Wednesday, March 16, 2016

The best Paul McCartney One On One Tour day-by-day story coverage

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Here's the list of officially announced One on One Tour dates. Need tickets? Tickets for McCartney's North America One On One Tour shows are available here and also here (orders over $300 on this link get a $10 discount by using the code TNTIX). Additionally, you can get tickets at this link for every one of McCartney's One and One Tour shows both inside and outside of the U.S.  
  1. April 13: Save Mart Center, Fresno, California 
  2. April 15: Moda Center, Portland, Oregon 
  3. April 17: Key Arena, Seattle, Washington
  4. April 19: Rogers Arena, Vancouver, British Columbia
  5. April 20: Rogers Arena, Vancouver, British Columbia
  6. April 30: Verizon Arena, Little Rock, Arkansas
  7. May 2: Denny Sanford Premier Center, Sioux Falls, South Dakota
  8. May 4: Target Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  9. May 5: Target Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  10. May 15: Alberto Kempes Stadium, Córdoba, Argentina 
  11. May 17: Estadio Unico de la Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina (Tickets here.)
  12. May 19: Estadio Unico de la Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina (Tickets here.)
  13. May 28: Esprit Arena, Dusseldorf, Germany (Tickets here.)
  14. May 30: Accor Arena, Bercy, Paris, France (Tickets here.)
  15. June 2: Vicente Calderon Stadium, Madrid, Spain (Tickets here.)
  16. June 10: Olympic Stadium, Munich, Germany (Tickets here.)
  17. June 12, Pinkpop Festival, Landgraaf, The Netherlands (Tickets here.)
  18. June 14: Waldbuhne, Berlin, Germany (Tickets here.)
  19. June 16: 02 Arena, Prague, The Czech Republic (Tickets here.)
  20. June 24: Bergenhus Fortress, Bergen, Norway (Tickets here.)
  21. June 25: Mulberry Inn, London (charity show. Liverpool Echo story)
  22. June 27: Jyske Bank Boxen, Herning, Denmark (Tickets here.)
  23. June 30: Rock Werchter, Werchter, Belgium. (Tickets here.)
  24. July 8: SummerFest, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Tickets here and here.) 
  25. July 10: US Bank Arena, Cincinnati, Ohio (Tickets here and here.) 
  26. July 12: Citizens Bank Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Tickets here and here.) 
  27. July 17: Fenway Park, Boston Massachusetts (Tickets here and here.) 
  28. July 19: Hersheypark Stadium, Hershey, Pennsylvania (Tickets here and here.) 
  29. July 21: FirstOntario Centre, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada (Tickets here and here.) 
  30. Aug. 7: MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey (Tickets here and here.) 
  31. Aug. 9: Verizon Center, Washington, D.C. (Tickets here and here.) 
  32. Aug. 10: Verizon Center, Washington, D.C. (Tickets here and here.) 
  33. Aug. 13: Busch Stadium, St. Louis, Missouri (Tickets here and here.) 
  34. Aug. 15: Van Andel Arena, Grand Rapids, Michigan (Tickets here and here.) 
  35. Aug. 17: Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, Ohio (Tickets here and here.)  
  36. Aug. 18: Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, Ohio (Tickets here and here.) 
  37. Oct. 4: Golden 1 Center, Sacramento, California (Tickets here and here.) 
  38. Oct. 5: Golden 1 Center, Sacramento, California (Tickets here and here.) 
  39. Oct. 8: Desert Trip, Indio, California (Tickets here.)
  40. Oct. 15: Desert Trip, Indio, California (Tickets here.)
SPOILERS! -- Paul McCartney's basic One On One Tour set list. Set list changes listed at bottom.

“A Hard Day's Night”
“Save Us”
“Can't Buy Me Love”
“Letting Go”
“Temporary Secretary”
“Let Me Roll It”
“I've Got A Feeling”
“My Valentine”
“Nineteen Hundred And Eighty Five”
“Here, There, And Everywhere”
“Maybe I'm Amazed”
“We Can Work It Out”
“In Spite Of All The Danger”
“You Won't See Me”
“Love Me Do (tribute to Sir George Martin)
“And I Love Her”
“Here Today”
“Queenie Eye”
“Fool On The Hill”
“Lady Madonna”
“Eleanor Rigby”
“Being For The Benefit Of Mr Kite”
“Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da”
“Band On The Run”
“Back In The USSR”
“Let It Be”
“Live And Let Die”
“Hey Jude”
Encore: “Yesterday”
“Hi Hi Hi”
“Abbey Road” medley: “She Came In Through the Bathroom Window”/“Golden Slumbers”/“Carry That Weight”/“The End”

Additions and subtractions to set list:
  • April 17: In Seattle, "Helter Skelter" with guest Krist Novoselic of Nirvana added after "Birthday."
  • April 19: In Vancouver (first night), Diana Krall guested on piano on "My Valentine." 
  • April 19: In Vancouver (first night), "Mull of Kintyre" was performed with the Delta Police Pipe Band after "Hi Hi Hi."
  • April 20: In Vancouver (second night), "Mull of Kintyre" was performed again after "Hi Hi Hi." "Birthday" omitted.
  • April 20: In Vancouver (second night), after "Mull of Kintyre," Jimmy Fallon joined in on "I Saw Her Standing There."
  • May 4 and 5 in Minneapolis: At both shows, "Let's Go Crazy" was performed as a tribute to Prince after "Hi Hi Hi."
  • May 17 in Buenos Aires: At this first show in Buenos Aires, Paul McCartney allowed, at her request, a 10-year-old girl musician to play bass with him. They played on "Get Back," which, wasn't included on the official set list. According to, it followed "Yesterday" in the encore. (See this story for more details.)
  • May 19 in Buenos Aires (second night): The encore featured "Jet" after "Yesterday" in place of both "Get Back" and "Hi Hi Hi."  
  • May 28 in Dusseldorf, Germany: "Hi Hi Hi" was added in the encore after "Yesterday," and "Jet" was omitted.
  • May 30 in Paris: "Michelle" added to the Paris show after "FourFive Seconds."
  • June 2 in Madrid: Same set list as Paris except for "Michelle," which was not played.
  • June 12 at Pinkpop Festival: Not played: "Temporary Secretary," "You Won't See Me," "And I Love Her," "Queenie Eye" and "Fool on the Hill." One addition was "Ram On" before "Something." 
  • June 14 in Berlin: The tour returned to a full set list. 

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