Ticket giveaway for RAIN – A Tribute to the Beatles – The Best of Abbey Road Live!
NOTE: This giveaway is currently closed. The winner has been notified.
If you’re a hardcore Beatles fan or would love to introduce your tween or teen toe the brilliance of The Beatles, this week’s giveaway is perfect for you. We’re giving away two tickets to RAIN, a Beatles tribute show taking the stage at Walton Arts Center on Friday, November 12, 2021 at 8 p.m.
ABOUT THE SHOW:
This mind-blowing performance takes you back in time to the 1969 release of the legendary album Abbey Road. Mastering every song, gesture and nuance of the legendary foursome, RAIN delivers a note-for-note theatrical event that’s “the next best thing to seeing the Beatles” (Associated Press). Experience the worlds’ most iconic band and hear all of your favorite hits come to life in The Best of Abbey Road Live!
Here’s a sneak peek video of the show:
HOW TO ENTER:
If you’d love to win these 2 tickets to see RAIN at Walton Arts Center, scroll down to the bottom of the post and past the comments posted by other local moms. Then write a quick comment telling us either your favorite Beatles song or favorite lyric from the Beatles. It’s so hard to choose a favorite, but you can do it! (We “The Long and Winding Road” is one of our faves.)
You can also email your answer to us at giveaways@nwaMotherlode.com.
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