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Beatles Red & Blue – Small Group Tours
The Beatles were, after all, the greatest little group of all-time – and they deserve a great little group Greatest Hits tour. Adam writes…
I had a lot of fun in 2023 with my new Small Group Beatles Tours meeting music fans from all across the globe and showing them around the London places associated with John, Paul, George and Ringo. And in 2024, I’ll be upping the frequency of the tours. The idea is to provide the perfect Beatle fan experience…
- All the intimacy, exclusivity and ease of a private tour for the cost of a public tour
- Small Group GUARANTEED – bookings strictly limited to 12 people per tour
- More time allocated to each tour
- Affordable, reasonably-priced tours
Here’s a two-minute video explaining what we’ll be doing and seeing on my Small Group Beatles Tours…
I know exactly how special a musical pilgrimage can be to a music fan. I’m a Music Tourist as well. Just like you.
From Liverpool, Coventry & Glasgow to Memphis, Nashville, New Orleans and New York, my explorations have taken me to musical cities, towns, streets, houses, museums, studios and music-themed guided tours all across the globe.
Keeping The Price Down For Beatles Fans
I’m passionate about providing the best possible experience for my fellow music fans – with smaller groups, more time to enjoy the tour and a great price. An equivalent tour in New York City can cost up to £20 more per person.
So how can we keep the price down to just £20 per person? Simple. We will use the London Underground to cover as many London Beatle sites as possible. And without the expense of a vehicle hire and a driver, these tours remain affordable. It’s greener, too.
You will need an Oyster card or Bank card to pay for your Tube journeys. If you are visiting from oversees and are unfamiliar with the Tube, I’ll send you all the details you need. Alternatively, if you’d like to book a free Zoom call with any queries regarding the tour, the Tube, or London in general, just get in touch by using the form at the bottom of this page.
Longer Tour, Smaller Groups
A 3 hour window has been allocated to complete each of these tours ensuring that there’s no rush to cover all the sites & sounds. The extra hour has been added to the standard 2 hour tour allow for travelling time on the Tube and any time we may need to take pictures… and to just generally take everything at an easy pace.
Limiting the group numbers and extending the tour time results in…
- Plenty of time to take those treasured pictures of the truly iconic locations.
- More space for an intimate atmosphere – more like the front row at The Cavern Club than way up high in the bleachers at Shea Stadium!
- Lots of opportunities to ask questions and, if you choose to do so, share your own musical memories.
Beatles Greatest Hits Vol I: Beatlemania! 1961-1965 (The Red Tour)
Meet At Embankment Tube (Villiers Street Exit)
Visits Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly, Soho, Seven Dials, Denmark Street and West Hampstead…
In 1961 John, Paul, George and Pete arrived in chilly London Town… 1962 Ringo’s destiny calls… 1963 the Queen Mother loves them yeah, yeah, yeah… and in 1964 movie stardom beckons. By 1965 L.S.D is on the scene. Auditions failed, auditions passed, Brian Epstein, George Martin, Dick James, movie premieres and book launches with cameos from Princess Margaret, Marlene Dietrich, John Profumo and The Rolling Stones.
Beatles Greatest Hits Vol II: The Long & Winding Road 1966 – 1970 (The Blue Tour)
Meet At Green Park Tube (North Exit, On the Corner)
Visits Marylebone, St James’s, Soho, Mayfair & St John’s Wood…
Through 1966 we’ll follow The Fabs as they visit with Bob Dylan. Meanwhile John meets Yoko… in ‘67, the year of Sgt Pepper Linda will enter the story and the Apple Boutique will open amid artistic controversy… 1968 John gets busted… then in 1969 Paul gets married and the famous Rooftop Concert takes place. The Beatles as businessmen, the influence of drugs, the counterculture and an alfresco farewell on a freezing January day with cameos from the Metropolitan Police, Jimi Hendrix and Billy Preston.
Get In Touch
Any queries about Small Group Beatles Tours, or any of my London Music Tours, please get in touch. Firstly, have a look at my FAQ page HERE.
Or you can just drop me a line with your query. Use this form also if you’d like to book a free Zoom call to discuss everything you need…