Let it Be Dallas Tickets
Let It Be Dallas Tickets
Let It Be is a show the spans the entirety of the Beatles’ decade as concert performers, all within the space of a couple of hours.
The show is not a musical. It’s a concert that skips years between songs at a rapid pace and includes occasional news clips. Commercials are also shown from the time period to help cover transitions and set each scene for the audience.
Utilizing ten actors playing the roles of the Fab Four at various times, you watch the transformation and evolution of the most famous and influential rock and roll band’s sound, style and appearance as they skip from the Cavern Club in Liverpool to the Ed Sullivan Show, to Shea Stadium, to the Magical Mystery Tour and to the famous Abbey Road Studios Rooftop set, among others.
The music, of course, is more than familiar to expectant audiences; it’s practically encoded in every music lover’s DNA by now. All the big hits are played—more than forty songs in all. There’s even an encore. The show captures audiences in a time warp back to the Swinging Sixties. Get your Let It Be tickets online at StubHub today.
The Music Hall at Fair Park is a large Dallas theater able to seat more than 3,200 patrons. The size of the hall enables it to seat a full-size orchestra and mount full-scale opera and musical productions. This venue is a regular stop for touring companies of the biggest and most famous theatrical shows.
The Music Hall opened in 1925 and has been going strong ever since—especially after the addition of air conditioning in 1954. Major renovations boosted seating capacity, expanded the lobby and even added a restaurant.
The Music Hall is easily accessible by I-30, and its location just southeast of downtown Dallas puts it in easy reach of one of the Southwest’s most exciting and vibrant cities, with nightlife, restaurants, hotels and plenty to do, after or before the show.
It’s more than a little difficult to find left-handed bass players who resemble Paul McCartney to play the part.
Let It Be did not, according to reviews, capture the Beatles’ endorsement. Cirque du Soleil’s “acrobatic spectacle,” Love, is the only current Beatles tribute with official Beatle endorsement attached. However, according to the show’s website, John Lennon’s sister loved Let It Be.
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