Paul McCartney was reportedly forced to postpone several tour dates in Asia last month due to a viral infection.
The postponement has caused the delay of his U.S. dates as well, according to
McCartney is currently following his doctor’s advice to rest up before returning to his highly anticipated tour.
“I’m sorry but it’s going to be a few more weeks before we get rocking in America again. I’m feeling great but taking my docs’ advice to take it easy for just a few more days. Look forward to seeing you all soon,” stated McCartney in a statement.
The ex-Beatle was reportedly hospitalized in Tokyo in May after having to scrap a handful of dates in Japan and one in South Korea, then canceling all remaining dates of his Asian tour.
His wife, Nancy Shevell, was seen by his side throughout the six nights the musician spent being cared for by doctors at the St. Luke’s International Hospital in the Japanese capital last month, according to the
His “Out There” world tour will resume in the U.S. as follows:
July 5, Albany, N.Y. – Times Union Center
July 7, Pittsburgh – Consol Energy Center
July 9, Chicago – United Center
July 12, Fargo, N.D. – Fargodome
July 14, Lincoln, Neb. – Pinnacle Bank Arena
July 16, Kansas City, Mo. – Sprint Center
August 2, Minneapolis – Target Field
August 5, Missoula, Mont. – Washington-Grizzly Stadium
August 7, Salt Lake City – EnergySolutions Arena
August 10, Los Angeles – Dodger Stadium
August 12 – Phoenix – US Airways Center
August 14 – San Francisco – Candlestick Park
Oct. 2, Lubbock, Texas – United Spirit Arena (re-scheduled from June 14)
Oct. 11, New Orleans – Smoothie King Center (re-scheduled from June 19)
Oct. 13, Dallas – American Airlines Center (re-scheduled from June 16)
Oct. 15, Atlanta – Philips Arena (re-scheduled from June 21)
Oct. 16, Nashville – Bridgestone Arena (re-scheduled from June 25)
Oct. 25, Jacksonville, Fla. – Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena (re-scheduled from June 22)
Oct. 28, Louisville, Ky. – Yum! Center (re-scheduled from June 26)