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Paul McCartney Expands Out There Tour (A Top Story)



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On Wednesday Paul McCartney Expands Out There Tour was a top story. Here is the recap: Paul McCartney continues to expand his Out There tour plans for North America. This week the Beatles legend announced new shows in Canada for the trek.

McCartney has added three new Canadian shows for this summer which will include stops in two cities that he has never performed in before.

The new dates include his very first concert in Ottawa which will take place on July 7th at Scotiabank Place. He will also play his first show in Regina on August 14th at the Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field.

The third new date will take place on August 7th in Winnipeg. McCartney has not performed in that city since his 1993 New World Tour.

The previously announces stops on the tour continue to sell out. The trek will kick off with a sold out show on May 18th in Orlando FL. - more on this story





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