Paul McCartney to play Seattle’s Safeco Field

Paul McCartney is bringing his “Out There” world tour to Safeco Field on July 19. This will be the first ever major concert event to take place at Safeco Field and will be McCartney’s first trip to Seattle since 2005.

McCartney’s performance on this tour is reportedly going to last close to three hours and include music from his solo catalog, Wings, and of course The Beatles.

Tickets available from Ticketmaster this Friday at 10 a.m. No word yet on the price tag but it’s sure to be sizable and probably one of those things you should just buy and know in your heart was worth it. I have a feeling Paul will make it up to you on July 19.

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