August 2014

UPDATE: Strawberry Field's Pre-Game Concert at CitiField Stadium, Friday, August 15, 2014

NOTE: Please carefully read all details for ticket info...
Strawberry Fields will be performing a Pre-Game Concert at CitiFIield Stadium on Friday August 15, 2014 to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Beatles Invasion of the U.S.

Showtime is scheduled for 6:00 pm, but fans are encouraged to arrive early for adequate viewing. Existing Mets game ticket holders are already entitled to see the show. For new ticket sales: Fans can support the band and access a special ticket combo website page, now posted below, that provides discount sales info for both the concert and baseball game. Stay tuned... be patient. This a new listing and details will follow as soon as they become available. Cast members performing will be Tony Garofalo, Michael Bellusci, John Korba, and Billy Ray.

UPDATE: Fans are encouraged to buy tickets online at this link to support the band and see the mets play live on August 15, 2014. Details for ticket purchase can be found on this official mets website:

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and Beatles Fans Unite!!!

In July 2014, Tony Garofalo purchased and became exclusive owner of the U.S. National Broadway touring prop car featured in the broadway musical Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, which was released by Big League Productions and licensed by Michael Rose, in cooperation with MGM On Stage, Dana Broccoli, and Barbare Brocolli. This car is the only authorized broadway touring car, fully equipped with mechanically retractable wings, tilting and spinning tires, as well as extremely detailed brass adornments. The car was featured and has performed in over 300 shows around the United States. Its unique design is listed in the Guinness book of world Records as the worlds most expensive designed theater prop ever built.

Tony is also currently building a fully running, roadworthy replica of the Chitty Chitty Bang Bang movie car, which is scheduled for completion sometime in 2015, for Strawberry Fields fans to view and photograph during a select number of live concert performances.

Tony also owns the worlds only existing complete Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Dick van Dyke's "Doll on a music Box” clown costume, worn in the 1968 blockbuster United Artists hit movie. This costume was originally owned and sold by Tony’s family, then recently reacquired from the UK for permanent ownership by Tony here in New York.


Future plans include a Chitty Chitty Bang Bang exhibit and fundraising events, which involved both Chitty and Strawberry Fields... a perfect British Invasion combination!!!