Paris • Friday, March 26, 1976

ConcertBy Wings • Part of the Wings Over the World tour

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Musician Paul McCartney, his wife Linda, and their daughters Mary and Stella in Paris. Paul is touring with his band Wings.
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Credits : Jack GAROFALO
Credits : Jack GAROFALO
Paul McCartney, singer and guitarist for his band Wings, performs during a concert in Paris.
From the Maccaclub Facebook page
From B25866 – Paul McCartney & Wings 1976 Wings Over The World Tour Promotional Poster (France) – Tracks – An original promotional poster for the 1976 performance in Paris of the Wings Over The World tour on March 26 at the Pavillon De Paris. The poster features a pink background with the band name in orange and details about the concert in black. There is some wear and tear to the edges of the poster as well as some slight creasing throughout the poster. It measures 158cm by 118cm (62.25 inches by 46.5 inches). The condition is very good plus.
From B35385 – Paul McCartney & Wings 1976 Pavillon De Paris Concert Ticket Stub (France) – Tracks – A concert ticket stub for the Paul McCartney and Wings performance that took place at the Pavillon De Paris, Paris, France on 26th March 1976. Ticket number 006569. The ticket stub measures 8.2cm x 6.5cm (3.2 inches x 2.4 inches). The ticket has been folded vertically in half and laid flat. The condition is very good plus.
From Facebook – I was thinking back to the first time Carol and I saw Paul in concert. It was March 26, 1976 in Paris. No chairs in this cow palace (literally)! We got front row, directly in front of Paul’s microphone, about 12′ away, separated only by bicycle racks as security! What an amazing concert it was. Paul was only 33! 46 years later and having never missed a tour, it is the greatest concert experience to see him perform (for almost 3 hours) and for most of the tours, he never even took a drink during the shows! Now, we are told, he takes ONE during the concert. There is simply no way to measure how much joy Paul has brought to this world through his music. We fans are lucky to be around this world the same time as The Beatles and beyond. We wonder what birthday surprises might await us tonight… Photo by Carol Lapidos, Paris, France, March 26, 1976

Last updated on June 16, 2022


This was the 1st and only concert played at Pavilion.

Setlist for the concert



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