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What a fabulous show! At first, it seemed like I was back in the 60’s at a Beatles performance. RAIN did a magnificent job in being the Fab 4. They hit the mark! The music, gestures, and personalities were spot on. Well done! Bravo! I want to go back for another show. Thanks for a very memorable and totally fun evening! This is definitely a MUST see!
Adrian from San Francisco
WHAT A SHOW!
I saw the 4-8-2011 show @ the Orpheum & loved every minute. The various Beatle periods were accurate down to Harrison's faded Fender Stratocaster. The starkness of the opening number was clever and soon progressed to the colorful outfits of Sgt. Peppers. I counted over 25 songs. The harmonizing was incredible, sound was superb. The videos were very clever, well done, & funny. These guys really nailed it!
Larry Hall from Atlanta
I'm 52 years old and I missed the actual concerts, but last night I had my wish come true. I watched the Beatles in concert. Spectacular!
Jan from Upstate New York Area, north of Albany, USA
Went with my son, daughter in law and 7 year old grandson. We all loved it! I was in High School when the Beatles came to the U.S. and loved their music from the first time I heard it and still do. Rain brought back wonderful memories for me that I will cherish for a long time to come. What a talented group of young men. I felt like I was back in the 60's. I recommend this show to everyone.
Judy from Puslinch, Ontario
It has been a long time since I have had so much fun singing my heart out to every song at a concert. I actually felt like I was a teenager again hearing the songs for the first time. I would see this show over and over they are that good. Kuddos to John, Paul, Ringo and George you were amazing. The next time you are anywhere close to where I live I am so there. Thanks for such good fun.
Jpete from Detroit, Michigan
WAS IT RINGO??
Fabulous show. Did anyone see Rngo in the
lobby? Good impersonator or was it him........
Russell Keske from Chicago, Illinois
Rain is the closest thing to being at a real Beatles concert. The performance was
spectacular. They played every Beatles song ever known! I have gone twice and
the performance was even better the second time!
Rob from Cleveland, Ohio
ONE OF THE BEST CONCERTS I'VE BEEN TO.
If you love the Beatles you need to see this group. It was an amazing performance.
When 3,000 people are singing along to Hey Jude for 10 minutes straight, it is
Tim, Taylor & Phillip from Campbell,Ca
FRIDAY THE 13 - BEATLES RAIN IN SAN JOSE
Fabulous trip through time.
Great show. Terrific performance.
Neat videos and imagery, fantastic sound.
Enjoyed it with my 20 yr olds.
Exceeded all of our expectations.
Jamie from Baton Rouge, Louisiana
RAIN, TRIBUTE TO THE BEATLES!!
Rain put on a fantastic concert! They
are extremely talented! We would love
to go see them again!
from Cleveland, Ohio
JUST LIKE THE BEATLES ONLY BETTER
I WAS FORTUNATE ENOUGH TO SEE THE BEATLES AT MUNICIPAL STADIUM AUGUST 1966.
THE BEATLES WERE WONDERFUL BUT THE SHOW RAIN PUT ON WAS 1000 TIMES MORE
POLISHED AND DAZZLING. THEY CREATED A SUPERB FANTASY OUT OF A UNIQUE
REALITY. IT WAS HEAVEN WITH THE COSTUMES, VIDEOS AND SPECIAL EFFECTS. AND
THE SOUND WAS LIKE AN ENHANCED BEATLES. LOVED IT. THANK YOU RAIN FOR
COMING TO CLEVELAND.
Larry Falcone from Charlotte, North Carolina
We were in Liverpool last June and made the
"In the steps of the Beatles" tour. My
expectations were high last night at The Belk
for Rain. We were not disappointed. It was a
Fabulous show,with great graphics and
incredible performers. The Beatles would
have been impressed . It was my 79th
birthday present from my daughter Michelle
and son Matt. February 25th. Same as
George Harrison. Topped off a wonderful
day! I hope to see it again. Seats and
acoustics were great. Ate at Merts before
concert. A must see for everyone.
