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Events near Ashburn, VA

Jan 18
Fri, 7:00 pm
The Beatles
Leesburg, VA · Tally Ho Theater
Jan 30
Wed, 7:30 pm
The Beatles
Vienna, VA · Jammin Java

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The Beatles Concerts Schedule Dec 2018

Dec 11
Tue, 9:00 pm
The Beatles
Honolulu, HI · Blue Note Hawaii
Dec 14
Fri, 8:30 pm
The Beatles
Ober-Ramstadt · SCHANZ
Dec 24
Mon, 9:00 pm
Christmas eve, The Beatles
Southampton · The Brook
Dec 31
Mon, 8:00 pm
New Year's Eve, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles and others 1
San Juan Capistrano, CA · The Coach House

The Beatles Concerts Schedule Jan 2019

Jan 10
Thu, 8:00 pm
Bond, The Beatles
Bietigheim-Bissingen · Kronenzentrum
Jan 18
Fri, 7:00 pm
The Beatles
Leesburg, VA · Tally Ho Theater
Jan 19
Sat, 8:00 pm
The Beatles
Burswood · Crown Theatre Perth
Jan 30
Wed, 7:30 pm
The Beatles
Vienna, VA · Jammin Java

The Beatles Concerts Schedule Feb 2019

Feb 1
Fri, 7:00 pm
The Beatles, The Beatles Revival Band, Night and others 1
Aschaffenburg · Colos - Saal
Feb 23
Sat, 7:00 pm
The Beatles, Deep Purple, Queen
Москва · Москонцерт на Пушечной. Зеркальный зал

The Beatles Concerts Schedule Mar 2019

Mar 3
Sun, 2:00 pm
The Beatles
New Brunswick, NJ · State Theatre
Mar 3
Sun, 7:00 pm
The Beatles
New Brunswick, NJ · State Theatre
Mar 16
Sat, 8:30 pm
Beatlemania, The Beatles
Schwetzingen · Alte Wollfabrik

The Beatles Concerts Schedule Apr 2019

Apr 22
Mon, 6:30 pm
The Beatles, Theo Bleckmann
Stuttgart · Theaterhaus

The Beatles Concerts Schedule May 2019

May 31
Fri, 9:00 pm
The Beatles
Guadalajara · Teatro Diana

The Beatles Concerts Schedule Jun 2019

Jun 25
Tue, 7:30 pm
The Beatles
Memphis, TN · Orpheum Theatre Memphis


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About The Beatles

It was in 1960 when THE BEATLES, an English rock band was formed. With John LennonGeorge HarrisonPaul McCartney, and Ringo Starr they started to conquer the heart of the UK. Selling out every major concert they had and bringing the crowd to go crazy on them, they became the most influential and widely known band during the rock era.

But not all band groups are born a star; it was in March of 1957 when a young Lennon formed a skiffle group along with some of his friends from Quarry Bank School. Calling them Quarrymen, derived from their school name, young Lennon then caught the attention of a fifteen year old Paul McCartney who would become the group’s rhythm guitarist. McCartney then invited George Harrison to see the group who would later become the band’s lead guitarist.

It was Lennon’s friend, who suggested changing their name to Beatals, to give tribute to Buddy Holly and the Crickets. The rock band was already at its fame when Richard Starkey also known as Ringo Starr on stage, joined the group.

It was in 1962 when they gained popularity after their first hit “Love Me Do” sky rocketed the billboard charts of UK. This became their ticket to stardom, gaining international interest; they were tagged as the “fab four”. From this time onwards, The Beatles released their finest music including the widely popular album Rubber Soul (1965), Revolver (1966), and Abbey Road (1969). All of them enjoyed their musical careers.

The Beatles popularity became a virus spreading rapidly throughout the UK, catching the attention of Queen Elizabeth II. To acknowledge their great contribution in the music industry, the Queen appointed the group as Members of the Order of the British Empire or known as MBE. They lived to the recognition of the Queen as they continue to receive countless awards like winning the 1971 Academy Award for best Original Score. Winning Grammy Awards and additional fifteen Ivor Novello Awards; this, however would only be a part of their success as they would become the highest selling band group of all time.

Selling between 600 million in estimate and over 1 billion sales worldwide, The Beatles became the best-selling band in history.

Decades after their first debut, the band is still etched to the mind of many people, awarding them as the best artist of all time by Rolling Stone in 2004. Who would imagine that a rock band like this was only a dream of a young boy in the outskirts of Liverpool?