Elvis & The Beatles: The Greatest Concert That Never Was

The concert that music fans have dreamed about for generations is finally brought to life!

Saturday, December 5th at 8pm

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ALL SEATS are RESERVED for THIS PERFORMANCE
Preferred Seating: $32.50 (FRONT SEVEN ROWS of FIRST LEVEL ORCHESTRA SEATING)
Regular Seating: $27.50 (REMAINDER of FIRST LEVEL ORCHESTRA SEATING)
THE FRONT BALCONY SEATS: $27.50
Balcony Seating: $22.50
$5.00 Discount for Seniors on all price levels!
$20 - Groups of 12+ (call the box office to order group tickets)

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS NOW

Go for Dinner &  A Show


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


CLICK HERE to SEE THE REGENT THEATRE’S “Dinner and a Show” Offer
Then simply call the box office at 781-646-4849 to order your Show tickets and Restaurant Vouchers
(Show Tickets and Restaurant Vouchers are sold separately but for a single price)



“Absolutely Incredible!”
- Dick Clark

“If I didn’t know any better, I would swear it was The Beatles.”
Bob Eubanks, Beatles Promoter Hollywood Bowl

“The Mahoneys are their own built-in ‘Legends in Concert’!”
Randy Alexander, The Times Of New Jersey


A Regent Theatre Legends Series Exclusive—Performed By The Mahoney Brothers
In their latest production “The Greatest Concert That Never Was”,  The Mahoney Brothers have brought together the two greatest rock icons - Elvis Presley and The Beatles - in one amazing show! The concert that rock fans have dreamed about for generations is finally brought to life by award-winning performers The Mahoney Brothers for one show only at the Regent Theatre!

SPECIAL BONUS:  As part of this event—celebrating 50 Years of The Beatles in America—The Regent will screen the short film “Beatles Boston” at Intermission!

The Beatles’ arrival in the U.S. in 1964 created a massive cultural phenomenon. Beatle-
Mania swept the nation. The city of Boston embraced the Four Lads from Liverpool.
Filmmaker and lifelong Beatle fan Eric Green examines The Beatles’ history with
Boston: their concerts, their fan base, and their connections to the city. Using archival
footage, visiting locations as they look today, and talking to Beatle experts, this
documentary short shows why Boston has always loved The Beatles and continues to
today!