Sean M. from Charlotte, North Carolina
SECOND TIME SEEING RAIN IN CHARLOTTE - GREAT SHOW
Went to See RAIN at Belk theater, was a great show. The music was fantastic, the props,
costumes all great. The Mannerisms of the real Beatles were done to perfection. This is
the second time I have seen in Charlotte, (Steve Landes) is a great John Lennon, (Alastar
McNeill) is phenomenal as George Harrison, (Ralph Castelli) has Ringo down perfect. The
first time we saw Rain - (Joey Curatolo) played Paul McCartney and was spot on and
phenomenal - This time around his son (Paul Curatolo) played the part of Paul McCartney -
He was very good, but was a bit over the top and could benefit by toning it down just a
slight tad. Both played McCartney very, very well but Dad Curatolo was a better McCartney
in my opinion. All in All an awesome experience, every Beatles fan owes it to themselves
to go and See RAIN. The Belk theater in Charlotte is a great venue for this show.
Beverly M from Boston, Massachusetts
Totally awesome show. My seats in left orchestra were perfect giving me a great view of the stage and videos. The show portrayed a real history of the Beatles starting with their appearance on the Ed Sullivan show and ending with a tribute to their grand finale album Abby Road. The band members truly resembled the original Fab Four giving one the feeling of actually being at a 60’s Beatles concert. Matinee audience made up of mostly baby boomers reliving the great and not so great 1960’s. I actually had tears in my eyes when they played the song “Yesterday “ which reminded me of a not so great time in my life. A very powerful and moving concert. OK for families but only if there is an appreciation for Beatles music or music in general. I would love for my 40 something kids to watch this so I could tell them this was my life in the ‘60’s.
Pat from East Hartford, Connecticut
BEATLES "RAIN" THE MEMORIES
For 90 minutes , I was 16 yrs. old and back in High School again! ( I am 71) Thank you 'Rain" for a memorable and exciting night !!!!
Joe & Pat from Jacksonville, Florida
FANTASTIC.... EXCEEDED OUR EXPECTATIONS!!
Saw Rain's Jacksonville show last month with wife and parents. Been meaning to write a review ever since. We were absolutely amazed by the experience. As huge fans of The Beatles, they even managed to play a few songs we'd never heard before. Speaking of songs, they fired off one hit after another, singing far more songs than I've heard at any other concert. More than worth the money. Only The Beatles may have done better.
Jim Gonsler from Detroit, Michigan
RAIN IN DETROIT
This was my eighth Rain concert and each one has been as exhilarating as the last. It is like seeing the Beatles preforming live. You can close your eyes and each note, each vocal is identical to the Beatles. The way that Rain can pull off a difficult vocal song like This Boy is remarkable and shows how talented they are. My favorite song is A Day In The Life which is an experience in sight, sound and feeling to be appreciated! When the band did their tribute to Sargeant Peppers and Abbey Road, I was in awe! After years of listening to those albums, I could see how they were actually preformed by the Beatles. If you love the Beatles, go see Rain. They do not disappoint.
Dave from Boulder, CO
REALLY, REALLY GOOD!
The four is us are avid Beatles fans (we have seen Love in Vegas twice). I started high school when the Beatles came on the scene and have liked them ever since. It was a very good show and they hit almost ever note and nuance I have learned to love about the Beatles music. Will go again!
Peter from Dallas, Texas
RAIN - A TRIBUTE TO THE BEATLES
Outstanding. The music was spot on, probably as good or better than the Beatles themselves ever pulled off during live performances. I'm certain the Beatles, those living and those dead, would be deeply satisfied to see this band do them so well.
Crystal from Detroit from Detroit, Michigan
OUTSTANDINGLY FOX THEATRE SHOW
Amazing performance! We loved every minute. Stage set, lights even the intermission was entertaining. Great history lesson too.
