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From Puerto Rico Indie.com, April 6, 2010 (translated from Spanish):
Three hours do not usually go by so fast. It was not until the last ‘na, na, na’s’ of ‘Hey Jude’, a song that would close last night of the first of three finals in the spectacular concert of Paul McCartney at the Coliseo de Puerto Rico, that I looked at my watch. By then the Beatle had justified the high prices of the box office to the event, still remaining much to sing. And is that the band did not disappoint his audience to represent all the different stages of McCartney’s career – from his beginnings in The Beatles to his work as a soloist and within the other projects that have perpetuated his fame as Band On The Run, Wings and The Fireman.
Paul surprised the stadium, full to capacity, with his good character, enviable stamina and even several words in a decent Spanish (although in a moment ‘boricua’ it sounded something else). My favorite moments of the night were when McCartney relieved his band to play ‘Blackbird’, when he sang the recent ‘Dance Tonight’ (that song puts me in a good mood), the tribute to George with ‘Something’ in ukulele and ‘ Helter Skelter ‘already for the end of the concert. I was also surprised by the interpretation of ‘Sing The Changes’ (with its resemblance to the sound of U2) that ended with a resplendent image of President Obama at the back of the stage and the deafening pyrotechnics during ‘Live And Let Die.’ It was just one for the story (and to tell the grandchildren).
It is not known what songs were played at the soundcheck.
Last updated on November 23, 2020
Coliseo De Puerto Rico
This was the 1st and only concert played at Coliseo De Puerto Rico.
Setlist for the concert