Paul McCartney live at Minute Maid Park, Houston

The 33rd show of Sir Paul McCartney's On The Run tour took place at the Minute Maid Park in Houston, Texas.

The venue opened as Enron Field in 2000, but two years later was renamed Astros Field. Later that year it became the Minute Maid Park, but is also known as the Juice Box or the Ballpark at Union Station. It is the home of the Houston Astros baseball team.

Here's a clip of the Live And Let Die finale:

Towards the end of the show McCartney held a Texas flag aloft, to cheers from the crowd.

McCartney's band was Paul 'Wix' Wickens (vocals, keyboards, guitar, percussion, harmonica), Brian Ray (vocals, guitar, bass), Rusty Anderson (vocals, guitar) and Abe Laboriel Jr (vocals, drums).

The setlist:

Previous On The Run tour dates:

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One response on “Paul McCartney live at Minute Maid Park, Houston

  1. GeorgeTSimpson

    Everyone who saw this concert or any other by paul is very lucky. I have only seen billions of concert videos and I hope he will come to vienna (or munich which is near enough to go there for a paul concert) again sometime

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