Denver & Salt Lake City; Setlists and Reviews

Denver & Salt Lake City; Setlists and Reviews

Tuesday 13th July, Rio Tinto Stadium, Salt Lake City

1. Venus and Mars / Rockshow
2. Jet
3. All My
Loving
4. Letting Go
5. Drive My Car
6.
Highway
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. Ive Just Seen A Face
13. And I
Love Her
14. Blackbird
15. Here Today
16. Dance
Tonight
17. Mrs Vandebilt
18. Eleanor Rigby
19.
Ram On
20. Something
21. Sing The Changes
22.
Band On The Run
23. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
24. Back In The
USSR
25. Ive Got A Feeling
26. Paperback Writer
27. A Day In The Life / Give Peace A Chance
28. Let It Be
29. Live And Let Die
30. Hey Jude

Encore
31. Day Tripper
32. Lady Madonna
33.
Get Back

Second Encore
34. Yesterday
35. Helter Skelter
36. Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band / The End

Thursday 15th July, Pepsi Center Denver

1. Venus and Mars / Rockshow
2. Jet
3. All My
Loving
4. Letting Go
5. Got To Get You Into My
Life
6. Highway
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. Im Looking Through You
13.
Two Of Us
14. Blackbird
15. Here Today
16. Dance
Tonight
17. Mrs Vandebilt
18. Eleanor Rigby
19.
Ram On
20. Something
21. Sing The Changes
22.
Band On The Run
23. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
24. Back In The
USSR
25. I’ve Got A Feeling
26.
Paperback Writer
27. A Day In The Life / Give Peace A
Chance
28. Let It Be
29. Live And Let Die
30. Hey Jude

Encore
31. Day Tripper
32. Lady Madonna
33.
Get Back

Second Encore
34. Yesterday
35. Helter Skelter
36. Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band / The End

Reviews
Sir Paul McCartney rocks Rio Tinto crowd
By
Scott Iwasaki and Amanda Mears
Deseret News

Another British invasion hit Utah Tuesday night. Sir Paul
McCartney, also known as "the cute one," stormed the Rio
Tinto Stadium stage and cranked out a set that not only spanned his
45-year music career but also included songs that formed the
soundtrack to the lives of his fans in the sold-out venue.

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McCartney delivers classics, delights crowd
By David
Burger
The Salt Lake Tribune

A still mop-topped Paul McCartney, in his first-ever appearance in
Utah, celebrated his 200th show with his crack band by demonstrating
that despite the Beatles dissolution four decades ago, his body of
work from Ive Just Seen a Face to his experimental Fireman project
sounds as fresh as if it was the first time you had heard them.

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Paul McCartney at Rio Tinto Stadium
Salt Lake City
Weekly
By Dan Nailen

Theres an unwritten pop-music rule that artists arent allowed to
age gracefully, unless they play country. Paul McCartney put a stake
through the heart of that myth Tuesday.
Proving remarkably spry
and even downright boyish at 68, McCartney led an excellent four-man
band through nearly 40 songs over the course of almost three hours at
sold-out Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy

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