Yellow Submarine: The Beatles Pop-Up Exhibit Opens In The Philippines Until August 17 - Arts & Culture

Steve O’Neal Productions has organized its “Yellow Submarine—a Personal Exhibit Collection” in tribute to The Beatles.

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Interested fans can “come together” to the exhibit at Palm Drive Activity Center, Glorietta 2, Makati. 

The exhibit displays around 100 collections from Danee Samonte, the founder of Steve O’Neal Productions. Among these is the rare “butcher cover” of the Beatles album Yesterday and Today.

“Danee Samonte…is a big fan of the Beatles. He knows how much Filipinos love the Beatles and wants to share some of his collections,” Steve O’Neal Productions told Lifestyle Asia.

Items featured in the exhibit include John Lennon’s litograph collection, original photos from The Beatles movies, materials from the band’s Manila concert, early memorabilia, and more.

Open from August 4 to 17, the exhibit has so far recorded an estimated 1,000 visitors per day. 

“Visit the Yellow Submarine—a Personal Exhibit Collection to see rare collections and learn about the Beatles,” Steve O’Neal Productions invited potential exhibitgoers.

The Beatles were one of the most successful and influential pop-music groups of the 1960s. 

It consisted of rhythm guitarist John Lennon, bass guitarist Paul McCartney, lead guitarist George Harrison, and drummer Ringo Starr.

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