Saturday, April 17, 2021

Lexington Design Recreates the ’60s For Beatles Memorabilia Tour

Los Angeles, CA, USA — The journey of the most influential band in music history is shared through a new touring display of an extensive collection of Beatles artifacts. The exhibit includes a reproduced stage from their early Liverpool days to the solo years following their breakup.Fans old and new will be stunned at the sheer amount of Fab Four relics, including letters, instruments, costumes and a 1965 Rolls-Royce hanstunnedd-painted by John Lennon himself.

For this one of a kind experience, Lexington brought its fabrication expertise to the project. Throughout the experience, visitors will see Lexington’s work from artifact cases with climate control and lighting, information signage displays, custom curved wall structures, an above lighting grid with deco hanging light fixtures, an interactive listening station with period date radios that allow visitors to listen to recorded live performances and interviews of each of the band members. One of the most impressive elements is an iconic era replica of the Cavern Club located in Liverpool where the Beatles played in their early years in the 1960’s.

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The exhibition was developed by Exhibits Development Group in collaboration with Peter Miniaci & Associates. The Magical History Tour: A Beatles Memorabilia Exhibition is not endorsed by, sponsored by, associated with or otherwise affiliated with The Beatles, Apple Corps Ltd., or any member of The Beatles or their representatives.

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