Paul McCartney to perform in Naples after 29 years


Former Beatle has two Italian dates on his 2020 tour: Naples and Lucca.

Sir Paul McCartney is to return to Naples after 29 years with a concert in Piazza del Plebiscito on 10 June 2020.

The 77-year-old former Beatle has announced two Italian dates on his 2020 'Freshen Up' tour: in addition to Napoli, McCartney will perform at the ancient walls of Lucca, Tuscany, on 13 June.

The last time McCartney played in Naples was on 5 June 1991, at the Palapartenope, alongside his late wife, Linda.

Rome fans of The Beatles and Wings will be disappointed that McCartney won't be returning to the Eternal City where he performed at the Colosseum in 2003, with half a million people listening and watching the concert live on screens outside.

Paul McCartney at the Colosseum in Rome in 2003

Tickets for McCartney's two 2020 Italian shows will be available from 22 November but only for those who register on the Virgin Radio website. Tickets go on general release on 25 November on www.ticketone.it and www.dalessandroegalli.com.

Tickets for McCartney's Naples concert range from €78 standing, €130 for the pit under the stage, and €220 for numbered grandstand seats.

The ticket prices for the Lucca concert are as follows: €86 standing, €130 for the space in front of the stage, and €220 for numbered seats. For details see Paul McCartney website.

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Address Piazza del Plebiscito, 80132 Napoli NA, Italy

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Piazza del Plebiscito, 80132 Napoli NA, Italy

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