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McCartney does not need over the top presentations, and just his presence would be enough for the 40,000 plus people at Allianz Park crowded (completely sold out) to revere him. Before the performance even began, right when the master of the party appeared on stage, the screen already displayed images of thousands of fans crying.Globo, Brazil
From UOL, March 28, 2019 (translated from Portuguese):
Paul McCartney started his farewell in São Paulo at 8:46 pm on Wednesday, 27. A show that would make him cry. It was Paul’s ninth trip to the Country that he visits most after the United States. His machine worked with several changes over the first night, on Tuesday, 26. Faced with a crowded Allianz Park, in its 40,000 seats, Paul opened with A Hard Day’s Night , causing a strong impact on his audience. They followed after Can’t Buy me Love, Letting Go and the new Who Cares. […]
And there he goes to the piano, his third station (the songs to the steel guitar and the guitar are the two faces), to do Let ‘Em In, of the Wings. Something made Paul really thrill at this point. He touched with tears, looking at his musicians tenderly and letting his voice fail with emotion. When he finished, he wiped his eyes before one of them fell, said that his wife Nancy Shevell was in the room and sang to her My Valentine. His voice was still choked. He just went to recover with the next song. Then came another one that was not on Tuesday, We Can Work It Out. […]
Last updated on April 6, 2019
Setlist for the concert