The ex-Beatles star comes to Central New York this fall for the first time.
For the first time ever, Paul McCartney will perform in the Carrier Dome on Sept. 23.
The show will be a part of the British star's One On One tour. Tickets go on sale May 1 at 10 a.m. with a special pre-sale for American Express card holders April 26 at 10 a.m.
The concert was announced by Pete Sala, Syracuse University’s chief vice president and chief campus facilities officer, and Mark Shulman, the senior vice president at The Bowery Presents. The 74-year-old will play a three-hour non-stop show performing songs from throughout his musical career.
Review: The indie-dance band returned to snowy Syracuse on Friday night to play The Westcott Theater.
Rubblebucket was met by an adoring mass of true Upstate New Yorkers, who don’t let slushy roads stop them from belting out a song about love and human birth. The members were apparently equally-adoring, telling the crowd, “You guys are so cool.”
Review: EDM DJs Hotel Garuda opened and Sam Feldt finished what was truly a memorable sold-out Bandersnatch concert.
Virtually every song Sam Feldt played during University Union’s first Bandersnatch concert of the year was met with dancing from the college kids that came to see the 23-year-old perform.
An aura of happiness followed the young DJ, who headlined the concert Wednesday night. Feldt performed for well over an hour, periodically slowing down the current song he was mixing to thank the audience. His presence and masterful mixing impressed everyone in the room.
University Union’s indie concert series brings artists wise beyond their years.
Sitting cross-legged on the ground wearing the skinniest of skinnies, cowboy-esque boots and a silk baseball jacket, 19-year-old Raury awaits his grand entrance. Three bars in he bolts on stage, snags the microphone and the crowd erupts. He meets the roar with the opening lines of “Forbidden Knowledge” from his recently dropped album All We Need.
Cornell students put down their homework to turn up for the last event in a weekend-long celebration.
A group of boys, still dressed in Cornell apparel and decorated with red face paint from the afternoon football game, sat in a circle playing cards on the brick sidewalk outside of Barton Hall at Cornell University. Behind them, a growing number of students lined up, all hoping for the chance to snag a ticket when the concert doors opened at 7 p.m.