Direct from London. The Bootleg Beatles is arguably the greatest Beatles show in the world. They have proudly done more than 4500 shows in over 40 countries in last 41 years. Their stunning authenticity coupled with their musical credibility has seen them perform Wembley Stadium and the Royal Albert Hall.
The tour promises to take the audience on a musical and visual journey commencing with songs from the small combo early years and concluding with the magnificent George Martin produced orchestral recordings of the latter albums.
Described as ‘Fastidiously Authentic’ by The Telegraph London, the Bootleg Beatles have performed on the Graeme Norton show and for the Queen at Buckingham Palace. They are the only Beatles band endorsed by Sir George Martin.
Location Te wāhi
Aotea CentrePlan your route
Getting there Te huarahi ki reira
The Aotea Centre is a short walk up Queen Street from Britomart station, and the Civic car park is conveniently located beside the venue if you’re driving.
Local tip He tīwhiri mō te rohe
Check out the sculpture of celebrated Kiwi opera singer Dame Kiri Te Kanawa which sits on Level 3 of the Aotea Centre. It was created by local artist Terry Stringer and unveiled by Dame Kiri Te Kanawa herself when the auditorium was named in her honour in 2019.