12 British Invaders picSummertime is the perfect season to have outdoor, family-friendly events. That’s exactly what Gates Four is offering with their Summer Concert Series. On June 26, the British Invaders band will be performing at the Gates Four Golf & Country Club Pavilion. The band will present a Beatles Tribute to Beatlemania of the 1960s when English bands stormed the U.S. music charts and won over crowds of screaming fans. While dressing in period Nehru suits and playing vintage instruments, the British Invaders will entertain the audience with a mixture of British hits from the Beatles, Rolling Stones, The Who, The Kinks, Dave Clark Five, The Animals, The Yardbirds, Rod Stewart and Elton John.

The Beatles formed in the 1960s and when they hit the scene in the United Kingdom, their fan base exploded. The Beatles were dominating the music scene in 1963, with women, men and young people of all ages going crazy over them. The term “Beatlemania” was coined by the press to describe the scene at Beatles concerts, and even during their travels. The Beatlemania was so strong, that during their concerts people couldn’t even hear the music being performed, due to all of the loud screaming fans. So, in 1966 the Beatles decided it was best for them to remain a studio-only group.

The Summer Concert Series will allow those in attendance to step back into what is remembered by many as one of the greatest musical eras. The British Invaders have been known for their striking resemblance to the Beatles band which is one of the many reasons they were selected to play this year’s Gates Four Summer concert series.

“Getting people out after 2020 and bringing the music they want to listen to, and bring something appealing to all ages, was the goal in putting together this line-up,” said Greg Adair, coordinator for Gates Four Summer Concert Series.

Tickets for all concert dates are available for purchase online at www.fayettevilledinnertheatre.com. Tickets are $60 per person and include the concert, food and lawn seating (bring your chairs). Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. with food (included with ticket price) served from 6 to 7:30 p.m. A complete line of beverages will be available at three convenient full-service cash bars serving Healy Wholesale beer, wine products and your favorite mixed drinks. Concierge table service will be provided for VIP tables inside the Pavilion. Fayetteville's own Mash House Brewery will also have a large selection of their custom craft beers available.

For VIP Tables, group rates or more information, call 910-391-3859. Tickets are limited in order to keep the concert attendees comfortable and socially distanced.

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