- Fenway Park
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This was the fourteenth date of the “Got Back” tour and the second of two consecutive nights in Boston.
From PaulMcCartney.com, February 18, 2022:
Due to overwhelming demand, Paul has added a second date to his GOT BACK tour at Fenway Park in Boston.
From paulmccartney.com, June 22, 2022:
[…] All of which built a juggernaut of momentum and anticipation leading into night two of Paul’s 2022 Fenway series — and to say that night two did not disappoint is an understatement to end all understatements. In yet another near-three-hour tour de force — one that Glide magazine declared “a timeless hit parade” during which Boston’s “Kenmore Square was more alive than any Red Sox homestead” (whoa) — an elated Fenway was treated to the likes of buoyant takes on ‘Got To Get You Into My Life’ and ‘We Can Work It Out’, raucous renditions of ‘Come On To Me’ and ‘Queenie Eye’, and, in its first (non-soundcheck) appearance in the GOT BACK live set, ‘Jet’. This first ever public performance of the Wings classic to feature the added oomph of the Hot City Horns took flight in truly supersonic fashion, with 30,000+ passengers overjoyed to be on board for the duration.Steve Martin – Paul McCartney’s US publicist
Following a second Green Monster-shaking sequence of singalongs of ‘Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da’, ‘Hey Jude’ and so many more, it was over seemingly as quickly as it began: two nights and nearly six hours of pure alchemical joy conjured by those timeless and beloved songs echoing off the walls of Boston’s iconic ballpark had gone by in a flash, and Paul’s 2022 Fenway doubleheader was in the books.
Last updated on June 30, 2022
Setlist for the soundcheck
Setlist for the concert