It looks like Paul McCartney will be spending the summer of 2020 on the other side of the pond, with the addition of two more European dates. The former Beatle -- who earlier this week announced he would return to England's Glastonbury Festival to headline the event's 50th anniversary -- has just rolled out a pair of open-air Italian gigs.

New stops on the ongoing "Freshen Up" tour itinerary find "Macca" hitting Naples' Piazza Plebiscito on June 10th followed by Lucca's Mura Storiche on June 13th.

Although once on the road his set lists don't vary much from night to night, Paul McCartney says that at the start of each tour he likes to throw a few unproven rarities in to shake up the mix: "I just like doing it, and whenever I go out on tour it's exciting to stick a few things in that I haven't done before, just 'cause then it's sort of like there's a bit of a nervous edge to it, which is quite cool -- except on the first night when you think 'Why did I do this? Why didn't I stay safe?'"

Although with every album and tour Paul McCartney is pressed as to whether it's his swan song, he told us that without a doubt, he has no intention of slowing down -- let alone packing it in: "No, y'know, I don't wanna retire. I love what I do. I always said that if people don't come to the shows, I'll do this as a hobby. So, I love it. I have this vision of me aged 90 being wheeled on and very slowly doing 'Yesterday.' At the moment, it's not like that."

UPDATED: Paul McCartney tour dates (subject to change):

June 10 - Naples, Italy - Piazza Plebiscito
June 13 - Lucca, Italy - Mura Storiche

June 27 - Somerset, England - Glastonbury Festival

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