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Join us for The Long and Winding Road: The Music Of John, Paul, George and Ringo, from the rooftop into history! On January 30, 1969, The Beatles performed an unannounced concert from the rooftop of their Apple label headquarters building at 3 Saville Row, within central London's office and fashion district. The impromptu live set was the culmination of sessions that resulted in the album and film "Let It Be" (currently expanded into the documentary film "Get Back"). Within less than a year the Beatles as a band were no more, and the members began prolific solo careers that continued producing memorable music throughout the following 50+ years.
On August 28, 2022, Rockin' At The River, in conjunction with the City of Pontiac, proudly presents a live tribute to the Beatles collectively and individually, covering the entire "Let It Be" album and a wide selection of solo material from John, Paul, George and Ringo. The show will feature many of central Illinois' most established and respected musicians from such area groups as The Nikbeats, Kool Ray & the Polaroidz, Ready Steady Go, Johnny Quest, The Bogart Jones Band, and more. Generations have grown up with the music - you won't want to miss this very special one-night only event!
Join us at the Band Shell on Sunday, August 28 from 5-8PM for another fantastic concert in our Rockin' at the River Summer Concert Series! These concerts are supported by a grant from the Illinois Prairie Community Foundation as well as the support of our generous business sponsors including Platinum Sponsors Boldt Home Improvement and Precision Planting. To see the complete list of sponsors visit DowntownPontiacIL.com.
Rockin' at the River Concerts are family-friendly, free, and open to the public. Food vendors will have items for sale or you can bring your own picnic! Bring your own lawn chairs or blankets to sit on; a small number of chairs will be available if you didn't bring your own. Please remember that all parks are smoke and alcohol free. In the case of inclement weather, the concert will be moved to The Eagle Performing Arts and Conference Center.