Paul McCartney Plots More U.S. 'Out There' Tour Dates

Singer continues to hit the road on long-running tour

Paul McCartney announced the first 2015 U.S. arena show of his Out There Tour. Credit: Kevin Mazur/WireImage/Getty

UPDATE: Paul McCartney has unveiled the first five new Out There tour dates, listed below. Check the singer's official website for more info.

Even after nearly 60 years as an active musician, Paul McCartney is still one of the most prolific touring artists. The former Beatle just announced his first U.S. arena date of 2015: Philadelphia's Wells Fargo Center on June 21st. It will be his first show in the city since 2010.

McCartney, who is currently touring Japan and South Korea, played 32 dates on the Out There tour across South, Central and North America last year. Though the Philly spot is his first arena date of 2015, the artist has confirmed two festival appearances: Firefly on June 19th and Lollapalooza on July 31st.

McCartney has kept busy since the release of his 2013 album New. The music veteran has found a new collaborator in Kanye West and has appeared on three of the rapper's latest singles, "Only One," "All Day" and "FourFiveSeconds." McCartney, West and Rihanna debuted their first live performance of "FourFiveSeconds" at this year's Grammy Awards. A week later, McCartney surprised fans with an intimate Valentine's Day show at New York City club Irving Plaza.

Last week, the musician inducted fellow Beatle Ringo Starr into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. "It's about fucking time, man!" McCartney said after the ceremony where he and Starr performed together. "That's what my daughter said a few years back. It's great. It's the completion. Now the four of us are in as a band, and as individuals. It would have been a shame if he hadn't been in, right?"

Tickets for the Wells Fargo Center show will go on sale May 1st at noon local time.

Paul McCartney Tour Dates:

October 13 - Columbus, Ohio @ Nationwide Arena
October 15 - State College, Pennsylvania @ Bryce Jordan Center
October 17 - Toronto, Canada @ Air Canada Centre
October 21 - Detroit, Michigan @ Joe Louis Arena
October 22 - Buffalo, New York @ First Niagara Center