Two shows will be at National Stadium in Tokyo May 17 and 18, and one will be May 24 at Yanmar Stadium, Nagai, Osaka. Given the six-day gap between the last show in Tokyo and the one in Osaka, it wouldn't be shocking if other shows were added. McCartney's Out There! Tour played six shows there last November in Osaka, Fukuoka and Tokyo.
The new show makes nine shows already scheduled for the Out There! Tour this year. The other shows are April 19 at Montevideo, Uruguay at Centenario Stadium; April 21 and 22 at Santiago, Chile's Movistar Arena; April 25 in Lima, Peru at National Stadium; April 28 at Estadio de Liga in Quito, Ecuador and May 1 in San Jose, Costa Rica at National Stadium.
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.
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