Paul McCartney Plots 2020 Stops In Europe

Paul McCartney in Paris
– Paul McCartney in Paris
The icon played the French capital
Let him roll it – the tour that is. Paul McCartney‘s “Freshen Up Tour” will roll on into the summer of 2020, as he has added a mix of stadiums, arenas and a festival play in four European countries.
The big winner on this tour is France, which gets four nights of Macca. He is also hitting the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. The full routing is pasted below.
23rd May – Pierre Mauroy Stadium, Lille, France                 
26th May – Paris La Défense Arena, Paris, France
29th May – Goffert Park, Nijmegen, Netherlands
4th June – HDI Arena, Hannover, Germany
31st May – Stadium Matmut, Bordeaux, France
21st June – TW Classic Festival, Werchter, Belgium
7th June – Groupama Stadium, Lyon, France
Tickets to the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium go on sale to the general public Nov. 29. Tickets to the French shows go on sale are available to the general public Dec. 4. 
Sir Paul McCartney was recently named No. 7 on Pollstar’s Top Touring Artists of the Decade list. Barrie Marshall of Marshall Arts told Pollstar: “I’ve had the honour of sharing three decades with Paul McCartney – each one memorable and special.”
“Paul’s legendary catalogue of amazing music, his boundless energy and utter commitment to always give the best performance possible – and always remembering to play what people want to hear – makes every concert fresh and inspiring.”
It was also announced earlier this month that McCartney will headline the 50th anniversary edition of Glastonbury