Beatles Walking Tour

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BEATLEMANIA erupted on February 9th,  1964.  On that evening,  The Beatles performed on the Ed Sullivan Show in New York City before an estimated TV audience of 73 million viewers.  After that performance the world changed forever,  and the lives of the Fab Four would never be the same.

Midtown Manhattan is certainly a New York City tourist attraction with sites such as Rockefellar Center,  Radio City Music Hall,  Times Square,  Central Park South and many other “postcard attractions.” 
More than 3 million people populate this area daily including toursists,  students,  office workers and local residents.  Enjoy your Rock Junket Beatles tour through this vibrant neighborhood and then enjoy the many boutiques,  museums,  restaurants and bars. 
Life Support For Rock History

What's Included

This 2 hour Beatles walking tour follows the path of John,  Paul,  George,  and Ringo,  visiting sites including: 
•The Ed Sullivan Theater
•Strawberry Fields and the Lennon Mosaic
•Central Park
•Carnegie Hall
•and more!

Additional Info

What Is Not Included?

It’s a visual walk through midtown Manhattan so people watching is also a plus.  We will not be going into any of the buildings,  but feel free to wear your Beatle boots.

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2 hours

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Meet Bobby P


I am an author,  former rock radio personality,  and rock historian.  I’ve spent 17 years as a music executive working with Nirvana,  Smashing Pumpkins,  Hole,  Rancid,  Offspring and The Ramones.  I’ve been doing Rock n’  Roll tours since 2001.


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