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Paul McCartney returns to Argentina: when, where and how to get tickets

Paul McCartney returns to Argentina: when, where and how to get tickets

The former Beatle will return to Argentina in 2024, with shows in Buenos Aires and Córdoba, to present the “Got Back Tour.”

Fulfilling the promise made during his last show in the country in 2019, Paul MCCARTNEY will return to Argentina in 2024, with shows in Buenos Aires and Córdoba, to present “Got Back Tour”with a production by DF Entertainment and DG Experience.

Unquestionably one of the most successful singers, songwriters and performers of all time, McCartney is behind one of the most beloved musical catalogs. With songs like ‘Hey Jude’, ‘Live and Let Die’, ‘Band on the Run’, ‘Let It Be’ and many more, living the experience of seeing Paul McCartney live is everything any music lover could want for a rock concert: hours of the best moments from the last 60 years of music, dozens of songs from his repertoire such as soloist, as well as his project wings and, of course, of the Beatlesthe soundtrack of many people’s lives.

October 5 will mark McCarney’s return to Buenos Aires, after 5 years of waiting; while his return to Córdoba on October 23 will take place 8 years after the musician’s last performance. Paul played his first solo show in Argentina in 1993 and has played eight shows since then.

How to get tickets for Paul McCartney in Argentina

Tickets to see the Got Back Tour in Argentina will be available from Wednesday, June 12 at 10:00 a.m., only from the All Access official websitewith exclusive pre-sale for Santander American Express customers for 48 hours or until stock lasts, whichever comes first.

Once the pre-sale is sold out, the general sale will then begin with all payment methods. Santander Amex customers will be able to pay in up to 6 interest-free installments.

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Paul McCartney launched “Got Back Tour” in 2022, with 16 big shows in the United States, before giving the best concert in history – according to the British media The Times – at Glastonbury, that same year. Then Paul added 18 shows to the tour, with which he toured Australia, Mexico and Brazil.

The production of the Buenos Aires show is by DF Entertainment and DG Experience. The production of Córdoba is by DF Entertainment and En Vivo Producciones.

Source: Ambito

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