The Fab Four: Beatles at the Movies, Plus Fair Admission
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Featured review from mariaelena
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The show was pretty good. I have seen the Fab Four four or five other times before. As other reviewers have noted, the group does best when they are singing Beatles' songs. They tried to do something different with a movie theme, and while I appreciate their creativity, some of the acts fell a little flat. Still, they sounded great, and I did enjoy the show. Our seats were pretty good: Row S, Section 5.
Quotes & Highlights
“The best Beatles show in the world.” —Los Angeles Times
See The Fab Four’s website for song clips, links and more.