Former Beatles star Sir Paul McCartney has revealed he's be touring Australia and New Zealand for the first time in 24 years.
The 75-year-old musician is set to divulge all the details in a Facebook live Q&A with Aussie comedian and musician, Tim Minchin, today.
The tour was announced by Frontier Touring on Tuesday and Beatles fans the world over are rejoicing.
Exact dates and locations are yet to be confirmed but according to the Herald Sun, he'll perform a string of shows in November and December.
On Australia Day last year, the British popstar hinted at vising Australia when he shared a throwback photo of himself draped in the Aussie flag.
“Salutations to our cousins down under on Australia Day. Have a great one. Watch out for flying Kangaroos," he penned.
Sir Paul last toured Oz in 1993 on his New World Tour and was due to return in 2002 but pulled the pin at the last minute after the Bali bombings, saying it was "not the appropriate time for a rock show."
Along with John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr, the father-of-five found global fame as a singer and bass guitarist for the Beatles.
During the '60s and '70s the band became one of the most influential rock group's in history, with their musical still resonating all these years later.
Since the group disbanded, Sir Paul has enjoyed a successful solo career and also teamed with singers like Kanye West and Rihanna.
We'll bring you more tour details as we get it!
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