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Brookfield, WI (PRWEB) June 21, 2013
The singer has a handful of shows yet to be performed in July and August in his "Out There Tour" that is taking him around the world. On June 22, 25, and 27, he will perform in Poland, Italy, and Austria respectively, after which time he returns to North America for nine remaining concerts. JustCheapTickets.com can offer discount prices to fans who want to obtain tickets for one of the few concerts yet to take place.
When the legendary performer returns to North America, he will start the last leg of his tour with a July 7 concert in Ottawa, Canada. On July 9, he travels to Boston for a show, then proceeds to Washington, D.C., for a July 12 event. On the 14th of the month, the star has an Indianapolis show planned. He will then perform in Milwaukee on July 16. His last U.S. show takes place in Seattle on July 19. The tour will wrap up with three Canadian concerts on July 23, August 12 and August 14, when he will entertain fans in Quebec City, Winnipeg, and Regina respectively.
Paul McCartney tickets have been rapidly selling for "Out There" concert events. This tour has taken the singing star to locations where he has not performed in years or has never performed at all. As soon as the tour was announced, fans were already anxious to obtain tickets for one of his live shows, even if he was not appearing right in their neighborhood. A little bit of traveling to get to a concert location is not a big deal for diehard fans of the English singer.
Only nine concerts remain to be performed in North America, and these shows will take place as soon as the singer/songwriter has finished his European shows. He has been traveling on his current tour since May 4 of this year. Concert shows have been a treat for fans who have been fortunate enough to obtain tickets for a live appearance before sell-outs have occurred. North American fans who still want to acquire concert seats for one of the star's remaining shows had better act quickly.