You Can Join Ringo Starr for 'The Beatles: Yellow Submarine' Movie Sing-A-Long Watch Party

Selena Barrientos
Photo credit: The Beatles - YouTube
Photo credit: The Beatles - YouTube

From Good Housekeeping

Following Paul McCartney’s performance of “Lady Madonna” for the One World: Together at Home live benefit concert, The Beatles are providing their own musical escape. Former Beatles drummer Ringo Starr recently announced The Beatles: Yellow Submarine Sing-A-Long Watch Party for kids and kids at heart.

As fans know, The Beatles: Yellow Submarine is a 1968 animated movie inspired after the English rock band's 1966 song of the same name. Since its 2018 theater release to celebrate the 50th anniversary, the film hasn't been available anywhere else.

Now, The Beatles are encouraging longtime listeners to escape with them “to a place where, for a little while, nothing is real.” For the full experience, viewers can also dress up as their favorite character from the psychedelic musical and use #YellowSubLive to be potentially featured on The Beatles’ Instagram page.

How to Watch and Stream The Beatles: Yellow Submarine Sing-A-Long Party

The Beatles: Yellow Submarine Sing-A-Long Watch Party will be live-streamed on YouTube starting at 12 p.m. ET on Saturday, April 25. If you’re on your laptop, you can head over to YouTube, where The Beatles have a dedicated page for the event. (The live-stream is also embedded below!)

If you plan on watching from your mobile device, you’ll want to download the YouTube app — available for iOS and Android. And if you’d rather watch on your TV, the YouTube app can be accessed on Apple TV, Android TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, PS4, and Xbox One.

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