From high-concept cover art to psychedelic lyric sheet and epic sound production, the Beatles’ Summer of-Love masterpiece was the record that defined ‘The Album’ forever more. And from Lucy In the Sky to A Day In The Life, its songs confirmed the Beatles as the finest craftsmen of their generation.
Aotearoa’s Come Together Supergroup has honoured 11 such albums to an audience totalling 45,000 over three years, with a killer band and some of our most esteemed performers with maximum respect and world class expertise.
Now the odyssey continues with three of the most revered LPs of our time.
U2’s ‘The Joshua Tree’ increased the band's stature "from heroes to superstars" becoming one of the best-selling albums of all time. Led Zeppelin’s defining and game-changing blues-folk opus of ’71. And the pop-psychedelic masterpiece that birthed ‘The Album’ as the currency of rock, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.
Each will be performed in its entirety, with a bonus set of deep cuts and classic hits. Starring the Come Together band Jol Mulholland (MD), Brett Adams, Matthias Jordan, Alistair Deverick and Mike Hall and a soon to be announced line-up of the countries most acclaimed artists.