UPDATED: WINNIPEG AND REGINA PRE-SALE INFO / Canadian Dates Added to "Out There" Tour!

24 April 2013


Website pre-sale tickets for Winnipeg and Regina go on sale today at 9am (local time). The tickets links are below:

For tickets to see Paul in Winnipeg click HERE!
For tickets to see Paul in Regina click HERE!


Website pre-sale tickets for Ottawa go on sale today at 9am (local time). The tickets links are below:

For general admission tickets click HERE!
For VIP tickets click HERE!



July 7: Ottawa ONT - Scotiabank Place
August 12: Winnipeg MB - Investors Group Field
August 14: Regina SK - Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field

Paul McCartney has confirmed that his all-new 2013 "Out There" tour will include a visit to Canada for three new shows -- two out of three in cities Paul has never before played: On July 7, Paul will play his historic first ever show in Ottawa, at Scotiabank Place. On August 12, Paul will return to Winnipeg for the first time since his New World Tour in 1993, for one night only at Investors Group Field. Finally on August 14, Paul will make his debut in Regina, playing his first ever show in the Queen City at Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field.

As previously announced, the "Out There" tour will also be making stops May 18 and 19 in Orlando FL at Amway Center, May 22 and 23 in Austin TX at the Frank Erwin Center, May 26 in Memphis TN at FedEx Forum, May 29 and 30 in Tulsa OK at the BOK Center, June 8 and 10 in Brooklyn NY at Barclays Center, July 9 in Boston MA at Fenway Park, July 12 in Washington DC at Nationals Ballpark, July 14 in Indianapolis IN at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, July 16 in Milwaukee WI at Miller Park and July 19 in Seattle WA at Safeco Field.

Tickets for Ottawa will go on sale Friday April 26 at 10am (local time) through Capitol Tix. Winnipeg and Regina go on sale Monday April 29 at 10am (local time) through Ticketmaster.

Registered fans of PaulMcCartney.com will have the opportunity to buy pre-sale tickets for Paul's show in Ottawa from 9am (local time) on Wednesday 24th April, and for Winnipeg and Regina from 10am (local time) on Thursday 25th April directly from the website. Fans will need to be registered by 6am (EST) on Wednesday 24th April for Ottawa and by 6am (EST) on Thursday 25th April for Winnipeg and Regina. Fans who are not currently signed up to the website can do so by clicking HERE!

Paul McCartney's "Out There" tour will feature brand new, never before seen production and, as ever, hours of material from the most beloved catalog in popular music, with Paul performing songs spanning his entire career--as a solo artist, member of Wings and of course The Beatles.

The McCartney live experience is a once in a lifetime opportunity. For approximately three hours, many of the greatest moments of the last 50 years of musical history -- not to mention the soundtracks of entire lives -- are magically brought to life as only Paul can do. Last year marked 40 years since Paul's premiere tour as a solo artist and these past four decades have seen him play in a staggeringly impressive range of venues and locations, including outside the Coliseum in Rome, in Moscow's Red Square, at the White House, a free show in Mexico to over 400,000 people and even a performance beamed into outer space! Having played with his peerless band of Paul 'Wix' Wickens (keyboards), Rusty Anderson (guitar), Abe Laboriel Jr. (drums) and Brian Ray (bass/guitar) for over ten years, Paul never disappoints -- as reviews of his last trek through Canada in November 2012 will attest:

"It took close to half a century for Paul McCartney to step on a Vancouver stage for the second time in his musical career, and in the span of nearly three hours at BC Place, Sir Paul closed the gap, looped the loop and gave his fans a timeless experience... McCartney never even paused to take a break, commanding the stage with more power, presence and stamina than pop stars half his age... Flat-out amazing." -- VANCOUVER SUN

"The last time Paul McCartney graced a stage in Vancouver was August 22, 1964. The show was cut short due to fear of a riot... There were times last night at BC Place when the 70 year-old could make you believe the clock was running backwards... The catalogue of tunes is positively staggering... McCartney really loves performing them too. Paul McCartney still does his legacy justice. Few of his living peers can make any similar claim. This was a bucket list gig and turned out to be one for the memory books as well. Thanks for that." -- VANCOUVER PROVINCE

"This was young McCartney again. And, the new one. It was vintage and voyage. There was that same boyish smile you see in early photos from their time in Liverpool, or the psychedelic German clubs, or their first appearance at Shea Stadium. There was a floppy-haired rocker who seemed very well aware of who he was and where he'd been, but was also transfixed on enjoying the moment. For the audience, you got to cross another one off your bucket list. Hearing 'Hey Jude' live? How can that not be on there? Is there another song anywhere in the universe that begs the same effect, or comes with the same aura, when its played to people who've paid to see and hear it? He played for three hours. Three hours. Paul, meanwhile, has more energy than Bruno Mars jumping in front of a train for you. On Sunday night, Paul McCartney had his way with 60,000 Canadians. They're all now on the other side of the bed, enjoying a cigarette." -- HUFFINGTON POST CANADA

