Abbey Road LIVE! Beatles Tribute
June 30, 2019 @ 7:30 pm| $15 – $47
Orcas Center Presents on Center Stage
Abbey Road Live! Beatles Tribute
Performing the “Abbey Road” album and more!
Sunday, June 30th, 7:30 PM
Tiered Ticket Pricing:
$15 / $25 / $47
Orcas center members receive $2 off – Must be logged in to receive discount.
**Orcas Center’s Tiered Ticket Pricing is based on the needs of your family. The variant in pricing is not based on seat location or dates of performances, rather, what you’re able to afford to help us to maintain our facilities and create quality programming.
Tier A is a rate subsidized by our generous donors. Tier B is our standard rate, also subsidized by our generous donors. Tier C is the true cost per patron of putting on show at the Orcas Center. Members will still receive a $2 discount on Tiered Ticket Pricing**
“one of the world’s premier Beatles cover bands”
-US News and World Report
“unquestionably expert at what they do”
50 years ago, as Woodstock became the defining moment of the ‘60s generation, the Beatles recorded and released their own crown jewel: Abbey Road, their final and most iconic studio album. The image of John, Paul George and Ringo walking across the London crosswalk is perhaps the most famous album cover of all time.
Come and experience Beatles magic as Abbey Road LIVE! delivers its signature performance: the entire Abbey Road album, start-to-finish. Featuring classics such as Come Together, Here Comes The Sun and the epic “side 2 medley”, Abbey Road has been widely recognized as the Fab Four’s finest musical work. And that will be just part of the evening: fans will be treated to a second set of Beatles tunes spanning the band’s 8-year, 200 song career.
Abbey Road LIVE! is not your typical look-alike Beatle tribute act. Don’t expect mop-top wigs and phony British accents. Rather, this band is about bringing some of the more complex Beatles music to life in a raw & spirited fashion, while remaining true to the original recordings.
And the band’s creative exuberance is infectious. At a typical Abbey Road LIVE! show, audiences young and old can found gleefully singing along with every word, many relishing the chance to hear this monumental music performed live — something the Beatles themselves never did, as they stopped touring in 1966, before much their best music was released.