Paul McCartney has just announced that he will be canceling the Asian leg of his current tour, after struggling with a viral infection. However, the singer is not quite ready to return to the stage. After taking advice from his doctor, the former Beatle has announced that he will be delaying the start of his US tour and postponing the first seven shows in this leg of his event. The singer was originally scheduled to kick off his US tour on June 14th with a performance in Lubbock, Texas and visit six other cities that month. However, this southern leg of the tour has officially been rescheduled and will now take place in October.
The Paul McCartney tour will now officially begin on July 5th in Albany, New York and the singer will be visiting 11 major markets before taking a rest starting on August 14th when he wraps up his show in San Francisco, California. The new concerts will begin on October 2nd in Lubbock, Texas and will keep the singer on the road through October 28th. Tickets for these newly rescheduled show are on sale now and available to the public.