Foundation Vejdusit Under the patronage of HRH Princess Galyani. Princess Galyani Wattana Department Luang Narathiwat Conjunction with the Bangkok Symphony Orchestra Foundation. Invites fans of The Beatles or "Beatles" as well as those who love music in every concert of the year. The initiator Tribute Band at "The Bootleg Beatles" Fly from the UK to join the Bangkok Symphony Orchestra. Singing the hits from the decade of 60s on Monday 16 June at the Queen Sirikit National Convention Center. The income after expenses will go to Foundation for Slum Child. Under the patronage of HRH Princess Galyani. The Princess Galyani Wattana Project sponsor and disabled children across the country.
This historic charity concert held in line with the celebration of the 50th anniversary of The Beatles crossed the Atlantic to conquer the hearts of fans across America and around the world at a later time. Will be held on Monday, June 16, 2557 between the hours of 20:00 to 22:30 pm at the Plenary Hall 1-3 Queen Sirikit National Convention Center by The Bootleg Beatles and the Bangkok Symphony Orchestra Foundation. Have prepared the memorable songs such as She Loves You, Yesterday, I Want to Hold your Hand, Ticket to Ride, Here comes the Sun, Hey Jude, Let it Be and music with many immortal.
The four members of The Bootleg Beatles met for the first time in a musical. "Beatlemania" at the West End of London in 2522 and worked well together as a Tribute Band at The Bootleg Beatles to this day is recognized worldwide as the only way to transfer songs. Including the unique experience of performing in the band The Beatles perfectly.
Tickets sold at the price of 1,000 / 2,000 / 3,000 / 4,000 and 5,000 baht
For more information call 02 262 3456 or reserve tickets to Thailand Ticket Major outlets.
Formed from the West End cast of the Broadway musical "Beatlemania", The Bootleg Beatles' career began at a now long forgotten student's bash in Tiverton, Devon, UK on March 26th 1980 - almost ten years to the day since Paul McCartney announced the original's had split. Giving themselves six months to make or break it, the group signed up to the late Brian Epstein's NEMS agency. The new band's calendar slowly filled with a mix of all-night college balls and tough tours of the Working Men's Clubs of the North of England and Scotland - The Bootleg's Hamburg.
Cutting to 1982, the now firmly established B.B.'s were offered a six-week tour of The U.S.S.R., becoming the first western rock group ever to tour the Soviet Union. Almost true Beatle-like scenes of hysteria greeted the Bootleg's sold out concerts in Moscow and Leningrad. The world beckoned the group as they toured India, The Middle East, The Far East (playing to 18,000 fans at the Areneta Coliseum, Philippines) and in 1984, to the USA (leaving London on Pan Am flight 01A on the 7th February - exactly twenty years to the day after The Fab Four).
As the eighties wound down the world's first 'tribute' band were ready for a fresh challenge - the story had only just begun. Read on...
Into The Nineties
Ten years after the last curtain had fallen on 'Beatlemania' and the Bootlegs Beatles' odyssey had begun, their international reputation had grown immensely, mainly due to the band's many successful concert tours abroad. In the UK though, the band needed a new direction. A master plan was conceived to recreate, city by city, the Fab Four's final British tour ('65).
However, theatre bosses and promoters didn't warm to the concept, so the band took destiny into their own hands booking the nine-date tour themselves and the annual event that has become The Bootleg Beatles Christmas Tour was established. Within three years the tour had become 40 dates strong, including regular sell out performances at the London Palladium, The Liverpool Empire and The Albert Hall - venues The Beatles themselves had graced 30 years before.
Having seen the Bootlegs' storming set at the '94 Glastonbury Festival, Brit Pop band Oasis caught the BB's show again that Christmas at Southampton's Guildhall. Noel and Liam Gallagher were so enamoured with the group that they asked them to be the support act for their record-breaking 1995 Earl's Court shows - culminating with both bands sharing the stage for 'I Am The Walrus' (Captured on the video 'There and Then') - and then the following summer joining Oasis again for their massive outdoor events in Loch Lomond, Cork and Knebworth. These gigs and an appearance on the cover of the NME, heralded the Bootleg Beatles' breakthrough to a new contemporary audience, something unheard of for a 'tribute' act. Since becoming regulars on the festival circuit, The Bootlegs have played Wembley with Rod Stewart and Elton John, shared the bill with The Corrs, David Bowie and Iggy Pop and filled Tokyo's Budokan Hall in their own right.
Over the years The Bootleg Beatles have performed in front of many, many thousands of people including such notable luminaries as Sir Paul McCartney, George Harrison, George Martin and Her Majesty, The Queen. Of all the venues they have played perhaps none (aside from Buckingham Palace!) was more auspicious than their appearance on the rooftop of the Apple Building at 3, Savile Row, London. On the freezing morning of 30th January 1999 the BBs performance commemorated the Fab Fours' farewell gig exactly 30 years ago to the day, the event transmitted on news channels across the globe.
Now into their 35th year The BB's have set the standard for all those hundreds of 'tribute bands' who have followed in their footsteps as they continue to keep the spirit and magic of the greatest pop group the world has ever seen well and truly alive.