Tulsa • Wednesday, May 29, 2013

ConcertBy Paul McCartney • Part of the 1st North American leg of the Out There Tour
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BOK Center
26,827 / 26,827 (for the 2 dates at BOK Center)
$3,382,796 (for the 2 dates at BOK Center)

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This concert was the first of two shows in Tulsa.

From paulmccartney.com, April 5, 2013:

On May 29, Paul will return to the BOK Center in Tulsa, OK for his first show at the venue since marking its first anniversary in August 2009 with the only arena gig of his summer 2009 stadium tour. 

From ABC News Radio, May 29, 2013:

Tonight, Paul McCartney began a two-show engagement Wednesday at the BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and in honor of the rock legend’s visit to Oklahoma, Gov. Mary Fallin declared that day to be Paul McCartney Day in the state. According to a NewsOK.com report, the proclamation praised the ex-Beatles star for his hugely successful music career, while also acknowledging his charity work in support of impoverished people, music education and animal rights.

In addition, the BOK Center and the city of Tulsa are celebrating the McCartney concerts by temporarily rechristening several local streets with Beatles-themed names. The temporary monikers include Abbey Road (3rd Street), Penny Lane (Denver Ave.), Blackbird Boulevard (1st Street) and All Together Crossing (Frisco Ave.). […]

From McCartney wows crowd at BOK Center | Archive | tulsaworld.com:

Paul McCartney’s “Out There” tour stopped at Tulsa’s BOK Center on Wednesday for the first of a two-night stint celebrating the arena’s fifth birthday.

He gave his fans what they came for, with a set including nearly three dozen hits over 2½ hours. Fans shot to their feet, clapping and cheering, twisting and singing, as McCartney blasted into “Eight Days a Week.”

Grown women cried. Their husbands held them tight as McCartney let loose the soundtrack of rock ’n’ roll history.

“Hey, Tulsa, Oklahoma! I have a feeling we’re going to have a little bit of fun here tonight!” the rock icon and former Beatle yelled. […]

His voice strong, his stature strait-backed, the affable British Invasion pioneer thanked the crowd for the warm welcome, then thanked them for “having me back.”

He told of his love for historic Route 66 and his travels through Oklahoma in an old ’80s Bronco with his current wife Nancy McCartney, hitting the dives and the “posh spots” along the way.

McCartney also noted the wide span of ages in the audiences, from “people my age to their children and their children’s children.” […]

Much of this production is unlike his previous tours. It has bigger, deeper tracks and brilliant, often psychedelic video imagery that spans his career. […]

And with another concert — one to raise funds for tornado relief in central Oklahoma — happening at the same time down the turnpike in Oklahoma City, McCartney gave a nod to those who were affected.

“We would like to dedicate this song to those here who have suffered through the recent tragedy in Oklahoma,” he said as he took to his piano for the emotive “Let it Be” in the midst of a standing ovation. […]

From Photo Gallery: Happy 72nd birthday, Sir Paul McCartney! | Music | tulsaworld.com

Last updated on January 29, 2021

BOK Center

This was the 2nd concert played at BOK Center.

A total of 3 concerts have been played there • 2009Aug 17th2013May 29thMay 30th

Setlist for the concert





Foxy Lady

Written by Jimi Hendrix




Written by Lennon - McCartney








Let It Be

Written by Lennon - McCartney


Hey Jude

Written by Lennon - McCartney





Get Back

Written by Lennon - McCartney


Second Encore



Written by Lennon - McCartney




The End

Written by Lennon - McCartney


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