Sun Kings – The White Album
Saturday, November 23 @ 8:00 PM| $30 – $40
Doors open 7PM | Show starts at 8PM
Tickets: $40 Orchestra, $35 Loge, $30 General Admission in Upper & Lower Balcony.
VIP Meet & Greet Add-on $45 – includes Free download of concert footage after the show.
Orchestra $40 | Loge $35
Front Row Table $250
4 Seats Per Table ($62.50 per seat)
Lower & Upper Balcony: General Admission $30
GA is first come, first served
VIP Meet & Greet Add-on $45
Includes Free download of concert footage after the show
How could The Beatles possibly top themselves after their 1967 opus Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band release? Their answer: the spellbinding classic The Beatles’ ‘White Album’ released on November 22, 1968. The material of their double-disc release was mostly penned in India while on retreat and exploring Transcendental Meditation with the Maharishi. The Beatles songwriting and musical talents continued to reach new heights on the White Album. The bluesy, rock n’ roll, folk, country, as well as avant-garde numbers that fill this collection make the “White Album’ arguably their best body of work.
Northern California’s favorite Beatles tribute – The Sun Kings, along with special guest musicians and vocalists, are delighted to bring an Encore Performance of their “50th Anniversary of 1968: The Beatles’ ‘White Album” in its entirety, and in record order, at the majestic Empress Theatre!
The Sun Kings – A Beatles Tribute as Nature Intended
Written about The Beatles White Album (1968):
“The Beatles are the perfect product and result of everything that rock and roll means and encompasses. Never has this been so plainly evident as on their new two-album set. The Beatles (a.k.a. The White Album). Whatever else it is or isn’t, it is the best album they have ever released, and only the Beatles are capable of making a better one. You are either hip to it, or you ain’t”
-Rolling Stone review excerpt The Beatles’ ‘White Album’ | December 21, 1968
Jann S. Wenner | Rolling Stone Magazine
Written about The Sun Kings (2016):
“The Sun Kings are superb! …as close to the Beatles live and in studio as possible!
-Ben Fong-Torres | Former Editor Rolling Stone Magazine