The newly restored Yellow Submarine is being shown at International House Philadelphia on Friday, June 15th and Saturday, June 16th. Go here for tickets and more information. Long out of print, Yellow Submarine was originally released in 1968. Rather than using conputers in the process, the film was restored frame-by-frame and includes footage that was not in the original release. Watch the trailer below.
Down The Abbey Road, a “symphonic celebration of The Beatles’ masterwork commissioned by The Mann,” will take place on June 30th at the outdoor Fairmount Park venue. The show is an edition of PECO Pops, a concert series presented by the energy company. The evening will feature The Philadelphia Orchestra, as well as Joan Osborne, Rodney Crowell, and James Nash and the Nashvillains.
A “re-imagining of The Beatles,” the Thursday night show will highlight the talents from multiple generations. Performing a version of the final recording by the group who inevitably influenced the music they’ve created, contemporary artists such as 7-time Grammy nominee Joan Osborne and Grammy-award winner Rodney Crowell will be present on stage, as will Americana outfit James Nash and the Nashvillains. This is not to forget featured performers The Philadelphia Orchestra, who will be conducted by Lucas Richman.
Tickets for Down The Abbey Road are $19.50 (lawn seating), $34.50, and $49.50. When purchased online or by phone, a service charge of at least $7.50 per ticket applies. Tickets are available at TicketPhiladelphia.org, Ticketmaster.com, or by calling (800) 745-3000. Doors to the concert open at 6pm, show time is 8pm, and it is all-ages. For all other information, visit the Mann Center’s page for the event. —Claire Fishkow