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Virtually International Beatleweek

August in Liverpool wouldn’t be the same without International Beatleweek, so to keep all you avid Fab Four fans happy Cavern City Tours will be bringing the festival to the city, virtually!

To celebrate the annual week of festivities, Liverpool’s iconic Cavern Club will be reopening its doors post lockdown to welcome customers back in style where they can watch pre-recorded live performances from Beatles tribute acts from around the globe.

Going back to the club where it all began for The Beatles, the Cavern will reopen on Thursday 27th August and aims to provide top tier entertainment from bands and artists from over 20 different countries to reduced audience and to fans all over the world via social media.

Cavern director Bill Heckle says

“International Beatleweek is the highlight of the year for many of our loyal customers from around the world, and for that reason, we couldn’t let a year go by without doing something to mark the occasion. It is obviously going to be a very different with social distancing and covid safety measures in place, but we’re sure the Cavern’s evocative spirit will remain as we bring fans together to celebrate the music of the fab four, safely and at a distance. “

UK Government and health official covid guidelines are being followed and measures are being put in place to ensure a safe re-opening. The biggest problem for the cellar club, identified by Cavern directors, was the lack of ventilation. To combat this, a brand-new air-conditioning system which perpetually brings fresh air into the club has been installed during lockdown. 

The Cavern will be open to visitors from 12pm until 10pm from Thursday 27th August -Tuesday 1st September with a full schedule of live performances shown simultaneously on giant screens on both The Cavern and Live Lounge stages as well as The Cavern Pub and Facebook. 

Bookings do not currently have to be made to visit the Cavern during ‘Virtually Beatleweek’ but customers should check the ‘Know Before You Go’ information on the Cavern’s website www.cavernclub.com before they come, to find out more about what measure will be in place and what they can expect from their visit during the pandemic. 

For further information www.cavernclub.com 

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