Here's one report below...
"Paul McCartneyappeared on stage in a black suit, the jacket with a Beatlesque Nehru collar, and wearing black boots. His one announced "wardrobe change" for the evening came when he removed his suit jacket after "Flaming Pie."
Here's an article from Maccablog...
"The setlist was identical to N.Y, with one exception.
After "Calico Skies," Paul noted that someone here in a certain house in Washington might want to sing this, and he played "Michelle." At the end of the song, he said, "That's for you, Mr. President."
I thought overall his voice was strong, and he delivered well on "I'm Down," which would really test him with the high notes. There were a few scripted bits of banter between songs, such as the familiar story about George and the ukelele on "Something." After "Foxy Lady" he noted how Jimi Hendrix heard the "Sgt Pepper" album on a Friday and was performing it in concert two days later.
He kept his emotions in check after dedicating "Here Today" to John.
At the end of that song, he quipped he needed to change the suicidal mood , and pulled out the mandolin for "Dance Tonight." "Back in the USSR" and the pyrotechnics show during "Live and Let Die" are concert staples of his that are guaranteed to bring the house down. "
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So that would make our set list look like this (for those keeping score at home)...
Drive My Car
Only Mama Knows
Got To Get You Into My Life
Let Me Roll It / Foxy Lady
The Long And Winding Road
Sing The Changes
Band On The Run
Back In The USSR
I’ve Got A Feeling
A Day In The Life/Give Peace A Chance
Let It Be
Live And Let Die
I Saw Her Standing There
Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band / The End