Santiago • Tuesday, April 22, 2014

ConcertBy Paul McCartney • Part of the 2nd South American leg of the Out There Tour
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Movistar Arena

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From, March 9, 2014:

Paul McCartney is getting back ‘Out There’

First live show of 2014 announced!

Monday 21st April – Santiago, Chile – Movistar Arena

More dates to be announced imminently…

Following an incredible 2013 which saw Paul’s critically acclaimed ‘Out There’ tour launch in Brazil and visit 23 cities across South America, Europe, North America and Japan, today Paul confirms he’ll be getting back out there by announcing his first concert of the year. Paul will be heading back to Chile in April for the first time since his historic performance on his ‘Up & Coming Tour’ in 2011.

From, March 17, 2014:

Paul McCartney is getting back ‘Out There’
Second show added in Santiago, Chile!

Tuesday 22nd April – Movistar Arena

Following the phenomenal response and demand for tickets after the announcement of Paul’s forthcoming show in Chile it has been confirmed that a second date has been added on Tuesday 22nd April at the Movistar Arena.

This will be Paul’s first visit to Chile since his historic performance on his ‘Up & Coming Tour’ in 2011.

Initially planned on April 21, 2014, the first concert in Santiago had to be moved on April 23 due to logistic issues. The second date scheduled on April 22, 2014, became the first of the two concerts in Chile.

Though I’m upset that the jumbo jet carrying all my equipment for the show has gone technical and will not arrive in Santiago in time for the show tonight, I will not cancel the concert. I would hate to disappoint our great Chilean fans so we are moving the Monday show to Wednesday this week and looking forward to having a rocking time in Santiago.

Paul McCartney – From, April 21, 2014

From For Whom The Bell Tells, May 16, 2014:

This should have been a fairly straight forward Sunday, but as we have learnt over the years, you shouldn’t take any day on tour for granted. By early evening news had reached us that a jumbo jet taking equipment from Uruguay to Chile was still on the tarmac in Uruguay and there was no way it was going to arrive in Chile with enough time for the crew to get everything ready and in place for the first show, scheduled for the following day.

Once Paul learnt of this news he was insistent that the show must still go ahead but later in the week. He had been due to travel to Peru, the tour’s next destination, on Tuesday night following the last date in Chile, but intervened and changed plans and the tour schedule in order to make sure that the show could be rescheduled. Paul insisted the team should do all they could to make sure concert goers knew about the changes causing as little disruption as possible, especially for those that would be travelling from far away to come to the show and ensuring that those who couldn’t make it would be fully refunded. One thing we know about Paul at PM HQ is how much he hates letting down his fans. This situation was beyond anybody’s control and the reaction from the fans and media the following day showed us they completely understood this.

Chile – Monday 21th April

This should have been the first show day but we spent the day making sure the messaging about the rescheduled show was out there. Just before 2pm Paul called me in my hotel room just to check in that we were doing all we could to spread the word and he wanted to know what more we could be doing. He was very happy to call a local radio station to talk to them about the situation. As it happened, the guy who did the radio interview was an ex-LIPA student who had to miss his own graduation at LIPA a few years back and therefore missed the chance of meeting Paul, so Paul invited him to come back stage to say “Hi” before Wednesday night’s show.

That evening Paul and Nancy kindly invited me to dinner along with the band. Needless to say it was a very fun evening and we got the chance to ask Paul about a new secret thing he’s working on – which I wish I could share right now but I can’t! Sorry for the tease, but all in good time!

Stuart Bell

Last updated on March 14, 2023

Movistar Arena

This was the 1st concert played at Movistar Arena.

A total of 2 concerts have been played there • 2014Apr 22ndApr 23rd

Setlist for the concert





Foxy Lady

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Let It Be

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Hey Jude

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Second Encore



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The End

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