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Paul McCartney announces 2024 South American tour dates

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Paul McCartney has announced a handful of tour dates in South America later this year – check out the full list of dates below.

Last night (June 10), McCartney took to his website to share five live dates in South America, all take place in October. The trek will kick off in Uruguay on October 1, before he performs in Argentina on October 5 and Chile on October 11. After a short break, Macca will return to Argentina for an October 23 show before he ends his tour in Peru on October 27.

01 – Estadio Centenario – Montevideo, Uruguay
05 – River Plate Stadium – Bueno Aires, Argentina
11 – Estadio Monumental – Santiago, Chile
23 – Mario Alberto Kempes – Córdoba, Argentina
27 – Estadio Nacional – Lima, Peru

Pre-sale codes are available at staggered dates between now and June 27. General tickets will be available between June 14 and June 21 at staggered dates via Paul McCartney’s official website.

In other Macca news, it was reported in April that Paul McCartney & Wings are set to release their 1974 live studio album ‘One Hand Clapping’ for the first time later this week.

Paul McCartney performs on The Pyramid Stage during day four of Glastonbury Festival at Worthy Farm, Pilton on June 25, 2022 in Glastonbury, England. (Photo by Harry Durrant/Getty Images)

In May, he was confirmed as the first billionaire musician in the UK, with his net worth skyrocketing over the past year. In the listing, he is said to have a net worth of £1billion – a figure which has grown significantly over the past 12 months.

In the past year, The Sunday Times reports, the 81-year-old music icon boosted his wealth by £50million. This will have been aided by his time touring across 2023 and the lucrative value of his lengthy discography.

It will also have been aided no doubt by the release of ‘Now And Then’ – the “final” song by The Beatles to feature all four members, which was shared in November – and the re-release of their 1970 documentary Let It Be.

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