As part of the studio's 80th anniversary celebration, ticketholders will have access to the building to attend a lecture titled '80 Years of Recording at Abbey Road Studios' from Brian Kehew and Kevin Ryan.
The authors of Recording the Beatles will give a presentation in the famous Studio Two, where The Beatles, Oasis, Pink Floyd, Kate Bush and others have recorded.
The lecture will also cover the recording of film scores at the studio, including The King's Speech, as well as the Star Wars, Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings series.
Vintage equipment, including instruments, microphones and studio hardware, will also be on display.
While the event does not include a tour of the studio complex, visitors will be given time to explore and take photographs in Studio Two.
There will be two sessions, at 10am and 3pm on March 10.
Tickets, priced at £75, have already sold out for both sessions.
In 2010, both the zebra crossing on Abbey Road and the building itself were given Grade II listed status.
Last February, EMI denied reports that it would sell the studio after the company recorded significant losses.
Ex-Beatle Paul McCartney, theatre composer Andrew Lloyd Webber and the National Trust all suggested that they might step in to save the building.
Five years ago, bands including Oasis, Radiohead and Blur attended a 75th anniversary party for the studio.