Paul McCartney is about halfway through his “Got Back” stadium tour. He is set to play Hard Rock Live in Hollywood Florida, before making a couple more southern stops and then going to the northeast.

A review for McCartney’s Oakland, California show at the beginning of May said the concert had the perfect balance of nostalgia for McCartney’s old classics as part of The Beatles, and some of his newer songs from the album III.

The review also mentioned that fans of McCartney should be able to expect some impressive production quality on display for the show. He said McCartney was surrounded by massive video screens displaying trippy imagery, and the show began with a video showing a massive tower growing from the ground that represented McCartney’s career.

Here’s a clip from the performance, captured by critic Roman Gokhman, seemingly beginning to film right after McCartney took the stage for the first time. “Tonight we’ve got some old songs for you, some new songs, and some in-between ones,” McCartney told the crowd before launching into “Letting Go.”

McCartney also seemed reflective according to Gokhman. The rocker took several pregnant pauses throughout his set, and said at one point “I want to take a moment to drink it in.” Click here for tickets if you still want a chance to see McCartney live.

“Got Back” Remaining Shows

May 25 – Hollywood, Florida – Hard Rock Live

May 28 – Orlando, Florida – Camping World Stadium

May 31 – Knoxville, Tennessee – Thompson-Boling Arena

June 4 – Syracuse, New Yor, – Carrier Dome

June 7 – Boston, Massachusetts – Fenway Park

June 12 – Baltimore, Maryland – Orioles Park

June 16 – East Rutherford, New Jersey – MetLife Stadium

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