Paul McCartney Sets Dates for 2024 UK and European ‘Got Back’ Tour

Paul McCartney

Paul McCartney is set to headline a series of shows across the UK and Europe later this year. Get all the exciting details below. The iconic solo artist and former Beatles member will light up the stage in Paris and Madrid this December as part of his ‘Got Back’ tour. He’s scheduled for back-to-back performances at Manchester’s Co-Op Live arena on December 14 and 15, followed by two nights at The O2 in London on December 18 and 19.

Tickets will be available for the general public starting at 10am local time this Friday (June 21). Snag your tickets here. There will also be a fan pre-sale for the UK shows starting at the same time on Wednesday (June 19).

Paul McCartney shared his enthusiasm about the tour, saying, “I’m thrilled to wrap up the year and my 2024 tour dates right here in the UK. There’s nothing quite like playing at home. It’s going to be a fantastic way to close out the year.” He also mentioned, “Let’s get set to party. I can’t wait to see you.”

Paul McCartney’s 2024 UK and European tour dates are announced as his first UK shows since his headline performance at Glastonbury 2022. His last concert in London was in 2018, and his most recent Manchester show was in 2011.

Paul McCartney’s 2024 UK and European tour dates are:

04 – La Defense Arena, Paris, France
05 – La Defense Arena, Paris, France
09 – Wizink Centre, Madrid, Spain
⁠10 – Wizink Centre, Madrid, Spain
14 – Co-op Live, Manchester, UK
15 – Co-op Live, Manchester, UK
⁠18 – The O2, London, UK
19 – The O2, London, UK

In other exciting news, Paul McCartney’s latest solo album, ‘McCartney III‘, was released in 2022. Just last month, he made headlines as the first UK musician to reach billionaire status, with his fortune significantly increasing over the last year.

In related news, director Sam Mendes is reportedly bringing the Beatles to the big screen in his upcoming biopics. Paul Mescal (known from Normal People and Aftersun) is rumored to be playing McCartney, as previously reported.