Get Back! Legendary rock icon Sir Paul McCartney to tour Australia at the end of the year
Legendary rock icon Sir Paul McCartney is reportedly touring Australia later this year.
The Frontier Touring company is said to be currently working out concert dates for Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
If the tour goes ahead, the 81-year-old is expected to perform shows in October and November, the Herald Sun reports .
The Beatles superstar last played in Australia in 2017.
Last year, the famed singer-songwriter wowed audiences in the US and the UK with his 50-date Got Back tour, which featured a marathon throwback show featuring his classic songs.
Legendary rock icon Sir Paul McCartney is reportedly touring Australia later this year, with The Frontier Touring company currently working out concert dates for Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane
Reports estimate that the ‘greatest hits’ concerts earned a whopping $100million.
Local fans are hoping that McCartney will bring the same show to Australia, which includes a duet with the legend’s late former Beatle band mate, the late John Lennon.
Concert goers were wowed when McCartney sang along with a video of John Lennon during the song I’ve Got a Feeling.
The Frontier Touring company is currently working out concert dates for Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane. If the tour, which is yet to be confirmed, goes ahead, the 81-year-old former Beatle – pictured – is expected to perform concerts in October and November
McCartney’s recent concert tour of the zu.S. featured hits from his days with the Beatles Pictured: The Beatles George Harrison, Paul McCartney, John Lennon, with original drummer Pete Best playing in the Cavern night club in 1961
McCartney treated fans to some of his most famous tunes from every part of his career during his tour, including his Beatles classics, as well as his solo numbers and hits he penned with his band Wings.
The set list includes Can’t Buy Me love, Got to Get You Into My Life, Maybe I’m Amazed, Band on The Run, Get Back and Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da.
It comes after speculation superstars Bruce Springsteen, Madonna, Depeche Mode and Beyonce could all be headed for tours here this summer.
Pictured: Madonna is another superstar rumoured to be headed Down Under this year