Grammy-nominated tribute group hand-picked by George Harrison’s sister spans the Beatles’s career, from Ed Sullivan to sitar solos
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$26 for one ticket to see Liverpool Legends Beatles Tribute Band (up to $38.75 value)
When: any performance from August 1 to November 21; shows take place Tuesdays–Saturdays at 8 p.m.
Who brought the Liverpool Legends together: Louise Harrison, older sister of George Harrison
What’s happened since: globe-spanning performances, including a 16,000-seat sellout performance at Arena Ciudad de Mexico, an encore Rose Bowl performance for more than 68,00 people, and a Grammy nomination for Best Spoken Word Album
Points of the Beatles’s career they cover: early Ed Sullivan Show mop-top days, through the Sgt. Pepper psychedelia and Let It Be, and into their solo work
Expert touches: costume changes, vintage instruments, Ed Sullivan impersonator
What you probably wouldn’t see at another Beatles tribute show: a full-length sitar solo
Surprising Liverpool Legends fan: Jerry Bruckheimer, producer of Pirates of the Caribbean