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The Fab Four-The Ultimate Tribute

If you want to experience the best Beatles tribute ever, you won’t want to miss The Fab Four-The Ultimate Tribute.

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The Emmy Award Winning Fab Four is elevated far above every other Beatles Tribute due to their precise attention to detail. With uncanny, note-for-note live renditions of Beatles' classics such as "Can't Buy Me Love," "Yesterday," "A Day In The Life," "Twist And Shout," "Here Comes The Sun," and "Hey Jude", the Fab Four will make you think you are watching the real thing.

Their incredible stage performances include three costume changes representing every era of the Beatles ever-changing career, and this loving tribute to the Beatles has amazed audiences in countries around the world, including Japan, Australia, France, Hong Kong, The United Kingdom, Germany, Mexico and Brazil.

The Fab Four is truly the Ultimate tribute.

Date: Wednesday, July 12, 2017
Place: Ocean Center Arena
Time: Doors open at 6pm, concert starts at 7pm
Price: $25
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Check out these videos of a few of their performances.

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Fab Four Cast

Our touring cast consists of the following performers:

as Paul McCartney

Beatle fans and critics agree, that Ardy is the best musician to ever portray the youthful, Paul McCartney. Ardy has toured extensively as Paul in such places as Japan, Korea, Guam, and Puerto Rico, to name a few...and has appeared on stage with such artists as Bruce Springsteen; Micky Dolenz and John Fogerty. His left-handed bass playing and "record accurate" vocals has won him first place in numerous Beatlefest sound-alike contests. Unlike other imitators, he plays piano on such songs as "Hey Jude" and "Let It Be," just like McCartney did on the original recordings. His strong resemblance to the "cute Beatle" will definitely make you take a second look.


as John Lennon

As John Lennon, this accomplished musician captures the presence and attitude of his character unmatched by any other. Gilbert plays guitar, keyboards, bass and harmonica in the show. Portraying John Lennon on a regular basis with The Fab Four, has given Gilbert the opportunity to hone his craft and entertain Beatle fans all around the world. His vocals on "Help!", "Revolution" and "Imagine" have been remarked upon as being as close as the original as possible.


as George Harrison

Born and raised in the birthplace of The Beatles (Liverpool, England) and bearing a remarkable resemblance to George Harrison, it was inevitable that Gavin would be in the cast of The Fab Four. His natural Liverpudlian wit and charm have won him acclaim around the world, and he is now one of the most sought after artists in his field. Gavin has performed at a number of international venues, and has even shared the stage with Sir Paul McCartney himself. It's his attention to detail that makes Gavin the best tribute to the spiritual Beatle.


as Ringo Starr

Luis literally learned how to play drums by "air-drumming" to his favorite bands. At the age of 15 he finally got a drum set. Only a few months later he was performing with local groups, and at the same time, hitting the professional circuit, with his jazz/swing band. After years of fun and passion with several original bands, he joined forces with The Fab Four. Always a fan of Ringo’s drumming, Luis took to the part quickly. Just like Ringo, Luis’ gentle smile and constant head-bobbing makes him a fan favorite.


as Ed Sullivan

A talented entertainer blessed with gift of music and comedy, George has performed for over 30 years on stages from Las Vegas to New York City, as well as Canada, Japan, Germany and Russia.

In 1983, he was the first to open the Legends In Concert show, and has been one of the most well received acts ever since. George "transforms" himself into the beloved showman and takes the audience back in time to that historic night when Ed Sullivan introduced The Beatles and their music to America.

George's tribute to Mr. Sullivan is done with respect, and a bit of humor that adds a theatrical touch to the show.