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'Beatlemania Again' comes to the Alhambra for only five shows

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The second in the Alhambra Theater & Dining’s new music concert series, Alhambra After Dark, relives the music, the magic and the mania of The Beatles live on the Alhambra’s iconic stage. Beatlemania Again chronologically traces The Beatles’ career from their debut on the Ed Sullivan Show in 1964, to their psychedelic era and the release of the mind-blowing album, “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band,” to their last-ever live concert on the rooftop of Apple records in 1969.

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“Beatlemania Again” takes the audience on a musical journey back in time featuring over 30 of The Beatles greatest hits performed live on stage. In addition, the show features three amazing costume changes throughout the performance. To add to the authenticity, Beatlemania Again” uses the same musical instruments that the Beatles used in the 1960’s such as Hofner Bass Guitars, Rickenbacker Guitars, Gretsch Guitars, Vox Amplifiers and Black Oyster Pearl Ludwig drums.

About the Group:
Alan Leboeuf portrays bass playing “Paul” in “Beatlemania Again.” With his Hofner bass, he brings the character magically to life. His rendition of the crowd favorite “Hey Jude,” along with his outstanding keyboard accompaniment gets the entire audience to sway their arms and sing along night after night.

John Lennon is brought to life by Dave Pal, a Lennon tribute artist/actor who has portrayed the legendary Beatle in over 600 shows, both as a solo act and as a regular cast member with the highly-acclaimed, nationally-touring stage show “Beatlemania Again.”

Rich Morello is the manager of the “Beatlemania Again” stage show. Sitting behind the famous Black Oyster Pearl drum set, he projects Ringo’s spirit to the fullest. With that notorious smile, he entertains the audience performing such hits as Yellow Submarine in which the crowd has no choice but to indulge in the musical extravaganza.

John Korba is the lead guitarist of Beatlemania Again. With his true to character form, he brings the George persona and precise guitar skills to life. Highlights of his performances during the show include the ballad “Something” and the sizzling “Taxman.”

Beatlemania Again
DATES
: March 20 - 23, 2014 (5 shows)
SHOW TIMES
: 8:00 p.m. for evening shows. Doors open at 5:45 p.m., and dinner will be served until 7:30 p.m. Matinees on Saturday are at 1:15 p.m. Doors open at 11:00 a.m. and brunch starts at 11:15 a.m. Sunday matinee is at 2:00 p.m. Doors open at noon and the meal starts at 12:15 p.m.

TICKETS: Regular pricing for tickets starts at $59.00. Ticket price includes dinner, show and parking. Group sales are available. 2013 Black Friday Certificates or any other discounts are not valid for this production. There are a few tickets left, kindly check the Alhambra tickets website.

LOCATION: Alhambra Theater & Dining
       12000 Beach Blvd.
       Jacksonville, Florida 32246
       (904) 641-1212

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