If you’re a Beatles fan (and who isn’t) Yesterday A Tribute to The Beatles is one of the most authentic tribute acts devoted to The Fab Four in the world… and you can catch them performing six nights a week at The Tropicana in Las Vegas.
Founded in 1986 by John Lennon impersonator Don Bellezzo, the band has become world famous for their spot on channeling of what it was like to see the greatest rock n’ roll band of all time perform live. The group has performed on Dick Clark’s “Your Big Break” and “Star Search, and they’ve earned such a great reputation over the years that they’re the featured performer on Royal Caribbean’s Beatles Tribute Cruise and they were asked to perform at the unveiling of the Yellow Submarine stamp at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, DC. For years, they performed to screaming audiences the Tropicana in Atlantic City… before they moved to the even more high profile stage at the Tropicana Las Vegas.
Watching the band perform classic hits like “Please Please Me,” “I Wanna Hold Your Hand,” “A Hard Day’s Night,” “Yesterday,” “I Saw Her Standing There,” “All My Lovin’,” “Twist and Shout,” “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds,” “Here Comes the Sun,” “Revolution” and countless others, you’ll be brought back to the era when The Beatles first rocked the world. With detailed audio and visual recreations of iconic moments like the bands’ legendary 1964 Hollywood Bowl concert and the Sgt. Pepper era, this is one of the most authentic tributes to The Beatles in the world.
Yesterday A Tribute to the Beatles will bring you back to a time when The Beatles led the British invasion and changed popular music forever. With two and a half decades of experience impersonating the legendary band under their belt, seeing this amazing act is as close as you’ll get to experiencing what it was like to see The Beatles live… and without all the screaming teenage girls that the real band had to deal with every time they played, you’ll actually get to hear the music.