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Liverpool ’64 – Beatles 50th Anniversary Show
Liverpool ’64 – Beatles 50th Anniversary Show
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Saturday, February 8th, 2014
6:00 pm

Liverpool ‘ 64 performs the songs of the early Beatles with a mix of humor and British accents. The band uses authentic instruments used by the Beatles and costuming of the era. Their vocal harmonies and instrumentation are precise. Their onstage energy is contagious and has resulted in a new following of Beatlemaniacs, both young and old. If you didn’t experience Beatlemania in 1964, come see what it was like. Or if you did…re-live it again!

With special guests: The Doo-Wop Daddies.

Emceed by legendary Milwaukee DJ Bob Barry! PLUS: Beatles memorabilia for sale. Tickets only $15.

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