Friday, 25 November 2011

Remembering George - Anglican Cathedral, Liverpool

On November 29th, Liverpool will mark the tenth anniversary of the passing of George Harrison with a series of special events.

The first of these will take place at 11.30am at the Anglican Cathedral, when a short and beautiful ceremony will take place.  People are invited to bring a flower, or a paper symbol of peace, with a suitable prayer or message for George attached. 

We don't want to spoil the surprise, but the organisers have told us about the ceremony and it sure to be a very memorable and special event.

The event is free, and everyone is welcome to attend.

Also during the day, the Lord Mayor's Office and St. George's Hall will be flying their flags at half mast in remembrance.  A "Free Concert For George" will be held at St George's Hall during the afternoon, with all the artists giving their services voluntarily as part of their tribute to a truly remarkable man.  (All tickets for this event have been allocated.)

Finally, at 8.00 pm The Cavern will host a Musical Tribute to George and fans can hear Tsema, The Rebels, Singh Strings, The Radha Krishna Temple, The Mersey Beatles, Jeff Slate, Brute Force backed by Misty’s Big Adventure and Andre Barreau of the Bootleg Beatles play the music created and enjoyed by George. There are a few tickets still available: click here to buy yours now!

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