“Should I buy McCartney tickets? Can I save up enough? Is $250 worth it?” Let me make the choice easy for you. If you haven’t bought tickets for Paul McCartney’s upcoming shows yet, stop thinking about it. Tickets for the first eight shows went on sale this morning, are either sold out or are expected to be sold out by the day’s end.
All 15,000 tickets for the Toronto concert on April 13, the first to go on sale, completely sold out in 30 minutes.
“Maccamania is here again,” a spokesman for the American promoters, Clearchannel, told Reuters. “We knew the gigs would be hot but this demand is boiling.”
The opening show in Oakland and a show in San Jose go on sale tomorrow, while shows in Rutherford, New York and Detroit go on sale Monday.