Bubble do Beatles are thrilled to announce it’s first shows of 2014. We will be playing 3 free Saturday shows (1/25, 2/8 and 2/22) at the brand new Front/Row at South Street Seaport, a fully enclosed heated cube. Each date we’ll perform 2 afternoon shows (2pm and 4pm) that will focus on a different period of the Beatles career. 1/25: The Early Beatles; 2/8: A Hard Day’s Night to Rubber Soul and 2/22: Revolver to Abbey Road. All shows are free and open to the public, but reserve your spot by RSVP-ing to the following links for each date.
Back for their first Beatles kids show of 2013, Bubble roll up to 92Y Tribeca’s BYOK (aka Bring Your Own Kid) series on Sunday, November 4th with a set of the Fab Four’s hits from the latter half of their career. Come hear Bubble lovingly recreate songs from Sgt. Pepper, Magical Mystery Tour (the film has JUST been restored and re-released!), Yellow Submarine, The White Album and Abbey Road. Order tickets HERE!
It’s been over a year since Bubble have performed any indoor Beatle shows, and we return this February with two back to back performances of “Beatles For Sale” (plus hits from A Hard Day’s Night, Help, Rubber Soul and Revolver) in Wilmington, DE and New York, NY! On Saturday, February 18th, it will be our first time ever at the World Cafe Live @ The Queen…anyone in the vicinity, please help spread the word! And we will return to NYC’s 92YTribeca and the Bring Your Own Kid series. Hometown fans, please come out and show your support…we’ve missed you! “Beatles For Sale” is one of our favorite Fab albums and contains acoustic gems and raw rock n’ roll. We’ll capping that off with some of our favorites from the albums that came before and after. Bring the whole family!
Bubble perform a special “best of” concert of selections from The Beatles 1968 classic White Album for this family friendly concert at 92YTribeca (which IS in Tribeca but NOT on 92nd st). Featuring a dizzying array of styles and sounds, The Beatles (unofficially named The White Album by fans after the plain white album sleeve) was an extreme departure from the group’s previous psychedelic albums Revolver, Sgt. Pepper and Magical Mystery Tour. From rock n’ rollers like “Back In The USSR”, “Everybody’s Got Something To Hide Except For Me And My Monkey” and “Birthday” to gentle acoustic numbers like “I Will,” “Cry Baby Cry” and everything in between, The Beatles crammed two records full of more ideas than most bands do in their entire careers. At this morning performance Bubble will introduce kids (and reintroduce their parents) to some of the best moments from this landmark album.
$15, babies under 2-years-old are free. Order tickets here.