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Glendale Arts Presents

Bob Eubanks
Backstage With The Beatles

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There are Beatle tribute bands and books and films about The Beatles. But there has NEVER been a show like Bob Eubanks Backstage With The Beatles !

You probably know Bob as the host of The Newlywed Game, and as the co-host of the Rose Parade for Tribune Broadcasting for nearly 38 years. Bob was also a popular rock ‘n roll dee-jay. What audiences will be surprised to learn is that Bob is the only living person to have produced and financed a Beatles concert all three years they toured America.

Did you know that in 1964, Bob borrowed $25,000 on his house and presented The Beatles to Los Angeles at the Hollywood Bowl? In 1965 he produced two shows at the Hollywood Bowl and one in 1966 at Dodger Stadium. After that 1966 concert, there would only be one more. The Beatles would never tour again.

Bob has fascinating and hilarious never-heard-before stories about his experiences with The Beatles, their manager Brian Epstein, and the screaming throngs of fans who attended the concerts. He has put together an entertaining one-of-a-kind show that will appeal to all audiences. Backstage With The Beatles combines seldom heard stories about the ‘Fab Four’, never before seen photos of the Bob and the band, and classic Beatle songs sung live onstage by talented tribute band Ticket to Ride.

Audiences are raving about this show, and tickets have been selling out quickly!

Backstage With The Beatles is co-presented with Glendale Arts, the non-profit management company of the Alex Theatre. Proceeds from the show will go towards the Glendale Arts Programming Fund, which powers quality programming at the Alex Theatre by providing support to Resident Companies and other non-profit organizations that makes it possible for them to present their performances at the Alex.

VIP Tickets
VIP tickets include a pre-show reception – 6:30-7:30 pm in the Terrace Lobby – where guests will have a chance to meet Bob Eubanks and the members of Ticket To Ride.

Bob Eubanks offers an exclusive, limited edition poster, sold after the show at a special show price, but the line to purchase this poster can be long. VIP ticket holders will have the opportunity to purchase the poster during the Meet and Greet prior to the show. Bob will sign the poster with any personalization you request and it will be secured in a protective cardboard tube. You can pick it up after the show without waiting in line. A bonus available ONLY to VIP ticket holders!

Late Seating: Latecomers will be seated at discretion of the event’s Presenter

[See below for additional Per Ticket Fees & ADA Accessibility information]
Contact Nina Crowe at Glendale Arts Admin Office for information on how to purchase – 818.243.2611 x11.
Available via Box Office Window/Americana At Brand Concierge Desk/Glendale Community College Auditorium Box Office/Phone/Internet.

A Restoration & Programming [RP] Fee and a Service [SRV] Fee are assessed in addition to Face Value [FV] price of every ticket.
FV Ticket Price of $0 – $20.00:
Total Per Ticket Fee = $4.50

• Walk-Up/Phone/Internet Purchase – $4.50: [$2.50 RP Fee + $2.00 SRV Fee]
FV Ticket Price of $20.01 & up:
Total Per Ticket Fee = $6 or $8

• Walk-Up Purchase – $6.00: [$4.00 RP Fee + $2.00 SRV Fee]
• Phone/Internet Purchase – $8.00: [$4.00 RP Fee + $4.00 SRV Fee]

All seating areas other than the ADA Accessible seating area [Orchestra Row X] require a minimum of 8 stairs to access, and there is NO ELEVATOR. If you require ADA accessible seating: Walk-Up – Tell Ticket Agent at beginning of transaction. Online – Once in the sales portal, click CHOOSE SEATS and select seat(s) from the ADA Accessible section [Orchestra Row X] on the Seat Map. You may purchase, subject to availability at the time of your ticket purchase, up to three companion seats per Wheelchair seat. By selecting and purchasing this seat you affirm that you have accessibility needs or that you are accompanying a patron who has accessibility needs. If you have questions about accessibility or do not see what you need, please contact the Alex Theatre Box Office at 818.243.7700 x217.