Paul McCartney Tickets Miami Sun Life Stadium Florida

Former Beatle, Paul McCartney and his “Up and Coming” tour come to Miami to rock Sun Life Stadium on April 3, 2010. Paul McCartney Tickets are now on sale.  In mid 2009, tabloids were reporting that he was planning to retire after his 2010 tour. McCartney crushed those rumors in an interview shortly after those reports, saying that he is in no way planning to retire in 2010. Unique venues in cities rarely visited will serve as the stops for this tour such as California’s Hollywood Bowl, a first time for McCartney since 1993. Fans in Miami should be ready to hear his entire catalog. Everything from the Beatles to Wings, to “Electric Arguments,” his 2008 Fireman album.

The Liverpool-born singer is credited in the Guinness World Records as the most successful musician and composer in popular music history, with 60 gold discs and 100 million singles in sales under his belt. McCartney’s song “Yesterday” is listed as the most covered song in history. His recent success from the “Summer Live ’09” concert tour served as the canvas for “Good Evening New York City,” a CD/DVD double live album consisting of material performed over three nights in the inaugural concert at New York City’s Citi Field.

For the April 3th show, a similar performance to “Good Evening New York City” is promised as well as new songs never before performed. One of the rare tracks expected to be performed is “(I Want To) Come Home,” McCartney’s Golden Globe nominated track from the Robert De Niro movie “Everybody’s Fine.” Whether you are a fan of The Beatles, Wings or his solo career, Sir Paul McCartney’s catalog is large enough to find a jewel in for any music lover. Cheap Paul McCartney Tickets for the April 3rd 2010 “Up and Coming” tour stop at Sun Life Stadium can be purchased from TicketNetwork.