Indiana April 15, 2019
Come Together For The World’s Largest Beatles-Inspired Festival Right Here In Indiana
There’s going to be a Beatles-inspired festival in Jeffersonville, Indiana this May that has been going on for 18 years. This gigantic celebration of love and music is a must-see if you love The Beatles, and it’s going to feature bands and fans from across the universe.
Come together for an event like none other. You’ll never forget this helter-skelter fest. Check it out:
Taking place Memorial Day Weekend (May 23-27, 2019) at the Big Four Stadium in southern Indiana, Abbey Road on the River (AROTR) is an annual music festival that takes place each year in order to celebrate the greatest rock band that ever existed.
It features 50 bands, many food vendors, a retail and craft market, interactive artworks, activities for kids and much more.
Known as the world's largest Beatles-inspired festival, this unique event takes place right on the Ohio River at the foot of the Big Four Pedestrian Bridge, which connects Jeffersonville to Louisville and is known to light up at night. It is the perfect backdrop for this five-day event.
The fest has been going on since 2002 and is currently in its 18th year. It attracts 20,000 fans from all over the world who want to sing along to "All You Need Is Love," "Hey Jude," and "Let It Be."
Over this five-day span, guests enjoy more than 250 concerts of Beatles 1960s music. Fifty bands from around the world come together to sing Beatles music and other tunes from the 1960s.
Additional concerts will take place at The Radisson Hotel Grand Ballroom, which is about two miles from the river. Keep reading for information about single, two-day, three-day, and five-day passes.
All ages come together to enjoy timeless songs that can't be beat. When you attend this event, you become a part of the Beatles family for life. There are many fans who come out to this fest every year, bringing kids and grandkids.
When you're not enjoying the music at this Beatles-inspired festival, you'll be crowding the food vendors and craft market. All sorts of fair foods, artwork, clothing, accessories, and Beatles merchandise abound.
The hippie inside you will be drawn to the interactive art. These colorful displays make great Instagram photos and unforgettable experiences. There are also children's activities to keep the young ones entertained.
If you've ever wanted to dress up as your favorite Beatle, this fest gives you the perfect opportunity to do so. Cosplay as Paul, John, Ringo, or George or grab your friends and go as the whole Fab Four.
Tickets are currently on sale for the world's largest Beatles festival. A one-day pass is typically $40, but you can get them for $25 with a special promo code found on the website (link below). Two-day passes cost about $60 while three-day passes are $120. A general admission five-day pass is just $100 while the Ultimate Ticket to Ride five-day pass is about $220.
Learn more about ticket prices and what is included with each on the official website for Abbey Road on the River
here and also be sure to follow its Facebook page for more information.
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