- Estádio Kléber Andrade
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From paulmccartney.com, October 14, 2014:
PAUL McCARTNEY IS GETTING BACK ‘OUT THERE’
MUSIC ICON TO RETURN TO BRAZIL
Monday 10th November: Estádio Kléber Andrade – Vitória
Sunday 23rd November: Estádio Nacional – Brasilia
Tuesday 25th November: Allianz Parque – São Paulo
Wednesday 26th November: Allianz Parque – São Paulo (second night)
Paul is set to return to South America this November. In April of this year Paul performed his first concerts of 2014 in Uruguay, Chile, Peru, Ecuador and Costa Rica. Today Paul has confirmed that he’ll be taking his tour back to Brazil this November. […]
From For Whom The Bell Tells, January 6, 2015:
After 18 months, 63 shows, 11 different countries and performing to almost 2 million people, the ‘Out There’ tour returned to Brazil last month and I was very happy to join Paul on the road for it. From the moment he was greeted by a huge crowd of frenzied fans and media at the airport in Vitória, I knew this was going to be an extraordinary trip and it did not disappoint.
Incredibly, it was Paul’s first time in Vitória and the city welcomed him with open arms. The show was set to be the area’s first-ever stadium rock concert, and I could feel the excitement in the air everywhere we went. Not least when Paul took us all out for dinner to a local restaurant on the first evening.
His arrival had already been preceded by an appearance on the front cover of ‘A Tribuna’, the largest paper in Vitória, and a journalist from the publication met me in the hotel lobby as I arrived to tell me that, despite the interview, Paul had previously done with them, they couldn’t quite believe he was going to come to the city until he walked off the plane. It was the first of several interviews Paul did to celebrate the momentous show and he also chatted with radio stations in the car on the way to the venue and talked to Vejinha magazine, a prestigious weekly lifestyle magazine which put Paul on the front cover the week after the concert.
On the day of the show itself, there were huge posters hung everywhere welcoming Paul alongside pop up merchandise stores (definitely not selling any of the official merch…!). To mark both Paul’s visit and the fact it was the area’s first stadium concert, TV network Globo ran a competition for fans to meet the man himself after his soundcheck. There were tears all round when the lucky six winners were finally introduced to Macca before many, many photos were taken!
We then discovered that even attempting a show was an achievement in itself as the stadium is only half-finished. First built for the World Cup, it was never completed so conditions were certainly challenging, but somehow it only seemed to add to the anticipation and Paul delivered the show everyone had been waiting for. The next morning, the local press all agreed it had been history in the making with Tribuna de Vitória proclaiming that “the crowd realised how incredible it was to see one of the greatest artists on the planet visiting their city,” while the Gazeta de Vitória noted that Paul himself seemed “taken aback by the genuine excitement of the audience who for the first time welcomed the Beatle to their city.”Stuart Bell
Last updated on February 6, 2021
Estádio Kléber Andrade
This was the 1st and only concert played at Estádio Kléber Andrade.
Setlist for the concert