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What's on New Year's Eve 2009?

New Year's Eve Party with Beatles, Beach Boys Tribute Bands
OC Pavilion (Santa Ana, CA)

OC Pavilion's New Year's Eve revue Fun Fun Fun! features live performances by tribute acts Paperback Writer (in the style of The Beatles), Beach Toys (Beach Boys), and Pleasant Valley Sunday (The Monkees). A separate room provides DJ music and dancing, and tickets include a midnight champagne toast and hot and cold hors d'oeuvres.
Ring in the New Year at the OC Pavilion performing arts center with the great rock tunes of yesterday at the Fun, Fun, Fun New Year’s Eve celebration. Tribute bands featuring the music of the Beatles, Beach Boys & Monkees will be on hand for hours of entertainment.The show begins at 8:00 p.m. Tickets include the champagne toast at midnight, hot & cold hors d'oeuvres, and a chocolate fountain. Performances from Paperback Writer, The Beach Toys and Pleasant Valley Sunday begin at 8:00 p.m. on the OC Pavilion main stage. DJ music and dancing is available downstairs in the Vault VIP Lounge.Paperback Writer performs live the most complex Beatles songs that others simply can't perform. Due to their outstanding show, they have already toured the world and U.S. to include: The Caribbean Islands, Grand Cayman Islands, Mexico, Panama City Panama, Manta Ecuador, Sitka Alaska, Victoria British Columbia, New Orleans, Louisiana, Winston, Salem, North Carolina, Orlando, Florida, Las Vegas, Nevada, and many more.The Beach Toys transport audiences to a simpler time by recreating the sight, sound, and mannerisms of the most recognizable band that influenced a generation. From the striped shirts and Sansabelt slacks, to the suede "Beatle Boots" and wavvy hair, right down to the definitive harmonies and groundbreaking lyrics about life in California. They play the same instruments, have "the look", and spot-on capture the sound that defined the 60's.Pleasant Valley Sunday magically recreates the actual T.V. show comedy along with the great music of The Monkees! They even have the real laugh track, Mr. Babbit (Monkees rent-seeking landlord) as well as sound effects and props right from the real T.V. show. Pleasant Valley Sunday was awarded the honor of being selected to perform (over other Monkees tribute bands) at the 2004 Monkees Convention in Los Angeles, California


A thoroughly Beatles New Years Eve
Wednesday, Dec 31 6:00p to Thursday, Jan 1 (2009) 1:00a
at The Whale & Ale: Whale & Ale, San Pedro, CA
Yes, they are back....
The Backbeats, The Beatles Tribute Band
Enormously popular on their last three visits to The Whale & Ale, are back in Pedro


Las Vegas...

and what was then...

The New Year in England on Beatles trail - with McCartney concert
From: Chicago Sun-Times Date: September 10, 1989 Author: Jack Schnedler Copyright (null) Chicago Sun-Times. Provided by ProQuest LLC. (Hide copyright information) Copyright information

Fanatics of the Fab Four can greet 1990 in style on a New Year's Beatles tour of England. The one-week winter vacation, departing the United States on Dec. 29, costs $1,349 per person, double occupancy, including airfare from New York, hotels in London and Liverpool, and a ticket for the Jan. 3 Paul McCartney concert in Birmingham.
Organizer of "The Definitive Beatles/McCartney Tour to Britain" is Charles F. Rosenay, a Beatles buff from New Haven, Conn. He has been conducting two-week summer "Magical Mytersy Tours" for a number of years under the aegis of Liverpool Productions.


MALTA, 2007 New Year's Eve Gala Dinner with " The 4Fabs "
Start the New Year in style and enjoy an unforgettable experience
New Year's Eve Gala dinner in the hotel's Grand Ballroom with live entertainment into the small hours.

New Year's Eve with The FAB Beatles Tribute Band, The Rutledge December 31, 2008

Celebrate New Year's Eve with The FAB, a Beatles Tribute band, at The Rutledge. There will be free valet and a champagne toast.
Note: This event is for adults ages 21 and up only.

New Year's Eve with the Mahoney Brothers - the Beatles Show
Recher Theatre Towson, MD
Wed, Dec 31, 2008 08:00 PM

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