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|Denny Laine to perform this Saturday at San Diego Beatles Fair|
[Posted by Adam Forrest on Tuesday, 03/22/16 2:03 pm] [Full Blog] [Tweet] [Facebook]
This Saturday, original member of the Moody Blues and member of Paul McCartney and Wings from 1971 to 1981, Denny Laine, will appear at the 2016 San Diego Beatles Fair at Queen Bee's Art & Cultural Center in San Diego.
Denny Laine will perform the Moody Blues' first hit "Go Now" from 1964, and also participate in a Q&A, hosted by Bart Mendoza. Also appearing will be the Baja Bugs, True Stories, Cody Lovaas, the Dave Humphries Band, and more. And, Pat Matthews and Gillian Lomax from Beatles-a-Rama internet radio will be at the event with special prizes to give away!
|Tribute band performing at previous San Diego Beatles Fair|
In addition, a whole block of Ohio Street nearby will feature everything Beatles, an awesome selection of goods including memorabilia, collectibles, as well as a large variety of hand made one-of-a-kind Beatles merchandise.
Food trucks will be on-site providing some of San Diego's finest cuisines. There will also be the 21+ patio area for adult beverages, as well as the acoustic open mic stage located on the back patio this year.
This will be the fourth year that the San Diego Beatles Fair has been hosted on Queen Bee's stage.
The 2016 San Diego Beatles Fair takes place at Queen Bee's Art & Cultural Center which is located at 3925 Ohio Street in San Diego, Ca (map), on Saturday, March 26, from Noon - 11 PM on Queen Bee's Main Stage.
For more info, visit their website at sandiegobeatlesfair.com or click here for tickets.
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