There’s a Beatle in Broward — and he’s near the beach.
A photo posted by Ringo Starr’s official Twitter account Tuesday morning announced the legendary drummer’s arrival in Fort Lauderdale.
The image shows a birds-eye view, presumably from an top-floor hotel room, of a picture-perfect Fort Lauderdale beach.
“Welcome to Florida Fort Lauderdale tonight. Peace and love,” the caption on the photo reads.
The tweet was posted ahead of Ringo’s two shows with his All-Starr Band Tuesday and Wednesday at the Parker Playhouse in Fort Lauderdale.
The band includes Steve Lukather, of Toto; Richard Page, of Mr. Mister; Gregg Rolie, of Santana and Journey; Todd Rundgren, Warren Ham and Gregg Bissonette.
Concertgoers can expect to hear the Beatles classics sung by Ringo, including “With a Little Help From My Friends,” “Yellow Submarine,” and “Octopus’s Garden,” among others.
Tickets range from $93 to $500. Some were still available as of Tuesday afternoon, according to the Parker Playhouse website.
Starr released his latest album, “Give More Love,” in September.
Fellow Beatle Paul McCartney also performed in South Florida in July, earning rave reviews.
“A remarkably boyish 75-year-old, he joked, flirted, mugged and told stories while performing nearly 40 songs, among them the most memorable music ever created,” SouthFlorida.com’s Ben Crandell wrote. “It was a night of communion and joy, sing-alongs and standing ovations, in which star and audience seemed to feed off each other.”
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