PUBLISHED: 13:20, Mon, Dec 2, 2019 | UPDATED: 13:40, Mon, Dec 2, 2019
Half of the Fab Four are gone, they broke up in 1970 and apart from a one-off rooftop concert, they haven’t performed live since 1966. So for most of the world hearing The Beatles live just isn’t a possibility.
Nevertheless, Tate Liverpool and National Museums Liverpool are introducing Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band: The Immersive Experience.
The unique event allows fans to hear The Beatles as thought hey were performing live thanks to a special mix of their most famous album.
The new remix was made by Giles Martin, the son of Beatles producer George Martin.
Held at the Dr Martin Luther King Jr Building at the Royal Albert Dock in Liverpool, fans will be able to experience 1967’s Sgt Pepper’s with John, Paul, George and Ringo “performing” in Dolby Atmos all around you as though you were in Abbey Road Studios.
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Speaking with the Liverpool Echo, Martin said: “Without Liverpool, there would be no Sgt Pepper.
“Liverpool is where it should be.
"People will become fully immersed in a soundscape, which is unlike any other. For me, it's like imagining falling through the vinyl of a record and into this world where you're surrounded by The Beatles.
"It's like sitting in Abbey Road's Studio 2 and having The Beatles play for you.”