Paul McCartney is rumoured to be touring Australia next year

Publish Date
Friday, 28 July 2023, 11:56AM
Photo / Getty Images via NZ Herald

Photo / Getty Images via NZ Herald

Rumours are swirling that the legendary Paul McCartney could be returning to Australia for an enormous tour this October and November.

The Herald Sun reported that Paul was "in talks", possibly brought to Australia by Frontier Touring,  for dates on the east coast, with the possibility of other cities being added to the itinerary.

Hopefully, he'll come across the ditch again too, and perform here!  

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He last toured New Zealand in December 2017, performing a one-off show at Auckland's Mt Smart Stadium on December 16th which was "profound" according to the NZ Herald's Tim Roxborogh.

"That was profound. For all the insane facts and stats on Sir Paul McCartney and you can take your pick: 18 Grammys, songwriter of over 30 different US/UK #1 hits, total record sales in-excess of one billion, the most successful pop songwriter of all time etc., it ultimately all comes down to how those songs make you feel."

"And for me and 30,000 other Kiwis Saturday night at Mt Smart Stadium in Auckland, there were no less than 40 songs and exponentially more moments to make you feel."

"Let It Be was as deeply moving in Auckland in 2017 as it would've been in Australia a week ago, in Japan 25 years ago and on any set of speakers you could find in any home in the world when it came out almost 50 years ago."

Hopefully, these rumours come true! Fingers crossed.

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