Fab Forever: A Musical History Tour of The Beatles
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The last date listed for Fab Forever: A Musical History Tour of The Beatles was Monday November 20, 2006 / 7:00pm.
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The Crazy Girls have been shaking their shapely derrieres on the Vegas Strip for 25 years now and are celebrating with a newly updated variety show featuring dance, music, comedy and more, along with a few favorite routines from the past. From contemporary pole-dancing to burlesque classics, these stunning showgirls prove they're among the most talented entertainers in town, sporting everything from gorgeous Parisian-style topless costumes to leather and spiked heels with their famed g-strings. Learn More
I recommend picking up your tickets a little early at the box office 1/2 hour before the show at the latest. When we arrived the girl didn't know how to find me in the system eventhough I had my ticket confirmation printed out with my confirmation number etc. She had to ask 3 other employees and several minutes later came back and was able to finally find me in the system and print out our tickets. Luckily there was nobody else in line when we went to pick up our tickets or else I feel we might have been late for the show if they had this many problems with everyone's tickets.Crazy Girls info • May 19 2014 star this tip starred
Fab Forever: A Musical History Tour of The Beatles stars a remarkable cast that brings the musical history of The Beatles to life on stage. Along with a visually stunning production that features a host of colorful characters, both real and animated, Fab Forever delivers diversity for Beatles fans of all ages with different songs and costumes each night.
Fab Forever chronicles The Beatles’ brilliant career from the second the lads from Liverpool stepped off a Pan Am jet at New York City’s JFK Airport and into the living rooms of 17 million Americans via The Ed Sullivan Show. Act Two follows the moptops from Shea Stadium through the psychedelic-influenced songs of ‘60s, winding down to the group’s tender last moments of their heart-wrenching breakup.