50th Anniversary of the Beatles’ Candlestick Park Concert

Although the Beatles played an unannounced concert on the rooftop of London’s Apple Building, the their last concert performance is often considered to have taken place in 1966 at San Francisco’s Candlestick Park. While the audience was unaware that it was their last show, the Beatles themselves knew the significance of the event and performed a spectrum of hits from their live concerts.

On Saturday November 12, you can come party and sing along to some of the greatest songs in Rock n Roll history!

For the 50th anniversary this concert, the Sand Lake Center for the Arts will host a performance on November 12th. A band consisting of regional experienced rock & roll musicians will perform this epic Beatles concert in a song by song re-creation of the set lists actual order. The band will include guitarist Graham Tichy, bassist Steve “Clyde” Davies,  drummer Pete Vumbaco, pianist Mike Kelley, and guitarist Dave Maswick. The band has performed a series of local shows commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Beatles phenomenal effect on every generation of music lovers that has followed their magnificent musical output in the 1960’s.

This group of local all-stars will also perform many other selections from Beatles albums that have reached it’s golden anniversary, such as “A Hard Day’s Night”, “Meet the Beatles,” “Rubber Soul”, “Help” and others! This is not an event to miss!

Graham Tichy is a guitarist, vocalist and instructor from upstate New York specializing in Rockabilly, Swing Jazz, Rhythm and Blues, Country, British Invasion, and Rock and Roll. Take a listen to some of Graham’s wonderful music!