West Abbey Road, a Beatles cover band, plays the hits at the Four Rivers Cultural Center Live After 5 event. (The Enterprise/Isabella Garcia)

ONTARIO — Ontario locals may have had a hard day’s work, but they certainly didn’t have a hard day’s night as they listened to West Abbey Road, a Beatles cover band, at the Four Rivers Cultural Center on Wednesday, July 10.

The event was the third show the cultural center's Live After 5 summer concert series. Every other week for 12 weeks, the center hosts a band and local food vendor in the Japanese garden for free.

Wednesday’s show, catered by Second & Vine Bistro and sponsored by Yturri Rose, brought over 300 people to the garden, filling all of the tables and spilling out into the lawn.

Locals can catch three more garden concerts before the summer series wraps up for the year.

The Emily Stanton Band will perform July 24, catered by Matsy’s and sponsored by Brian Halcom State Farm Insurance. B-Town Hitmen grace the stage August 7, sponsored by the Ontario School District and once again catered by Matsy’s. The final performance will be August 21 by Encore, sponsored by Dutch Bros. Coffee and catered by Second & Vine Bistro. More information can be found online on the Four Rivers Cultural Center event calendar. 

West Abbey Road, a Beatles cover band, banters with the crowd in passable english accents. (The Enterprise/Isabella Garcia)

The cover band charmed the audience with Beatles hits like "I Want to Hold Your Hand," "A Hard Day's Night" and "Yesterday." (The Enterprise/Isabella Garcia)

Some of the 300-plus attendees got up to dance to the classics. (The Enterprise/Isabella Garcia)

West Abbey Road's John Lennon look-alike strums his way though the Beatles's iconic discography. (The Enterprise/Isabella Garcia)

West Abbey Road, a Beatles cover band, plays the hits at the Four Rivers Cultural Center Live After 5 event. (The Enterprise/Isabella Garcia)

The concerts bring in audiences of all ages to enjoy music, food and drink in the sun. (The Enterprise/Isabella Garcia)

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