Overview

Are you ready for an all out Beatles rock concert experience?

Please Please Me, With the Beatles, Beatles For Sale, A Hard Day's Night and Help! It's no exaggeration to say that the world hasn’t been the same since those first five Beatles' albums shook the world to its foundations between March '63 and August '65.

Five of Australia's finest artists – Kevin Mitchell, Jack Jones, Wes Carr, Paul Gray and Ciaran Gribbin along with the Please Please Me band perform 40 songs from The Beatles' first five albums in one hit packed night of Rock’n’Roll music with a backbeat you can’t lose!

Roll over Beethoven! Here’s your ticket to ride for an evening of mind-blowing vocal harmony and shaking rhythm and blues!

The Beatles' First 5 comes from the same creative team who brought you All You Need is Love, The White Album Concert, Beatles Back 2 back: Sgt Pepper/Abbey Road and Rubber Soul Revolver.

Australia’s premier musicians combined with state of the art sound, it’s the closest you’ll get to experience how it all began with songs like "I Saw Her Standing There", "Twist and Shout", "Love Me Do", "Eight Days a Week", "I Wanna Hold Your Hand" and "Dizzy Miss Lizzy".

Book now before your juke Box blows a fuse!

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Pricing Guide

PREMIUM Admission $149
A-RESERVE Admission $129
B-RESERVE Admission $109

Please note a transaction fee of $6.95 applies per transaction. Minimum price may be available for selected shows only. Performance dates and times may vary. Please see the event calendar when booking for the available date(s) and time(s) of this performance.


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