Disclosure: I have received free tickets to the concert in return for promoting this event. We love the Beatles and great beer at our house so all opinions are my own.
This weekend Beatlemania hits San Antonio. This Friday and Saturday night at the Laurie Auditorium the San Antonio Symphony will present, Live And Let Die—A Symphonic Tribute to the Music of Paul McCartney.
According to the San Antonio Symphony about the concert:
Bridging the sound between popular Beatles rock tunes and classical music, guest conductor Martin Herman will take center stage at Laurie Auditorium. Herman will amplify the essence of the Beatles era through orchestral arrangements as singer and accomplished musician Tony Kishman and his four-piece tribute band will evoke the iconic spirit of Liverpool’s famous band and its iconic front man. Hailed Beatles’ anthems and popular McCartney solo tracks to be performed are “Hey Jude,” “Penny Lane,” “Yesterday,” “My Love,” “Uncle Albert,” “Let It Be,” “Maybe I’m Amazed,” “Hello Good-Bye,” “The Long and Winding Road,” “Get Back,” “Silly Love Songs” and “Live and Let Die.”
Because I know many of you are like me (at least when I'm not pregnant) Club Coda is offering a Double Decker bus ride to the concert on Saturday night. The bus boards at the Stone Oak & Alamo Heights Lion and Rose locations before stopping at the Blanco and 410 location for appetizers and a cash bar. While on the bus enjoy complimentary St. Arnold's beer. Tickets for the bus are $50 and include a ticket to the show.
For more information and of course to purchase tickets to the show and for the bus click here.
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