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First live rendition by Paul McCartney
From paulmccartney.com, November 29, 2018:
What a great way to start 2019 with a trip to Chile! I can’t believe it’s almost five years since our last shows there. We’ve always had such an amazing time on our visits and the people of Chile really know how to party and are always so welcoming. Can’t wait to see you in March.Paul McCartney
From TELE13, March 20, 2019 (auto-translated from Spanish):
The energy of Paul McCartney lies about his age. The British musician does not notice his well-worn 76 years at the time of taking the stage and presenting himself again to his audience.
After little more than 3 months without playing live – making a brief pause on his ” Freshen Up” tour that concluded his 2018 in mid-December in London – the longed for return placed him face to face with his Chilean fans at the point of departure of the South American section of the tour.
9:19 pm Arms raised and, immediately, “A hard day’s night” , that classic of The Beatles that until recently had more than 50 years without interpreting it live. “Hola, chilenos y chilenas. Bacán verlos de nuevo,” said the bassist, as soon as the second song of his repertoire was finished, to counterattack with “Can not buy me love” and re-read a tender paper located at his feet to help him with the language: “Tonight I will try to speak some words in Spanish.”
[…] Paul McCartney mentioned that there were “special guests” to then say in Spanish “greet the President” , referring to Sebastián Piñera who was with his cabinet in one of the most exclusive locations on the map of the concert. [which led the crowd to apparently boo the president!]
The rehearsal was held the same day before the concert.
Last updated on April 6, 2019
This was the 1st and only concert played at National Stadium.
Setlist for the rehearsal
Setlist for the concert