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The Box Office is located at the Capitol Theatre, 238 King St. W, Chatham. OPEN Hours - Mon-Fri 9:00am - 5:00 pm.
ON SHOW DAY AT THE KIWANIS THEATRE the box office, will be open1 hour prior to the show for ticket sales or ticket pickup.
ON SHOW DAY AT THE Chatham Capitol Theatre - the box office, will be open 2 hours prior to the show for ticket sales or ticket pickup.

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Event Information

Title:
Beatles Versus Stones
Venue: Capitol Theatre
Beatles Versus Stones: The Battle of the Brits
 
From the same promoter who brought you "Rumours: The Ultimate Fleetwood Mac" show, now comes "Beatles vs. Stones"!
 
VaughnCo Entertainment is proud to present the ultimate Beatles vs Stones tribute show, featuring premier tribute acts 4 Lads from Liverpool and Jumping Jack Flash. Don't miss the story of the infamous rivalry between the two greatest bands of the rock & roll era; it's a thrill-ride of a show!
 
The show begins with The Beatles in their famous black suits, performing the songs that changed the world in so many ways. They are followed by the Rolling Stones, also in their early 60s "look", featuring Mr. Brian Jones on his famous teardrop guitar. As the show (and historical timeline) progresses, you will witness the Beatles in their Sgt. Peppers wardrobe, the Stones in mid-60s psychedelic finery, and then finally the fashions of the late 60s/early 70s.
 
The grand finale is a mash-up of both a Beatles and a Stones hit - yet another back-and-forth clash of these musical titans, culminating with a cast-member asking the qudience , "Well who won tonight? Was it the Beatles or the Stones?" In the end though, it's the audience who won, because they had such a magical experience! 
 
If you didn't see the Beatles and the Stones in the 1960's here's your second chance...
 
Tickets $35.50 - $56.50