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Paul McCartney in Brazil: everything you need to know for the shows

Singer Paul McCartney is already among us and just hours away from presenting the “Got Back” tour to Brazilians. This Tuesday (28), fans of the ex-Beatle woke up to a surprise: the announcement of an extra and intimate show at Clube do Choro, a show space that holds 420 people, in Brasília. Tickets were very limited and according to Paul’s production, cell phones will not be allowed.

The “Got Back” tour began in the United States in April 2022 – the same year that Paul performed at the historic festival in Glastonbury, England, after 18 years. Before arriving in Brazil, Paul was in Mexico and shared images of the shows on his social networks:

According to the Eventim, the official website for Paul’s sales in Brazil, the singer is excited and guarantees that fans will have a lot of fun with the shows: “We have great memories of all our visits to the country. I love going to Brazil because you like rock, singing and partying at the same time.”

There will be eight performances in five different cities and some tickets are still available. At 81 years old, Sir Paul maintains his good humor and breath while performing almost 3 hours of show, with more than 30 songs in his repertoire. This year’s “Got Back” agenda has as its last performance the show that takes place at the Maracanã Stadium, in Rio de Janeiro – the place where the singer gathered a record audience of 184 thousand people in the 90s.

Check out Paul McCartney’s concert dates in Brazil:

  • 11/30 – Brasília, DF – Arena BRB Mané Garrincha
  • 03/12 – Belo Horizonte, MG – Arena MRV
  • 04/12 – Belo Horizonte, MG – Arena MRV
  • 07/12 – São Paulo, SP – Allianz Parque
  • 09/12 – São Paulo, SP – Allianz Parque
  • 10/12 – São Paulo, SP – Allianz Parque
  • 13/12 – Curitiba, PR – Couto Pereira Stadium
  • 12/16 – Rio de Janeiro, RJ – Maracanã Stadium

What time do the gates open?

In Brasília, the gates open at 4:30 pm. In Belo Horizonte, São Paulo and Curitiba it will be possible to enter the show location at 4 pm. In Rio de Janeiro, the gates open at 5pm.

What time do the shows start?

In Brasília, the show starts at 8:30 pm. In Belo Horizonte, São Paulo and Curitiba, Paul takes the stage at 8pm. In Rio, the presentation starts at 9pm.

Check out the possible setlist for the shows in Brazil:

  1. Can’t Buy Me Love (The Beatles) or A Hard Day’s Night (The Beatles)
  2. Junior’s Farm (Wings)
  3. Letting Go (Wings)
  4. She’s a Woman (The Beatles)
  5. Got to Get You Into My Life (The Beatles)
  6. Come On to Me
  7. Let Me Roll It (Wings, with excerpt from “Foxy Lady” by Jimi Hendrix)
  8. Getting Better (The Beatles)
  9. Let ‘Em In (Wings)
  10. My Valentine
  11. Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five (Wings)
  12. Maybe I’m Amazed
  13. I’ve Just Seen a Face (The Beatles)
  14. In Spite of All the Danger (The Quarrymen)
  15. Love Me Do (The Beatles)
  16. Dance Tonight
  17. Blackbird (The Beatles)
  18. Here Today
  19. New
  20. Lady Madonna (The Beatles)
  21. Fuh You
  22. You Never Give Me Your Money (The Beatles)
  23. She Came in Through the Bathroom Window (The Beatles)
  24. Jet (Wings)
  25. Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite! (The Beatles)
  26. Something (The Beatles)
  27. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da (The Beatles)
  28. Band on the Run (Wings)
  29. Get Back (The Beatles)
  30. Let It Be (The Beatles)
  31. Live and Let Die (Wings)
  32. Hey Jude (The Beatles)
  33. I’ve Got a Feeling (The Beatles)
  34. Birthday (The Beatles)
  35. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise) (The Beatles)
  36. Helter Skelter (The Beatles)
  37. Golden Slumbers (The Beatles)
  38. Carry That Weight (The Beatles)
  39. The End (The Beatles)

The love for Brazil is so great that the former Beatle even composed a song in honor of our country in 2018. Will fans have the chance to hear the song live? Check out the clip:



Source: CNN Brasil

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