Few musicians have the distinction and legacy that Paul McCartney has. The living legend, a British band icon, a founding member of The Beatles, and a solo musician, is launching on another highly anticipated tour. This article looks into the schedule of Paul McCartney‘s Australian tour 2023 dates.
Everything you need to know about Paul McCartney’s upcoming Australia tour
Paul McCartney‘s musical career began in Liverpool, England, in the early 1960s when he co-founded The Beatles with John Lennon, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr. Paul McCartney started his solo career after the Beatles disbanded in 1970. As a youngster, he taught himself to play guitar and piano after being influenced by rock and roll performers such as Buddy Holly and Little Richard. So it’s no surprise that he debuted an album in 1970 after the group disbanded. In 1971, Paul and his wife Linda McCartney created the band Wings, with which he also performed until 1981 and recorded seven studio albums.
As a lead guitarist, backup singer, and lead vocalist on occasion, McCartney III, his most recent album, will be released on December 18, 2020. Paul McCartney released 18 solo studio albums during his long and successful career. Paul McCartney always continues touring worldwide after the band’s split.
McCartney’s upcoming Australian tour in 2023 promises to be an incredible musical trip through the eras. McCartney’s set list will undoubtedly include a selection of his best hits from The Beatles and his distinguished solo career. Songs such as “Hey Jude,” “Let It Be,” “Live and Let Die,” “Band on the Run,” and “Maybe I’m Amazed” are likely to be performed on this tour.
Beyond the music, Paul McCartney’s Australian Tour 2023 has sentimental meaning. For many fans, attending this event is more than simply seeing a musical icon; it’s an emotional voyage back in time. The memories associated with The Beatles’ songs frequently elicit nostalgia, reminding fans of their childhood, first loves, and life-changing events.
How to buy tickets for Paul McCartney’s Australian tour?
As predicted, tickets for Paul McCartney’s Australian Tour 2023 are in great demand. Fans are asked to get their tickets immediately to prevent disappointment. Different ticket levels, including VIP packages, may include special advantages like meet-and-greets with the music legend.
Paul McCartney’s 2023 Australia Tour Dates
Paul McCartney will perform in Adelaide, Melbourne, Newcastle, Sydney, Brisbane, and the Gold Coast in October and November. It will be his first visit to Australia in six years.
A ticket pre-sale will take place on Wednesday, August 9th, 2023, followed by a general on-sale on Friday, August 11th, 2023.
Here are the Paul McCartney’s Australia tour dates:
- 10/18 – Adelaide, AU @ Entertainment Centre
- 10/21 – Melbourne, AU @ Marvel Stadium
- 10/24 – Newcastle, AU @ McDonald Jones Stadium
- 10/27 – Sydney, AU @ Allianz Stadium
- 11/01 – Brisbane, AU @ Suncorp Stadium
- 11/04 – Gold Coast, AU @ Heritage Bank Stadium
The tour will begin on October 18 in Adelaide, where The Beatles made history on their first visit to Australia in 1964.
An estimated 350,000 people waited between the airport and Town Hall to see the band. This will be his first visit to Australia since his award-winning 2017 tour.
Frontier Touring CEO Dion Brandy talked about the upcoming Australia tour:
“At least a few places different. We saw when Elton John came just how Newcastle embraced the show and embraced Elton and his team. We were super excited to suggest the to Paul [McCartney] and we are really excited that he’s agreed to do it.
People were blown away and there was so much regret from people who didn’t go, back in 2017. To be honest, we started conversations then about coming back the following summer… And then Paul got quite busy. And you know, it’s Paul McCartney … So you take the time frame you can get.”
Paul McCartney also shared a statement about the 2023 Australia tour:
“I have got so many amazing memories of my time in Australia over the years. Our last trip was so much fun. We had such an incredible time. Each show was a party, so we know this is going to be incredibly special.
Australia, we are going to rock! I can’t wait to see you.”
Watch Paul McCartney‘s messages below!