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Paul McCartney Tickets for Sale: Ticketability.com Announces a Reduction in Paul McCartney Ticket Prices for 2014 Tour Stops in Louisiana, Kentucky, New York and Pittsburgh

Ticketability.com has released an impressive inventory of Paul McCartney tickets for sale on the secondary market. This trusted provider has implemented a reduction in its Paul McCartney ticket prices across the exchange for 2014 tour stops in Louisiana a

OSHKOSH, Wis., April 9, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Ticketability.com is offering online customers Paul McCartney tickets for sale for newly announced U.S. shows. The "Out There! Tour" has been going strong since May of last year, and the singer is adding more shows to take place in the United States.

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Click Here to browse the inventory of affordable Paul McCartney tickets at Ticketability.com.

At the present time, the singer's fans can look for affordable Paul McCartney ticket prices for a total of four events taking place this June and July. The entertainer is appearing in New Orleans on June 19, Louisville on June 26, Albany on July 5, and Pittsburgh on July 7. Fans will want to find Paul McCartney tickets for sale at the most affordable prices they can locate for good seats.

The "Out There! Tour" has been very successful so far, and this is certainly no surprise to concertgoers who have already attended a show or are looking for an event to attend this year. The English singer/songwriter is promoting his 2013 album release, and he has added another leg to his tour due to such high demand for tickets.

Paul McCartney ticket prices may be high at various ticket locations, but affordably priced seats are available. With four U.S. concerts already set for this summer, it is likely that additional shows will be announced. United States fans are eager to find the best prices for concert seats, and some concertgoers may be looking for premium seats so that they can turn the musical evening into a truly unique event.

The singing star has performed in certain worldwide locations where he has not entertained before. Previous tour events have featured special effects as well as the performer's legendary voice. It is certain that fans who locate Paul McCartney tickets for sale for upcoming shows will be as pleased with the singer's performances as previous concert attendees have been.

Ticketability.com offers affordable Paul McCartney ticket prices to online customers who make their purchases either through the website or by phone.

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Media Contact: Andrea Pedersen, Ticketability.com, 262-422-9800, [email protected]

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