Out There (tour)

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Out There
Paul McCartney Out There.png
Tour by Paul McCartney
Associated album New
Start date 4 May 2013 (2013-05-04)
End date 31 July 2015 (2015-07-31)
Legs 13
Shows
  • 45 in North America
  • 14 in Europe
  • 13 in South America
  • 12 in Asia
  • 1 in Central America
  • 85 total
Box office $172.4 million
Paul McCartney concert chronology
  • Out There
  • (2013–15)

Out There is an ongoing concert tour by English singer-songwriter Paul McCartney. Following the announcements that McCartney would play at Warsaw's National Stadium,[1] Verona's Roman Amphitheatre,[2] and Vienna's Happel Stadium in June 2013,[3] for the first time since 2003's Back in the World tour.[3] McCartney played in Belo Horizonte, Goiânia and Fortaleza, all in Brazil his first time playing in all three cities)[4]  and in Japan for the first time since the Driving World Tour back in 2002.

Background[edit]

The first official show announced for this tour was the Warsaw show. In this announcement, a statement stated that the "Out There! Tour" will "see McCartney and his band travel the world throughout the year, even visiting some places they've never been before."[1] At the press conference for the Brazilian shows, the manager of the Brazilian leg explained that the "Out There! Tour" will feature a new lighting rig, a platform to carry McCartney into the audience, and new songs into McCartney's live repertoire.[5] The tour's announcement was taken at an unusual pace. Rather than announcing the full tour in bulk, each show was announced individually at different dates and times. This gave each venue an opportunity to be exposed in the spotlight. The production was teased in rehearsal photos leaked online, and later released on McCartney's website before the first show in Brazil. These photos displayed elements of the production including a scissor-lift platform that carried McCartney six metres (20 feet) into the air, and the use of laser lights. The first show revealed new video graphics and a stage floor consisting of illuminated LED panels.

In South America[edit]

McCartney being swarmed with Grasshoppers in Goiania.

After much success in Latin America during the Up and Coming and On The Run tours, a petition was started in the town of Belo Horizonte for McCartney to perform in the city. An announcement from PaulMcCartney.com listed three Brazilian shows to begin his 2013 tour.[4] The tour started on 4 May 2013 in Belo Horizonte, Brazil and continued to Goiania and Fortaleza. This marked his first time performing in all three cities. McCartney was greeted on arrival with billboards across the town of Belo Horizonte welcoming him to the city. Fans were camped outside of the stadium for days to earn a good spot for his show.

On the first night of the tour, McCartney played several Beatles' songs live for the first time: "Eight Days a Week", "Your Mother Should Know", "All Together Now", "Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!" and "Lovely Rita".[6] This show was performed to a sold out crowd of 55,000 fans.[7] As a sign of appreciation during "Hey Jude", fans held up signs that read "Thank You" to McCartney after responding to their petition.

At the next show in Goiania, the stage was swarmed with grasshoppers.[8] The Esperanca Grilo, which translates to the Hope Grasshopper, swarmed the stage, equipment, and even the band and crew during the show. McCartney even made notation of the grasshoppers during "Hey Jude," as he sang the line "The movement you need is on your shoulder," turning to his shoulder, singing to the grasshoppers.

Nearly four months after the last show in Japan, McCartney decided to extend the tour during 2014, by announcing a new South American leg, which will start in Montevideo, Uruguay, travelling then to Santiago, Chile,[9] to continue after with a show in Lima, Peru,[10] and another in Quito, Ecuador, this being McCartney's first ever show in the country.[11]

In Europe and Central America[edit]

The announcement of the first show of the tour came on 20 March 2013. With the headline "Paul McCartney Is Getting 'Out There!'" a performance was listed for Warsaw, Poland at the Stadion Narodowy.[1] This performance on 22 June 2013 marked McCartney's first ever performance in the country of Poland. In the hours following this announcement, a second European show for Vienna, Austria was listed for 27 June 2013.[3] This concert at the Ernst Happel Stadion was his fourth ever concert in Vienna and his first since 2003 during the Back in the World tour. A third European show for 2013 was announced on 26 March 2013, to take place at the Arena di Verona in Verona, Italy for his first Verona performance.[2]

Within the announcements of the extension of the tour during 2014, on 13 March, McCartney announced his first ever concert in Costa Rica.[12]

In North America[edit]

McCartney commanding a sea of fans at Bonnaroo 2013.

