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Bootleg Beatles Playing Auckland Next Week

Acclaimed UK Tribute Band the Bootleg Beatles Playing Auckland Next Week


DIRECT FROM THE UK
THE BOOTLEG BEATLES
Wednesday 8th November 2017
ASB Theatre, Aotea Centre, Auckland

The world’s first and finest tribute band The Bootleg Beatles, continue to thrill audiences performing their acclaimed homage to the Fab Four. Formed from the West End cast of the Broadway musical ‘Beatlemania’, The Bootleg Beatles are the world’s premier Beatles show.

In an illustrious career spanning nearly four decades, the world’s Number 1 all British Beatle band have performed over 4,000 shows in over 40 countries.

“A terrific show"- Sir George Martin, The Beatles producer
"Absolutely authentic"- Daily Mail

Over this period, they have played Glastonbury many times, toured the world several times, supported Oasis, conducted numerous radio and TV appearances, had many sell-out shows at the Royal Albert Hall and even performed for the Queen in Buckingham Palace.

“Flawless” – Mojo
“Sheer technical perfection” – The Evening Standard

They have won over the most hardened sceptics and drawn critical acclaim across the globe for their incredible recreation of the greatest songbook of all time, with New Musical Express declaring that “The band are as similar to their namesakes as it is possible to be…unlike any other group in the last 15 years of rock, they can safely say that they look and sound as the Beatles”.

"Off-the-scale fabulous" - Chris Evans
"They're so popular, they should have their own tribute" - Jonathan Ross

With 2017 marking the 50th anniversary of the groundbreaking Sgt Peppers album, they are bringing their amazing multi-media production back to Auckland, meticulously recreating the vast soundscapes of the Beatles legendary recordings.

“Fastidiously authentic” – Daily Telegraph
“Mind-boggling accuracy” – The Mail

For your chance to win tickets to the show, listen in to Magic over the coming weeks.

Don’t miss out on this truly fantastic night, book now!

THE BOOTLEG BEATLES

Wednesday 8th November ASB Theatre Auckland

Tickets are on sale now from www.ticketmaster.co.nz
All Ages / Licensed


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