Liverpool-born Beatles tribute band set to play at the Seminole Theatre (Auditorium) in Homestead later this month

They were from Liverpool. The only Beatles tribute band in the world that was born in Liverpool was the resident band at the famous Cavern Club, where The Beatles got their start, for more than a decade. Now they’re coming here, and you can get a discount to see them.

The band is set to play Thursday, February 23, from 7:30 to 10 p.m., at the Seminole Theatre (Auditorium)
18 N. Krome Ave., Homestead, FL 33030.

NOTE: Code is ‘mersey10’. Regular prices start at $27 and the discount code expires February 21.

These childhood friends have played shows that sold out in 20 different countries. This brand-new multimedia show shows how exciting the early years of The Beatles were. Every song from the RED ALBUM is played at the show, including the following and more:

  • Michelle
  • From Me to You
  • We Can Work It Out
  • Can’t Buy Me Love
  • I Feel Fine
  • Yesterday

Hear their natural accents, wit, and charm from Liverpool. The way they talk to the crowd, which they haven’t practiced, really captures the original spirit of the Beatles. These skilled musicians wear beautiful costumes and play replica guitars from many different time periods.

When going to the Seminole Theatre, there are several places to park. In the historic downtown area, you can park on the street, but the following parking lots are also close enough to walk to.

  • A public park-and-ride lot is available at the corner of S. Flagler Avenue and Mowry Drive.
  • A public lot is available at the Homestead City Hall, located on Washington Avenue, south of Second Street.
  • Public parking also available located at 4 S. Krome Ave., Homestead, Fl 33030.

The front entrance of the Seminole Theatre is available as a drop-off and pick-up zone for all performances. Email [email protected] or call 786-650-2073.

Jordan Collins

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