Paul McCartney is set to play live at Estadio Nacional May 1 as the last stop on his anticipated Out There tour. It marks the rock superstar’s first trip to Costa Rica.
The former Beatle released his latest album, “New,” last October. The 12-track collection received great critical praise and, not surprisingly, reached the third spot on the official UK album chart during its debut week.
After the Beatles broke up in 1975, McCartney carried the fame to a successful and productive solo career as he has released another 24 studio albums. Many of those discs have earned platinum and multi-platinum distinctions.
Tickets for the show at Estadio Nacional, which are made available this week, are ranged in price between 30,000 to 345,000 colons. McCartney’s tour also stops in the capital cities of Chile, Peru, and Ecuador before coming to San José.