The Van Andel Arena will welcome Paul McCartney to Grand Rapids for his only concert in Michigan this August 2016. Tickets are in high demand as the singer makes his rounds on his tour. The legend is famous for being The Beatles founding member and for his love of music.
The famous singer was born on June 18, 1942, in Liverpool England, United Kingdom. He worked with the Beatles in the 1960s. He helped lift the famous music from its origins in the entertainment field and assisted in transforming the music into a highly creative commercial art form.
The upcoming concert is coming up on Aug 15, 2016, in Grand Rapids. Tickets for the much-anticipated concert event will go on sale starting May 2, 2016, at Ticketmaster outlets or tricketmaster.com. You can also find your tickets at the Van Andel Arena and DeVos Place Box offices. If traveling is not in your plans to gain your entry pass, you can order by phone at 1-800-745-3000; someone will help you with seat selection and pricing.
Prices will vary based on the location and seats desired by the customers. Affordable upper bowl seating starts at $29.50, and prices can go up to $253.00. Customers that purchase their ticket with an American Express card can buy the tickets before others beginning the morning of April 28th.
The fun will be limitless, however, the number of tickets that you can order is not. This highly anticipated event allows you the limit of up to six tickets per each order, and the prices could change. On Sunday, May 1st at 10 pm there is a presale for a limit four tickets per purchase.
McCartney started his fantastic tour on April 13 and is set to go through the United States and then through Europe in mid-May. McCartney’s concerts perform all the greatest hits from the last 50 years of his music. Crowds will be run through McCartney history in a matter of three hours. The Van Andel Arena venue in Grand Rapids seats 11,000 people for concerts of all sizes. The concert host plans to have an unforgettable show for customers planning on attending the Paul McCartney performance.