ARC to pay homage to Neil Young and The Beatles at the Palais Theatre
27.04.2022

ARC to pay homage to Neil Young and The Beatles at the Palais Theatre

Palais Theatre
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Supergroup Australian Rock Collective are playing the music of 'Harvest' and 'Let It Be' across two stacked nights.

Australian Rock Collective (ARC) are bringing two powerhouse shows to the Palais Theatre with faithful recreations of Neil Young’s Harvest and The Beatles’ Let It Be. Australian Rock Collective see titans of the Australian music scene joining forces to become one of the most successful supergroups in Australian rock history, with Kram from Spiderbait, Darren Middleton from Powderfinger, Mark Wilson from Jet and Davey Lane from You Am I. Together, the collective has amassed 33 ARIA awards and 10 Top Ten ARIA albums combined.

What you need to know

  • Australian Rock Collective (ARC) are bringing the works of Neil Young and The Beatles to the stage
  • They’ll be performing Neil Young’s Harvest and The Beatles’ Let It Be
  • Catch the shows on May 11 and May 12 at the Palais Theatre

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After being rescheduled three times, the ARC will be performing together on May 11 to present Neil Young’s Harvest in its entirety. As well as number one single ‘Heart of Gold’, Harvest also has a classic selection of Neil Young tracks, like ‘Old Man’, ‘Alabama’, ‘A Man Needs a Maid’, ‘Words’ and ‘The Needle and the Damage Done’. A second set on the evening will feature select works from Neil Young’s broad and extensive repertoire.

 

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On May 12 the ARC come together for a faithful performance of The Beatles’ final studio album, Let It Be. Released in 1970, a month after the band’s breakup, the album features ‘Get Back’, ‘The Long and Winding Road’, ‘Across the Universe’ and, of course, ‘Let It Be’. The ARC will also perform a second set of Beatles tracks that span the band’s world-changing career.

Tickets for both nights of this Palais extravaganza are on sale now. Catch the concerts on May 11 for Harvest and May 12 for Let It Be. For more information, and to grab your tickets, head here.