Paul McCartney live at Pepsi Center, Denver

Sir Paul McCartney performed a concert at the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado, as part of his Up And Coming Tour.

The setlist was the same as McCartney's June concerts in Cardiff and London, apart from the substitution of Letting Go for Ram On.

McCartney had previously performed at the Pepsi Center on 7 May 2002, in support of his Driving Rain album.

Here's a clip of Eleanor Rigby from the show:

The setlist:

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2 responses on “Paul McCartney live at Pepsi Center, Denver

  1. Happy Nat

    The Nashville set list on July 26th was almost the same. Got To Get You Into My Life replaced Drive My Car and Paul also played the old 1958 Champ’s hit Tequila after I’m Looking Through You. He called a young boy from the audience during the first encore to come up to the stage and sing Get Back with him and also called up a woman during the second encore and autographed her back, directly under a tattoo she had of Paul’s Hofner bass. The idea was she was going to turn the autograph into a tattoo also. There was also some interesting remixes of McCartney/Wings/Beatles/Fireman mixes playing with a collage of photos of snapshots and memorabilia moving vertically across the video screens. This took about 30 minutes. The concert itself was an incredible 3 hours.

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