McCartney's first live information for 2013 was announced on 19 February 2013. In a special webcast announcing the 2013 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, McCartney was confirmed as a headliner of the festival in Manchester, Tennessee.[13] McCartney's specific date and set time was announced 1 May 2013. McCartney took the stage for this performance on 14 June 2013, with a two and a half hour set. Following the announcements of shows in Europe and South America, and Bonnaroo, a show for Boston's Fenway Park was announced for 9 July 2013.[14] This was his first show at Fenway Park since two performances there in 2009. Following the Boston date were shows in Austin, Texas at the Frank Erwin Center for McCartney's Austin debut, Washington, DC for his first performance at Nationals Park, a return to the BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma.[15][16] Shortly after the previous announcements came the confirmation of his first performances in Memphis, Tennessee and Orlando, Florida since his 1993 New World Tour, at the FedExForum and Amway Center respectively.[17][18] A performance for Seattle's Safeco Field was added to the tour, marking the first major performance at the park.[19]

McCartney also played at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Indiana on 14 July 2013.[20] Due to popular demand, a second show was booked for Orlando, Austin, and Tulsa. A much rumoured show at Miller Park in Milwaukee was confirmed on 15 April 2013.[21] This 16 July performance was his first show in Milwaukee since 2005, and his first concert at Miller Park. In a video released on 16 April 2013 by the Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival, McCartney was named as a headliner of the festival.[22] It was later announced on 24 June that McCartney would headline on Friday, 9 August 2013. This will be his first performance in California since his 2010 performance at AT&T Park in San Francisco.

On 18 April 2013, it was announced that McCartney would take the stage for the first time at the Barclays Center in New York City on 8 and 10 June for a return to New York since his highly successful Yankee Stadium shows in 2011 and the 12-12-12: The Concert for Sandy Relief appearance.[23] With mostly American dates announced, in mid April, McCartney announced his first Canadian dates of 2013. Shows at the Investors Group Field in Winnipeg, Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field in Regina, and the Scotiabank Place (to be renamed "Canadian Tire Centre" days prior to the show) in Ottawa were all announced on 22 April 2013, just hours apart from each other.[24] This is to be McCartney's first performances in Ottawa and Regina, and a return to Winnipeg since 1993. On 25 April 2013, McCartney announced a return to the Plains of Abraham in Quebec City from his concert celebrating the city's 400th anniversary.[25] The show was played on 23 July 2013.

Many shows on the tour had anomalies from the average stage show, making them highlights. The first show in Orlando featured "Hope of Deliverance" in the set which was played in the prior Brazil leg of the tour. This was the only time the song was performed in North America this year as it was usually replaced by either "I've Just Seen a Face" or "Things We Said Today" for the remainder of the tour. The second night in Orlando saw the tour debut of "I Saw Her Standing There" in place of "Get Back". These two songs would usually alternate between shows. At Bonnaroo, which was the largest attendance crowd on the tour, McCartney performed "Midnight Special" because of lyrics referring to nearby Nashville. The show in Ottawa brought the tour debuts of the songs "Michelle" and "Mull of Kintyre" to the setlist. "Mull of Kintyre" was performed with the full Ottawa Police Service Pipe Band. In Seattle, McCartney brought onstage the remaining members of Nirvana – Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic, plus their touring musician Pat Smear – to perform their collaborative effort "Cut Me Some Slack" from Grohl's movie Sound City. The three continued onstage with McCartney and the band to finish the encore, which included the first performance of "Long Tall Sally" since 1986.[26] "Birthday" was performed for the first time on the tour at the Plains of Abraham show, which also featured "Michelle". At Outside Lands, McCartney replaced "All My Loving" with "Magical Mystery Tour" early in the show. He also performed "San Francisco Bay Blues" and dedicated that song to both "Shelly" and the city of San Francisco. During the encore, McCartney brought the Kronos Quartet, who had already performed with The National earlier in the day, onstage with him and Wickens to perform "Yesterday". "Mull of Kintyre" at the next show in Winnipeg was performed with the City of Winnipeg Police Pipe Band. In Regina, SK, the City of Regina Pipe Band joined McCartney for this number.

