There are many upcoming shows for this lucky 2020, but if you can choose... what about your ideal setlist?
I have no doubts: I imagine a live show that starts with strong rock songs, with gems never heard before performed live. Space enough to range over the dacades, with a representative selection of each period of time. And... considering that I'm just playing with my imagination... some songs that speaks about me (Mamunia, Jenny Wren).
1) Venus and Mars / Rockshow2) Rockestra Theme3) Angry (remix)4) Monkberry Moon Delight5) Red Rose Speedway Medley6) Maybe I'm Amazed7) For No One8) Jenny Wren9) My Soul10) Get Enough11) Got To Get You Into My Life12) Band On The Run13) Getting Closer14) Here Today15) My Brave Face16) Figure Of Eight17) Cosmically Conscious18) Backwards Traveller19) Beware My Love20) Only Mama Nnows21) Queenie Eye22) Despite Repeated Warnings23) Dance Till We're High24) Fine Line25) In A Hurry26) I Don't Know27) Mamunia28) Coming up29) Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (reprise)30) A Day In The Life
Encore:31) Live And Let Die32) Beautiful Night33) Same Love34) Loveliest Thing35) Hey Jude
Encore 2:36) She Loves You37) Golden Slumbers38) Carry That Weight39) The End40) Her Majesty
Very creative setlist Mamunia. I would be at this type of McCartney show in a heartbeat and would travel a great amount of air distance. I like the fact that it is so "Solo Macca" concentrated.
I am unfortunately more of a realist. I love all the relatively "unknown" gems on your list, but I would worry that with the state of Paul's current vocals, I might be very disappointed with the way some of these songs might sound. Songs like "Monkberry Moon Delight", "Beware My Love" or "Angry" might sound totally different than their studio counterparts. A song like "Despite Repeated Warnings" (which I really like on Egypt Station) might be way too long. And a song like "Beautiful Night" which I love, just wouldn't come off nearly as well with his current voice. And Paul had a difficult time singing "Jenny Wren" in 2005 during his Chaos and Creation tour. He also might have a great deal of difficulty with songs that I love like "My Brave Face" and "Getting Closer". I admit I could be wrong but he would need tremendous help from his bandmates.
And I love, love many on your list like "I Don't Know" and "In A Hurry". I decided to choose not to go to his latest US dates because in my opinion, his setlist in general got way to stale and repetititious (and with the same stories). At the same time, I do understand that with his age and current vocals, he had to stay with a heavy Beatles' setlist with songs that everyone in the audience knows. With all the "sing along type songs" he smartly realized that he had to rely much less with his voice and the fans (mainly Beatles' oriented) wanted to hear their favorite Bealtes' songs. In general he wanted the audience to have a great time. I give Paul credit for that aspect of his current shows. That is why he continues to play all the "sing along" Beatle songs like Can't Buy Me Love, Love Me Do, From Me to You, Ob-La-Di, Birthday, Hey Jude etc. Everybody knows them and they all sing along. Even some of his solo songs in his setlist are easy for him to sing like Let Em In and Dance Tonight.
While I love your setlist, I don't think anything close to yours will happen. In 2020, we will probably get pretty much the same as 2018 and 2019. My only hope is that we will get a couple more from Egypt Station like "I Don't Know, People Want Peace, Confidante or Happy With You.