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The 42nd International Beatleweek returns to Liverpool

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The 42nd International Beatleweek returns to Liverpool

Music enthusiasts from all corners of the globe are preparing to descend upon the city of Liverpool to join in the celebration of International Beatleweek, scheduled to take place from 23rd to 29th August.

International Beatleweek, now in its 42nd year, promises a weeklong immersion into the legendary world of The Beatles, featuring an array of captivating performances, enlightening guest speakers, convention stalls, and an abundance of timeless music. 

Event organisers Cavern City Tours have pulled out all the stops for the 2023 edition of Beatleweek.

A highlight of this year’s festivities is the inclusion of guest speakers who have made indelible contributions to The Beatles’ legacy.

One such luminary is Wings lead guitarist and Grammy Award winner Laurence Juber. Laurence returns to International Beatleweek as a guest speaker at the Convention on Sunday 27th and will be performing at The Philharmonic Hall on Saturday 26th. 

Merseybeat sensation Beryl Marsden also joins the list of Beatles ‘Inner Sanctum’ members who will be interviewed on Convention Day along with Tony Bramwell. Both are sure to offer interesting insights and anecdotes about their time spent working (and socialising) with The Beatles.

Also joining the ranks is eminent Beatles historian Mark Lewisohn, whose extensive knowledge and meticulous research have solidified him as a revered authority on the band’s history. 

Of course, the heart of International Beatleweek lies in the extraordinary performances that captivate audiences year after year.

This edition will see The Analogues, the Dutch group known for their critically acclaimed renditions of The Beatles’ classics.  Joining them on the headline bill is USAs The Fab Four, who will recreate the Beatles back-catalogue with their tribute theatre show.  

Event organiser and Cavern director Jon Keats said:

“We’ve curated an experience that pays homage to the Beatles influence on music and culture, offering fans a chance to immerse themselves in the magic of The Beatles in the city where it all began.

“New venues such as the Yoko Ono Lennon Centre, a Hope Street ‘take over’ and the return of Grand Central Hall will enhance the festival atmosphere.”

For more info on International Beatleweek click here.



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