Downtown Jeffersonville's Big Four Station Park was transformed into something beautiful May 24-28. Bands and festival-goers from around the world joined for Abbey Road on the River to play tribute to the music and message of the Beatles. Here's a look back in photos.
The Puerto Rican band Jukebox Beatles performed "I Want to Hold Your Hand" and other early Beatles' hits on main stage Saturday.
(above) The Petty Hearts paid tribute to the late Tom Petty and his band, The Heartbreakers. They were a crowd and Big Four Bridge passerby favorite on Friday night (below).
People sang along and danced and...
dressed alike in tie-dye, and also...
loved wearing fashion from the '60's and '70's.
The Jeffersonville Arts Alliance "Give Peace a Chance" interactive art displayed colorful ribbons on which people wrote what they believe the world needs.
The band, America, performed some of its well-known hits from the '70's...
including "Sister Golden Hair," "I Need You," and "Horse With No Name."
The band drew a large crowd Saturday evening, contributing to the estimated 8,000 people who attended Abbey Road on the River on Saturday