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I saw the Beatles in 1966, ticket price was $5.50. I saw McCartney in Columbia SC in 2015 and in Greenville SC in 2019...tickets...priceless. If you have an opportunity to see this musical genius perform, you should definitely go. He puts on a great show. 38 songs, nearly 3 hours. No other rock band does that. Paul's voice shows he's nearing 77 years of age, but HIS ability to play multiple instruments without missing a note is amazing. His back up band is tight and Paul interacts well with the audience. I only hope Paul and I last long enough for me to see him perform one more time.
L Hill from Dallas, Texas
A MUST SEE
I have seen Paul three times now. Every time was different and unique. He plays instruments better than ever and his band 2 of which have been with him for close to 30 years is an amazing band. The only complaint I had was the music was turned up louder than the vocals, so if you didn't know the words to a song you were lost as to what was being sung, the exceptions were the couple numbers where it was just Paul and the piano, which showed his voice was still great.
Hey Jude was amazing as the audience sang the song, chilling to here 40,000 singing the song
If you get the chance to catch him again it is a must see show, nearly three hours and non-stop hits
Steven Saunders from Oklahoma
we are fortunate to have an artist of Paul McCartney"s class , to use a sports metaphor, he left it all on the field.
Jan S from Phoenix, Arizona
A Great concert, a Great Artist, an even Greater storyteller of our lives, that's MACCA.
Kevin from Las Vegas, Nevada
GREAT CONCERT FRIDAY EVENING IN VEGAS
Paul McCartney brought a fine band with him for a 2-hour and 45 minute, non-stop concert. He covered all aspects of his musical career with gusto. The band enjoyed playing together and it was seen in their faces. Paul is a master as selecting appropriate songs and built to a rousing encore-climax featuring Steven Tyler in a duet, performing Helter Skelter. Paul is genuinely gracious and tells wonderful stories. Unlike other reported venues on his current tour, the sound was fine and the vocals and instruments were crisp and clear. The lighting added to the spectacle. He's a great gift to our planet and as such is priceless. I'm glad I saw him. At 76 or 77 years old, he looks trim and strong.
Jimmy from Las Vegas, Nevada
WOW!!! Best concert EVER!!! No kidding, mates!!! Even at 77 Paul rocks big time and never disappointed. AMAZED at Pauls genious musicianship and his band was amazing along with him. A liitle bit of everything including great pyrotechnics, lasers and best of all Sir Paul and LOUD ROCK N ROLL!
Bob Brutout from Las Vegas, Nevada
BEST CONCERT I CAN REMEMBER.
I'm 65 and have lived in Las Vegas for 15 years. In that time period I've seen over 200 major acts preform. From 50's acts to current day artists. None of them have impressed me as much as the Paul McCartney concert ay Y-Mobile in Las Vegas on Friday, June 28th. The sound was amazing. Paul's vocals rang out like those of a twenty ear old. He performed for three hours. Quite an accomplish for a 77 years old. man. His song collection generously included over 40 songs, including included the best hits of yesterday along with current releases. The audience knew all the words and sang along. If you see no other concert in your life, Paul McCartney is one that can't be missed
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