Philadelphia • Sunday, June 13, 1993

ConcertBy Paul McCartney • Part of the The New World Tour
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Veterans Stadium

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Veterans Stadium

This was the 3rd concert played at Veterans Stadium.

A total of 3 concerts have been played there • 1990Jul 14thJul 15th1993Jun 13th

Setlist for the concert









Written by Lennon - McCartney



Written by Lennon - McCartney



Let It Be

Written by Lennon - McCartney





Penny Lane

Written by Lennon - McCartney




Hey Jude

Written by Lennon - McCartney


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dwp7470 5 years ago

I was there. This was Paul's Birthday. And we all sang the Happy Birthday to Paul as invitation to do the 2nd Encore to Paul. Birthday #50 was Special. In addition, To my best Recollection not only was 'Maybe I'm Amazed' in there early on of the Concert, imto to the Films of Animal Cruelty, that preceded a brief tribute to Lennon, there was a Bit of a Break before 'Let Me Roll It' to get out the Crane, and the Lights went off. So, as it makes No Sense to arrange a Break at Song 6, rather than 8 or 12 the Line-Up is way off on everything that precedes 'Let Me Roll It'. And assuredly included: 'No More Lonely Nights' and 'I Feel Fine'. The next Break was Pyrotechnic at 'Live and Let Die' in and around Live song #25, rather than #22, so Set I.A likely had 12 songs. Not 9 that yours suggest are 6 to get to 'Let Me Roll It', Set I.B had 12 and 'Live and Let Die' began Set II.
Further to my recollection, 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band' was immediately after the wheeling in of the Psychedelic Piano for 'Magical Mystery Tour' and after that was 'Blackbird' with 'Obladi-Oblada' were Segway
To Closing for Encores via Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise). And they left. Of course in Philly, the Audience must die to leave, so they were all likely parked in. 'Band on the Run' and 'I saw Her Standing there' were Encore #1. And they Left again to see if the People who Parked them in got towed yet. We sang Happy Birthday to Paul, and they came back. 'Hey Jude' was First, from there the Better Half Of Abbey Road concludes the Show with? 'The End'. So your Set is way off in Representing what this Once in a Lifetime Event factually entailed.

The PaulMcCartney Project 5 years ago

Thanks very much @dwp7470 to share your memories ! I'll take your memories to improve the page - I haven't spent much time on the 1993 tour so far ! Thanks again !

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