Southern California's #1 Beatles Tribute Show

Hard Day’s Night Southern California's #1 Beatles Tribute Show has been thrilling audiences with tight harmonies and flawless note-for-note instrumental renditions of Beatle hits. Hard Day’s Night has honed their show to become one of the most musically and visually satisfying Beatle tribute acts in the world. Hard Day’s Night is based in Los Angeles and available to perform throughout North America, Europe and Japan. 

Their custom-tailored costumes, vintage instruments, Liverpudlian dialect and precise attention to every detail recreate the magic, music, wit and wisdom of the total Beatle phenomenon. On stage, the four permanent members capture the unique personality, physicality and charm of the Beatle they portray, including the Fab Four’s familiar head bobs, toe taps and patter between songs. 

Three costume changes cover the full range of the Beatle experience and beyond, with authentic early black suits, Sgt. Peppers’ regalia and Abbey Road attire, with all scenes set by video backdrop. Hear the horn section on Penny Lane and the full orchestration of Day in the Life. Relive the emotional intensity of John in his classic white suit performing Imagine, Paul’s moving Yesterday solo, the high energy of stadium songs like Twist and Shout and 30 other Beatle hits.

The Show

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1963-1966 
Hard Day’s Night opens with the Ed Sullivan era featuring an Ed Sullivan impersonator hosting the show. They capture the Beatles youthful charm and wit as well as the spot on look with their “Mop Top” hair and tailored black suits featuring “She Loves You” and “Twist and Shout.” 

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1966-1967  
Next the group transports you through the psychedelic sounds of “Sgt. Pepper.” With amazing renditions of “Penny Lane” and “Day Tripper” all performed LIVE and on stage without the use of any backing tracks or sequencers. 

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1967-1970  
The show ends with a touching and poignant view of the Beatles with songs from the “Roof Top” up to the break up. Moving performances of “Let it Be,” “Hey Jude” and “Imagine” are highlighted to end an exciting time capsule of unforgettable music.


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