Beatlemania Again members stayed in character as they took photos with the fans Wednesday evening at Memorial Park in Berkeley Heights. Credits: Bobbie Peer
Pictured left to right: Dr. Pat Smith of Smith Chiropractic and Steve Guastamacchia, owner of Pete's Place Family Restaurant at Yogoccino (Beatlemania Again concert sponsor.) Credits: Bobbie Peer
Credits: Bobbie Peer
Credits: Bobbie Peer
Credits: Kinlin O'Brien
July 10, 2014 at 9:43 AM
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - The Berkeley Heights Summer Concert Series opened up with an exuberant performance from the band, Beatlemania Again Wednesday evening. The concert began at 7:30 p.m. at Memorial Park where an audience of 600 Beatle fans, both young and old, came to relax with family and friends and enjoy a celebration of iconic music.
Beatlemania Again certainly did not disappoint. Last year they wrapped up the Summer Concert Series but this year they came back to kick off the series with an even more impressive and lively performance that made the spirit of the Beatles come alive on stage. They had people of all ages jumping up from their chairs, dancing and singing along.
Their perfect British accents and spot on Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band attire caused smiles all throughout the crowd and culminated in a perfect summer evening that the audience would never forget. The band played many of the classic Beatle hits such as “I Want to Hold your Hand”, “All You Need is Love” and “Twist and Shout”. These songs, amongst others, were obvious crowd pleasers and created a charismatic atmosphere.
The Concert in the Park Series is sponsored all season long by Suburban Chamber of Commerce, Rotary Club of Berkeley Heights and Berkeley Aquatics. The Beatlemania Again concert was sponsored by Yogoccino Yogurt Cafe.
From the success of Wednesday night’s concert, it seems that this year’s Summer Concert Series is going to be one for the books. Stay tuned for more exciting Wednesday night concerts featuring The Beginnings on July 23, Elvis Tribute Show on July 30 and The Infernos on August 6.