From Mick's rooster strut and Keith's pirate duds to the legendary songs and the superhuman energy, Satisfaction delivers all the essentials of a Rolling Stones live concert experience (minus, of course, the astronomical ticket prices). Enjoy the music of the Stones as it was meant to be enjoyed -- up close and live, played with reckless abandon by very talented musicians. Recognized as the world's greatest show honoring "The World's Greatest Band," Satisfaction follows the bad boys of the British Invasion from their roots in early-'60s London through "Satisfaction," "Jumpin' Jack Flash," Exile on Main Street and beyond. Stars of the Vegas strip and openers for Lynyrd Skynyrd, Starship and Sammy Hagar, Satisfaction now comes to the stage of Beverly's intimate Larcom Theatre.
Don't miss their only Boston area concert on their 2017 U.S. Tour!
In 2005 Satisfaction - The International Rollong Stones Show became the first ever Rolling Stones show to debut on the Las Vegas strip to outstanding reviews. The show was also a featured artist on national television news in the 2007 CBS News/New York special on the rising popularity of the tribute industry. For 2008 the show was chosen by Paramount Pictures and the IMAX Corporation to help promote the new Rolling Stones concert film "Shine a Light" by Martin Scorsese throughout the USA. The group closed out 2008 as a headline artist for New Years Eve on Fremont Street in Las Vegas to a capacity of 30,000. In 2010 the group debuted "A Symphony For The Devil" featuring the cast performing with symphony orchestras around the world. Their latest production is entitled "Gimme Abbey" and it is a full multi media show featuring The Beatles and The Rolling Stones in concert together in the year 1969.
About 25 miles from Boston, the fully restored, historic Larcom Performing Arts Theatre is conveniently situated in downtown Beverly, MA less than half a mile from the Beverly Depot rail station and 3 miles from Route 128 at 13 Wallis Street, with plenty of free parking (see map).
This gracious showplace -- featuring spectacular acoustics -- was built in 1912 (the same year as Fenway Park) by brothers Harris and Glover Ware (vaudeville musicians from Marblehead, MA) on the birth site of their favorite poet, Lucy Larcom.
The Larcom's grand opening advertised that its interior was lit completely by electricity.
During its 106 year history, The Larcom Theatre has presented stage, screen and musical entertainment. In 1984 the Larcom's elegant horseshoe balcony, hand-painted antique pressed tin ceilings and original silk wall coverings were restored to their original glory by Le Grand David magic company, who presented their award-winning magic show there until the company's founder, Cesareo Pelaez, died in 2012.
Beginning with gimmeLIVE's sold-out 2013 Mardi Gras benefit concert, Vickie and Peter Van Ness filled the Larcom Theatre with music for the first time since the days of Vaudeville.
In 2014, gimmeLIVE installed a new, state-of-the-art sound system featuring Meyer line arrays and subs. GIMMELIVE concerts at the Larcom Theatre have received stellar reviews for the quality of both the music and the sound.
On September 9, 2016 Donnie & Lisa Crowell purchased The Larcom Theatre and renamed it The Larcom Performing Arts Theatre or "The Larcom" for short.
GIMMELIVE is expanding into a new venue, 9 Wallis, right next door to The Larcom. 9 Wallis is the North Shore's most intimate listening room offering confortable show seating at tables with food & beverage service, plus a full bar.
Plenty of new shows will be announced soon. Click here to join our mailing list to get special deals and prime seats before tickets go on sale to the general public.
There is plenty of free parking at the municipal parking lot on Bow Street, about 150 feet away and at the City Hall parking lot about half a block away. You do not have to feed the meters after 5pm or on Sundays.