This week, there were several big concert tour announcements to delight fans of all types of music. This week, Paul McCartney made another announcement about his highly successful “Out There” tour. The former Beatle revealed an additional stop for his current tour and will be adding a final performance at San Francisco’s Candlestick Park. The singer has already sold out all of his shows, in major markets and has recently added stops in Missoula, MT on August 5th, Los Angeles on August 10th and Phoenix on August 12th. Tickets for these shows are on sale now. Tickets are also on sale for the Candlestick Park show which is being called the “Farewell to Candlestick: The Final Concert.” The show and last stop on McCartney’s US tour will be the final show before its demolition. This is also the place where the Beatles performed their final full concert together in 1966. Tickets are on sale now but expected to sell out fast.
However, one of the biggest announcements of the week came from two pop stars and former boy band members. Nick Carter of the band the Backstreet Boys and Jordan Knight from New Kids on the blog have announced that they will be releasing an album together. In addition to working together on a record they will also be hitting the road to support this new effort starting this fall. The album recording will coordinate with the New Kids on the Block Reality Show which is set to launch later this year. The tour itself will be called the Nick and Knight tour and it will officially kick off on September 15th in Nashville, Tennessee. From there the duo will visit several major markets in the United States and Canada.
The tour will include 39 total stops in cities such as Miami, Vancouver, New York and Los Angeles. The tour will keep the two singers on the road through the fall, and will wrap up in Alberta, Canada on November 22nd. During this outing, fans can expect to hear all of the new hits from the duo’s upcoming album as well as individual performances of some of their hit songs. Tickets go on sale later this month for those looking to see the two pop stars perform together on stage in this exciting new effort. Will you be getting tickets to see Nick Carter and Jordan Knight together on tour?
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