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The Beatles tribute show, “A Day in the Life: A Beatles Experience” is returning to Highfield Theater on Friday and Saturday, September 20 and 21.

The Falmouth Theater Guild is bringing back the Beatles tribute show, “A Day in the Life: A Beatles Experience,” for two nights at Highfield Theater as a special event and fundraiser.

This year the band is paying tribute to the iconic “Abbey Road” album. In addition to new video content, the audience can expect more than 10 new songs to celebrate the final album The Beatles recorded.

The show will include everything from No. 1 hits to deep cuts.

“A Day in the Life” was formed in 2011 in Camden, Maine. Members of the band include Morgan Cates who is also the show’s producer, along with Ira Kramer, Chris Colon, Andrew Carlson and Phil Burns.

“A Day in the Life” differs from other Beatles tribute bands in that it is more of a theatrical experience. According to Mr. Cates, the group describes the event as a multimedia show, not just a band, aiming to present a nostalgic journey to who those who were there, and a history lesson to those who were not.

The performers in the band are in their 20s and 30s, but they find the music transcends generations, especially messages of peace, love and unity.

“A Day in the Life: A Beatles Experience” will be performed at Highfield Theater in Falmouth on Friday, September 20, and Saturday, September 21, at 7:30 PM. Tickets are $33 for adults, $28 for seniors, and $23 for those under 18. Tickets can be purchased at FalmouthTheatreGuild.org or by calling 866-811-4111. Group ticket sales can be arranged by calling the box office at 508-548-0400.

Highfield Theater is located at 58 Highfield Drive in Falmouth.

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