Well, sort of.
The band, 1964: The Tribute, will be playing at the Majestic Theater next week.
Described by the Rolling Stone as the "best Beatles Tribute on Earth" the band not only covers songs, but also plays period instruments and impersonates the Fab Four in hairstyle, clothes and mannerisms.
Jeffrey Gabel, Majestic's founding executive director, said that this is the first time the Majestic has ever hosted a Beatles tribute band.
"I've been wanting to book a Beatles tribute band for quite some time because they remain the most influential music group of the last half of the 20th century, and I thought it would be the perfect summertime concert," Gabel said. "This particular band has a huge fan base, playing major outdoor arenas and festivals in the summer."
The Tribute was formed in 1984 by guitarists Mike Benson and Tom Work. Benson, who plays the role of John Lennon, builds, fixes and restores vintage guitars in addition to performing with the band. Benson said 1964 gives audience an idea of what it was like to attend an actual Beatles concert in the 60s.
George Harrison is played by Work, a song writer as well as musical producer. Band member Graham Alexander plays Paul McCartney.
To portray McCartney accurately, Alexander had to teach himself how to play the bass guitar left handed just like the famous Beatle.
The role of Ringo Starr is played Bobby Potter, an experienced drummer who aspired to be just like Starr since he was in high school.
Even though the Beatles split up in 1970, and Lennon and Harrison have both since died, the band's music continues to be popular.
Gabel is expecting the show's audience to be as diverse as the Beatles fans themselves.
"The appeal of the Beatles is 'ageless' so I expect we'll have an inter-generational audience with baby boomers reliving their hippie days, as well as millenniums discovering the boys from Liverpool for the first time," Gabel said.
The Majestic has already sold over 600 tickets, making up 75 percent of the seats, and Gabel said they will be at least close to sold-out by showtime. He believes 1964 will put on a great show, and is excited to see it them perform hits such as "I Want To Hold Your Hand" and "Twist and Shout."
"This band knows how to conjure magic, and by the end of the first song set," Gabel said, "We'll all be yelling and screaming just like the fans first did in 1964."
If you go
What: 1964: The Tribute
When: 7:30 p.m. Tuesday
Where: The Majestic
Theater, 25 Carlisle St., Gettysburg
Details: For more information or to buy tickets, visit www.gettysburgmajestic.org, or call 717-337-8200