America fell in love with The Beatles when they arrived in the United States 50 years ago and embarked on a history-making path of pop culture dominance. Relive the magic as The Beatlemaniacs take the stage at Faith Presbyterian to celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Beatles arrival to the U.S.
The concert will be held toady, Feb. 21, at 7 p.m., in the church's newly remodeled sanctuary - tickets are $20.
The Beatlemaniacs turn imagination into reality, bringing The Beatles back together in a fully produced live reunion concert. As top headliner for Royal Caribbean Cruise Line, The Beatlemaniacs have been rocking international audiences from North America to Europe, Asia and South America.
Nominated for "Entertainer of the Year" and voted "Best Musical Act" on Princess Cruises in 2011, The Beatle-maniacs are the only group to portray The Fab Four in a one-of-a-kind post-Beatles experience, including several of the band's solo album hits never performed live as The Beatles. Costume changes highlight the band's progression through the 1960s in a continuously running production.
Join the fun as Burak Ceylan (as Ringo) plays drums and sings vocals; Greg Weeks (George Harrison) plays lead guitar and bass guitar, and sings vocals; David Deveaux (John Lennon) plays harmonica and guitars, and sings vocals; and Jeremy Wright (Paul McCartney) plays bass, guitars, piano and sings vocals.
Please visit www.FaithCapeCoral.org for more information. The church is at 4544 Coronado Parkway, Cape Coral.