McCartney entered 2014 with more access to his fans via the social media app Instagram. After already having used this app to announce and promote shows in Asia and Latin America, McCartney used the app as one of his main ways of announcing shows. He would often post when a series of dates were announced, putting a hashtag (#) with each city he would play. The first announcement appeared on Instagram as well as several other social media outlets on 8 April. The cities were New Orleans, Louisville, Albany, and Pittsburgh at the Smoothie King Center, Yum! Center, Times Union Center, and the Consol Energy Center respectively.[27] McCartney visited Louisville and Albany for the first time, and returning to New Orleans for the first time since 2002, and Pittsburgh since 2010. Another announcement came on 16 April which reported McCartney's first show in Lubbock at the United Supermarkets Arena in homage to his boyhood idol Buddy Holly, his return to Dallas and Atlanta since 2009 at the American Airlines Center and the Philips Arena respectively, his first full headlining show in Jacksonville at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena having only played during the Super Bowl XXXIX halftime in 2005 and the Beatles only Floridian concert in 1964, and McCartney's return to the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, and the EnergySolutions Arena in Salt Lake City from his visits during his 2010 Up and Coming Tour.[28] Midwestern United States shows were announced on 21 April at the United Center in Chicago after a couple of shows at the historic Wrigley Field in 2011, McCartney's first appearance in Fargo and Lincoln at the Fargodome and Pinnacle Bank Arena respectively, a return to the Sprint Center in Kansas City from 2010, and a concert at Target Field in Minneapolis for McCartney's first Twin Cities show since 2005.[29] This was followed by his first-ever appearance in Missoula, Montana, announced on 28 April along with a concert date in Phoenix, where he had previously performed in 2010.[30] A historic return and final concert for McCartney at Candlestick Park in San Francisco was announced on 24 April after months of rumours and even a pledge from the mayor of San Francisco himself. McCartney performed in San Francisco last exactly a year and a day prior to the Candlestick Park date, at the Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival in 2013. This is a notable venue seeing as it held the final official Beatles concert in history. An announcement for a show at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles came a day later. This will be another historic concert as the Beatles played their second to final official concert at the stadium in 1966, the day before the Candlestick Park farewell. It will be the first McCartney event in Southern California since the duo of shows at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles during the 2010 Up and Coming tour.[31] After the cancellation of the entire 2014 Asian leg of the tour, McCartney later postponed all June 2014 shows to October of that year.[32]

On 25 February 2015, Paul McCartney.com confirmed the rumours that McCartney would headline the Firefly Music Festival on Friday June 19, 2015. The website then said "Keep checking for further announcements", implying more US dates for 2015.

Paul McCartney announced his first US date for 2015 on 24 April. The show will be performed at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia on 21 June. This is Paul's first trip to Philadelphia since his Up and Coming Tour on 14 and 15 August 2010. On April 28, 2015 South Carolina governor Nikki Haley announced that Paul McCartney was coming to Columbia, SC.[33] On June 25, 2015 during his stop in Columbia, SC Paul dedicated "The Long and Winding Road" to the ones who died in the Charleston, SC church shooting. He then dedicated "Maybe I'm Amazed" to his late wife Linda McCartney.[34]

In Asia[edit]

Almost exactly 11 years to the day since McCartney last embarked on a run of shows in Japan during the Driving World Tour, November 2013 saw him bring his Out There! Tour to Japan to play six shows in Osaka, Fukuoka and Tokyo.[35] The news was announced on 16 July 2013 on his official website. The first date will take place in Osaka on 11 November and the tour will continue on the Fukuoka Dome on 15 November. A run of shows at the Tokyo Dome followed, taking place on 18, 19, 21 November. On 26 March 2014, McCartney announced three new shows in Japan, playing this time in stadiums on the same cities, adding later his first show ever in Seoul, South Korea, but when arriving to Japan, he came down with a virus that forced him to postpone, and then cancel all the Asian leg shows.

In 2015, the cancelled Asian leg shows were re-scheduled. The first show was held in Osaka on 21 April 2015. At the Tokyo Dome, there were three shows on 23, 25, 27 April. On 28 April, the show continued on the Budokan, where the Beatles held their concert in 1966.

On 28 April 2015 at the Nippon Budokan, Tokyo, Japan, Paul McCartney performed live "Another Girl" (the fifth song from The Beatles' Help! album) for the first time ever by a Beatle.[36][37][38] At the same show, he performed live the song "Dance Tonight" for the first time since 2012.[39]

On 2 May 2015 at the Seoul Olympic Stadium, South Korea, accompanying himself with his Hofner bass guitar, Paul McCartney played and sang with the audience a reprise of "Hey Jude" for the first time ever.[40]

Set list[edit]

