Poway OnStage Concert
Back to the Garden in “HELLO GOODBYE: 1969 from Abbey Road to Led Zeppelin”
Poway OnStage favorites, Back to the Garden (Beatles: Alone/Together, Sounds of the Laurel Canyon, Monterey ’67 Revisited) enjoy a faithful following because of their authentic renditions of iconic songs and musical periods. More than a concert, each production is a carefully crafted celebration, and Hello Goodbye: 1969 from Abbey Road to Led Zeppelin, promises no less.
In 1969 America said hello to amazing debuts from Led Zeppelin, Santana and Crosby, Stills & Nash, and Neil Young released his solo LP. Creedence Clearwater Revival enjoyed three albums in the top 10, and the Rolling Stones were on a roll. Mid-August unleashed Woodstock, which left its indelible mark on American music. Unbeknownst to most, The Beatles were beginning to “say goodbye,” but that wasn’t obvious when they released Abbey Road in September. Rock was still very exciting as the ‘60s ended, and this concert celebrates the final year in that legendary musical decade.
This show made possible by GVCA
- Saturday February 26th, 2022 - 8pm
- $30-$60 Adults
- $26-$51 Seniors (65+), Active Military, Students (age 13-21)
- $15-$30 Half Price Youth Tickets (12 and under)
A $9 handling and facilities restoration fee will be added to each ticket.
This event will close in 35 days
Made possible by:
- Location: The Poway Center for the Performing Arts Get Directions
- Run Time: 120 Minutes
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