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1964 The Tribute Announced As Final Cherry Fest Act

By Beth Milligan | May 24, 2022

Beatles cover band 1964 The Tribute will appear at the National Cherry Festival on the Pepsi Bay Side Music Stage on Thursday, July 7.

For three decades, 1964 The Tribute has been hailed as the most authentic and popular Beatles tribute band, playing before audiences around the globe. Tickets for the National Cherry Festival show go on sale Friday, May 27 at 9am online or at 888-212-3258. Tickets are $20 for general admission or $25 for reserved tickets. The festival's VIP Deck Experience, featuring complimentary adult beverages, an elevated view of the Bay Side Music Stage, and a full buffet meal, will also return this year. A limited number of VIP Deck passes will be available for 1964 The Tribute at $145 each.

1964 The Tribute is the eighth and final night of entertainment announced for the 2022 National Cherry Festival. Sheryl Crow will perform on July 2, Dwight Yoakam and Home Free will perform on July 3, Collective Soul and Tesla will perform on July 4, Nelly will perform on July 5, Jim Gaffigan will perform on July 6, 1964 The Tribute will perform on July 7, ZZ Top will perform on July 8, and Boyz II Men will perform on July 9.

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