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The concert in Atlanta was originally scheduled on June 21, but was postponed to this date due Paul’s illness. From paulmccartney.com, June 9, 2014:
“I’m sorry but it’s going to be a few more weeks before we get rocking in America again. I’m feeling great but taking my docs’ advice to take it easy for just a few more days. Look forward to seeing you all soon.” — Paul McCartney
Paul McCartney has confirmed that he will, however reluctantly, heed medical advice to rest up just a bit longer to fully recuperate from the virus that forced the postponement of his recent dates in Japan and Korea.
The ‘Out There’ world tour will now resume July 5 in Albany, NY, and the June 14-26 shows in Lubbock, Dallas, New Orleans, Atlanta, Jacksonville, Nashville and Louisville have been rescheduled to October. Tickets for the original June dates will be honoured for the new dates detailed below.
From Concert review: Paul McCartney is a marvel in return to Atlanta (ajc.com), October 16, 2014:
[…] Returning to Atlanta on Wednesday for the first time since 2009 – and a few months later than planned after a virus forced the postponement of his original June date – McCartney demonstrated the joy he has for performing with a nearly three-hour, 39-song set that placed sprightly memories over musty nostalgia.
He entered the Philips Arena stage, all thumbs-up and peace signs in a royal blue blazer, dark pants and pink NFL wristband, and immediately thumped into the bass line of “Eight Days a Week.” […]
Last year’s “New” album is among the finest in his catalog, and McCartney parked the release’s rollicking “Save Us” into the No. 2 spot on his set list, a direct signal to fans that he’s proud of his musical vitality.
Three other “New” tracks were sprinkled among classics including “We Can Work It Out,” “Another Day” and “Let it Be” as well as the deeper album cuts aimed at the die-hards, such as the always-welcome groove of “Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five” and the cutesy romp “All Together Now,” from the “Yellow Submarine” soundtrack. […]
Last updated on February 5, 2021
Setlist for the soundcheck
Setlist for the concert