It’s hard to overlook: Japan loves the Beatles. There are probably more Beatles bars in Tokyo than in Liverpool and there’s few Japanese who haven’t sung “Hey Jude” in Karaoke. But while other heroes of the 60’s and 70’s seem to tour Japan almost yearly, Paul McCartney – or “Poru Makkaatonii” as he is called here – has waited a long 11 years to return to Japanese soil. Maybe he is still traumatized by his experience in Japanese jail?
During his five show tour, he’ll stop in Fukuoka, Osaka and Tokyo:
November 12th (Tue): Osaka, Kyocera Dome (L-code 89999
November 15th (Fri): Fukuoka, YafuOku Dome (L-code 54449)
November 18th (Mon): Tokyo, Tokyo Dome
November 19th (Tue): Tokyo, Tokyo Dome
November 21th (Thu): Tokyo, Tokyo Dome
There are three price categories (all seated):
S: 16’500 Yen
A: 14’500 Yen
B: 12’500 Yen
How to get tickets online?
Update (Nov 3rd, 2013): A few regular S seat tickets have become available again for the Fukuoka show on Nov 15th.
Update (Nov 1st, 2013): All shows are sold-out by now, except the additional show in Osaka on November 11th! There are still some S seat tickets left through Lawson. Contact us if you want us to buy them for you (seat numbers are assigned randomly during regular sale).
Update (Sep 18th):
Ticket Pia: Fukuoka is sold-out. Osaka pre-sale until Sep 24th. Normal sale starts on Oct 5th. A small number of Tokyo tickets are available in a lottery until 19th, 23:59 Japan time!
Lawson Tickets: A few Fukuoka tickets are left (but only for bad seats where you might have trouble seeing the stage). Osaka tickets go on sale on Oct 5th. Tokyo is sold out.
eplus: Osaka goes on sale on Oct 5th. For Fukuoka, a few good S seats are available (as well as some bad S seats from where you wont see the stage well). Tokyo shows are sold out.
For fans abroad: To secure your tickets for the shows still on sale, or the sold-out shows, contact the JCT ticket service.