Sir Paul McCartney is happy to be playing home turf as his Out There tour comes to the world's most successful venue.
Macca's doing two dates at The O2 – Saturday, May 23 and Sunday, May 24 – meaning fans need not worry about indulging a little as they've got the Bank Holiday to recover.
Doors for both shows open at 6pm.
Sir Paul said: “It’s always great when you get to play in your home country. It’s been a little while since I’ve performed here so we’re planning a few surprises and looking forward to playing some songs we’ve never played here.
"We’ve taken this tour all over the world but there’s nothing quite like rocking out with your home audience. We’ll see you soon.”
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Since its launch, the former Beatle's tour been seen by nearly two million people around the world but the dates are only his 50th appearance in London since going solo.
In addition to Sir Paul, Oasis tribute act Oas-is will take the stage having worked their way up from gigs in pubs.
"We've gone from pubs to theatres to the O2. We set our standards high, we watched a lot of Oasis tribute acts and I'm a bit of a geek with Oasis, knowing things like Noel's guitar pedal settings to get that authentic sound.
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Sir Paul's set list is not yet know and it remains unclear whether Mull of Kintyre and The Frog Song will get an outing. So here they are, for your amusement.