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Third and fourth shows announced for Paul McCartney's 2014 Out There! Tour

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After having announced the tour's second show in Lima, Peru early on March 13, Paul McCartney added two more shows late in the day in announcements on his website. The two new shows are in Quito, Ecuador on April 28 at the Estadio de Liga and May 1 in San Jose, Costa Rica at National Stadium. Presale for both shows begins at 8 a.m. local time March 17 through his website. Local published reports had indicated there would be shows in both locations. (See our roundup of stories on the tour.)

Earlier in the day, McCartney's website he will play April 25 at National Stadium in Lima, Peru. The website said a ticket pre-sale through his website for that show will begin at 10 a.m. March 14. McCartney confirmed the first date of his 2014 tour at Santiago, Chile on March 9.

Other published reports say McCartney will also play in Korea. The Korean stop will reportedly be at Jamsil Olympic Stadium, the home of the 1988 Summer Olympic Games, which holds roughly 69,000 people. Rumor say the tour will also be hitting Japan and possibly the U.S., though these stops are unconfirmed.

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