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YESTERDAY – A Tribute to The Beatles

Jul 13 at 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm

Since 2001, Yesterday – A Tribute to The Beatles (founded by Don Bellezzo) has toured internationally, with seven tours of Japan and numerous performances in Canada, the Philippines, Hong Kong, the Bahamas, and United States military bases worldwide. Endorsed by Sir Paul McCartney, the group has performed on five continents and has been featured in Rolling Stone Magazine, Showbiz Magazine. The group has also premiered on NBC, CBS, and ABC, among others. Yesterday has entertained at events such as the unveiling of the “Yellow Submarine” Postage Stamp at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C. Additionally, they have collaborated with Yesterday Productions on ‘The British Are Coming!’ production, depicting the Beatles’ “Live” US performances, which enjoyed long-term runs in Atlantic City, Lake Tahoe, Reno, and other venues nationwide. As the resident Beatles Show Band for “Legends in Concert,” Yesterday performs in Las Vegas, Nevada and Branson, Missouri, as well as completed successful tours in Mexico and Canada with future tours planned for Canada in 2023.
In their extensive career, Yesterday has garnered recognition from celebrities such as Laurence Juber and Tony Perkins and has been invited to headline events like the annual Joe Johnson’s Beatles Cruise. The group’s accomplishments include a 5-month run at the Tropicana LV Resort Casino on the Las Vegas strip in 2021 and being featured with other Las Vegas celebrities at McCarran International Airport. With a rich history of performances and collaborations, Yesterday continues to captivate audiences worldwide, solidifying their place as one of the premier Beatles tribute bands and contributing to the vibrant entertainment scene in Las Vegas, the ‘Entertainment Capital of the World.’


Jul 13
7:30 pm to 9:30 pm
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