  1. "Eight Days a Week" or "Magical Mystery Tour"
  2. "Junior's Farm"+ or "Save Us"++
  3. "All My Loving" or "Can't Buy Me Love" or "Got to Get You Into My Life"
  4. "Listen to What the Man Said"
  5. "Temporary Secretary"+++++
  6. "Let Me Roll It"/"Foxy Lady"
  7. "Paperback Writer"
  8. "My Valentine"
  9. "Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five"
  10. "The Long and Winding Road"
  11. "Maybe I'm Amazed"
  12. "I've Just Seen a Face"
  13. "We Can Work It Out"
  14. "Another Day"
  15. "Hope for The Future"+++
  16. "And I Love Her"
  17. "Blackbird"
  18. "Here Today"
  19. "Your Mother Should Know"+
  20. "New"++
  21. "Queenie Eye"++
  22. "Lady Madonna"
  23. "All Together Now"
  24. "Lovely Rita"
  25. "Mrs. Vandebilt"+
  26. "Eleanor Rigby"
  27. "Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!"
  28. "Something"
  29. "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da"
  30. "Band on the Run"
  31. "Back in the U.S.S.R."
  32. "Let It Be"
  33. "Live and Let Die"
  34. "Hey Jude"
    • Encore 1
  35. "Day Tripper" or "Another Girl"++++
  36. "Hi, Hi, Hi"
  37. "Get Back" or "I Saw Her Standing There"
    • Encore 2
  38. "Yesterday"
  39. "Helter Skelter"
  40. "Golden Slumbers"/"Carry That Weight"/"The End"

+Performed before the release of New

++Performed since the release of New

+++Performed in 2015

++++Performed since the Budokan show

+++++Performed since 2015 European leg

Shows[edit]

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, tickets sold, amount of available tickets and gross revenue
Date City Country Venue Attendance Revenue
South America[41][42]
4 May 2013 Belo Horizonte Brazil Estádio Mineirão 51,621 / 51,621 $6,290,700
6 May 2013 Goiânia Estádio Serra Dourada 42,514 / 42,514 $4,214,890
9 May 2013 Fortaleza Estádio Castelão 48,668 / 48,668 $5,436,730
North America[41][43]
18 May 2013 Orlando United States Amway Center 26,261 / 26,775 $3,798,540
19 May 2013
22 May 2013 Austin Frank Erwin Center 25,487 / 25,840 $3,890,013
23 May 2013
26 May 2013 Memphis FedExForum 13,562 / 13,562 $2,012,584
29 May 2013 Tulsa BOK Center 26,827 / 26,827 $3,382,796
30 May 2013
8 June 2013 New York City Barclays Center 29,898 / 29,898 $5,189,250
10 June 2013
14 June 2013 Manchester Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival Unknown Unknown
Europe[41]
22 June 2013 Warsaw Poland Stadion Narodowy Unknown Unknown
25 June 2013 Verona Italy Roman Amphitheatre
27 June 2013 Vienna Austria Ernst Happel Stadion
North America[41][44]
7 July 2013 Ottawa Canada Scotiabank Place 14,379 / 14,388 $2,068,790
9 July 2013 Boston United States Fenway Park 36,278 / 36,393 $5,211,572
12 July 2013 Washington, D.C. Nationals Park 39,515 / 39,515 $4,452,036
14 July 2013 Indianapolis Bankers Life Fieldhouse 14,784 / 14,784 $1,885,141
16 July 2013 Milwaukee Miller Park 43,747 / 43,747 $4,114,943
19 July 2013 Seattle Safeco Field 45,229 / 45,229 $4,525,200
23 July 2013 Quebec City Canada Plains of Abraham Unknown Unknown
9 August 2013 San Francisco United States Outside Lands Festival
12 August 2013 Winnipeg Canada Investors Group Field 30,149 / 30,149 $4,079,490
14 August 2013 Regina Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field 38,750 / 38,750 $4,553,590
Asia[41][45]
11 November 2013 Osaka Japan Kyocera Dome 71,320 / 74,974 $11,611,700
12 November 2013
15 November 2013 Fukuoka Yafuoku! Dome 34,525 / 34,525 $5,593,970
18 November 2013 Tokyo Tokyo Dome 146,845 / 146,845 $23,493,800
19 November 2013
21 November 2013
South America[41][46]
19 April 2014 Montevideo Uruguay Estadio Centenario Unknown Unknown
22 April 2014 Santiago Chile Movistar Arena
23 April 2014[a]
25 April 2014 Lima Peru Estadio Nacional 20,481 / 41,466 $2,776,690
28 April 2014 Quito Ecuador Estadio de Liga Unknown Unknown
Central America[48]
1 May 2014 San José Costa Rica Estadio Nacional 27,001 / 35,228 $2,477,140
North America[49]
5 July 2014 Albany United States Times Union Center 13,044 / 13,044 $2,110,984
7 July 2014 Pittsburgh Consol Energy Center 15,003 / 15,003 $2,247,429
9 July 2014 Chicago United Center 15,776 / 15,776 $2,551,520
12 July 2014 Fargo Fargodome 18,220 / 18,220 $2,247,472
14 July 2014 Lincoln Pinnacle Bank Arena 13,983 / 13,983 $2,178,832
16 July 2014 Kansas City Sprint Center 14,421 / 14,421 $2,314,540
2 August 2014 Minneapolis Target Field 43,143 / 43,143 $4,949,623
5 August 2014 Missoula Washington–Grizzly Stadium 25,192 / 25,192 $3,775,111
7 August 2014 Salt Lake City EnergySolutions Arena 15,064 / 15,064 $2,001,260
10 August 2014 Los Angeles Dodger Stadium 52,605 / 52,605 $5,211,134
12 August 2014 Phoenix US Airways Center 14,035 / 14,035 $2,143,968
14 August 2014 San Francisco Candlestick Park 53,477 / 53,477 $7,023,107
28 September 2014 San Diego Petco Park 45,352 / 45,352 $4,968,567
2 October 2014[b] Lubbock United Supermarkets Arena 11,446 / 11,446 $1,820,456
11 October 2014[c] New Orleans The Smoothie King Center 14,931 / 14,931 $2,178,726
13 October 2014[d] Dallas American Airlines Center 14,916 / 14,916 $2,302,579
15 October 2014[e] Atlanta Philips Arena 13,044 / 13,044 $2,016,129
16 October 2014[f] Nashville Bridgestone Arena 14,832 / 14,832 $2,320,689
25 October 2014[g] Jacksonville Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena 12,398 / 12,398 $2,042,584
28 October 2014[h] Louisville KFC Yum! Center 17,611 / 17,611 $2,533,185
30 October 2014 Greensboro Greensboro Coliseum 15,992 / 15,992 $2,352,299
South America
10 November 2014 Cariacica Brazil Estádio Kléber Andrade Unknown Unknown
12 November 2014 Rio de Janeiro HSBC Arena
23 November 2014 Brasilia Estádio Nacional de Brasília
25 November 2014 São Paulo Allianz Parque
26 November 2014
Asia[50]
21 April 2015 Osaka Japan Kyocera Dome N/A N/A
23 April 2015 Tokyo Tokyo Dome
25 April 2015
27 April 2015
28 April 2015 Nippon Budokan
2 May 2015 Seoul South Korea Seoul Olympic Stadium
Europe[51][52]
23 May 2015 London England The O2 31,146 / 31,422 $4,002,240
24 May 2015
27 May 2015 Birmingham Barclaycard Arena N/A N/A
28 May 2015 Liverpool Echo Arena Liverpool
5 June 2015 Marseille France Nouveau Stade Velodrome
7 June 2015 Amsterdam Netherlands Ziggo Dome
8 June 2015
11 June 2015 Paris France Stade de France
North America[53]
19 June 2015 Dover United States Firefly Music Festival N/A N/A
21 June 2015 Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center
23 June 2015 Charlottesville John Paul Jones Arena
25 June 2015 Columbia Colonial Life Arena
Europe[51]
4 July 2015 Roskilde Denmark Roskilde Festival N/A N/A
7 July 2015 Oslo Norway Telenor Arena
9 July 2015 Stockholm Sweden Tele2 Arena
North America[54]
31 July 2015 Chicago United States Lollapalooza N/A N/A
Total 1,313,572 / 1,347,605 $176,351,999

