The South American newspaper website La Tercera leaked more possible dates Feb. 20 for what is yet an announced Paul McCartney tour in the Southern Hemisphere.
According to the paper, McCartney will play two shows between April 20 and April 23 in Santiago, Chile at the Movistar Arena and April 28 in Quito, Ecuador. This is in addition to the previously leaked April 18 show in Montevideo, Uruguay and April 25 in Lima, Peru at National Stadium.
Santiago's Movistar Arena has roughly 15,000 seats for what the paper said will be two intimate shows. The stadium for Quito was not mentioned, but it's likely to be Estadio Olímpico Atahualpa, a multi-purpose stadium in in the city used mostly for football matches and which has a capicity of just under 41,000 seats.
The paper's report, shown on the Paul on the Run blog, said that for now, there are no shows scheduled in either Brazil or Argentina. There has not been any official confirmation of new shows by Paul McCartney.
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