Paul McCartney Arrives In Japan for Four Concerts

Having the live experience of The Paul McCartney music is a dream of every pop music lover. The person we’re talking about is nearly a legend in the music industry. He gained his fame through the famous rock band Beatles. Paul McCartney was the bass guitarist and singer for the band. The Band is one of the most significant pop music group in music history.

After the group’s disbandment in 1970, Paul did not give up on music and continued singing forming a brand new band with his wife, Linda and Denny Laine namely the Wings.

Paul McCartney is scheduled to perform in 4 concerts in Japan and he arrived at the destination this Monday on his private jet at 7 PM with his wife at Haneda Airport, Tokyo. This records his 7th tour to Japan. More than 500 fans were there to welcome him.

This trip will witness Paul visiting Nagoya for the very first time. He last performed in Japan merely 18 months ago. The tour is a part of his promotional world tour namely “Freshen Up” for his newest album “Egypt Station” recently released in September 2018.

This year he will be returning to Tokyo Dome for two of his concerts on 31st Oct and 1st November. Furthermore, he will perform at Ryogoku Kokugikan on 5th November and at last at Nagoya Dome on 8th November.

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The concerts consist of Paul’s legendary songs from last 50 years of his music career including tons of his solos and of course famous songs from his bands “Wings” & “the Beatles” sequences.

Here’s what McCartney had to say after the dates were announced for Japan Concerts:

“I love Japan. We’ve always had such a great time there and the audiences are just incredible. We can’t wait to get back! It’s always fun to visit new places too and helps to keep things fresh and exciting. Tokyo and Nagoya we are going to rock out and party with you soon.”

The concerts are expected to be filled with more than 135,000 fans from all over Japan.

Concert Details:

Doors to the domes will open at 4:30 PM and the show starts at 6:30 PM. The Paul McCartney Concert Tickets are available at