“Ticket to Ride” A tribute to the Beatles!

“Authentic costumes, instruments and precise note-for-note renditions of the greatest songs ever written.”

This best describes Ticket to Ride!

America’s leading tribute to the one and only Beatles. Ticket to Ride has been touring internationally since 1999 and features some of the best Beatles impersonators in the country.

Their show includes many of the Beatles iconic  looks. It  begins with the four lads appearing  on stage wearing the iconic 1964 famous black Beatle suits, thin black ties and ” Beatle Boots”.  The second half of the show features the vibrant “Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” uniforms, closing  with a trip down Abbey Road.

Ticket to Ride performs songs from every Beatles album, with  beautiful ballads like “And I Love Her” to the rocking “Twist & Shout”!  The audience is treated to the witty banter that the Beatles are known for, with Liverpool accents  for  the true  Beatles Experience!

The cast members of  Ticket to Ride have performed in Australia, Great Britain, New Zealand, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Canada,  and Japan. They’ve headlined in Las Vegas!

Ticket to Ride  has  shared the bill with rock legends, The Beach Boys, Little Richard, Stevie Wonder, Herman’s Hermits, The Guess Who and many others.

They’ve performed at  private events  for Tom Hanks, David Foster, John Ritter and Goldie Hawn.  The boys have also been featured in television specials and commercials, appearing on the television show “9 On The Town”  in the segment “America’s Greatest Tribute Bands!’

Ticket To Ride is currently touring with the legendary Bob Eubanks and is the official band in the hit Beatles show “Backstage With the Beatles.” 

Beatle fans of all ages will enjoy this magical trip back to the swinging 60’s.

Don’t miss this live theatrical event.

A splendid time is guaranteed for all!


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