Paul McCartney has been traveling the world for his “One on One Tour” for as long as we can remember, and the legendary artist isn’t stopping anytime soon, as Sir Paul has added a number of new dates to the tour.
With new dates in Chicago, New York, Detroit, Tampa Bay and more (and with new dates still rolling in), fans across the U.S. will have the opportunity for some one-on-one time with The Beatles’ frontman. Tickets for the new dates will go on sale for the general public on Friday, May 5th at 10AM (local time).
Check out the new dates for the “One on One Tour” below and stay tuned as new dates are still being added.
Less than a month removed from 2016, we have compiled our list of our favorite concert tours from the past year, before we drop our list of our “Most Anticipated Tours of 2017”. And from huge grossing tours like Beyonce’s Formation Tour, Drake & Future’s record breaking Summer Sixteen Tour and of course Kanye’s Saint Pablo Tour, to some of the more (but equally entertaining) B-side tours, 2016 was a great year for live music.
Hit the jump and check out our list of our 10 Favorite Concert Tours of 2016!
Yesterday marked the ninth night ofSummerfest‘s 49th Anniversary celebration. Unlike many other premiere music festivals, Milwaukee’s lakeside festival, Summerfest, brings an especially diverse list of performers to Wisconsin every year. Tonight the World’s Largest Music Festival had some big names in music, including Sir Paul McCartney, Common, Elle King, Young The Giant & more.
Check out our Summerfest Day 9 photos below and peep our Day 8 Summerfest photos here!
Summerfest‘s awesome 2016 lineup just got that much bigger, and with the addition of just one name. Bringing his “One On One” tour to Summerfest’s Marcus Amphitheatre, Sir Paul McCartney will travel to the Milwaukee festival on July 8th. Tickets for The Beatles frontman’s forthcoming performance go on sale Friday, April 15th at 10:00 AM and include Summerfest admission. For someone as big as Paul McCartney, the Amphitheatre might as well be considered an intimate show for McCartney, so definitely get your tickets fast before they are all sold out.
Check out our photos from McCartney’s Lollapalooza set in 2015 below.
In 2014 our Editor-in-Chief and lead photographer Dan Garcia teamed up with Pigeons & Planes to cover Lollapalooza, live at Chicago’s Grant Park. Returning to the festival the next year, Garcia got to witness some of the best moments from the premiere festival in the past couple years. Returning to Grant Park this year, Lollapalooza is expanding the festival to include a fourth date for its 25th Anniversary, and many expect festival organizers to release its best lineup yet by the end of the month. So to celebrate Lolla’s 25th Anniversary and built up anticipation until it’s forthcoming lineup is announced, we are sharing some of our favorite moments and photos from Lollapalooza since our publication’s inception.
Kicking off next month, Sir Paul McCartney will hit the road once again, this time for his forthcoming “One on One” tour. With a new redesigned set and surely the same legendary performances that have made Paul one of the best live acts in music, like the ones before it, this tour will not be one to miss. So far a few of the tour dates have been announced, including stops in Fresno, Seattle, Vancouver and more, with additional dates soon to come.
See if Sir Paul is coming to a city near you below, and stay tuned as additional dates are announced.
This month we wrapped up our second straight year at Lollapalooza. And while we already shared some of our favorite moments from the Windy City festival, we wanted to share more photos of some of our favorite performers at Lolla this year. In total we saw a number of great performances from The Weeknd, Sam Smith, Metallica, Kid Cudi, Paul McCartney, A$AP Rocky, Tyler The Creator, Father John Misty and Marina and the Diamonds, just to name a few.
Check out our sixth Lollapalooza Photo Series piece of Sir Paul McCartney’s performance.
We just got back from Lollapalooza 2015 and our second year at Chicago’s premiere music festival was as great as the first! Although a storm brought a brief evacuation to the Windy City festival, no performances where cancelled and fans saw some great sets from Sam Smith, Paul McCartney, The Weeknd, Metallica, A$AP Rocky, Travis Scott (before he was arrested), Logic, Tyler the Creator, Marina and the Diamonds, George Ezra, and many many more.
Here at The Early Registration we like to pride ourselves on our music knowledge. To stay polished on our musical expertise, our new feature is a little game of musical “6 Degrees”. For those who are unfamiliar, six degrees of separation is the theory that everyone in the world is connected by six or fewer steps, so we are now taking the liberty of connecting musicians whom you would never think could be connected, in exactly six steps. This week our 6˚ piece is dedicated to Lollapalooza amazing lineup, which is coming to Chicago in just a couple of weeks. To keep things interesting we challenged ourself to connect one Lollapalooza headliner (Sam Smith) to another Lollapalooza headliner (Paul McCartney). The twist is can we do this using only other artists from Lollapalooza’s lineup this year? Find out below!
Lollapalooza’s lineup is stacked this year, a lineup that even competes with last year’s schedule of Outkast, Eminem, Kings of Leon, Calvin Harris, Lorde, Chance the Rapper, Run the Jewels and more. So if you got your tickets before they sold-out then consider yourself very lucky. Chicago fans will see some of the biggest and best names in music at Grant Park from July 31st to August 2nd. From some of music’s top emerging artists to some huge marquee headliners, you will want to beneed to be in Chicago this summer.
While it was definitely hard to decide who we are most excited to see at Lolla this year, hit the jump to check out our ten most anticipated acts of Lollapalooza 2015. Also be sure to check out Lollapalooza.com for more information.