Appleton Boychoir "With a Little Help from my Friends... The Beatles Concert"

The Appleton Boychoir will perform “With a Little Help from my Friends…The Beatles Concert” on Sun., Oct. 25, at 4 pm at Lawrence Memorial Chapel.

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The Appleton Boychoir will open their 2015-2016 Season with a tribute to the legendary Beatles.  The season is focused on Celebrating the American Spirit.  While the British may have lost the Colonies to the cause of liberty, America certainly lost millions of hearts to the Beatles in 1964. The British invaded America with full musical force.  John, Paul, George and Ringo arrived in New York and with them Beatlemania.

The Appleton Boychoir salutes the Beatles with a tribute concert featuring some of the band’s most famous hits, including “When I’m Sixty-Four,” “Ticket to Ride,” Yellow Submarine,” “Here Comes the Sun,” and “Octopus Garden,” and many more.

Reserved seating $10, $15, $20.

Tickets for all Appleton Boychoir performances can be ordered: by CALLING the Appleton Boychoir office at 920-955-ABCI (2224) using Visa or MasterCard as payment; ONLINE at www.appletonboychoir.com; or IN PERSON forty-five minutes prior to each performance with cash or check payment only.

Founded in 1979 by Austin Boncher, James Heiks, and Frank Rippl, the Appleton Boychoir has given musical training to thousands of area boys.  Past highlights have included the annual Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols here in Appleton, as well as National and International concert tours that have taken the boys to places such as Croatia, China, South Africa, Japan, the Soviet Union and Europe.  The mission of the Appleton Boychoir is “enriching lives through singing.” To learn more about the Appleton Boychoir and other upcoming performances, please visit www.appletonboychoir.com.

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