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Paul McCartney adds two more U.S. dates to summer tour

Paul McCartney adds two more U.S. dates to summer tour

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Paul McCartney continues to roll out shows for his upcoming U.S. tour, and continues to include locations where he's never played before. 

The former Beatle's latest announcement includes his performance debut in Missoula Montana, where he'll take the stage at Washington-Grizzly Stadium on August 5th.  His updated tour dates also include an August 12th show in Phoenix, Arizona, where he last performed in 2010.  Ticket information is available at PaulMcCartney.com

With the new additions, Sir Paul's "Out There U.S. Tour 2014" has grown to 19 shows.  He's slated to kick off the trek with his first-ever concert in Lubbock, Texas on June 14th.  He'll end the tour two months later, with the last-ever concert at San Francisco's Candlestick Park on August 14th. 

Paul McCartney's "Out There U.S. Tour 2014" Dates 

June 14 - Lubbock, Texas, at the United Spirit Arena 
June 16 - Dallas, Texas, at the American Airlines Center 
June 19 - New Orleans, Louisiana, at the Smoothie King Center 
June 21 - Atlanta, Georgia, at the Philips Arena 
June 22 - Jacksonville, Florida, at Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena 
June 25 - Nashville, Tennessee, at the Bridgestone Arena 
June 26 - Louisville, Kentucky, at the Yum! Center 
July 5 - Albany, New York, at the Times Union Center 
July 7 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, at the Consol Energy Center 
July 9 - Chicago, Illinois, at the United Center 
July 12 - Fargo, North Dakota, at the Fargodome 
July 14 - Lincoln, Nebraska, at the Pinnacle Bank Arena 
July 16 - Kansas City, Missouri, at the Sprint Center 
August 2 - Minneapolis, Minnesota, at Target Field 
August 5 - Missoula, Montana, at Washington-Grizzly Stadium 
August 7 - Salt Lake City, Utah, at the EnergySolutions Arena 
August 10 - Los Angeles, California, at Dodger Stadium 
August 12 - Phoenix, Arizona, at the US Airways Center 
August 14 - San Francisco, California, at Candlestick Park 

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