Paul McCartney Tickets on sale Wednesday 8th December

Paul McCartney

Tickets on sale Wednesday 8th December
(Please note tickets for this show will not be available in hmv stores)

Following a year of massive international-headline-grabbing sell out stadium shows, Paul McCartney today announces he will bring 2010 to a close with two very special intimate and personal homecoming shows. Paul and his band are planning two spectacular nights of celebrating and rock n’ roll, the first of which will see Paul return to London’s hmv Hammersmith Apollo for his first full solo show there in 35 years, his last appearance being with Wings in September 1975; Paul first appeared there with The Beatles on December 24th, 1964 for The Beatles Christmas Show. The second concert will be in Liverpool at the 02 Academy.

Paul’s end of year shows will feature a typically diverse set list, drawing on nearly three hours of the world’s most loved music. Paul’s concert will include songs spanning his entire career, from The Beatles, Wings, solo material and tracks from The Fireman’s 2008 album ‘Electric Arguments’.

“As the show moved towards its climax, they pulled off an incredible version of’ Paperback Writer’ – all harmonies present and correct – followed by an emotional ‘A Day in the Life’, and a literally explosive ‘Live and Let Die’, during which a blitz of fireworks soared into the night sky, high above the park.” – The Times

“Paul McCartney performed like a man one-quarter of his age before an adoring crowd at a packed Air Canada Centre last night. For the first of two concerts—he returns to the ACC tonight—the living legend’s stamina was absolutely stupefying. He seemed to turn back the hands of time during a nearly three-hour marathon that featured 36 songs and nary a sip of water between them.” – Toronto Star

“McCartney is rolling out a marathon performance: 38 songs over the course of two hours and 45 minutes. There are no breaks for him to rest his voice, no theatrics beyond some videos filled with arty or nostalgic imagery, and none of the bouncy pop that earned his critical complaints in the 1980’s and 90’s. It’s as raw as we have ever seen McCartney.” – Variety

Book online or call 0843 221 0100




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