DALLAS (1080 KRLD) – On September 18, 1964 The Beatles played Dallas Memorial Auditorium to a standing, and screaming, room only crowd.READ MORE: Haltom City Police Officer Dies After Battle With COVID-19
“It doesn’t just cover one facet of the Beatles career, it includes everything,” said Malcolm Mayhew, Media and Public Relations Manager at Bass Performance Hall.
Audiences are raving about the detail and authenticity of the show, from the cast and costumes to the musical instruments.READ MORE: Dallas Nonprofit Serving More Students' Mental Health Needs Since COVID-19 Pandemic Started
“The guy who played Paul McCartney, he sounded just like him and he traded guitars just like Paul does during the shows,” said Leah Pasant, audience member and Beatles fan.
Young and old alike walked out after the show dancing and still singing the Beatles classics they had just experienced.
“We are members of the Dallas Summer Musicals so we go to all the musicals, but this was a really good one, one for the books,” Pasant added.
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