Legendary English musician Sir Paul McCartney has been on tour since early May of last year with over 50 concerts scheduled with seven legs across Asia, Central America, Europe, North America, and South America. The tour currently has grossed over $105 million with the last concert show scheduled for October 30 in Greensboro, North Carolina. Throughout the tour Paul McCartney tickets
have been some of the most expensive concerts on the secondary market.
However, McCartney was forced to cancel his Asian tour run due to a viral infection and the same illness also recently canceled many of his US tour dates. McCartney is now set to resume his "Out There" tour and the former Beatle is now feeling great and ready to rock and roll once again as the North American portion of the tour now resumes July 5 at the Times Union Center in Albany, New York. McCartney tickets for his first show since recovering from his illness will be steep but not the most expensive of his tour with a secondary market price average of $460.55. The tour average for the singer is $288.39, so that is a 59.7% increase for his Albany show compared to the singer's tour average.
Still, some McCartney fans in the Kansas City area will be able to see him live at much cheaper secondary market prices. When he makes his stop at the Sprint Center on July 16, the average price is currently $277.64, 3.8% below the tour average with a get in price of $82.
Other stops that include cheaper secondary market prices that are well below the tour average are on McCartney's July 14 show at the Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln, Nebraska with an average price of $214.03. That is a 25.7% decrease in price compared to the tour average. The cheapest McCartney tour tickets in the secondary market will be for his August 7 show in Salt Lake City, Utah at the EnergySolutions Arena with an average price of just $179.71, 37% below the tour average according to TiqIQ.
McCartney's most expensive tour date is on August 14 where the singer will perform the last show ever at Candlestick Park in San Francisco. Tickets will be in high demand with a secondary market price average $467.45, which is a 62.1% increase in average price compared to the tour average with a get in price of $106.
For more on the Paul McCartney 'Out There' Tour
, check out the TiqIQ blog.