Former Beatles star Paul McCartney to play Liverpool Echo Arena as part of 50th Anniversary of Yesterday.
Paul McCartney is to play Liverpool Echo Arena on May 28 as part of a mini tour marking his first UK live dates for three years, as reported by the Telegraph.
The former Beatle will play London’s O2, Birmingham and Liverpool in May as part of his European tour.
The O2 show will take place 50 years after he finished writing his classic track Yesterday.
The song which was originally released on the 1965 album Help, is reported to have come to Sir Paul in a dream and was originally known as Scrambled Eggs.
Tickets go on sale on Monday March 9, 10am and it’s his first UK concert since Royal Albert Hall in 2012.
McCartney said: “The song is, and always has been, an important part of my live show. It’s always very emotional for me to hear crowds singing it so loudly at my concerts and I am looking forward to singing it along with the audience in May.”
The set will include tracks from throughout his career including tracks from 2013’s New.
More details are set to be released via McCartney’s website but in the meantime enjoy this timeless classic.
Tickets go on sale Monday 9th March at 10am. Tickets from: £71.50 (including booking fees). Orders subject to £2.25 handling fees
The full tour:
Saturday May 23rd – The O2, London, Great Britain
Wednesday May 27th – Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham, Great Britain
Thursday May 28th – Echo Arena, Liverpool, Great Britain
Friday 5th June – Nouveau Stade Velodrome, Marseille, France
Sunday 7th June – ZiggoDome, Amsterdam, Holland
Thursday 11th June – Stade De France, Paris, France
Saturday 4th July – Roskilde Festival, Denmark
Tuesday 7th July – Telenor Arena, Oslo, Norway
Thursday 9th July – Tele2 Arena, Stockholm, Sweden