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Paul McCartney announces second date for 2014 Out There! tour

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Paul McCartney's website on March 13 announced new dates to add to the 2014 edition of his Out There! Tour. McCartney will play April 25 at National Stadium in Lima, Peru. The website said a ticket pre-sale will begin at 10 a.m. March 14.

On March 9, McCartney confirmed the first date of his 2014 tour at Santiago, Chile. Various published reports have indicated shows would be announced in Uruguay, Peru, Ecuador, Korea and Costa Rica.

The Korean stop, which we reported, will reportedly be at Jamsil Olympic Stadium, the home of the 1988 Summer Olympic Games, which holds roughly 69,000 people. The tour is also rumored to be hitting Japan and possibly the U.S., though these stops are unconfirmed.

The 2013 edition of the Out There! tour began May 4 in Belo Horizonte, Brazil at Mineiräo Stadium, and featured over 30 shows in Brazil, the U.S., Poland, Austria, Italy and Canada before ending in Japan. One thing that is for certain is that the tour setlist will include songs from his “NEW” album, released late last year.


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