TereLynn from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
The show was incredible. I felt like I was back in the 60's, and didn't want it to end! Starting with Ed Sullivan, to dozens and dozens of songs, that will forever be a part of my very being, watching the "Get Back" rooftop concert, that's memory would be equally be heartbreaking, and those fun and crazy nights at the Stanley watching midnight Beatle's movies, to end up back downtown to the Benedum to experience this was mind blowing! i would have gone the next night if they were playing again. What's the next City?!!!
Donna from Wilmington, North Carolina
The entire show was awesome from start to finish! You would almost believe you are at a Beatles concert! Rain has 4 unbelievable talented singers/musicians! Will definitely see it again!
Wendy from Portland, Oregon
THE FAB FOUR
I've seen them perform more than once and they are absolutely incredible. I was fortunate to have seen The Beatles live back in the 60's and Rain does an amazing performance💖💖
from Charlotte, North Carolina
GREAT TALENTS AND AN ENJOYABLE SHOW BUT LOST OF SONGS IN 2ND HALF NEEDS TO CHANGE
It started out great and I realize the title was Abby Road but I am a big Beatles fan and never heard of that Earth is Round number they didi. Th whole previously enthused audience went quiet during those numbers. I loved their costumes and mannerisms were on the money but that brought it down for many. We needed Get Back, Yellow Submarine, Eight Days a Week, Got to Get you Into My life, etc. Glad they ended with Hey Jude. That redeemed it a bit.
Jim from Minneapolis, MN
GOOD BUT NOT GREAT
This was NOT the original band. This is the #2 touring band. They
are darned good but not as good as the band we saw two years
ago, the original group Rain. We will not go to see them again
unless it's the original band
Tricia Shore from Des Moines, Iowa
FIRST HALF OF SHOW GREAT!
This was first time seeing RAIN show - was thrilled with first half of performance. Second half could have been better. Too many songs didn't recognize and not as upbeat as first half. Just OK show. Definitely not favorite Beatles tribute band. FAB 4 is much better.
Lola Phillips from Detroit, Michigan
First review missed my option my sister & I are hearing impaired and used their headphone device only it did not work for us we had it a100% which should have been pretty loud in our ear but nope nothing. The guy who came and explained to us how it work before the show , he said he would be back to check never did till we found him outside at the end of the show and told him , he told us it was a new system the point is if it was why didn't he come and find out how we like it so we never used it during the show, I hear somewhat better than sister I was able to hear some what, she wasn't enjoying it she much it might have helped her hear something and she mostly wanted to chat which made it hard to watch the stage, my daughter tried to use sign language for her but lot of songs we never heard of. theater is really beautiful but experince has brought the 5 stars to 3 stars cause of the device
Jack from El Paso, Texas
RAIN - A BEATLES TRIBUTE
Not the same group that played on Broadway several years ago.
Not Rock N Roll enough like the real Beatles. Lacking in Power.
Bob from Kansas from Tulsa, Oklahoma
WHY DON'T THEY SING THE HITS
I saw this show at the Hard Rock Cafe in Tulsa on November 13, 2021. The show started out fine as they sang a number of the Beatles hits and the audience was having a great time. Then they started singing a bunch of crappy songs no one had heard and the audience sat quietly still like a stiff cadaver. The No Name songs seemed to go on way too long and here are some of the hits they DID NOT sing: Lady Madonna, Yellow Submarine, Hello Goodbye, Ticket to Ride, Nowhere Man, Blackbird, Penny Lane Eleanor Rigby, Norwegian Wood, Day Tripper and the list goes on. Why would they sing songs no one heard when they left all the above hits behind? When are musicians going to learn that the audience comes to hear the hits, not songs we aren't familiar with and don't care about? Are the groups too stupid or arrogant to figure out that people pay their money to hear the hits and not listen to songs that are duds. I'd never go to their show again and waste my time and money.
Joe from Greenville, South Carolina
The only reason I’m giving these a 1 star rating is because there’s no option for anything less. What a waste of time and money. Vocals from the group was like bad karaoke. With the crowd consisting of mostly 60 and older it was like a scam on the seniors.
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