Tickets to see Paul McCartney live this summer don’t come cheap.
In fact, at this point, you may need to purchase them from the secondary market, as Ticketmaster is running out of inventory due to high demand.
But it can be tedious and intimidating to endlessly scroll through the seats on the various resale websites.
This is where we come in to help you.
We’ve scoured the resale market and rounded up a sampling of where you can buy tickets right now for McCartney concerts.
Here are our findings, using McCartney’s concert in New Jersey on June 16 as research.
(Note: Prices shown include fees added at checkout and may be slightly different from what you see; all prices were found at time of posting and may fluctuate.)
Upper level seats start at $150, the lowest price for a lower level seat is $315, and floor seats start at $534.
You can search all of StubHub’s inventory by going here.
Tickets for upper-tier seats start at $138, lower-tier seats at $339, and floor seats at $480.
You can search all Vivid Seats inventory by going here.
Top tier seats are best priced at $134, lower tier is $312, and floor seats start at $467.
You can search all of SeatGeek’s inventory by going here.
Other Resale Sites
Other secondary market websites where you can search for McCartney tickets include MegaSeats, Select A Ticket, TicketNetwork, and TicketCity.
A full schedule of McCartney’s Got Back tour dates is available below.
- April 28 at the Climate Pledge Arena in Spokane, Washington
- May 2 at the Climate Pledge Arena in Spokane, Washington
- May 3 at the Climate Pledge Arena in Spokane, Washington
- May 6 at Oakland Arena in Oakland, CA
- May 13 at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, CA
- May 17 at Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, Texas
- May 21 at Truist Field in Winston Salem, North Carolina
- May 25 at Hard Rock Live in Hollywood, Florida
- May 28 at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida
- May 31 at the Thompson Boling Arena in Knoxville, Tennessee
- June 4 at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, New York
- June 7 at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts
- June 8 at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts
- June 12 at Oriole Park in Baltimore, Maryland
- June 16 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey
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Matt Levy covers the entertainment industry live, writing about upcoming concerts, festivals, shows and events. He can be reached at [email protected].