The Magical History Tour, which features an extensive tour of Beatles-related places in the Los Angeles area, will turn the Feb. 9 tour into a little mystery trip, tour operator Gillian Lomax tells Beatles Examiner.
“I will go to a few places that I've not visited before on the tour,” she sold. “(I) will go by the house where the Beatles showed up in Brentwood for a charity fundraiser for a hemophilia foundation (benefit) in 1964.” She said the tour will also go to Dodger Stadium which is where the Beatles played their last concert in LA.
The tour, which starts at 10 and runs around 31/2 to four hours, and includes stops in Santa Monica, Bel-Air, Brentwood and Los Angeles, takes fans to the places where the Beatles lived, where they frequented, venues where they have performed and the studio where they recorded, including Blue Jay Way, the Hollywood Bowl, the Troubadour, the Capitol Tower and the Jim Henson Studio (formerly A&M).
For more information, see the tour website.
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