Old date: Saturday 31st July 2021
New date: Wednesday 29th September 2021
Due to ongoing government restrictions, the Let It Be Live – 50th Anniversary Tour has been rescheduled as follows:
Wednesday 29th September 2021 (previously Saturday 31st July)
All tickets purchased for the original date remain valid for the rescheduled date without need for exchange. Ticket-holders for the Adelaide event only will be issued new tickets for the new venue in the coming days.
Ticket-holders unable to attend the new date can obtain a refund from their point of purchase but must submit a request before 5pm, Monday 20 September.
Live Nation apologise for any inconvenience resulting from this change of arrangements. The safety of patrons, performers and crew is of the utmost importance to us and we hope you are remaining safe. We thank you for your understanding and continued support of live entertainment in these unprecedented times.
For any further ticket enquiries, please contact your point of purchase.
Following two sold-out tours of The Beatles’ Abbey Road live in 2019/20, ARC is returning in 2021 to present the final Beatles album in all its glory – Let It Be.
ARC, Australian Rock Collective, comprised of Kram, Darren Middleton, Mark Wilson and Davey Lane are self-confessed Beatles tragics. As they did with Abbey Road Live, the band will once again walk the tightrope to faithfully and lovingly bring another brilliant Beatles creation to life on stage – Let It Be from start to finish - followed by a second set playing a selection of favourites spanning the breadth of The Beatles’ catalogue.
Predominately recorded in 1969 prior to Abbey Road, Let It Be was released on May 8th 1970, days before the release film of the same name and almost a month after the band split-up.
Home to 12 tracks including “Get Back”, “The Long and Winding Road”, “Across the Universe” and of course “Let It Be”, McCartney’s ode to his mother, Mary. It was The Beatles’ 12th and final studio album, and the closing chapter in the greatest rock ‘n’ roll story of all time.
The Let It Be recording sessions were filmed and are set to be released later this year in the Peter Jackson produced and directed documentary, The Beatles: Get Back.
Let It Be Live will tour around the country this July with tickets going on sale this Wednesday, April 14, at 1pm.