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The management of Network Creative Services were proud to present ‘The Beatles “Let It Be” 40th Anniversary Celebration Concert’, as part of the 2010 Melbourne Music Festival. This three hour event was compered by Jeff Phillips and featured some of Australia’s greatest musical talent including Brian Mannix, Darryl Cotton (singing Zoot’s Eleanor Rigby), Marcie Jones, and Billy Miller performing a selection of The Beatles greatest hits.

In addition, the award winning Beatels performed the entire ‘Let It Be’ album. The concert featured orchestral backing, original instruments from the ‘Let It Be’ era, and an Audio Visual production highlighting 1970. As the feature performance for the 2010 Melbourne Music Festival, the event was staged at the Melbourne Town Hall on Tuesday 5 October, 2010.

The Beatels perform ‘Don’t Let Me Down’ on the roof of the Melbourne Town Hall CH2 building on September 8, 2010 to promote the upcoming ‘Let It Be’ concert.
The Beatels perform ‘Get Back’ on the roof of the Melbourne Town Hall CH2 building on September 8, 2010 to promote the upcoming ‘Let It Be’ concert.
This was the lead in video after intermission at The Beatles ‘Let It Be’ 40th Anniversary Celebration Concert held at the Melbourne Town Hall on October 5, 2010.

Beatles Free Photo Exhibition

During the Melbourne Music festival, Network Creative Services and Allans Music + Billy Hyde presented the Beatles Photo Exhibition featuring a selection from our original framed limited edition Beatles film cell and print collection with images from the Australian Beatles 1964 Tour on display at the Allans Music + billy hyde Bourke Street store from Thursday September 30 for one week with free entry daily.

Beatles Busk

Network Creative Services also coordinated a free Beatles Busk street performance fundraiser for the Variety Club of Victoria featuring the Lord Mayor Robert Doyle along with Marcie Jones and The Beatels at lunchtime on Monday 4 October, 2010 outside the Melbourne Town Hall.