Another rock star is passing Cleveland on his latest tour up.
Months after The Rolling Stones played with Columbus’ Ohio Stadium, rather than a place in Cleveland, Paul McCartney is building an option that is similar.
McCartney has announced five new North American dates within his “Out There” World Tour. The trek now features a stop at Columbus’ Nationwide Arena on Oct. 13. But that is the closest the tour should come to Cleveland.
For anyone planning to help make the visit to Columbus, tickets go on sale to everyone at 10 a.m. Monday, Aug. 31.
Nevertheless, Cleveland music lovers should not whine too much. Northeast Ohio has seen three of the greatest pop stars on the planet – Taylor Swift, Justin Timberlake, Katy Perry – perform here in the past couple of years. Also, Garth Brooks only declared four shows in two nights in The Q.