Paul McCartney will be performing at the US Bank Arena in Cincinnati Ohio on July 10, 2016 as well as the Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia Pennsylvania on July 12, 2016. TicketProcess.com has a surplus of tickets available to the public for both shows.
Paul McCartney is an English singer-songwriter that gained fame and is most known for his role in the English band the Beatles. McCartney pursued a solo career after the band broke up and has been recognized as one of the most successful composers and performers of all time. He has written and co-written 32 songs that have reached number one status on the Billboard Hot 100 and has won 21 Grammy Awards as well as became a two-time inductee into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
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