Why See Classical Mystery Tour?
Sgt. Pepper's 50th Anniversary Concert
For a career only spanning one decade, The Beatles sure did leave an indelible mark on music history. In those 10 short years, the English rock outfit became the best-selling band in history, yet they stopped touring half way through their short existence. Thanks to the Classical Mystery Tour and Phoenix Symphony, fans are now given the chance to experience what it would have been like if the legendary Beatles performed their iconic songs with a live symphony orchestra!
Marking the 50th anniversary of their eighth studio album, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, the concert features a range of hits from throughout the band's stunning catalogue, performed with note-for-note crystal clarity by CMT members Jim Owen, Tony Kishman, Tom Teeley and Chris Camilleri. The quartet not only sounds but looks like the original Fab Four and are proud to present a live tribute experience like no other!
Opening night: 20 April 2018
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