Venue Details

Welk Resort Theatre San Diego
8860 Lawrence Welk Drive Escondido, CA 92026
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4.4 / 5 Rated by 105 members
Don & Deborah
Review from Don & Deborah
Red Velvet 54 events 30 reviews

Excellent Show! Vintage instruments & great personalities encouraging audience participation. It was over to soon, they were so good that everyone wanted more!

reviewed Apr 09 2011 report as inappropriate
Leonard Wissner
Review from Leonard Wissner
Red Velvet 100 events 16 reviews

Took me back to the good old days. I saw the Beatles at Forrest Hills in 1967 but could not here the music with all the girls screaming. I was glad to hear the music last Saturday at the Lawrence Welk Center. Great event!

reviewed Jan 15 2011 report as inappropriate
Joan B.
Review from Joan B.
88 events 60 reviews

A fun and entertaining group. Voices were good and each was a talented musician. Audience was on their feet at the end and singing along enthusiastically throughout the show. First time I understood many of the words to the songs....Yay!

reviewed Jan 22 2011 report as inappropriate
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Quotes & Highlights

“If you see only one tribute show, see this one… smart and loads of fun.” -Orange County Register
“The show delivers where it counts… the hits keep coming.” -Los Angeles Times
For more on Abbey Road, visit their website and MySpace page.


Abbey Road was formed in 2009 to perform in a play about the Beatles through the eyes on Brian Epstein. After a lengthy casting process, a first class group of musicians has been assembled to portray the Fab Four in the musical biography of the Beatles.

They are Tyson Kelly (John), Benjamin David Chadwick (Paul), Robert John Bielma (George), and Axel Clarke (Ringo).

The band’s custom-tailored costumes, vintage instruments, Liverpudlian dialect and precise attention to every detail recreate the magic, music, wit and wisdom of the total Beatle phenomenon. The four musician/actors, who were cast from over 300 applicants, capture the unique personality, physicality and charm of the Beatle they portray, including the Fab Four’s familiar head bobs, toe taps and patter between songs. The musicians thrill audiences with tight harmonies and flawless note for note instrumental renditions of Beatle hits.

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