From honoring our veterans to taking a trip down Abbey Road, there are several options for a night out in Clermont this November at the Clermont Performing Arts Center.
Experience a Beatles concert the way it was performed in 1964, when the Fab Four’s big hits like “I Want to Hold Your Hand” rocked the top of the charts for months. It was the year The Beatles appeared on “The Ed Sullivan Show” and made their film debut in “A Hard Day’s Night.”
Now, “1964 The Tribute” brings their music and magic to Clermont’s Mainstage in an amazing, authentic re-creation of The Beatles.
“Rolling Stone” magazine called their performances “the best Beatles tribute on earth.” Alistair Taylor, former president of Apple Records, the label founded by the Beatles, said, “The resemblance was uncanny. Never have I seen another group go to such detail.”
The four, talented musicians, who take on the persona of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr, have gone to great lengths to duplicate The Beatles, including their instruments, outfits, hairstyles, and showmanship. The bass player even learned to play left-handed like McCartney.
Join us on a musical journey hearing the songs by the band regarded as the most influential in history.
Get your weekend started at one of Central Florida’s top comedy and entertainment venues. It’s Friday Night at the Black Box Theater, a 250-seat theater that comics have dubbed the perfect venue.
Kick back and be entertained by the nation’s top stand-up comics and variety acts seen on HBO, Showtime, major cruise lines, and late-night talk shows. Come see what all the buzz is about, as you enjoy a full bar provided by Premier Event Services.
The party is always on, and you’re invited!
Emmy and Peabody Award-winner Charlie Grinker worked with some of the biggest comedy giants since the dawn of television.
Recently, ABC produced live episodes of the iconic sitcoms “All in the Family” and “The Jeffersons.” Co-hosting the special was Norman Lear, a talented man known for being brilliant and brave. Before breaking new ground in TV, Lear was a World War II hero who flew 52 combat missions.
Grinker worked with Lear and other comedy giants, including Steve Allen, Jack Benny, Bob Hope and Milton Berle. Grinker pulls back the curtain to share anecdotes about them and the creators of TV classics like “Saturday Night Live,” “The Carol Burnett Show” and the first “Tonight Show.”
Tickets to these performances and more can be purchased through the Clermont Performing Arts Center website or by calling the box office at 352-394-4800.