Fifty years ago, The Beatles took America by storm performing at Carnegie Hall and on the Ed Sullivan Show three times. The second performance was recorded at the historic Deauville Beach Resort where The Beatles spent nearly a week in residence. Join us in celebrating this historic event with what Rolling Stone Magazine has called “The Best Beatles Tribute on Earth” – “1964” The Tribute….
Saturday February 15th AND Sunday February 16th at 7PM.
“1964” …The Tribute takes their audiences on a musical journey to an era in rock history that will live in all of our hearts forever. They are hailed by critics and fans alike as the most authentic and endearing Beatles tribute in the world. Choosing songs from the pre-Sgt-Pepper era, “1964” recreates an early 60’s live Beatles concert, with period instruments, clothing, hairstyles, and onstage banter.
They have been featured on such nationally televised programs as The CBS Early Show, Entertainment Tonight, PM Magazine, CNN, The USA Network, and TNN. “1964” has toured around the world performing at major concert venues such as Red Rocks in Denver, Bass Performance Hall in Fort Worth, Texas, Abravanel Hall in Salt Lake City, Shea Stadium, and The Philharmonic in Liverpool, England as well as festivals, colleges, corporate events, and conventions.
Notably, “1964”performed at Carnegie Hall for an unprecedented 12th time on January 12, 2013. They will return to Carnegie for the 50th Anniversary celebration of The Beatles performances there.
“1964”…The Tribute is the only Beatles tribute band with a United States Federal Court order defining a written agreement with Apple Corps. Ltd. permitting them to perform their show anywhere in the world. Years of researching the Fab Four have made “1964” masters of their craft. Beatle boots, vintage costumes and equipment, onstage mannerisms and speaking voices, and the unmistakable harmonies of the lads from Liverpool make “1964” the most accurate and fun Beatles tribute to date.
“1964” is: Mark Benson as John Lennon, Mac Ruffing as Paul McCartney, Tom Work as George Harrison, and Bobby Potter as Ringo Starr.
“1964” will be performing in the Napoleon Ballroom (where The Beatles recorded the Ed Sullivan show). Immediately following the Saturday concert there will be a full banquet dinner in the Richelieu Ballroom.
Tickets for the concert are $64. Tickets for the banquet are $68 which includes a full dinner and two glasses of wine. Cash bar will be available. Special room rates have been arranged, so come and make a weekend out of it! Tickets for both concerts are available by calling 877-733-3130 or by clicking here:
Tickets for the Saturday banquet are available by calling Mark Johnson @ 970-948-6151
Special room rates are available at The Deauville. Please click here:
Enter strutpro in the Group Code Box, or call 800-327-6656 and mention Strut Productions for the rate.
Saturday will also feature special a special presentation by Andy Babiuk, author of the critically acclaimed book Beatles Gear presents a stunning multimedia presentation and lecture featuring over 100 rare photos and massive amounts of Beatle studio out take audio clips. His first hand anecdotes from practically everyone involved in the Beatles’ inner circle, are collected from over 400 interviews and eight years of research. With his amazing audio/ video presentation, Andy’s engaging and insightful lecture covers the history of band and their legendary instruments. If you’re a Beatles fan, this is one not to be missed! Tickets: $15
Please contact Mark Johnson @ 970-948-6151 or email@example.com for additional information.