Charleston Ballet bringing 'Magical Mystery Tour' to Coliseum

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The Charleston Ballet Theatre is bringing its critically acclaimed psychedelic Beatles experience to Charleston on Friday, May 8th.

"The Magical Mystery Tour" will feature music from the band "One Flew South." 

Here's a bit about it from their Web site:

Hot off the success of its sold out run earlier this year, The Magical Mystery Tour is a journey through the massive songbook of the The Fab Four featuring stunning dance interpretations of classics including "Lady Madonna", "Yellow Submarine", "While My Guitar Gently Weeps", and "Penny Lane", along with a set list of over 20 more Beatles hits.

Afterwards, guests will be treated to a live Beatles tribute concert by none other than local guitar hero Eddie Bush and the band One Flew South, held in the NPAC lobby. This is a rocking one-night event celebrating the rock n' roll legacy of the greatest band on earth and one that will be talked about long after the music ends.

The show starts at 7:30 p.m. at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center.

Tickets are $41 adults and $26 students. For tickets call the box office at (843) 734-7334 or buy them online.