After the success of the Kaneland Community Fine Arts Festival, the Kaneland Arts Initiative is inviting the Cavern Beat back to the Kaneland stage on Friday, May 2, at 7 p.m.
The Cavern Beat borrows its name from the now world famous Cavern Club in Liverpool, England.
The Beatles played more shows there than anywhere else in their whole career. Starting with founding member and drummer Alan Wagner, the initial idea was a simple one: perform the music of The Beatles as it was, by them. The band uses only guitars, drums and true voices. No computers or digital processors, no tapes or loops, no modern sounding amps … just pure original Beatles! Take a look at their website: www.thecavernbeat.com.
Joining The Cavern Beat on the stage this Friday will be the MidKnight Special.
The MidKnight Special, directed by Rachel Shershen, is the top choir at Kaneland Harter Middle School. This is the second year that the MidKnight Special has sung with the Cavern Beat.
Tickets are on sale at the Kaneland WebStore, found at www.kaneland.org.
Tickets are $10, $8 for students and senior citizens, and the ever popular Family Ticket is $25. The Family Ticket allows all members currently living in one household to be admitted for the single price of $25.
More information about the event and upcoming events can be found on the KAI website, www.kanelandartsinitative.org.