Beatles – The Caverners

CavernersThe Caverners debuted in 1994 and have since been exciting audiences with their note for note perfect portrayal of The Beatles in concert. With authentic instruments, costumes and stellar vocals this all Canadian cast recreates an incredible performance night after night leaving audience screaming, stamping their feet and shouting for more.

All the great songs are there too, everything from She Loves You to Day Tripper, from Yesterday, Help, and A Hard Days Night to Get Back and Hey Jude.

See it for yourself. THE CAVERNERS will hold your hand back to The Ed Sullivan Show in February 1964, then drive your car and take you on a yellow submarine to meet nowhere men, Taxmen, and people named Jude, Lady Madonna and John and Yoko. It’s a ride you won’t want to miss.

Testimonials

“What a GREAT voice you have!!!!! And one of the few shows I enjoyed from start to finish!” - Michael Dimeo, GM, Chrysler Theatre, Windsor, Ontario

“The performance was fantastic. Great reviews from everyone who attended last night and this morning.” - Joe Orlando, Chrysler Canada

“Fabulous show, one the entire family can enjoy…over 7,000 guests were thoroughly entertained by The Caverners at this years festival” - Gerry Ginsberg, (former) GM, Niagara Grape and Wine Festival, St. Catharines, Ontario (headliner performances annually 2002- 2010)

“Your show was great. I was particularly impressed by the ‘George’s’ looks, mannerisms and playing. You, your Ringo and John were just as good – I just have a soft spot for seeing George’s parts played live.” - Andrew Croft, Publisher, Beatlogy Magazine

“You guys were nothing short of fantastic for the Marysville show. I continue to hear astonishing remarks regarding your performance. Herb has received calls at city hall and myself both at city hall and at home. You made quite an impression on our community.” - Gary Orr, Mayor, Marysville, Michigan

“This band is the ultimate tribute to the boys from Liverpool. The audience was totally in their hands from the first note.” – Roger Gipson, (former) chair, Festival of the Islands, Gananoque, ON

 

 

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