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Hello,

I bought early entrance tickets for the 1st show and I just wondering if anyone had any tips on what time soundcheck usually is? I was gonna go down there and hopefully get in.
Do you think it's possible?

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nobodytoldme:

Yahllil:Hello,

I bought early entrance tickets for the 1st show and I just wondering if anyone had any tips on what time soundcheck usually is? I was gonna go down there and hopefully get in.
Do you think it's possible?

Only if you have the art of bluffing mastered. Just the "early entrance" ticket won't get you in before the doors open for the concert itself.

Do you know when the doors open for the early entrance tickets?

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nobodytoldme:

Yahllil:
nobodytoldme:
Yahllil:Hello,

I bought early entrance tickets for the 1st show and I just wondering if anyone had any tips on what time soundcheck usually is? I was gonna go down there and hopefully get in.
Do you think it's possible?

Only if you have the art of bluffing mastered. Just the "early entrance" ticket won't get you in before the doors open for the concert itself.

Do you know when the doors open for the early entrance tickets?

No clue. Guess you come in from a different entrance a few minutes before the rest of the crowd will join.

Got it, thanks

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I know it'll never be like that, but that my ultimate setlist for a concert (I will finally see Paul at the 1st Amsterdam show!):

Venus and Mars/Rock Show
Jet
All My Loving
Save Us
Junior?s Farm
Let Me Roll It
Got to Get You Into My Life
Please Please Me
The Long And Winding Road
Nineteen Hundred Eighty Five
Maybe I?m Amazed
Souvenir
I Saw Her Standing There
Silly Love Songs
Beware My Love
Getting Closer
We Can Work It Out
New
Queenie eye
Press
Another Day
And I Love Her
Eleanor Rigby
Bluebird
Hope of Deliverance
Band On The Run
Back In The USSR
Ob-La-Di-Ob-La-Da
Let It Be
Live And Let Die
Hey Jude
Lady Madonna
C?mon people
Here, There and Everywhere
Blackbird
Michelle
Day Tripper
Goodnight Tonight
Penny Lane
Helter Skelter
Yesterday
Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight/The End

What do you think? What's yours?

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5th-beatle:

glass_0ni0n:He HAS to play In Liverpool at the Echo Arena, surely! ;)

That would be very nice, but he sang that one back in 2008.
However, every time he plays in his hometown he does either a rare early rock and roll song (Maggie May, Honey Hush, Hippy Hippy Shake) or something else that is unique (Penny Lane, Mull Of Kintyre, I Lost My Little Girl, In Liverpool, the 1990 premiere of that Lennon Medley, the 2008 premiere of A Day In The Life), so I'm expecting another rarity.
Maybe the premiere of Early Days, and also One After 909?

Heart of the country I hope

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Run Devil Run is the only McCartney album I don't like.

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5th-beatle:Based on the first two Tokyo nights, I believe he will do Can't Buy Me Love on June 07 and All My Loving on June 08.

Spoiler...

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5th-beatle:

Yahllil:Spoiler...

Sorry, it's just a guess. The setlist will provably pretty much the same at all UK/EU shows, anyway.

Yes, I know, but I expect to some surprises

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nobodytoldme:

Yahllil:
5th-beatle:
Yahllil:Spoiler...

Sorry, it's just a guess. The setlist will provably pretty much the same at all UK/EU shows, anyway.

Yes, I know, but I expect to some surprises

Then you will be disappointed ;).

Do you think so? So I just try to forget the setlist so maybe I'll be surprised at the concert

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nobodytoldme:

Yahllil:
nobodytoldme:
Yahllil:
5th-beatle:
Yahllil:Spoiler...

Sorry, it's just a guess. The setlist will provably pretty much the same at all UK/EU shows, anyway.

Yes, I know, but I expect to some surprises

Then you will be disappointed ;).

Do you think so? So I just try to forget the setlist so maybe I'll be surprised at the concert

McCartney is playing the same setlist throughout a whole tour, including pre-rehearsed pre-song stories, down to the dot. If you go to multiple dates to see an artist from multiple creative sides or have hopes of a rare show with unique setlist choices, there are a lot of artists who are worth following for that, but McCartney is not one. In all, the only thing he will rotate during the two dates in Amsterdam are the predictable openers and the way things are looking 2 or 3 songs throughout, all songs played regularly.

Though, if you can judge things on the whole, while being there in person, and not checking of a list of songs, it's still one of the best shows on earth, and you are are in for an absolute treat. So yes, forget about peeking the setlist, and enjoy in Amsterdam!

That's what I'll do! Thanks!

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