BEATLEMANIA will rule once again in Rhyl this September.

The Mersey Beatles will bring a sensational 50th anniversary celebration of the Fab Four’s legendary Abbey Road album at the Pavilion on Friday September 20.

Abbey Road – which features such stunning tracks as Come Together, Something, Here Comes the Sun, and the ground-breaking 16-minute album closing medley – is regarded by many fans and critics alike as The Beatles’ greatest LP and incredibly was never performed outside the iconic studio it was named after.

Steven Howard, who performs as Paul McCartney, said: This year is both our 20th anniversary and the 50th anniversary of Abbey Road so we wanted to give Beatles’ fans something really special.

“Abbey Road is regarded by many as one of the Beatles best albums, if not the best. However, as The Beatles stopped touring in 1966, they never played these amazing songs to a concert audience.

"Fans today rarely, if ever, get chance to hear this amazing album played live in full."

Who better to stage the music of the Fab Four than their biggest fans, who present a show that is already wowing sell-out audiences across the globe, the world-renowned Liverpool-born Beatles tribute band will also play a spectacular set featuring John, Paul, George and Ringo’s greatest hits.

Every Mersey Beatles concert is a hit-packed celebration of the greatest band of all-time, from the ‘Mop Top’ hits of Beatlemania, through the psychedelic creativity of Sgt Pepper to the melodic wonder of the Fab Four’s later work.

This not to be missed show hits Rhyl Pavilion on Friday, September 20 at 7.30pm.

Tickets are £23, available from or by calling the box office on 01745 330000.