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Beatles tribute band heats up Northborough summer concert series

Beatles for Sale perform as a part of the Northborough Community Affairs Committee's summer concert series.

Beatles for Sale perform as a part of the Northborough Community Affairs Committee's summer concert series.

Northborough – The Northborough Community Affairs Committee (CAC) held their second summer concert of the summer July 24 at Ellsworth McAfee Park.

Members of the Northborough community set up chairs and blankets to watch the concert. Beatles for Sale, an award winning Beatles tribute band, provided the musical entertainment for the evening. Their renditions of Beatles” classics such as “Let it Be” and “Hey Jude” were hits among the audience. For the younger members of the audience magician Fran Flynn moved about the crowd to perform a variety of tricks. For families that didn's bring picnics the Knights of Columbus held a cookout.

The Northborough CAC will hold two additional Thursday-night concerts this summer: Aug. 7 featuring The Hub and the final show Aug 21.

Photos/Gregory Arnold

Northborough families enjoy a summer concert at Ellsworth McAfee Park.

Northborough families enjoy a summer concert at Ellsworth McAfee Park.

 

 

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