September 27 – October 06, 2019
9 Night Tour cost (in CAD) per person
Including all taxes and fees, based on double occupancy
Single occupancy add $875.00
* Please Note this tour is limited to 25 people (ONLY 6 SPOTS LEFT)
Airfare – Departing from Winnipeg**
Including all taxes and fees based on a minimum of 10 passengers (Group rate)
**Airfare from other cities provided upon request
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Get your rock on with this one-of-a-kind experience to Liverpool and London on our British Invasion Tour! This tour is jam packed full of non-stop excitement for music and non-music lovers alike. Whether you are a hard core Beatles fan, a fan of British music, a fan of London culture, or a traveller looking for a great experience, this tour is for you!
Stay in the heart of the action at well-known hotels, tour well known locations such as the Casbah Club, the Beatles Story Museum, and the childhood homes of John Lennon and Sir Paul McCartney. Board the “Ferry Across the Mersey” and hop on board other tours such as the Magical Mystery Tour, and the Soho Rock Tour. Get your shopping on and visit instrument shops, record stores, London Beatles Store, and It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll. Since you are already in London, take a full day tour on the Historic and Modern London Golden Coach guided tour. Join up on the Beatles “In My Life” walking tour with Musical Historian Richard Porter. Enjoy food and sightseeing with your new tour friends along the way while your experience all that Liverpool and London have to offer.
Your Guide is Winnipeg-based music historian, John Einarson.
He is an acclaimed musicologist and award-winning author of 14 music biographies published worldwide. Several of his books have been ranked among the top ten best music biographies. He received the 2006 ARSC (Association for Recorded Sound Collections) Award for Excellence in Historical Recorded Sound Research.
John has written for Mojo, Uncut, Goldmine, Discoveries, Record Collector, and Classic Rock and is a regular contributor to the Winnipeg Free Press. He wrote the Juno-nominated Bravo TV documentary Buffy Sainte-Marie: A Multi-Media Life, served as writer/consultant for A&E/Biography Channel’s Neil Young Biography episode, and wrote CBC TV’s The Life & Times of Randy Bachman.
In January 2016, John was the recipient of the Order of the Buffalo Hunt in recognition of his work in preserving Manitoba’s music history. He hosts the popular Magical Musical History Tour of Winnipeg each summer as well as teaching music history classes at McNally Robinson Booksellers and the University of Winnipeg. As a British music expert, John has previously hosted this tour.