1 Fort Mason
San Francisco, California 94123

Yes, this is a Do-It-Yourself Beatles Music & Dance event.

The way this works is some of the musicians on Bay Area Linkup rehearse a little bit beforehand, then everybody gets together to sing along, and dance to the songs. We sounded pretty good last time, and everybody danced their butts off!

It doesn't matter how good or bad we sound. It doesn't matter whether you are one of the people playing the music, or you just want to hang out and listen. This is all about having fun, no matter what happens.

We also use a video projector to project the lyrics on the wall, turning the entire event into a kind of tribal karaoke sing & stomp.

IMPORTANT: Because space is limited at this event, if you'd like to attend you must send an RSVP to [email protected], stating how many people will be in your group. Anyone who has not RSVP'd will be turned away at the door.

The words to all the songs as well as MP3's and cheat sheets will be available at http://www.linkupcentral.com/_files/beatles3/ a few days before the event, if you need to refresh your knowledge of the songs. All songs will be played in their original key on the recordings.

This is going to very cool, and lots of fun! See you there!

Here's the song list so far:

Back in the U.S.S.R.
P.S. I Love You
Revolution 1
I'm Happy Just to Dance With You
Paperback Writer
I am the Walrus
Baby You Can Drive My Car
Eight Days a Week
From Me to You
Fixing a Hole
I Feel Fine
Good Day Sunshine
Hello Goodbye
She Came in Through the Bathroom Window
When I'm Sixty-four
I Will
Happy Christmas (War Is Over)

Please note that there is an optional instrumental rehearsal just before this event, starting at 4:30PM: http://bayarealinkup.com/event_detail.php?eid=13954

If you play an instrument--any instrument--and would like to rehearse with the other instruments a bit beforehand, please send an RSVP to [email protected].

Even if you're not part of the rehearsal session, please feel free to bring instruments and play along. Simple percussion instruments such as congas, maracas or tambourines are most welcome.

Venue: Fort Mason Building C, Room 210

Parking at Fort Mason is no longer free, unfortunately. They have gated parking, for $2/hour. If it all possible, try to park nearby on the street or the Crissy Field lot if you don't want to pay for parking.

Official Website: http://bayarealinkup.com/event_detail.php?eid=13953

Added by ftaisdeal on December 11, 2006

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