Memphis, Austin and Orlando as opposed to the first two stadium shows released so far for Boston's Fenway Park and Safeco Field in Seattle. Preferred Seating Tickets has been putting fans in some of the best seats for Paul McCartney concerts for over 25 years and they expect the demand to be high for what could be the final US tour for the 70 year old rocker.

Newspapers in the UK have been reporting that Paul McCartney is still the richest man in Britain and his 24 year run and much of that is likely the result of royalties from songs the fans will be hearing live this summer. The set list will include familiar songs from his entire career from the early Beatles to his days with Linda McCartney and Wings and also his solo hits that never took off like his earlier classics did. Last year’s Paul McCartney concerts included up to 29 songs ending with "Hey Jude" and then returning for two encores and nine more hits to finish off with an epic 38 songs.

The best seats for Paul McCartney will set fans back a pretty penny but Preferred Seating Tickets has locked in a wide selection of cheap seats as well. The sound quality for a McCartney concert is best from 15 rows back on the floor or straight back in the lower level say the concert experts at Preferred Seating. "Any seat at a Paul McCartney concert is a good seat" says Greg Cullen who's been selling tickets for and attending Paul McCartney concerts for over 25 years.

Preferred Seating Tickets has been providing fans with hard to get and sold out concerts, sports and theater tickets since 1987. The owners and employees are fans first and are open to any questions about the best seating and ticket prices for the 2013 Paul McCartney tour by phone, email or live chat at PreferredSeat.com.

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