This was the second of The Beatles' six concert appearances at the Memorial Hall in Northwich, Cheshire.
This was The Beatles' 21st show at the Tower Ballroom in New Brighton, Wallasey.
The Beatles played at the Riverpark Ballroom in Chester on four Thursdays in the summer of 1962. This was the final show.
The Beatles gave their 132nd lunchtime performance at Liverpool's Cavern Club on this day.
On this day The Beatles' 100th evening show at the Cavern Club took place. They topped a bill which also included Freddie and the Dreamers, Vic and the Spidermen, Group One, and Simone Jackson.
Studio Two, EMI Studios, Abbey Road Producer: Ron Richards Engineer: Norman Smith Following the session on 4 September, where The Beatles recorded How Do You Do It and Love Me Do, EMI hastily arranged for them to return to London for a third attempt to complete their debut single.
This was the second of three Monday night performances at Queen's Hall in Widnes, Lancashire. It was also The Beatles' second visit to the town.
This was The Beatles' 131st lunchtime performance at Liverpool's Cavern Club.
This was The Beatles' 99th evening show at the Cavern Club. They were on a bill with Clinton Ford, a British singer who had recently enjoyed two top 30 successes in the singles chart.
This was the eighth of The Beatles' 17 concert appearances at the Majestic Ballrom in Birkenhead.
Although they performed in Birkenhead on a number of occasions, this was The Beatles' only performance at the town's YMCA building.
The Beatles played just once at the Village Hall at 15 Thingwall Road in Irby, Heswall, Wirral.
This was the first of two performances by The Beatles at the Rialto Ballroom, which stood on Upper Parliament Street in Toxteth, Liverpool.
This lunchtime show at the Cavern Club had originally been scheduled to take place on 5 September 1962, but was postponed for 24 hours.
Because of The Beatles' second recording session at EMI Studios the day before, a previously-arranged lunchtime appearance scheduled for this day at the Cavern Club was switched to the following day; it wasn't known if The Beatles would have returned to Liverpool in time. They did, however, arrive back in the city in time to... Read more »
Studio Two/Three, EMI Studios, Abbey Road Producer: George Martin Engineer: Norman Smith Following The Beatles' first session for EMI on 6 June 1962, they returned for a second attempt at recording their debut single. This was Ringo Starr's first recording session with the group.
This was the first of three Monday night performances at Queen's Hall in Widnes, Lancashire. It was the first time The Beatles had performed in the town.
On this day The Beatles gave their 129th lunchtime performance at Liverpool's Cavern Club.
The Beatles' 97th evening show at the Cavern Club took place on this date. They topped a bill which also included Kingsize Taylor and the Dominoes, and the Zenith Six Jazz Band.
This was The Beatles' second of two performances at the Subscription Rooms, situated on George Street in Stroud, Gloucestershire.