Following their concert the previous night at the Convention Hall in Atlantic City, The Beatles relaxed at the Marquis de Lafayette Hotel, Cape May, New Jersey.
The Beatles performed before 18,000 fans at the Convention Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
The second of The Beatles’ two performances at the Forest Hills Stadium in Queens, New York City was seen by 16,000 fans.
On 28 August 1964 Bob Dylan introduced The Beatles to cannabis.
The first of two performances, the second of which took place the following night, in front of 16,000 fans at the Forest Hills Stadium in Queens, New York City.
The Beatles performed for 14,000 fans at the Cincinatti Gardens venue in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Having not failed to sell out any of the dates thus far on their US tour, The Beatles only managed to sell 7,000 tickets for their only concert at the spectacular Red Rocks Amphitheatre near Denver, Colorado, leaving 2,000 tickets unsold.
On another day off from their first US tour, The Beatles paid a visit to Burt Lancaster’s house to watch Peter Sellers’ film A Shot In The Dark.
Without a concert scheduled for this day, The Beatles rested at their rented house at 356 St Pierre Road, Bel Air, Los Angeles.
Ringo Starr gained his first lead vocal on a Beatles single, with the US release of their version of Carl Perkins’ Matchbox.
The Beatles’ concert at the Hollywood Bowl was recorded by George Martin and engineers from Capitol Records, who hoped to release it as a live album.
On 23 August 1964, John Lennon and Ringo Starr were interviewed while in Los Angeles. The occasion was The Beatles’ first concert at the Hollywood Bowl. The interviewer is unknown, but also present for the conversation was Beatles publicist Derek Taylor.
The Beatles’ first Canadian concert took place in front of 20,261 fans at the Empire Stadium in Vancouver.
The Beatles performed their usual 29-minute set in front of 14,720 fans at the Seattle Center Coliseum, Seattle, Washington.
Following the previous day’s performance in San Francisco, The Beatles flew straight to Las Vegas, where they arrived at 1am.
Although they had performed shows in New York, Washington DC and Miami in February 1964, this was The Beatles’ first proper tour of America.
On this day The Beatles flew from London Airport to San Francisco International, to begin their 25-date first American Tour.
This was The Beatles’ second appearance at Blackpool’s Opera House within a month. They had previously performed at the venue on 26 July 1964. Also on the bill on this night were The High Numbers, who were shortly to rename themselves The Who, and The Kinks.
Studio Two, EMI Studios, Abbey Road Producer: George Martin Engineer: Norman Smith The second day in the studio for what would become the Beatles For Sale LP saw work on four songs.
On this evening Brian Epstein held a party at his home at Flat 15, Whaddon House, William Mews, London. Each of The Beatles attended, as did Judy Garland, Cilla Black, Lionel Bart and members of The Rolling Stones.