If you were asked to name the most influential and beloved pop songwriter of the 20th Century, then Paul McCartney would have to be at the top of your list — and now that the former Beatle and all-around legend is back on tour with a brand-new album, you've got another chance to see him performing all of his most iconic hits, live and in concert at a stadium near you! Tickets for all upcoming dates are on sale now, so don't even think about skipping his new "Freshen Up" Tour, Macca's latest must-experience stage show. And while he's currently performing across Europe, a North American leg shouldn't be far behind — a leg we'll let you know all about as soon as info becomes publicly available.
While the competition over the beast seats is sure to be fierce, you don't have to worry about that. Because you've come to BigStub, the best Paul McCartney tickets are just a click away — no matter how muvh you're looking to spend. And because we'll update this page automatically whenever the schedule changes for any reason, we'll continue to be a great resource for all things Paul for years to come!
So check the 2020 schedule below to find out when Sir Paul will be performing his new album Egypt Station alongside hits like "Hey Jude," "Back in the USSR," "Maybe I'm Amazed," and "I Want to Hold Your Hand" at a venue near you — but don't wait. If you want to score the best Paul McCartney Tickets around, then you'd better lock yours down at BigStub today!
Born in Liverpool on June 18, 1942, Paul McCartney began playing guitar and singing in local rock and roll bands by the late 1950s, catching on with the Quarrymen in Summer of 1957. The group's core of John Lennon, George Harrison, and McCartney would soon rename themselves the Beatles, and the change from a quintet to a quartet, along with the addition of Richard "Ringo Starr" Starkey on drums solidified what would become the most influential and commercially successful rock group of all time.
Along with John Lennon, Paul McCartney served as the group's principle songwriter, a talent that served him well as both a solo artist and the leader of the 1970s supergroup Wings. McCartney has charted 60 Gold-certified discs and sold more than 200 million records across his career, and he continues to play to sold-out arenas all over the world.
At BigStub, we're committed to helping you get the best tickets for this can't-miss 2020 tour — whether you're looking to catch the legend front-row center or you're after a more budget-friendly option. Check out the concert information to learn more about upcoming shows, and get your Paul McCartney Tickets today!