Paul McCartney live at Estádio do Morumbi, São Paulo, Brazil

Sir Paul McCartney continued the South American leg of his Up And Coming Tour with a concert at the Estádio do Morumbi in São Paulo, Brazil before 65,000 people. It was the first of two consecutive shows at the venue.

Here's the performance of Let It Be:

At the end of the concert, as he left the stage, McCartney tripped and fell. He was reportedly unharmed.

The setlist was almost identical to that of his 7 November 2010 concert at Estádio Beira Rio in Porto Alegre, Brazil, although on this occasion he didn't perform Ram On.

The setlist:

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One response on “Paul McCartney live at Estádio do Morumbi, São Paulo, Brazil

  1. Fabio

    Considered by Paul “one of our top shows ever”! 🙂

    Comment on São Paulo, Nov 21 Show:

    “Could you pick one live moment of the year as a stand out highlight? It’s been an incredible year…

    It’s been an incredible year, I think you’ve got, I would pick two. I think Sao Paulo, 65,000 people the first show was amazing the Brazilian people love their music and so we love to play to them and it was a stand out show. It was one of our top shows ever, and it was just brilliant, the audience was bananas and we have a great evening. And then I think you know you come down to the East room in the White House, smaller but just as great because of the Obamas’ and the guests who were on the show so we had a great evening there too so I would choose those two.”


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