How to secure tickets to Paul McCartney’s Australia tour this October and November

The Beatles star last toured down under in 2017
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Sir Paul McCartney is set to bring his Got Back worldwide tour to Australia this October and November for what is sure to be six sell-out shows in Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane. 

The announcement is a sure cause for excitement for fans of the 81-year-old, many of whom did not think he would tour down under again following his 2017 One on One tour. 

Even that tour was a godsend for fans, given The Beatle’s bassist and vocalist hadn’t toured Australia for a long 24 years prior to that. 

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If the legendary Liverpudlian’s three-hour headline show at Glastonbury in 2022 is anything to go by, fans are in for a treat. 

“I’ve got so many amazing memories of my time in Australia over the years,” Paul himself said in an official statement released by Frontier Touring. 

“Our last trip was so much fun. We had such an incredible time. Each show was a party, so we know this is going to be incredibly special. Australia we are going to rock! I can’t wait to see you!”

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The real challenge of course will be securing the all too elusive tickets for what may be the pop culture icon’s final string of performances in Australia. 

Scroll on for everything you need to know about the upcoming tour…

Paul drew massive crowds for his headliner Glastonbury 2022 performance (Credit: Getty)

Is Paul McCartney going on tour in 2023?

Yes! Paul McCartney is set to perform six shows in South Australia, Victoria, NSW, and Queensland. 

When is Paul McCartney touring Australia?

Wednesday, October 18th: Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide

Saturday, October 21st: Marvel Stadium, Melbourne

Tuesday, October 24th: McDonald Jones Stadium, Newcastle

Friday, October 27th: Allianz Stadium, Sydney

Saturday, October 28th: Allianz Stadium, Sydney 

Wednesday, November 1st: Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

Saturday, November 4th: Heritage Bank Stadium, Gold Coast

The Beatles bassist performed to sell out crowds during his 2017 tour of Australia (Credit: Getty)

When do tickets to Paul McCartney’s Australia tour go on sale?

If you were unable to secure tickets in the Telstra Members Presale or Frontier Members Presale, fear not, you still have another chance at securing tickets!

The General Sale will start on Friday, August 11th at 3pm (local time) until ticket allocations are exhausted. 

Buy tickets for Adelaide, Brisbane, Sydney, and the Gold Coast here. 

Buy tickets for Melbourne and Newcastle here. 

It’s been more than 60 years since ‘Beatle-mania’ swept the globe (Credit: Getty)

How much are tickets to Paul McCartney’s Australia tour?

According to Frontier Touring there are a total of 11 ticket types available, including a variety of VIP Packages. 

A Reserve Seating: $403.00

B Reserve Seating: $303.00

C Reserve Seating: $203.00

D Reserve Seating: $153.00

E Reserve Seating: $103.90

F Reserve Seating: $83.90

For those looking at treating themselves to a VIP Package, the following are available. For full inclusions please visit the Frontier Touring website. 

Premium Hot Sound Package: $2,375.00

Hot Sound Package: $1,795.00

Diamond Package: $990.00

Gold Package: $890.00

Silver Package: 690.00

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