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From paulmccartney.com, November 29, 2018:
I love Argentina. We’ve got so many incredible memories from playing there. It’s always such fun so we know we’ve got another memorable experience coming our way. We’re coming back with a new tour with some stuff we’ve never done in Argentina before. So be sure to come along.We want to see you there for a great night of rock n’ roll and partying!Paul McCartney
From Los Andes, March 24, 2019 (auto-translated from Spanish):
The former Beatle took the stage at 21, but those who arrived early could enjoy the shows of his opening acts: the Argentine singer Victoria Bernardi (at 19) and the American DJ Chris Holmes (at 20).
As it happened with other Argentine musicians in the three previous occasions in which Paul McCartney played in Argentina (as Nito Mestre, Kuelgue, Las Rositas and Andrés Ciro Martínez), this time the chosen one as lead singer was the singer Victoria Bernardi, who Only 20 years old was given the luxury to step on the same stage as the former Beatle.
Victoria’s professional career began in 2015, when she reached the final of the reality show “Elegidos” (Telefe). Then she was still in high school but she was already saying: “My dream is to live on music. My goal is to be a recognized singer . ” Since then she has been advancing in the music scene step by step: she has added presences in festivals such as Lollapalooza and Cosquín Rock and in 2018 hepresented his first album, called “Sólo sé”.
From SwissInfo, March 24, 2019 (auto-translated from Spanish):
[…] “We’re going to have a good time, there’s a party in Buenos Aires,” McCartney said at one point during the night and added to the ovation of “oh, oh, oh” from the audience, which he later called “capo” and “grosso.” , joking with his Spanish.
Dressed in white shirt, jeans and black jacket, the 76-year-old musician impeccably interpreted one topic after another without any sign of fatigue, conversing with a contemporary audience but also teenagers, parents and children. […]
The highest moment of the night was when he played the song “Live and Let Die”, lighting the stage with orange smoke that rose to the sky turned into fireworks.
McCartney had the audience sing with the last song of the night “Hey Jude”, first men, then women, at the end all together to finally leave the stage. But the audience kept on singing, so the musician came back and asked: “Do you want more?”
For the farewell, McCartney took the stage waving the Argentine flag and displaying his magic again by choosing an effective track of songs that began with “Birthday” and “Sargent Peppers Lonely Heart Club Band” and ended with “Helter Skelter”, “Golden Slumbers” “and” The End “.
Last updated on April 6, 2019
This was the 1st and only concert played at Polo Ground.
Setlist for the soundcheck
Setlist for the concert