Join the Beatles’ ‘Yellow Submarine Sing-A-Long Watch Party’ this Saturday 4/25 on YouTube

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This is your chance to be an honorary member of the Beatles — kind of.

On Saturday, April 25 (coming up in just three short days!), the official Beatles YouTube channel will host a special “Yellow Submarine Sing-A-Long Watch Party,” which is exactly what its title sounds like.

From wherever you may be in the world, hunkered down at home as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, you’ll be able to hop on to the Fab Four‘s YouTube account and take part in this global event, geared around — you guessed it — encouraging peace, love and happiness in these uncertain times.

The official announcement came through on Wednesday:

Ringo Starr teased some sort of special YouTube event on his Instagram page on Tuesday afternoon:

Peace and love I am just giving you all a heads up if you tune in to the Beatles YouTube channel on Saturday the 25th at 9 AM Pacific 12 noon Eastern you are in for a big surprise and fun and peace and love 😎✌️🌟❤️🎵🎶🥦🐘👏🍎☮️

And, as it turns out, this is indeed related to a “Yellow Submarine” sing-a-long event, as the YouTube page updated with this placeholder video counting down until 12 p.m. ET on Saturday:

The big question, of course, is who might be participating in this sing-a-long party. Ringo would seem a likely pick, given his Instagram post, but what about Paul McCartney? And … anybody else? Intriguing!

You could very well stay parked on that YouTube page above and count down the minutes until it all goes live in a few days, but that seems ridiculous. Instead, why not try honing your skills singing along with the classic track?

Also on April 25, be sure to tune in to All Together Now!, an all-star streaming concert benefiting the city of Los Angeles in its fight against COVID-19. More details below:

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On Saturday 4/25, Rock Cellar Productions, in association with @get2gethernow, will present #AllTogetherNowLA – an online concert event helping the City of Los Angeles during the #coronavirus pandemic. The concert is set to be a major and significant relief effort to help #LosAngeles residents cope with the severe restrictions imposed on everyone during this dangerous and uncertain time of the novel coronavirus crisis. All Together Now! will be broadcast through Alert the Globe ( and available free to anyone who wants to see it. The concert will feature an array of talented singers, songwriters, musicians, actors, authors, comedians, and celebrities of all sorts “coming together” to perform and send positive messages out to the City of Los Angeles and the world. – •• – The list of participants right now includes @smokeyrobinson, @carole_king, @rickspringfield , @mindiabair, @paulrodgersofficial (Bad Company), @melissa.manchester, Mickey Thomas (Jefferson Starship), @marywilsonsupreme (The Supremes), @micky_dolenz (The Monkees), Ellis Hall, #TimAllen, @bobcatgoldthwait and dozens more, joining the previously announced participants @thejeffbridges, @mikeloveofficial (The #BeachBoys), @lisaloeb, @stevelukatherofficial (Toto), @vondashepard, Peter Beckett (Player), @alanparsonsmusic, and @jessecolinyoung. The list continues to grow, and further updates will be announced in the weeks leading up to this landmark event. More details via the link in our profile. #COVID_19 #COVID19Relief #losangeles #charity #fundraiser #concert

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