A series of Tributes is being held for George Harrison in St George’s Hall, Liverpool.

On August 1st 2009 – the anniversary of George’s trailblazing Concerts for Bangladesh, the first Charity Concert of its kind, fourteen years before Live Aid – two Concerts are being held in the Concert Room at St George’s Hall, in the heart of Liverpool. Musicians are flying in from round the globe simply to be part of the Tributes to George.

Also, being unveiled the same day in St George’s Hall, is a unique exhibition of the largest collection of George memorabilia assembled for public viewing to date in the world. Entry to this is Free

The Concert tickets are nominally priced at £10 (concessions afternoons only £7) from www.wegottickets.com and in person at The Beatle Shop in Mathew Street.

The two performances are at 3.30 pm and 8 pm.

None of the events are funded, please support them wholeheartedly as any profits are being donated to George’s own Charity, The Material World Charitable Foundation.

Full details – www.forgeorge.com

www.myspace.com/forugeorge

info@forgeorge.co.uk

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  1. Thanks to Art in Liverpool for supporting us. Please note Concert tickets are also available from FACT in Wood Street for your convenience.
    You can hear the archive shows with Billy Butler on 29th may 2 pm show with a live performance in the studio by Ray Bernard doing some George Formby – great stuff – and also on 19th June 6 pm with Spencer Leigh – both of our own BBC Merseyside. Thank you all for your support FOR GEORGE.

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