Allianz Parque
David Gilmour - Sao Paulo, Brazil, December 2015 ticket

Capacity: 42,000

Concert starts: 9:00pm

Address of venue: Av. Francisco Matarazzo, 1705 - Água Branca, São Paulo - SP, 05001-200, Brazil. MAP




David's 2015 tour of South America begins at this stadium. Allianz Parque, also known as Palestra Itália Arena, is a brand new (opened in 2014) multipurpose stadium in São Paulo, Brazil, built to receive shows, concerts, corporate events and especially football matches of Sociedade Esportiva Palmeiras, the site owner.

Tickets for the concert went on sale on Thursday, September 10th, at 22:00hrs local time through although please be aware that demand will be incredibly high so you might need to be patient and keep retrying.

We also understand that there may be a limited number of VIP packages available for this venue.

Our thanks to Terje Aukland for sending in the picture of his ticket.

SET LIST - highlight the following with your mouse to read...
FIRST HALF: 5am, Rattle That Lock, Faces Of Stone, Wish You Were Here, A Boat Lies Waiting, The Blue, Money, Us And Them, In Any Tongue, High Hopes.
Astronomy Domine, Shine On You Crazy Diamond, Fat Old Sun, On An Island, The Girl In The Yellow Dress, Today, Sorrow, Run Like Hell ENCORE: Time / Breathe (reprise), Comfortably Numb.


Do not read on if you don't want surprises to be spoilt, regarding what the band played!

The second night of two in São Paulo, and despite a soggy start to things (with the stage equipment covered up to protect against the elements before the show), it proved another thrilling concert for the crowd. Initial information is very brief but sounds like a great time was had by all. The setlist was unchanged from the previous night - a setlist which was used as the core selection in Europe, with the odd addition of Coming Back To Life, which is yet to receive its South American debut.

We'd love to know in more detail how the concert went. Did you go? Let us know what YOU thought!

Night two: in a few words: The best RTL-show ever! I've seen twelve of them. This was the best one. Absolutely everything was on time. All the night the songs flowed from one to another without problems of any kind, and the audience was just unbelievable. I am sure that David and the band felt they were lifted forward through the whole concert on a wave of warm feelings. And the encore songs: Unbelievable. As were the band, but so was the audience as well.

From a personal view I think the best song is In Any Tongue. A wonderful melody, strong and emotional lyrics, amazing backing vocals from Bryan Chambers, and an outstanding guitar play from David. Breathtaking. Really. To me it has a kind of potential to be a new Comfortably Numb.

One change of the band team. Lucita Jules replaced Louise Clare Marshall. And she did it in a very excellent way.

The set list was at it has been almost for the whole tour. Coming Back To Life has been added to the set list occasionally, we all know, with the song having been played at four shows, but not in Sao Paulo.

The next show for me is Hipodrome, Buenos Aires, before Estadio Santiago de Chile concluding my tour as well. Thinking of what happened the 11th of September 1973, it will be quite an emotional night for a lot of people, this 20th December, standing at the very same stadium where a lot of people were tortured before being shot down by the military dictator Augosto Pinochet's soldiers. One of the innocent victims was the musician/singer/song writer Victor Jara.

YOUR HELP NEEDED! We want to cover David's concerts the best we can, to share the experience with everyone, especially those who won't be able to attend the shows. We'd love to see ANY pictures, tickets scans, reviews, newspaper reports, and anything else you come across for this show - we look forward to hearing from you!

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 30 December 2015 )