The Fab Fourever is one of the acts performing at the Beatles vs Stones show on Tuesday, Nov. 14 at the Port Theatre starting at 7:30 p.m. (Photo submitted)

Beatles or Stones? Show will help you decide

The argument has been going on for years: which band is better?

So, which is better? More popular? More enduring?

The Beatles or The Rolling Stones? The conversation goes on and on.

Both groups are legends of the British Invasion. Both have produced great characters in music history. And those songs are classics.

Starting with She Loves You and Satisfaction, the list is tremendous: the soundtrack of a lifetime for many folks.

You can enjoy a night making your own decision as the Legends of Rock ’n’ Roll presents two tribute acts: The Fab Fourever and Satisfaction in one sensational musical shootout on Tuesday, Nov. 14 at the Port Theatre starting at 7:30 p.m.

This is a chance to watch and listen as two of the planet’s great tribute acts duke it out in a show never before presented in Nanaimo.

Tickets are $49 each; for information, visit www.porttheatre.com.

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