Thursday, McCartney played 28 songs before a crowd of approximately 250 people, the BBC reported.
“Coming back here is pretty amazing for me," McCartney told the audience.
McCartney began his set by reworking the lyrics from the song "Michelle," the BBC reported.
"Liverpool! Cavern! These are words that go together well," he sang.
Then McCartney sang “Twenty Flight Rock,” the Eddie Cochran song "that got me in The Beatles.” McCartney sang the song when he auditioned for Lennon in 1957.
Halfway through the number, McCartney stopped and admonished some audience members for taking photos and recording the concert on their telephones, the BBC reported.
"I think you've all been told not to take photos," he said. "And you're taking them, and you're taking them, and I don't want to get put off, and you're putting me off."
When McCartney resumed, he played songs from his Beatles career, including “Magical Mystery Tour,” “All My Loving,” “Love Me Do,” “Lady Madonna,” “I Saw Her Standing There,” and “Get Back.” From his solo career, he played hits like “Jet,” “Band on the Run,” and “Nineteen Hundred Eighty-Five.”
McCartney also played four songs from his upcoming "Egypt Station" album, Billboard reported, including "Come On to Me" and "Confidante."
He ended the two-hour concert with a Beatles number, “Helter Skelter.”