An Ecuadorian Beatles fan club rolled out the welcome wagon in a big way for Paul McCartney - with a giant monument marking his first ever concert in the South American country.
The former Beatle performed at the Estadio De Liga in Quito. To mark the occasion, the logo from Macca's 2013 album New was recreated on Pichincha Mountain, where it could be seen from much of the city.
Taking place at 2,800 meters above sea level, the Quito show was the highest concert McCartney has ever performed.
According to NME, Sir Paul performed quite the extensive setlist, including Fab Four classics like "Eight Days a Week," "Eleanor Rigby," "Live And Let Die," "Let It Be" and "Hey Jude," as well as "Carry That Weight" and "The End."
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