UPDATE: McCartney's strangely named "Up and Coming" tour will be at the Hollywood Bowl March 30 and 31. Tickets for both shows are $50-$350. Click for more info.
About a year after thrilling fans a third his age at Coachella, Paul McCartney returns to Southern California to play the Hollywood Bowl on March 30. It will be Sir Paul's first show at the venue since 1993. McCartney first performed at the Hollywood Bowl with the Beatles in 1964.
Upcoming set list info and details after the jump.
"The new show will feature a typically diverse set list drawing on two-hours-plus worth of selections spanning the catalogues of the Beatles, Wings and McCartney 's solo career, including tracks from the Fireman's 2008 album Electric Arguments," reads the email from famed PR firm Nasty Little Man. "There will be some never-before-played-on-U.S.-soil songs added to the set list as well as the U.S. live premiere of "(I Want To) Come Home," McCartney's Golden Globe-nominated track from the Robert De Niro movie Everybody's Fine.