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Across The Universe- The Ultimate Beatles Tribute Band (Festival Marketplace- Pompano Beach)

* Across The Universe- The Ultimate Beatles Tribute Band.

If you wanna see one of America’s best Beatles’ tribute bands in concert…

Across The Universe- The Ultimate Beatles Tribute Band

Free Admission

Saturday, June 16th, 2018 (2pm)

Festival Marketplace
2900 West Sample Road
Pompano Beach, FL 33069
Mon.- Fri. 9:30am – 5pm • Sat. & Sun. 9:30am – 6pm

Across The Universe (ATU) is the premier musical tribute to the music of Lennon, McCartney, Harrison and Starr. Their repertoire consists of selected music from the Beatles, Wings, and the Lads solo careers.
Unlike most Beatles tribute bands consisting of actors with instruments, ATU members are professional studio musicians who combine the sound of the original recordings with a high energy show to bring you the most authentic Beatles experience anywhere.

14 Comments to “Across The Universe- The Ultimate Beatles Tribute Band (Festival Marketplace- Pompano Beach)”

  1. Andy Gold says...

    Ive seen the band 3x. They are absolutely terrific.

  2. Miguel says...

    going on my calendar

  3. Bob Singer says...

    This band is terrific. I’ve seen them a number of times and they put on a great show.

  4. Jeff H says...

    Don’t miss these guys they are great.
    Saw them a couple of years ago at the Meatball Room in Boca and they drew a crowd of over 700 to see them.

  5. Gig R says...

    Caught their show st the Woodfield CC 2 years ago and all I can tell you is that you definitely want to see them.

  6. TURNER says...

    I heard that Flea market has new owners since April. Any info on that?

    • JeffEats says...



      Thanks for reading…

      By Brian Bandell – Senior Reporter, South Florida Business Journal
      Apr 30, 2018, 4:12pm
      IMC Equity Group has acquired the Festival Flea Market in Pompano Beach for $56 million and plans changes to the property to enhance its food and beverage options.

      The deal is a coming full circle for Yoram Izhak, CEO of North Miami-based IMC, which owns over $1 billion in commercial real estate. In 1975, a year after arriving from Israel as a teenager, Izhak worked in the former Tropical Flea market selling suits in a booth. He went on to found a clothing business and then build commercial real estate firm IMC.

      “My career started in the Flea Market, and not that it is ending with this purchase, but this is a nice addition to IMC’s portfolio that brings a lot of memories from my early beginning in Miami,” Izhak said.

      R/S Associates of Florida, managed by Daniel H. Shooster and Donald F. Shooster, sold the 37.3-acre site at 2900 W. Sample Road to IMC, with $25 million paid for the real estate and $31 million paid for the assets of the business. Ocean Bank and Popular Community Bank jointly provided a $40 million mortgage to the buyer.

      The flea market complex totals about 382,000 square feet and was built in 1986. IMC said it would retain the Festival Flea Market staff.

      Izhak said he has many plans for the property. He wants to introduce a European-style farmer’s market of about 45,000 square feet inside the flea market. He envisions a Racetrack Petroleum station near the corner of Sample Road and Florida’s Turnpike, plus about eight outparcel restaurants along Sample Road.

      For the second phase, IMC would pursue an apartment project on a 10-acre site just south of the Flea Market, Izhak said.

      Izhak wants to retain the existing tenants, as the Festival Flea Market is about 90 percent leased, he said. He noted that the rent per square foot in flea markets is typically higher than in conventional retail centers.

      The Festival Flea Market is especially busy from October through April, when snowbirds are in town, Izhak added.

      IMC has purchased about $125 million in commercial real estate this year and plans to continue seeking opportunities.

      • Ellen G says...

        I have been a Festival shopper for years. I sure hope that the new owner doesn’t screw up what is really a terrific shopping venue. We’ll see.

      • Barry Gold says...

        My wife and I were at the Festival a few weeks ago and we sure did see a whole lot of empty spaces. I think that brining big shows like Across The Universe will increase foot traffic. The silly djs that they used in the past are just for the old farts who hang out in the food court.

      • Anthony Franza says...

        I’ll bet you that the new owner eventually demolishes the Market for new development. The property is too valuable to be a Flea Market.

  7. KLEINMAN says...

    Across The Universe is one of the best Beatles’ tribute bands that I’ve seen. The band doesn’t dress in Beatles’ costumes or make believe that they are The Beatles. What they do, is play The Beatles’ hits note for note and sound exactly like The Beatles. I have seen this band 3 times and although a player or two has changed over the years, the band does a fantastic job of recreating The Beatles’ sound.

    Don’t miss Across The Universe as they are really that good.

  8. Joe Kennedy says...

    The problem with the Flea Market is that you can find everything sold there on AMAZON at cheaper prices. In addition, when department stores run sales, the Flea Market can’t even come close price wise.
    Good luck to the new owners.

  9. ksr says...

    The guy who plays John Lennon is spectacularly good.

    This band is really good. Don’t miss them. You will really enjoy how they recreate The Beatles’ music.

  10. JoyceEatsBagels says...

    Bet you a buck that the new owners bought the market for the land, Flea Market will soon be history.

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