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The 23 April 2014 concert in Santiago, Chile at the Movistar Arena was originally planned to take place on April 21 but was rescheduled due to delayed flight carrying technical equipment.[47]
  2. ^ The 2 October 2014 concert in Lubbock, Texas at the United Supermarkets Arena was originally planned to take place on June 14 but was rescheduled due to illness.[32]
  3. ^ The 11 October 2014 concert in New Orleans at The Smoothie King Center was originally planned to take place on June 19 but was rescheduled due to illness.[32]
  4. ^ The 13 October 2014 concert in Dallas, Texas at the American Airlines Center was originally planned to take place on June 16 but was rescheduled due to illness.[32]
  5. ^ The 15 October 2014 concert in Atlanta, Georgia at the American Philips Arena was originally planned to take place on June 21 but was rescheduled due to illness.[32]
  6. ^ The 16 October 2014 concert in Nashville, Tennessee at the Bridgestone Arena was originally planned to take place on June 25 but was rescheduled due to illness.[32]
  7. ^ The 25 October 2014 concert in Jacksonville, Florida at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena was originally planned to take place on June 22 but was rescheduled due to illness.[32]
  8. ^ The 28 October 2014 concert in Louisville, Kentucky at the KFC Yum! Center was originally planned to take place on June 26 but was rescheduled due to illness.[32]

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