Paul McCartney announced the first two dates of what is expected to be a significant touring schedule in 2013. The singer revealed plans for the Out There World Tour on his website this morning (March 20). His goal is to play cities and venues he and his band have never been.

Response to the news was immediate. Within hours of the news, parties in Argentina were staged with revelers holding "Get Back to Argentina Paul" signs and flying blue and white balloons. Tickets for two stops -- a June 22 show in Warsaw, Pol. and a June 27 date in Vienna, Aus. -- go on sale this Friday (March 22). It will mark McCartney's first show in Poland, and fourth trip to Vienna. More dates are to be announced in the coming weeks.

According to a statement at his website, McCartney will play songs from his entire career, including his solo material, songs from the Beatles and hits as a member of Wings. 2013 could also mean new music for the legend. He's reported to be working on a new studio album, the follow-up to 'Kisses on the Bottom' from 2012.