Beatles 50 invasion anniversary The world is celebrating the began of the beatlemania, which occurred exactly 50 years ago, when the four boys of Liverpool crossed the pond. This phenomenon was called the British Invasion, and is specifically the moment when the Beatles landed at the famous Ed Sullivan Show. The television program had an extraordinary and huge audience that February 1964. The event was and is such that it is assumed that since the world changed forever. Caracas will celebrate it in our own way and with our people, we will make three different concerts, always with the Beatles as essential motive, the first day will play the well-known Beat 3 in a concert recreating the appearance of the Beatles on the Ed Sullivan Show, with the same scenario and clothing, interpreting issues of that day. The second day will be in charge of The Beatles Creoles, approach to the music of the English group the sounds and Venezuelan traditional instruments, with important and famous musicians of the genre, and the round ends with successful tribute to the Beatles, with figures of pop and Venezuelan rock of different generations giving a musical approach for the occasion. The Beatles Creole: Hana Kobayashi, Jorge Torres, Hector Molina, Gustavo Marquez, Gustavo Medina, living Yilmer and Yonathan Gavidia Special guests. Huáscar Barradas, Alfredo Naranjo and Goyo Queen. The Beatles are universal and all the musicians of different ages, from different countries have interpreted his songs. This time, Jorge Torres, mandolin and Kapicua of the MAU, along with Héctor Molina, cuatrista C4 Trio, and guitarist Gustavo Medina, bassist Gustavo Márquez, Yilmer live drummer, percussionist Yonathan Gavidia and exquisite singer Hana Kobayashi will be responsible for interpreting the music of the most famous Quartet in the world. That Yes, they will do it as best it can do: with Venezuelan music!