The Bootleg Beatles

The Bootleg Beatles

Joined by the Abbey Road Orchestra
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    Evan Theatre, Penrith Panthers
    Penrith • 1 November 8:00pm
    WORLD TOUR
    Direct from the UK
    $67.15*
    Reserved Seating
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    State Theatre
    Sydney • 2 November 8:00pm
    WORLD TOUR
    Direct from the UK
    $90.60 - $100.80*
    Category 1 & 2
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    Evan Theatre, Penrith Panthers
    Penrith • 1 November 8:00pm
    WORLD TOUR
    Direct from the UK
    $67.15*
    Reserved Seating
    Buy Now
    via Ticketek
    ticketmaster.jpg
    State Theatre
    Sydney • 2 November 8:00pm
    WORLD TOUR
    Direct from the UK
    $90.60 - $100.80*
    Category 1 & 2
    Buy Now
    via Ticketmaster

*Additional fees including Booking, Credit Card & Handling charges may be levied at purchase. Tickets are subject to availability which must be confirmed with the ticket retailer.

About the event

The greatest Beatles show in the world is touring Australia this year. This year marks the 50th anniversary of Abbey Road. To celebrate the milestone, The Bootleg Beatles will be embarking on a world tour, starting in Liverpool accompanied by the 70-piece Royal Liverpool Philharmonic orchestra. The Bootleg Beatles are the only Beatles show officially endorsed by the fifth Beatle himself, Sir George Martin.

Their Australian show will feature the authentic instrumentation as used on the original recordings. Joining them on stage will be the 16-piece Abbey Road Orchestra conducted by George Ellis. The 2019 Tour will honour Abbey Road and celebrate the later hits, while also paying homage to the history of the greatest band in the world, with their customary four costume changes, solo pieces, ballads, rock 'n' roll classics and all their timeless masterpieces.

The Bootleg Beatles will captivate audiences nationwide with their uncanny resemblance and musical perfection, capturing the soundscapes of the 60s and 70s.

"A terrific show"

GEORGE MARTIN

"Flawless"

MOJO

⭑⭑⭑⭑⭑ "Entirely convincing"

THE TIMES

"A joy to behold"

THE TELEGRAPH