Long Live The Beatles

The world's longest running Beatles tribute!

Sunday May 22, 2:00PM

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Tickets: Reserved Seating
$32.50 – Preferred Seats: 1st 10 Rows Center Orchestra
$27.50 – Reserved Seats: Rest of center/middle Orchestra
$22.50 – Reserved Seats: Side and rear Orchestra & Balcony
$20.00 – Reserved Groups of 12 or more
$5 DISCOUNT for Regent Theatre Card Members (excludes Group Price)
online/phone orders include additional service charge

$50 Dinner and a Show tickets for Flora restaurant available by calling the box office!

After several years of performing Top 40 covers in the NJ nightclub circuit, The Mahoney Brothers (then consisting of brothers Tim and Brian, along with two other childhood friends) began what would turn out to be a long unexpected career as “tribute artists” from a simple request of a NJ club owner in 1977: “Could you perform a full night of music from just one artist?”

Although the band had to perform “Ticket To Ride” three times that night to fill the sets, The Mahoney Brothers (donned in Meet The Beatles style black turtlenecks) realized they had stumbled upon something special. They were immediately invited to return to the club for a number of performances that month and The Mahoney Brothers Long Live The Beatles show was born.

By the fall of 1978, Long Live The Beatles growing reputation and a sold out show for 10,000 people at Six Flags Great Adventure brought the brothers to the attention of the producers of the Broadway Production Beatlemania. The producers were blown away by the brothers’ attention to detail, including right-handed guitarist Tim who had recently taught himself to play bass left-handed to accurately portray Paul McCartney. An offer was made to Brian and Tim to audition for the roles of John Lennon and Paul McCartney respectively. The brothers passed the audition and soon began daily rehearsals on Broadway for their debut on the “White Way”.

While Tim and Brian were still in rehearsals in 1979, Beatlemania closed on Broadway. But the brothers wasted no time and secured themselves a multi-year deal for Long Live The Beatles with Six Flags Entertainment, enlisting youngest brother Mike on the drums as “Ringo” along the way. The show was performed for an estimated three million people at the Six Flags parks from 1979-1984.

After extensive touring in the U.S. and Canada in 1985, the brothers were asked to join the cast of the Las Vegas Show Of The Year, Legends In Concert. The band accepted the offer and spent six months in 1986 headlining in Legends at Caesars Hotel And Casino in Atlantic City. Although The Beatles would later become a staple of Legends, The Mahoney Brothers were the first Beatles act to join the production.

Relive the magic…