1964 Tribute Takes Beatles Fans

1964 Tribute To The Beatles

“Best Beatles Tribute on Earth.” – Rolling Stone

1964 Tribute to the Beatles Fans Back to an Iconic Era. Back in 1964, a historical moment happened when Ed Sullivan brought The Beatles to his “Really Big Show” in New York City. Though all the phases of their incredible career were ground breaking, these early concert days are certainly what created the ‘MANIA’ around the group. It was the U.S. debut of The Beatles, introduced as “Great Britain’s cultural gift to America,“ who went on to become one of the biggest and most influential music groups in history.

1964 photo of tribute to the beatles

Presenting songs released prior to the Sgt. Pepper era, “1964” The Tribute remarkably recreates an early ‘60s live Beatles concert, with period instruments, clothing, hairstyles, and onstage banter. Performing the hits are Mark Benson as John Lennon, Mac Ruffing as Paul McCartney, Tom Work as George Harrison and Bobby Potter as Ringo Starr. The incredible cast takes fans back to an iconic era performing rock classics such as “She Loves You,” “Eight Days a Week,” “All My Loving,” “I Saw Her Standing There,” “From Me To You,” “I Want to Hold Your Hand” and many more. The band will be visiting Duke Energy Center for the Arts – Mahaffey Theater on April 3, 2020

The Duke Energy Center for the Arts – Mahaffey Theater

Mahaffey Exterior

The Mahaffey Theater, under the management of Big3 Entertainment, is one of Tampa Bay’s top-rated performing arts venues. Home to the Florida Orchestra, the world class Mahaffey Theater hosts top-quality national and international artists and performances – pop, rock, comedy, theater, dance, classical and interactive engagements and exhibitions. Located in the heart of downtown St. Petersburg, the 2,031-seat cultural jewel boasts spectacular waterfront views and is located only minutes away from white sandy beaches and world-renowned museums. Additionally, the theater supports the highly successful Class Acts program, which enables school children to experience the performing arts through in-theater performances as well as in-school outreach and extension programs.

Learn more about 1964 Band here. For another great band performing at the The Duke Energy Center for the Arts – Mahaffey Theater, check out the Isley Brothers.

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