Legendary Beatles member and solo artist Paul McCartney will embark on a 14-city North American extension of the “One on One” tour beginning this July and wrapping up in October.
During his trek he’ll spend a significant amount of time in the Northeast, including 5 in the New York/New Jersey area.
Among these will be McCartney’s first performance at Newark’s Prudential Center. With over 700 tickets currently available through secondary market resource TicketIQ, the average ticket price is $396.
One of the most anticipated dates of the tour is Madison Square Garden on Friday September 15th. This will mark McCartney’s first concert at the home of the Knicks and Rangers since 2005. Distance has certainly made the heart grow fonder as this date carries the highest “Get-In” price (cheapest ticket available) of the tour on the secondary market. It’ll cost fans a minimum of $182 to get into the door of the World’s Most Famous Arena on September 15th.
If that price point is a bit too out of reach, fans may want to take the subway ride to Brooklyn’s Barclays Center 4 nights later, where tickets are available at nearly half that price — $82.
Another notable NY area venue on McCartney’s itinerary is the New Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, which will see Sir Paul play Long Island for the first time in nearly 15 years.
Removing focus from New York and looking at the Mid-West leg, McCartney will also play his first ever performances at Duluth, GA’s Infinite Energy Center; Bossier City, IA’s CenturyLink Center; Wichita’s INTRUST Bank Arena; and Detroit’s new Little Caesar’s Arena.
With over 8,000 tickets currently available on the secondary market, the average ticket price for this leg of the “One on One” tour is $442. McCartney did a short 4-tour stint in the US in April 2016 where ticket prices averaged $243.