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Your big guide to celebrating International Beatleweek Posted On 10 August 2022

Everything you need to know ahead of the ultimate celebrations for one of the world’s best known bands


There are only a handful of musicians in the history of the world that have gained true stardom.

Those special few are household names across the globe, regardless of a person’s taste in music.

Popular acts that come to mind when we think of world class musical talents include the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Queen, Michael Jackson and, of course, The Beatles.

English rock band The Beatles, who first formed in Liverpool during the 1960s, became one of the most influential bands of all time and started a true phenomenon called “Beatlemania”, because of the sheer amount of intrigue and number of fans that were attracted to any occasion they would attend.

Made up of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr, even today The Beatles remain one of the world’s most famous bands, despite it being over 50 years since the release of their last album, Let It Be.

To celebrate the famous quartet, a whole dedicated week will be held in their home city of Liverpool to honour their incredible music and the generations they inspired.

International Beatleweek Festival will this year be held from Wednesday, August 24 until Tuesday, August 30.

Hosted by Cavern City Tours, there will be a range of things to see and activities to take part in Liverpool, perfect for any big fan of The Beatles.

There will be live music from 70 different bands from over 20 countries in the city to celebrate, with some even playing on the three stages at the Cavern Club, which is recognised as the site where The Beatles first formed their true musical identity.

Each hour, there will be different bands performing on each of the Cavern Club’s stages, as well as a range of other stages throughout Liverpool to give visitors a chance to see the sites on offer.




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