Come together in Rhyl for a tribute band who are almost as good as the real thing.

The Mersey Beatles are just as good as the real thing, according to John Lennon's younger sister, and the tribute band will have crowds twisting and shouting in the isles when they come to Rhyl on Saturday, November 10.

After sold out shows in the USA, Asia and Europe, the world renowned Liverpool-born tribute band are retracing The Beatles’ footsteps on their ‘Get Back UK Tour’ which visits the same towns, cities and original venues the Fab Four rocked in the 1960s.

The brilliant two-hour show will not only see The Mersey Beatles play the very same songs John, Paul, George and Ringo did in Rhyl in 1962 and 1963 but they will chart the Fab Four’s full career through the hits from Love Me Do to Let It Be.

Julia Baird, who first saw older brother John Lennon and his band perform for her in her kitchen at home in the 1950s and is a director of Liverpool’s world famous Cavern Club, said: “It’s going to be a brilliant show in Rhyl. The Mersey Beatles are a fantastic band who nail the sound of The Beatles. I’ve known them for the best part of 20 years and they recreate The Beatles atmosphere wonderfully.

“The audience will have a great time and I’m sure the good people of North Wales will not be constrained by their seats on the night as The Mersey Beatles have that brilliant ability to get people up on their feet dancing. John would have loved that!”

Formed in Liverpool in 1999, The Mersey Beatles – Mark Bloor (John), Steven Howard (Paul), Craig McGown (George) and Brian Ambrose (Ringo) – were the resident Beatles’ tribute band at The Cavern for more than a decade and have now toured the world many times over.

Tickets are on sale from the Rhyl Pavilion box office, by visiting the website:, by calling 01745 330 000 or via