Former Beatle Paul McCartney will perform in Dublin for the first time in six years with the best seats selling for €156, it was announced today.
The pop legend is expected to rock the O2 when he takes to the stage on December 20 as part of his first European tour since 2004.
The 'Good Evening Europe' gig includes eight special arena shows across the continent, culminating with his first-ever public performance at London’s O2 Arena on December 22.
Tickets for the Dublin show start at €86.25, rising to €126.25 and €156.25.
Other locations in the tour include Hamburg, Berlin, Paris and Cologne.
The concerts followed a five-week US tour during the summer, which ended in Dallas in August 19.