"The hand-painted sign draped over the BC Place railings before the show read 'Paul Thanks For The Music.' It summed up the mood perfectly. This was stadium rock built on warmth, not swagger. It was a night carried on a wave of love and admiration for Paul McCartney the artist and man, an incredible talent who has somehow remained down-to-earth despite the endless and wholly deserved accolades... After a spectacular journey through the past from one of the very greatest of the greats, Paul McCartney left the stage basking in the love of an entire stadium. No one could deserve it more." -- CTV

"It was a long and winding road back to the yesterdays that seemed so far away — or mangle your own favourite line from your own favourite Beatles song to describe Paul McCartney’s show. He must’ve played them all at Rexall Place on Wednesday night... an epic concert that stretched almost three hours through almost 40 songs... Sir Paul should get an honorary Order of Canada just for that... Just when you think there was a climax would come an even higher highlight, then another, one encore, then another. What a marathon. You may think that McCartney would draw mainly Baby Boomers, and yes, there were certainly a lot of them at the show, screaming their faces off and gasping with the pleasure of recognition of one hit after another. But Paul’s appeal cuts a huge swath through the population. There were Gen-X fans brandishing home-made signs. There was even a gaggle of screaming young girls in the front, stricken with Beatlemania 50 years later. It’s a chronic, multi-generational epidemic, this Beatlemania – thanks to Paul McCartney still going as strong as ever." -- EDMONTON SUN

"May I be a human — and not a supposedly unbiased or clinical reviewer — for a moment? OhmygoshohmygoshPaulMcCartneyisonstage! Hesrightinfrontofme! andthousandsoffans! OneoftheBeatlesisfinallyinEdmonton! Wegettowitnessrocknrollhistoryintheflesh! IhopeheplaysHeyJudeorYesterday! And breathe. C’mon, who wasn’t thinking the same silly thoughts during Wednesday’s sold-out show, the first of two at Rexall Place? As the 70-year-old elder statesmen casually strolled onstage, 14,500 fans erupted in cheers — an explosion 50 years in the making… and McCartney more than made up for avoiding us all these years, gracefully attacking us with all his charm and greatest hits, making us feel like giddy 15-year-olds watching the Fab Four on The Ed Sullivan Show in the ’60s. Or giggly five-year-olds, watching the Beatles battle the Blue Meanies in Yellow Submarine for the first time in the ’70s, ’80s, ’90s or ’00s.... His entire show was epic... McCartney’s visit caps off a year stacked with classic-rock concerts... Do I even need to tell you Sir Paul’s three-hour show topped them all?" -- CALGARY HERALD & EDMONTON JOURNAL

Paul is throwing himself into 2013 with full force following yet another landmark year in 2012, which saw him conclude his record-breaking "On The Run" tour, release his Grammy-winning Kisses On The Bottom album, accept a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, play at both the Diamond Jubilee and Olympics Opening Ceremony, be named MusiCares Person of the Year, and headline 12-12-12 The Concert For Sandy Relief -- to highlight just a few memorable moments. With the "Out There'" tour and a new studio album in the works, it looks like 2013 will show no signs of Paul slowing down.

The "Out There" tour will see Paul and his band travel the world throughout the year, visiting both places of historical significance to Paul and new spots for the very first time. Further announcements and dates will be added in the coming weeks. Stay tuned to PaulMcCartney.com for official news and updates.

OUT THERE U.S. Tour 2013

May 18: Orlando FL - Amway Center (SOLD OUT)
May 19: Orlando FL - Amway Center (SOLD OUT)
May 22: Austin TX - Frank Erwin Center (SOLD OUT)
May 23: Austin TX - Frank Erwin Center (SOLD OUT)
May 26: Memphis TN - FedEx Forum - GET TICKETS!
May 29: Tulsa OK - BOK Center (SOLD OUT)
May 30: Tulsa OK - BOK Center - GET TICKETS!
June 8: Brooklyn NY - Barclays Center - GET TICKETS!
June 10: Brooklyn NY - Barclays Center - GET TICKETS!
July 7: Ottawa ONT - Scotiabank Place
July 9: Boston MA - Fenway Park (SOLD OUT)
July 12: Washington DC - Nationals Ballpark (SOLD OUT)
July 14: Indianapolis IN - Bankers Life Fieldhouse (SOLD OUT)
July 16: Milwaukee WI - Miller Park - GET TICKETS!
July 19: Seattle WA - Safeco Field (SOLD OUT)
August 12: Winnipeg MB - Investors Group Field
August 14: Regina SK - Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field