Former Beatle Paul McCartney will bring his silly loves songs and more to Detroit this summer, with a July 24 show at Comerica Park due to be announced next week.
The show will be part of a handful of North American dates McCartney will play during the summer. He's already announced a July 15 concert at Yankee Stadium in New York and is expected to reveal some other dates along with the Detroit show.
It will be McCartney's first stop in the Detroit metro area since he played a pair of shows during October of 2005 at the Palace of Auburn Hills. It will be his first stop in Detroit proper since the 1976 Wings Over America tour played two May concerts at Olympia Arena. It will also be part of a busy summer for stadium concerts: Taylor Swift performed on Saturday, June 11, at Ford Field; U2 plays June 26 at Spartan Stadium in East Lansing; Kid Rock has shows at Comerica Park on Aug. 12-13; and Kenny Chesney returns to Ford Field on Aug. 20.
On Tuesday, June 14, McCartney is releasing new, deluxe editions of his 1970 solo debut "McCartney" and his 1980 album "McCartney II.