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Beatles fans went wild last night at Bellevue Park! Outdoor concert goers enjoyed hits like Day Tripper, Eight Days a Week, Can’t Buy Me Love, and so many more, all performed by the Beatles cover group Almost Fab. The August 30th performance was part of the 2015 State Parks outdoor concert series and was probably the biggest crowd of the summer. Some 500 friends and families grabbed their spots, enjoyed a picnic dinner and listened to Beatles classics. “We come to see Almost Fab every year,” said one. Bellevue’s final concert of the season will be Thursday, Sept 3rd featuring rock and roll band Electric Brigade.


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