Bubble Do Beatles: St. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
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The last date listed for Bubble Do Beatles: St. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band was Saturday January 19, 2008 / 11:00am.
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The funnest -- and most delicious -- party of the summer is just a short ferry ride away. The Governors Island Music & Seafood Beach Party is a celebration of warm-weather chillaxing in NYC. Headliners include tributes to three titans of summertime tunes: Sublime tribute Badfish, Bob Marley tribute CCB and Jimmy Buffet tribute Jimmy Kenny Band. Enjoy freshly prepared lobster rolls, oysters, shrimp cocktail and clams plus delicious craft beer while you grab some rays along the gorgeous sandy beach and take in Instagramable views of the East River, Manhattan and New Jersey. Set at the waterfront Governors Island Beach Club, this all-ages beach bash features performances by 10 bands on two stages -- along with the opportunity to dig into a tasty seafood platter (which can either be pre-purchased with your ticket or bought onsite while supplies last). Learn More
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Featured review from Beth Sperber
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Lots of fun for both the kids (our group was ages 8-11, but there were plenty of "littler" ones rockin' in their seats, dancing in the aisles and up near the stage) and the adults. Great music, of course, good value, nice venue. And the people at Symphony Space couldn't have been nicer! Does "Bubble" do other concerts?
New York City pop-rockers Bubble have a special affinity for the Fab Four, and their Beatles tribute shows have been wowing audiences of all ages. To celebrate the 40th anniversary of what many consider the most influential rock album ever, Bubble takes on Sgt. Pepper in its entirety, complete with sitars, tablas, horns and strings.