The Beatles performed two concerts on this day, both in venues they hadn’t played before.
The Beatles’ third known concert at Liverpool’s Grafton Rooms had been arranged in February 1963, and was a fundraiser for the charity the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC).
Although The Beatles’ UK tour with Roy Orbison had finished the previous night, the group was back on the road on this day, with a concert in the Georgian city of Bath, England.
There may or may not have been four thousand holes in Blackburn, Lancashire, but what is known is that The Beatles performed just once in the town.
The penultimate date of The Beatles’ tour with Roy Orbison took place at Newcastle’s City Hall. It was the second time the group had performed at the venue.
The Beatles had a rare day off on 6 June, but resumed the Roy Orbison tour the following day with a concert at the Odeon Cinema in Glasgow, Scotland.
This, the 18th date of The Beatles’ UK tour with Roy Orbison, was the group’s first appearance at Leeds’ Odeon Cinema. They returned to the venue on two subsequent occasions: 3 November 1963 and 22 October 1964.
This was the only occasion when The Beatles performed at Birmingham’s Town Hall. It was the 17th date of the group’s 1963 tour of the United Kingdom with American singer Roy Orbison.
The 16th date of The Beatles’ UK tour with Roy Orbison was a return to London, with a concert at the Granada Cinema in Woolwich.
The 15th date of The Beatles’ tour of the United Kingdom with Roy Orbison was at the Hippodrome Theatre on Middle Street in Brighton, Sussex.
The 14th stop on The Beatles’ UK tour with Roy Orbison was a concert at the Granada Cinema in Tooting, London. This was their only performance at this ornate cinema, which later reopened as a bingo hall.
The Beatles recorded episodes two and three of their BBC radio show Pop Go The Beatles on this day at the corporation’s Paris Studio in London.