Paul McCartney Thrills At First Ever Dodger Stadium Concert
There are firsts and then their are FIRSTS. When it involves The Beatles, a band who’s impact spans decades and ultimately, is beyond measure, our expectations are huge when it comes to new releases and new tour stops.
Paul McCartney plays first ever show at Dodger Stadium.
The Fab Four live on through Paul, who’s sold out Out There tour planted it’s flag at Dodger Stadium last night and according to Setlist.Fm gave the masses at Chavez Ravine a proper welcome kicking off the evening with Eight Days A Week and going on to deliver an unforgettable performance of almost 40 songs through three sets.
The night ended appropriately and bitter sweetly with the classic Beatles song The End. The Out There tour marches on to Phoenix and then Candlestick Park later this week, where the Beatles played their last concert in 1966.
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