Paul McCartney to Play Bridgestone Arena June 25

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Musical legend and former Beatle Paul McCartney has expanded his upcoming U.S. tour to include a summer stop in Music City, June 25 at Nashville’s own Bridgestone Arena. McCartney first played Nashville proper in 2010, also at Bridgestone, and famously headlined the nearby Bonnaroo festival last summer- a highlight of our year, and, well, lifetime.

Sir Paul’s live show is an unparalleled experience, and includes selections from his own vast solo catalogue, as well as a healthy amount of material from his famous former projects, The Beatles and Wings. His influence on modern music is immeasurable, so jumping at a chance to catch a living legend should be a no-brainer. Tickets will go on sale Friday, April 25, at 10 a.m., and range from $29.5o to $254.50 in price.

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  1. Nope. It was Bridgestone Arena by July of 2010. Name change happened in February of that year.

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