Energetic Beatles tribute show is rich in memories

Photo by CHRIS CARLSON -- Performers in 'Yesterday - A Tribute to the Beatles' sing all eras of the Fab Four's music. Show caption
Photo by CHRIS CARLSON -- Performers in 'Yesterday - A Tribute to the Beatles' sing all eras of the Fab Four's music.

The Beatles are invading LSU.

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of Liverpool’s favorite sons first touching down in the United States, “Yesterday – A Tribute to The Beatles” brings their critically acclaimed Las Vegas show to the LSU Student Union Theater Friday, March 21.

Fans of all ages can soon relive the excitement and energy of seeing the Fab Four’s favorites played live on stage, as “Yesterday” recreates note for note the iconic music of the Beatles.

“Yesterday – A Tribute to The Beatles” performs all eras of Beatles music. From the early years in Hamburg, Germany, before their explosion on the international stage through the Ed Sullivan years, “Sgt. Pepper” era and into “Abbey Road” and “Let It Be.” Authentic in vocals, costumes, instruments and portrayal, performers sing and act with impeccable precision.

Theater-goers will experience an energetic show rich in memories. “Yesterday” is a fascinating glimpse at a time in musical history that changed the look, feel and direction of music and in many places changed existing culture.

With such songs as “Hard Day’s Night,” “Help,” “I Wanna Hold Your Hand,” “Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds,” and “Revolution,” the Beatles solidified their place in history as the band that forever changed the face of pop music.

“Yesterday” brings to life the energy that surrounded the Beatles during those years and how they became known as the best pop group of our time.