MASKS AND COVID VAX REQUIRED FOR ADMISSION:
JUST ADDED: OPEN REHEARSAL NOV-11 at 8pm, tickets $15
Friday & Saturday, November 12-13.
BEATLECONCERT tables $30, general seating $21
It’s a perfect metaphor, that the Beatles’ performing careers started in a cavern and ended on a rooftop. But the seven-year climb wasn’t at all linear. After three punishing concert tours around the globe, the Beatles abandoned the road and turned inward. The second half of their careers spanned from 1966-69, and resulted in their most indelible material: the albums Rubber Soul, Revolver, Sgt Pepper, The White Album, Let It Be, and Abbey Road, and songs like “Something,” “Lady Madonna,” “Come Together,” “Here Comes the Sun,” “A Day in the Life,” “Helter Skelter,” and “Strawberry Fields Forever.” Aside from two brief television appearances, the most remarkable songs in the Beatles catalog were delivered to the masses only on vinyl and over the radio. None were ever performed by their makers in front of a live audience.
Join Strawberry Theatre Workshop on November 12th and 13th for a tribute to the songs that the Beatles never played in concert. Paul Hiraga of Downpilot leads an all-star band for Beatleconcert at 12th Ave Arts on Capitol Hill. No costumes, no accents, and no Beatlemania. Just the music they made played in an intimate setting that the Beatles themselves never knew.
Friday & Saturday, November 12-13, the musicians attack the set list in an improvised music club in the Mainstage Theatre at 12th Ave Arts. Doors will open for both shows at 8:00pm.
All proceeds to benefit Strawberry Theatre Workshop programs for 2022.