Who doesn't love the Beatles? Their songs cross the boundaries of conventional music and are often regarded as some of the best this planet has ever heard. The group has shaped the landscape of modern music as we know it.

In Indore, you can be a part of an event that takes forward John Lennon's dream of, to quote, 'living life in peace'. On 8th December, 2019, 39 years after the death of the musician, we get together to relive the magic that his music has spread.

What's happening?

Humanity has an unconditional love for the Beatles. In fact, one of their songs, Across the Universe, was also put on board the Voyager I, which is drifting in space.

On his death anniversary, Indoris will get together to celebrate the life and work of John Lennon, the most revolutionary musicians ever to walk the Earth.

Last year, a similar event was organised at Indore. Fans of the Beatles paid their respects towards the musician by singing some of his most famous songs and came together as a community. Even 39 years after his death, John is touching the lives of those who cannot let go of him.

About the event

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The event is being organised by one very passionate fan of The Beatles and John Lennon, who just wants the world to know & remember Lennon. Through such an event, he aims to keep alive the spirit of the Beatles, which is slowly dying in this age of electronic music.

At the event, you folks can gather around at a serene location, have some meaningful conversations and gel over the music of John Lennon. Surely, this is a poignant way to celebrate the musician who brought us some of the most lyrically sound music.

The best part is that if you have an instrument, you can take it along with you and play with community to pay respects to John. Sing along, make a few friends and bring the city together under the influence John's exceptional music.

Knock Knock

If you're a fan of the Beatles, or just music in general, then this is a meet up for you. Here, you can get with like minded people who you thought were non-existent, so what are you waiting for? Grab a few friends and get going.

When: December 08, 2019

Here's where you can register.

For more information, click here.

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