I am off to Citi Field, to see Paul McCartney



Here is the set list from July 17


1. Drive My Car
2. Jet
3. Only Mama Knows
4. Flaming Pie
5. Got To Get You Into My Life
6. Let Me Roll It / Foxy Lady
7. Highway
8. The Long and Winding Road
9. My Love
10. Blackbird
11. Here Today
12. Dance Tonight
13. Calico Skies
14. Mrs Vanderbilt
15. Eleanor Rigby
16. Sing the Changes
17. Band on the Run
18. Back in the U.S.S.R.
19. I’m Down
20. Something
21. I Got A Feeling
22. Paperback Writer
23. A Day In The Life
24. Give Peace A Chance
25. Let It Be
26. Live and Let Die
27. Hey Jude

28. Day Tripper
29. Lady Madonna
30. I Saw Her Standing There

Encore 2:
31. Yesterday
32. Helter Skelter
33. Get Back
34. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)
35. The End

Hat tip — and videos of songs — to Setlist.FM

Category: Music, Weekend

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6 Responses to “Paul McCartney at Citi Field”

  1. bill750 says:

    Saw McCartney at a concert here in Dallas a couple of years ago – absolutely a great experience. It was interesting that the song that got the most enthusiastic response from the packed house was “Live and Let Die”, from the James Bond movie of the same name. McCartney is coming back to Dallas soon to appear at the new Cowboy’s stadium; it should be a hell of an experience. Have a great time at the concert!

  2. a guy called john says:

    Ram on, Barry.

  3. Steve Barry says:

    One more number was added..Rain

  4. Live & Let Die was huge tonite!

  5. bmontena1 says:

    hi. the show sounds great. i am thinking of going tonight or tuesday. can anyone tell me what time Paul took the stage?thanks for any help!

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