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Sing the Beatles – to Live Music!
A fabulously fun community sing a long event with live music from the Quarry Persons
The Quarry Persons return to lead us through our fave Beatles songs in the grand Hoytt Theater.
Cabaret table seating, couches, lyrics projected on screen, and room for dancing.
Bring the family & friends to “Pub J” for a fun our third annual evening singing along to Beatles songs accompanied by live performance by The Quarry Persons.
The Quarry Persons have led standing room only “Sing the Beatles” events for the San Francisco Free Folk Festival for several years and more recently rocked the Kensington Circus Pub for many a Saturday Night and most recently at the Freight & Salvage in Berkeley.
Come and sing along to your favorite Beatles songs with all those memorable lyrics projected on the Hoytt screen, sing, and get up and dance! Fun for all ages.
The Hoytt will be set up pub style with concessions inside, cabaret table seating and cozy couches in the back.
Bring your friends and share that voice you’ve been keeping for the shower!
Wine, beer, a selection of soft drinks along with coffee, tea and a variety of snacks and freshly baked goods available for purchase. Concessions may be enjoyed throughout the performance in the theater. No table service.
200 N. San Pedro Rd., San Rafael, CA 94903
From Highway 101 in San Rafael, take the North San Pedro exit and head east. The Osher Marin JCC, at 200 N. San Pedro Road, is on the right-hand side, half a mile from the freeway exit.
* The Osher Marin Jewish Community Center’s parking lot is located directly in front of the building with parking spaces for disabled patrons available.
* Additional parking is available at the JCC Annex lot, located at 210 N. San Pedro Road (just east of the main campus). In the event of multiple programs, or heavily attended events, overflow vehicles may be directed to available street parking or on adjacent properties.
* Evenings and weekends only: There is additional parking across the street at Venetia Valley School.