NEW DATES ADDED: Paul announces Brazil dates for the 'Got Back' tour

Got Back Tour logo with photo of Paul

NEW DATE ADDED: ⁠Paul will play a second show in Belo Horizonte, on December 4th, at MRV Arena.

After phenomenal demand, Paul has added a second date in Belo Horizonte to the GOT BACK tour.

The sale to the general public starts on October 10th at 12pm BRT. There is no pre-sale for this show.

Visit the Got Back 2023 tour page for more information and ticket links.

⁠Thursday 30 November - Brasília - Mané Garrincha Stadium
⁠⁠Sunday 3 December - Belo Horizonte - MRV Arena
⁠NEW SHOW: Monday 4 December - Belo Horizonte - Mrv Arena
Thursday 7 December- São Paulo - Allianz Parque
Saturday 9 December - São Paulo - Allianz Parque
⁠Sunday 10 December - São Paulo - Allianz Parque
⁠Wednesday 13 December - Curitiba - Estádio Couto Pereira
Saturday 16 December - Rio De Janeiro - Maracanã Stadium

I’ve got some good news.  We’re coming back to Brazil in November to play for you. We have such great memories from all our visits.  I love coming to Brazil because you guys like to rock, sing and party all at once. We’re really excited. Let's have fun. Let's rock. Let's roll. Let's stomp. Let's stroll. And Brazil, let's have a great time.” - Paul McCartney

Fulfilling his promise to return to the stage – to the delight of fans – Paul returns to Brazil in 2023 for shows in five cities – São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Brasília, Belo Horizonte and Curitiba. Bringing his phenomenal GOT BACK Tour to the country for the first time.  The tour started in the United States in April 2022 and saw Paul perform a historic headline festival set at Glastonbury.

Paul has a strong relationship with Brazil – and a huge number of fans from the most diverse generations. In 2017, he was recognized as the best-selling international artist for performances in the country, with more than 1,5 million tickets sold.

But the great milestone of the eternal Beatle happened in 1990, when he performed in front of a crowded – and enchanted – Maracanã with 184,000 fans on the night of April 21, breaking at the time the world record for attendance at a concert. In 2023, McCartney will close the tour in December precisely by returning to “his sacred soil”, in the most iconic Brazilian soccer stadium. Magical place for sports lovers, like the artist.

Featuring Paul’s longtime band - Paul “Wix” Wickens (keyboards), Brian Ray (bass/guitar), Rusty Anderson (guitar) and Abe Laboriel Jr (drums) - and constantly upgraded state of the art audio and video technology that ensures an unforgettable experience from every seat in the house, a Paul McCartney concert is never anything short of life-changing.