“Freshen Up” South America leg announced

Monday, December 3, 2018

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From paulmccartney.com, December 3, 2018:


South America 2019 dates announced

20th March     National Stadium, Santiago, Chile
23rd March    Polo Ground, Buenos Aires, Argentina
26th March    Allianz Parque, Sao Paulo, Brazil
27th March    Allianz Parque, Sao Paulo, Brazil
30th March    Estadio Couto Pereira, Curitiba, Brazil  

“What a great way to start 2019 with a trip to Chile! I can’t believe it’s almost five years since our last shows there. We’ve always had such an amazing time on our visits and the people of Chile really know how to party and are always so welcoming. Can’t wait to see you in March.”– Paul on Chile

“I love Argentina. We’ve got so many incredible memories from playing there.  It’s always such fun so we know we’ve got another memorable experience coming our way. We’re coming back with a new tour with some stuff we’ve never done in Argentina before. So be sure to come along.We want to see you there for a great night of rock n’ roll and partying!” – Paul on Argentina

“I can’t wait to be back in Brazil! The audiences are always wild which makes it very special for us. We’ve freshened up the show since our last visit and we are excited to be playing some of our new songs from the new album as well as the songs we always love to play. We want to see you, we want to rock out and party with you again!”– Paul on Brazil

Today, Paul announces his first live shows of 2019.  Paul will take his critically acclaimed new Freshen Up tour to South America in March for a total of four special shows in Chile, Argentina and Brazil.

The new Freshen Up tour launched in September in Canada winning incredible reviews. In October the tour headed to the US for Paul’s headline performance at the 17th annual ‘Austin City Limits’ festival.  Earlier this month Paul completed the Japanese leg of the tour.

The launch of the tour coincided with Paul scoring his first ever debut Number One album in the American Billboard charts as well as topping the charts in many countries all over the world.

Paul’s last trip to South America was in 2017 on his massive One On One tour when he played in Brazil and was awarded with an accolade for selling over 1.5 million concert tickets in Brazil alone, which included his historic, record breaking show in Rio in 1990 where Paul set the world record for the largest concert attendance ever – 184,000 people!  

This tour will take Paul back to Argentina for the first time in almost three years as well as Chile for the first time since 2014. […]

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