Paul’s One on One tour continues

From Miami 7/7-17, photo: Al Diaz, Miami Herald

Paul McCartney’s “One on One” tour continues after a couple of months off the road. The new part of the tour started in Miami, Florida on Ringo’s birthday, which prompted Paul to dedicate “Birthday” to both Ringo and Paul’s late dad, James.

In an interview prior to the show, Paul had promised two-three surprises, and these were probably “Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” (Paul had sergeant stripes on his jacket, see photo), “I Wanna Be Your Man” (usually a Ringo song) and possibly “Love Me Do”?

The set list:

1. A Hard Day’s Night

2. Save Us

3. Can’t Buy Me Love

4. Letting Go

5. Temporary Secretary

6. Let Me Roll It

7. I’ve Got a Feeling

8. My Valentine

9. Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five

10. Maybe I’m Amazed

11. We Can Work It Out

12. In Spite of All the Danger

13. You Won’t See Me

14. Love Me Do

15. And I Love Her

16. Blackbird

17. Here Today

18. Queenie Eye

19. New

20. The Fool on the Hill

21. Lady Madonna

22. FourFiveSeconds

23. Eleanor Rigby

24. I Wanna Be Your Man

25. Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!

26. Something

27. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da

28. Band on the Run

29. Back in the U.S.S.R.

30. Let It Be

31. Live and Let Die

32. Hey Jude


33. Yesterday

34. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)

35. Hi, Hi, Hi

36. Birthday

37. Golden Slumbers / Carry That Weight / The End

The songs divide up like this: 24 from The Beatles, 1 from The Quarry Men, 3 from the last studio album (New, 2013) and 4 more from the solo albums, 6 from Wings, 1 from Rihanna. No fans were asked up on the stage during this concert. The soundcheck went like this:

1. Jam

2. Matchbox

3. Flaming Pie

4. All My Loving

5. C Moon

6. Let ’em In

7. Alligator

8. Things We Said Today

9. Ram On

10. Midnight Special

11. Lady Madonna

12.  Lady Madonna

Photo: Al Diaz, Miami Herald

A slideshow with more photos from Miami can be found here.

The tour continues tonight in Tampa, Florida. This is how the rest of the tour looks like, as of now:


7: Miami, Florida – American Airlines Arena

10: Tampa, Florida – Amalie Arena

13: Duluth, Georgia – Infinite Energy Arena

15: Bossier City, Louisiana – CenturyLink Center

17: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – Chesapeake Energy Center

19: Wichita, Kansas – INTRUST Bank Arena

21: Des Moines, Iowa – Wells Fargo Arena

23: Omaha, Nebraska – CenturyLink Center

25: Tinley Park, Illinois – Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre

Followed by a break of a month and a half, perhaps a good time to release the upcoming solo album?


11: Newark, New Jersey – Prudential Center

12: Newark, New Jersey – Prudential Center

15: New York, New York – Madison Square Garden

17: New York, New York – Madison Square Garden

19: Brooklyn, New York – Barclays Center

21: Brooklyn, New York – Barclays Center

23: Syracuse, New York – Carrier Dome

26: Uniondale, New York – Nassau Coliseum

27: Uniondale, New York – Nassau Coliseum


1: Detroit, Michigan – Little Caesars Arena

2: Detroit, Michigan – Little Caesars Arena

Goodbye North-America – hello South America:

13: Porto Alegre, Brazil – Estádio Beira-Rio

15: São Paulo, Brazil – Allianz Parque

17: Belo Horizonte,Brazil – Mineirão Stadium

20: Salvador, Brazil – Itaipava Arena Fonte Nova

24: Colombia – Atanasio Girardot Stadium

28: Mexico City, Mexico – Estadio Azteca

Time off in November, well so far no dates announced. Finally it’s time for a belated visit to New Zealand and Australia – countries not visited by Paul since the “New World Tour” back in 1993. A couple of concerts planned for Melbourne fourteen years ago were cancelled, so it’s about time he made up for this. The Australian dates sold well, so a couple of extra dates were added after the first shows sold out very quickly.


2: Perth, Australia, nib Stadium

5: Melbourne, Australia – AAMI Park

6: Melbourne, Australia – AAMI Park

9: Brisbane, Australia – Suncorp Stadium

11: Sydney, Australia – Qudos Bank Arena

12: Sydney, Australia – Qudos Bank Arena

16: Auckland, New Zealand – Mt Smart Stadium

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2 Responses

  1. Brian Fried says:

    I think the new album will come in November.
    This way he doesn't pull away from the excitement of Ringo's LP in September.
    And he can rehearse new songs ahead of the next wave of shows.

    Besides, August may be family time, since no one will be in school.

  2. Unknown says:

    13: Duluth, Minnesota – Infinite Energy Arena

    No, it's Duluth, Georgia.

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