Cliff Joins the Beatles

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If you can remember the 60s then you weren't really there, or so they say, but you can still enjoy a night of good music from this era at Cliff Joins the Beatles.

You might not get to see any of the original members at this particular performance, however you will swing to the groove of hits like All You Need Is Love and Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band during the two-hour show.

Aussie music great Marty Rhone and the world-famous Beatle Boys will be on hand to take you on an unforgettable journey through the decade that shaped a generation, all the while adding a little of their own creative flair to timeless rock n' roll classics.

For those who are true Beatles tragics,  this one-night only gig is a must-see visual and musical spectacle that will have you feeling as if you are living in the 60s.

The hip-swinging, foot-tapping, thigh-slapping musical numbers will have you crooning along to the lyrics in your seat and walking out on an absolute high.

And anyone who may have been too young to see the original band or listen to their lesser-known songs will have the chance to taste a piece of the action.

With the show suitable for people of all ages, it is highly likely that you will find yourself enjoying the evening with a diverse group of fans.

Cliff Joins the Beatles is on for one night this June 22 at the Country Casino Club in Prospect, Launceston.

To reserve your tickets to listen to the music of one of the world's greatest bands, you will need to book early.

Prices start at $69 for an adult and $59 for concessions. Doors will open from 19.30 on the night for an 20.00 start.

Practise for the Band

Appearance on Australian TV Morning Show

Ovation after a Show in the UK

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