Four new Beatles statues have been revealed in Liverpool, in the centre of Mathew Street.
The sculpture of the band sits just inside the entrance of the Rubber Soul Complex and was commissioned by the owners of the venue, Pub Invest Group.
Already revellers and tourists alike have been posing for pictures with John, Paul, Ringo and George.
Jimmy Boland, general manager of the Rubber Soul Complex, which includes The Rubber Soul , Erics and Route 66, said: “We have had tourists, stags, hens as well as locals passing popping into the entrance for pictures. From young to old.
“We feel it is yet another addition to this great street in the city centre.”
The unveiling of the new Beatles statue comes just a year after the new Cilla Black tribute was revealed on Mathew Street.
Now, the new Beatles model joins a host of others across Liverpool including the life sized Pier Head statue and monuments on top of the Hard Days Night Hotel on North John Street.