Paul McCartney
High Demand For Paul McCartney Causes Ticket Frenzy

Manchester’s Co-op Live has alerted fans vying for tickets to Paul McCartney’s highly anticipated “Got Back” tour, which has seen an overwhelming demand since pre-sale access began.

Earlier this week, McCartney, 82, unveiled plans for his world tour, featuring a series of UK shows in December 2024. This tour will be his first live performances in the UK since his Glastonbury headline set in 2022. Scheduled performances include dates at Manchester’s Co-op Live on December 14 and 15, and London’s The O2 on December 18 and 19. It will be McCartney’s first Manchester appearance since 2011.

Tickets will be available for general sale this Friday, but fans were eager to snag pre-sale tickets starting Wednesday morning (June 19), offered exclusively to Co-op and O2 Priority members. The surge in demand has led to a challenging ticket-buying experience for many.

Sharing their frustration, one fan said, “Was finally in a queue, got to the front for a blue circle to keep going around now at the back of a queue again of 14 thousand or so.”

Co-op Live has advised fans to remain patient and prepared for potential delays or difficulties as tickets continue to sell quickly.

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Photo credit: Jimmy Baikovicius.


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