Macca’s Coming Bacca!

McCartney Returns to U.S. for More Concerts
Paul McCartney, whose first U.S. tour in nine years was the top-grossing road show in the first half, will return in September for 22 shows, his publicist said on Tuesday.
The former Beatle, who turned 60 last month, will kick off his “Back in the USA” tour of indoor arenas in Milwaukee on Sept. 21. The tour will end Oct. 29 in Phoenix.
He will mostly play markets he did not play the first time around, although he will return to Chicago, Cleveland, Boston, Las Vegas and the California cities of Los Angeles, San Jose and Anaheim.
The first leg of the tour, during which McCartney played to 407,000 people over 22 shows, grossed $52.8 million, according to concert trade publication Pollstar.
McCartney will compete for the same graying demographic as the Rolling Stones, who begin their North American tour in September. Fellow “British Invasion” rockers the Who began their tour earlier this month.