When I’m 64 in Lima, Peru

Paul McCartney Setlist Estadio Monumental, Lima, Peru, Up And Coming Tour 2011

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Paul McCartney’s “Up And Coming” tour continues in 2011, and the big surprise at yesterday’s set list from the tour opening in Lima, Peru was the inclusion of “When I’m Sixty-four”. The song has not been performed live by Paul previously. This set list is updated by the people who attended the concert and remembers the songs. At one point this morning, “When I’m 64” was listed as having been played, but was later removed.

Later in the day today, the real set list was listed on Paul McCartney’s official website, along with this description of the proceedings:

“Paul made history tonight with his first ever show in Peru before 50,000 awestruck fans who had travelled from across the country for the momentous occasion.”

“The show at Peru’s largest football stadium, the Estadio Monumental in the capital city of Lima, saw Paul on his best form, delivering nearly three hours of the world’s best loved and most known music. Without even a moment’s break or as much as a sip of water, Paul delivered an incredible set list that spanned his entire unrivalled career, from The Beatles, Wings, solo material and The Fireman’s critically acclaimed album ‘Electric Arguments’. Paul, backed by his brilliant band, performed some of the world’s most famous songs including the show opener ‘Hello Goodbye’, ‘Jet’, ‘Drive My Car’, ‘Band on the Run’, ‘Live and Let Die’, ‘Hey Jude’ and ‘Yesterday’.”

“The delighted audience, made up of fans of all ages, gave Paul an equally unforgettable welcome, screaming, cheering, chanting, singing along with every word and holding up homemade banners, with many even in tears at the sight of Paul finally performing in their own country. Needless to say, fans went wild when language lover Paul even addressed them in their native Spanish!”

“I’ve had the best night of my life” said one fan, Rafael Alvarez, 31 from Arequipa. Peru. “It was better than I even dreamt it would be and I couldn’t believe I was actually watching Paul McCartney in the flesh! After tonight, I’m going to do all I can to get into his shows in Brazil because I have to see this show again.”

“It was just as exciting for Paul himself to play the country as he has hoped to come to Peru for many years. Before going on stage, the government of Peru expressed their delight at his arrival with their First Minister honouring him with the ‘Orden Del Sol’, the highest recognition in Peru. They also praised Paul for his environmental work by awarding him with the first ever ‘Orden Del Arbol Del La Quina’, while the National Library of Peru gave Paul the ‘Medal of Honour of Peruvian Culture’ – the first time they have ever given this to someone from outside Peru.”

“Part of Macca’s phenomenal Up & Coming Tour, the next show in South America will take place on Wednesday in Santiago, Chile, with two dates in Brazil later in the month. Each date involves a huge number of people working behind the scenes to ensure the audience see the best show possible on the night. With a staggering 31 trucks full of equipment including 130 speakers, there are 170 people in Paul’s crew alone, as well as 200 local workers who are employed each night. Behind the 80ft high stage at every date there are eight working offices and entirely vegetarian catering who serve around 480 meals each and every day of the tour.”

Set List

1. Hello Goodbye

2. Jet

3. All My Loving

4. Letting Go

5. Drive My Car

6. Sing The Changes

7. Let Me Roll It

8. The Long And Winding Road

9. Nineteen Hundred and Eighty Five

10. Let ‘Em In

11. My Love

12. I’ve Just Seen A Face

13. And I Love Her

14. Blackbird

15. Here Today

16. Dance Tonight

17. Mrs Vandebilt

17. Eleanor Rigby

18. Something

19. Band On The Run

20. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da

21. Back In The USSR

22. I’ve Got A Feeling

23. Paperback Writer

24. A Day In The Life / Give Peace A Chance

25. Let It Be

26. Live And Let Die

27. Hey Jude

Encore

28. Day Tripper

29. Lady Madonna

30. Get Back

Second Encore

31. Yesterday

32. Helter Skelter

33. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band / The End

4 Responses

  1. Sergio Taraddei says:

    Are you sure that Paul have play "When I'm 64?"
    In the setlist I can't see it.

  2. wogew says:

    No, I'm not sure anymore. This set list is updated by the people who attended the concert and remembers the songs. At one point this morning, "When I'm 64" was listed as having been played.

  3. Unknown says:

    No, it's just a rumour. You can find setlist on the official Macca site

    paulmccartney.com/news.php

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