Paul McCartney’s Wells Fargo Center show sells out in minutes
Tickets for Paul McCartney’s first Philadelphia show in five years weren’t on the market very long.
Tickets for Paul McCartney's first Philadelphia show in five years weren't on the market very long.
The show, taking place at the Wells Fargo Center on June 21, sold out in minutes after going on sale today at noon, according to Live Nation.
If you missed your shot at this show, four-day passes are still available for Dover, Del.'s Firefly Music Festival, where McCartney will be headlining Friday, June 19's lineup. The festival doesn't offer single day passes, so it's all or nothing.
The concert was announced with a grand banner unveiling on the side of the Wells Fargo Center last Friday after social media teases suggesting the Beatle would be making a Philly appearance flooded the internet.
It's been nearly five years since Sir Paul made a stop in Philadelphia, having played the then-Wachovia Center in August 2010.