BEATLEMANIA NOW! Comes to Capitol Center for the Arts, 9/28

Having performed their tribute before tens of thousands of people over the years, ranging from more intimate club performance to huge outdoor gatherings of well over 20,000, BEATLEMANIA NOW "recaptures the mood and frantic intensity of that bygone era. Recapture the excitement, the mood and the frantic intensity as 'Beatlemania Now' performs live-on-stage, against a backdrop of stunning images which evoke memories of one the most turbulent decades of modern times... the 1960’s!" Don't miss you chance to see this acclaimed performance Friday, September 28, 8pm, at Concord's Capitol Center for the Arts

Flashback to historic moments of space exploration, protests in the streets, the raging war in Vietnam, “Flower Power” and “Peace and Love,” in the lives and deaths of Martin Luther King Jr., John F. Kennedy and Robert F. Kennedy, and the politics of Richard M. Nixon, as Beatlemania Now meticulously performs incredible note for note renditions of Beatles’ classics from throughout their entire career, including songs the Beatles’ themselves never performed outside the Recording Studios.”

The performers skillfully and effectively recreate the sights and sounds that were -- and still are -- The Beatles! Songs such as "I am the Walrus," Strawberry Fields and Penny Lane are rendered exactly like you remember them. "We're true to the all the records," says Scot "John Lennon" Arch. "We perform everything absolutely live on stage without relying on any background tapes or tracks."

Touring for close to a decade, BEATLEMANIA NOW has become the premier multi-media Beatles show in America today. Incorporating four costume changes and performing over 30 songs in in a two-hour extravaganza, BEATLEMANIA NOW chronologically traces the Beatles' career from their 1964 debut explosion on "The Ed Sullivan Show" to their finale of "Let It Be" in 1970.

Close your eyes and you'll swear you've been transported back to "Yesterday" - that magical six-year span in the '60s in which The Beatles changed the world. Open your eyes and see the only band capable of having you get back to where you once belonged.

Ticket prices: $48 Gold Circle,  $38 Orchestra/Mezzanine, and $28 Balcony. Tickets are available now by calling 603-225-1111, online at, and at the box office, located at 44 South Main Street, Concord, NH 03301, on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturday 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.


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