Paul McCartney Confirms 2024 South American Tour Dates

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Paul McCartney has confirmed a string of tour dates in South America for later this year.

The music legend confirmed this news via his official website yesterday (June 10), where he announced a run of dates across South America which will run across October.

Kicking off in Uruguay on October 1, McCartney will head over to Argentina on October 5, Chile on October 11.

Following a short break, McCartney will perform again in Argentina on October 23, before finishing off with a show in Peru on October 27.

Pre sale codes for these tickets will be available between now and June 27. Tickets will go on general sale between 14-27 June.

Check out more information on this via Macca’s official website here.

Paul McCartney Announces Tour Dates:

Check out the official tour dates from McCartney’s South American tour below.

OCTOBER

1 – Estadio Centenario – Montevideo, Uruguay
5 – River Plate Stadium – Bueno Aires, Argentina
11 – Estadio Monumental – Santiago, Chile
23 – Mario Alberto Kempes – Córdoba, Argentina
27 – Estadio Nacional – Lima, Peru

Last month, Paul McCartney was named the first UK musician to become a billionaire, according to the Sunday Times Rich List.

The music legend’s affluent wealth can be largely put down to the lucrative value of his back catalogue, as well as Beyoncé’s of his 1968 classic hit, Blackbird. More on this here.

Last month, McCartney also presented a special award to fellow musician Bruce Springsteen at the Ivor Novello Awards.

This award recognises the best creative musical achievements, with the recipients decided by award-winning songwriters and composers from the Ivors Academy, with Springsteen becoming the first international musician to receive the award.

Presenting this award to Springsteen, McCartney even joked: “Like Bruce’s concerts, I’m going to keep this brief,” referring to the Boss’ three hour plus concerts, before adding that he “couldn’t think of a more fitting” recipient “except maybe Bob Dylan, or Paul Simon, or Billy Joel, or Beyoncé, or Taylor Swift. The list goes on”. 

“He’s known as the American working man but he admits he’s never worked a day in his life”, McCartney added. More on this from Nova here.