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Ticket to Ride: A Live Tribute to the Beatles

Date
February 17, 2018
Time
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Site
http://www.brownpapertickets.c om/event/2991261
Ticket to Ride Beatles Tribute Barnsdall Gallery Theatre

Sat. Feb. 17, 2018
Showtime: 7:30pm
FREE PARKING – ARRIVE EARLY

Barnsdall Gallery Theatre
http://www.bgttix.com/
4800 Hollywood Blvd – Los Angeles, CA 90027
Phone: (323) 644-6272

To Purchase Tickets Online: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2991261
FREE PARKING – ARRIVE EARLY
Ticket to Ride: A Live Tribute to the Beatles

TICKET TO RIDE is an exciting musical journey through the Best Of The Beatles, opening with their greatest hits from the Sixties through the Sgt. Pepper era with authentic costume changes.

Their internationally acclaimed show has been performed worldwide including Japan, and been called ‘One of the most authentic Beatles groups you will ever see’ by both the British and American Press.

TICKET TO RIDE captures the fun and excitement of a real Beatles concert, LIVE on stage! ‘One of the most talented and in-demand Beatles Tribute Groups working today.’ – Las Vegas Sun

****************************** Special Event Reserved Seating ******************************

Gold Circle: Rows A-B-C – $39.00 [reserved for Goldstar]
Orchestra: Rows D-E-F-G-H-I-J – $29.00
Rear Orchestra: Rows K-L-M – $19.00
Prices Do Not Include Facility or Ticket Fees
FREE PARKING – ARRIVE EARLY

To Purchase Tickets Online: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2991261
PROMO VIDEO http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =gSFP1Pag1Vc

TICKET LINK http://www.brownpapertickets.c om/event/2991261

Location

Barnsdall Gallery Theatre
4800 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood, CA, 90027
Hollywood, CA 90027 United States
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Phone:
323.603.9676
Website:
https://hiff.eventbrite.com

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