Wednesday, September 15, 2010

The ex-Beatle Paul McCartney will come to Sao Paulo in November!

The Ex-Beatle will be in Sao Paulo for just two concerts in Brazil, part of his tour that will also include Chile and Argentina.

Finally, the final chapter of the soap opera about the Paul McCartney's visit to Brazil was revealed. The former Beatle will be back to the country in November for two concerts only in São Paulo. The dates are not scheduled yet, but it will be likely around November 10th and 11th, and the intended location is the Morumbi Stadium.

Speculation about the visit of McCartney has been taking over the media for months. The confirmation reached the journalist José Norberto Flesch through a source close to the Paul McCartney.

The presentations are part of the Paul's "Up and Coming" Tour, which began in USA in March. The Paul's last visit to Brazil was 17 years ago. He also came up in 1990, for a concert in Rio.

According to the journalist Ale Rocha, the McCartney's team gave up the Praça da Apoteose for a possible concert in Rio. Since Maracanã Stadium is closed to get ready to the World Cup, there was no alternative, and both concerts planned for the country were organized to Sao Paulo.

A three-hour concert
In U.S., Paul has made presentations lasting up to three hours. The concert repertoire have pyrotechnics and passes the singer's career since the days of the Beatles.

The opening is usually a sequence with "Venus and Mars," "Rock Show" and "Jet", in that order. Throughout the night, it brings songs like "Let it Be," "Band on the Run," "All My Loving," "Blackbird," "Something," "My Love" and "Live and Let Die."

Paul sings about 35 songs. If nothing changes, the last before the first encore, will be "Hey Jude". Then he returns to stage with "Day Tripper," "Lady Madonna" and "Get Back". In the second encore will bring "Yesterday", "Helter Skelter" and "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band / The End."
[source: josé norberto flesch]

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