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|Fans to celebrate Beatles 50th anniversary in Hollywood on Feb. 9|
[Posted by Adam Forrest on Monday, 02/03/14 5:06 pm] [Full Blog] [Related Posts] [Tweet] [Facebook]
This Sunday, all four of the Beatles Hollywood Walk of Fame Stars in front of the Capitol Records building in Hollywood will be decorated with flowers and Beatles mementos at a free-to-the-public gathering on the 50th anniversary of the Beatles' first live performance on American television on The Ed Sullivan Show.
|The Capitol Records Tower in Hollywood|
A special guest Ed Sullivan impersonator will welcome the Beatles fans at the festive Hollywood gathering. A specially decorated "Beatles 50" Anniversary Cake will be cut by Chris Carter, radio host of "Breakfast With The Beatles", and shared with all Beatles fans in attendance. Guest musicians and singers will perform the Beatles timeless and memorable songs throughout the celebratory afternoon event.
The special anniversary event is being held in support of the "Beatles NYC 50" events taking place to celebrate the memorable and history-changing musical anniversary.
The event takes place at 1:00 pm on Sunday, February 9 at the stars for John Lennon, George Harrison, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, which are all located side by side in front of the Capitol Records Tower Building, which is located at 1750 N. Vine Street in Hollywood.
Check out the event's Facebook pages here and here. For further information call Jerry Rubin at 310-399-1000 or email him at JerryPeaceActivistRubin@earthlink.net.
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