The concert calendar for Paul McCartney‘s latest tour of the nation is still growing. The world-famous performer now has five engagements booked for his spring 2010 Up and Coming Tour.
The only Florida performance for the upcoming tour will take place April 3 at Sun Life Stadium in Miami. Macca will also leave the mainland behind for his first-ever concert in Puerto Rico on April 5 at the José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum in the capital city of San Juan.
The fresh dates are joined by the addition of a second concert at the historical Hollywood Bowl in Hollywood, CA. McCartney was originally slated for a single night in the open-air venue on March 30, but presale demand for tickets led to the unveiling of a second show on March 31.
Ticketing details are still forthcoming for the event in Puerto Rico, but public onsales in Miami are slated for March 8. As previously announced, general ticket sales begin February 28 for both nights at the Hollywood Bowl and March 1 for the tour’s opening night in Arizona.
Each market on the itinerary will feature ticket prices that begin at an affordable $50 and increase to more moderately expensive levels. However, current presales in the Phoenix- and Los Angeles-area markets include much pricier options for exclusive “Front Row Packages.”
The VIP ticket packages run up to $2,000 for McCartney’s March 28 concert or $1,850 for either of his Hollywood Bowl shows on March 30-31. The highest-priced packages include one ticket for front-row seating, as well as special add-ons like valet parking, an invitation to soundcheck and a complimentary pre-concert dinner.
The Up and Coming Tour is a follow-up to the Summer Live 2009 Tour, which featured just 10 concert dates in the United States and Canada. Additional bookings are expected for Sir Paul’s 2010 venture, but it remains to be seen whether the musician will exceed last year’s tally.
Paul McCartney itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)
|March 28||Glendale, AZ||Jobing.com Arena|
|March 30 – 31||Hollywood, CA||Hollywood Bowl|
|April 3||Miami, FL||Sun Life Stadium|
|April 5||San Juan, PR||Coliseo de Puerto Rico – José Miguel Agrelot|