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From The Kansas City Star:
The best things in life aren’t always free, but they’re often worth the wait — like Paul McCartney’s show at the Sprint Center on Wednesday evening.
Nearly four years to the day after his previous performance here, McCartney returned to the arena in downtown Kansas City. And though ticket prices were steeper this time (more than $250 for the best seats) and though the start of the show was delayed about 40 minutes, he delivered another memorable performance, one that is sure to top a “best-ever” list among most of the fans in the nearly sold-out arena.
[…] His stamina and versatility was impressive. Several times he switched gears from a raucous rock tune, like “Back in the U.S.S.R.” to a ballad, like “Let It Be.” His encore, which came more than two hours after he started, included “Day Tripper,” “Kansas City” and a rip-snorting version of “Helter Skelter.”
He closed with a trilogy from “Abbey Road,” including the lullabye “Golden Slumbers” and “The End,” which includes one of his most quoted lines, about the give and take of love. There was plenty of that going on inside the Sprint Center on Wednesday night, and most of it felt genuine and indelible.
Last updated on November 24, 2020
Setlist for the concert