Sir Paul McCartney in excellent spirits as he blows kisses to his fans after playing sold out shows in Sydney

He’s the music legend adored by fans around the world.

And on Sunday, Sir Paul McCartney was all smiles as he kissed his fans goodbye while leaving his Sydney hotel after playing two sold out concerts.

The 81-year-old former Beatle appeared in good spirits, waving and blowing kisses to fans camped outside the Park Hyatt hoping to catch a glimpse of the star.

The British rocker was dressed in a blue button-up shirt that he teamed up with a navy jacket.

For the nostalgia-filled show which included Beatles tunes like Can’t Buy Me Love, Got To Get You Into My Life and Love Me Do, Sir Paul played a classic Hofner bass, which he made famous during his days playing with the Fab Four. 

Sir Paul McCartney (pictured) was all smiles as he kissed his fans goodbye while leaving his Sydney hotel on Sunday after playing two sold out concerts

The 81-year-old former Beatle appeared in good spirits, waving and blowing kisses to fans camped outside the Park Hyatt hoping to catch a glimpse of the star

The 81-year-old former Beatle appeared in good spirits, waving and blowing kisses to fans camped outside the Park Hyatt hoping to catch a glimpse of the star

Sir Paul treated fans to some of his most famous tunes from every part of his career during the show, including hits he penned with his band Wings. 

Fans heard the hit single Jet from 1973, which he recorded with his band Wings, the group he founded after the Beatles split in 1970, as well as other well-known tunes like Something and Band on the Run.

He played 39 songs in the show, which ran nearly three hours, including Get Back,  Birthday and Carry That Weight. 

The British rocker was dressed in a blue button-up shirt that he teamed up with a navy jacket

The British rocker was dressed in a blue button-up shirt that he teamed up with a navy jacket

For the nostalgia-filled show which included Beatles tunes like Can't Buy Me Love, Got To Get You Into My Life and Love Me Do, Sir Paul played a classic Hofner bass, which he made famous during his days playing with the Fab Four

For the nostalgia-filled show which included Beatles tunes like Can’t Buy Me Love, Got To Get You Into My Life and Love Me Do, Sir Paul played a classic Hofner bass, which he made famous during his days playing with the Fab Four

Sir Paul treated fans to some of his most famous tunes from every part of his career during the show, including hits he penned with his band Wings

Sir Paul treated fans to some of his most famous tunes from every part of his career during the show, including hits he penned with his band Wings

Concert goers were thrilled with the spectacular show which included two gigantic screens, throw back images of The Beatles and a huge light-show. 

The Beatles superstar last played in Australia in 2017.

Last year, the famed singer-songwriter wowed audiences in the US and the UK with his 50-date Got Back tour, which featured a marathon throwback show featuring his classic songs.

Reports estimate that the ‘greatest hits’ concerts earned a whopping $100million. 

Concert goers were thrilled with the spectacular show which included two gigantic screens, throw back images of The Beatles and a huge light-show

Concert goers were thrilled with the spectacular show which included two gigantic screens, throw back images of The Beatles and a huge light-show 



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