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From paulmccartney.com, August 25, 2015:
PAUL McCARTNEY TO GET BACK ‘OUT THERE’ IN OCTOBER
FIVE NEW NORTH AMERICAN DATES CONFIRMED
October 13: Columbus, Ohio — Nationwide Arena
October 15: State College, Pennsylvania — Bryce Jordan Center
October 17: Toronto, Canada — Air Canada Centre
October 21: Detroit, Michigan — Joe Louis Arena
October 22: Buffalo, New York — First Niagara Center
Fresh off an undeniably historic headline performance at this year’s Lollapalooza hailed without exception as the biggest and best in the festival’s 25 year history, Paul McCartney has confirmed five new North American arena dates on the universally acclaimed ‘Out There’ tour.
First, Paul will return to Columbus, OH nearly 10 years to the day since his last appearance in the Ohio capital city to headline the Nationwide Arena on October 13. On October 15, Paul will play his first ever show in State College, PA at the Bryce Jordan Center. October 17 will see Paul back at Toronto’s Air Canada Centre for the first time since 2010 on the ‘Up And Coming’ Tour, followed by an October 21 in Detroit, MI — Paul’s first appearance at the Joe Louis Arena and his first visit to the Motor City since 2011 on the ‘On The Run’ Tour. Finally, Paul will make his concert debut in Buffalo, NY on October 22 at the First Niagara Center.
From Onwards State, October 16, 2015:
Before tonight’s Paul McCartney show at the Bryce Jordan Center, my father sent me a picture of a bucket list I made when I was nine. The third item on the list read “see a Beatle perform live.” Tonight I realized a dream that I first had when I was nine years old, and Sir Paul did not disappoint.
McCartney, in his first ever show in Central Pennsylvania, showed the Bryce Jordan Center why he is still one of the most sought-after concert acts in the world, even at age 73. The ex-Beatle performed numerous crowd favorites, choosing from a variety of his own songs and songs he wrote and performed with his bands Wings and The Beatles. His fame and talent packed the house at the Bryce Jordan Center, and McCartney did not disappoint. […]
On the night, Paul McCartney was on stage for just under three hours, playing 38 songs and using five different types of instruments (guitar, bass, ukulele, twelve-string guitar, and piano). I was able to realize a childhood dream thanks to the living legend that graced the stage at the Bryce Jordan Center last night. His performance, and his presence as one of the most influential and prolific voices in music, will be remembered in State College, Pennsylvania for a long time to come.
Last updated on February 24, 2021
Bryce Jordan Center
This was the 1st and only concert played at Bryce Jordan Center.
Setlist for the concert