Montevideo, Apr 16 (Prensa Latina) Paul McCartney will continue his South American tour of Paraguay, after dazzling Uruguayans for almost three hours at the capital's Centenario Stadium on Sunday. The stadium, where a 70 meter-wide and a six-story tall stage was built, hosted more than 50,000 spectators who sang anthologicals songs such as Let It Be, Yesterday and Hello Goodbye.
Other hundreds of fans were able to follow part of the concert on a giant screen located in front of the Esplanande of the Municipality of Montevideo, while the departments of Maldonado (east) and Rivera (northeast) received signals on line.
Uruguay surrendered to the magic of Paul McCartney, who rocked the Centenario Stadium. Thanks Paul and Paul McCartney Sang at the Centenario were some of the headlines published by major newspapers and on the Internet on Monday.
The reports agree that the presentation by the famous musician, 69, was a historic moment for the cultural life of this country that lived a real Beatlemania during the days before the show.
The tour On the Run, which began on Sunday night in Montevideo has Paraguay as second stage, and includes performances in Brazil and Colombia.
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