Paul McCartney adds October date at Little Caesars Arena to 'One on One' tour

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PAUL MCCARTNEY. PHOTO BY MJ KIM.
  • Paul McCartney. Photo by MJ Kim.

Macca has added a massive new run of U.S. dates to his 'One on One, tour, with the final one being an October 1 date at the Little Caesars Arena. The Detroit date, the last in the tour, will obviously be Paul’s first show at the brand new venue, and first visit to the Motor City since 2015.

Tickets will go on sale Monday, May 1 at 10 a.m. Ticket prices start at $59.50. You can procure them at OlympiaEntertainment.com, the Fox Theatre and Joe Louis Arena box offices and at Ticketmaster.com.



McCartney’s One on One tour opened a year ago, with Paul’s debut concert in Fresno, Calif. on April 13. That show, which opened with the artist's first performance of “A Hard Day’s Night” since the Beatles last played it 1965, drew instant and unanimous raves from near ("McCartney’s abundance of natural charm and charisma made this sold-out arena show feel and more like a really big piano bar” — The Fresno Bee) and far ("nearly three hours of music that moved gracefully from the intimate to the explosive... the emphasis never drifted from the music, ranging from generational anthems to post-Beatles deep cuts” — Rolling Stone).

As with every Paul McCartney tour, One on One features dozens of classics spanning his entire career — as a solo artist, member of Wings and of course as a Beatle — and no shortage of surprises.




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