Tickets On Sale For Annual Peace Day Concert

September 8, 2013

Tickets and special hotel packages are now available for the second annual Peace Day Concert in Bermuda, which will be held in conjunction with Peace Day activities around the world on Saturday [Sept 21] at 8pm in the Bermuda Botanical Gardens.

The 2013 edition of the concert will pay homage to all-time great musicians and peace ambassadors The Beatles, John Lennon and Bob Marley.

Headlining the event is The Fab Faux, known for its all-star lineup of musicians led by Late Night with David Letterman’s Will Lee that produces some of the most accurate note-to-note covers of Beatles songs available today.

‘The Love Singers’ at the 2012 concert:

The Splash Band from Barbados will perform the event’s Bob Marley tribute. Other notable performers who will grace the stage include Rachel Brown, Joy T Barnum, McCartney K, K Gabrielle, Phil Morrison, the Bermuda School of Music and the Glass Onion Band. Celebrated English comedian and musician Jimmy Keys will MC the evening’s festivities.

Host hotel Fairmont Southampton is offering the Lennon Bermuda 2013 Package for stays between Saturday, September 14 and Sunday, September 22, from $369 USD per night based on double occupancy.

The package includes overnight accommodations with private balcony, two special premium/silver seats at the performance, two complimentary drink tickets per person and two keepsake Lennon Bermuda concert laminates. The package is also available at The Fairmont Hamilton Princess starting from $399 USD per night based on double occupancy.

Tony Brannon & the Grand Finale of the 2012 concert:

Several different ticket options are available from Premier Tickets Global website. Adult general admission tickets start at $50.00, and children’s tickets start at $25.00. VIP table options are also available that can include a special edition CD, dinner, drink tickets/open bar options, VIP parking and a custom commemorative lanyard.

Bermuda will forever have a special place in John Lennon’s legacy. In 1980, Lennon sailed to the island as part of a six-week odyssey that cured a five-year absence from composing music. After encountering a near-death experience in very rough seas, Lennon arrived in Bermuda energized and inspired.

He composed songs based off of his experience there that were later released on Double Fantasy, the last album released while he was alive, named after a particular species of flower he saw at the Bermuda Botanical Gardens.

For more information about the concert visit here.

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  1. Heidi Andrade says:

    Hotel stay…$369? $399? That’s not a deal, even with inclusives.

  2. buzz says:

    I wanna know who benifits from this So call Peace Concert,,