This was The Beatles’ second visit to Scarborough in Yorkshire; they had previously performed there on 11 December 1963. On both occasions they performed at the Futurist Theatre on South Bay.
This was The Beatles’ return to Bournemouth’s Gaumont Cinema following their six-night residency at the venue from 19-24 August 1963.
Following their two nights of concerts at the Johanneshovs Isstadion in Stockholm, Sweden, The Beatles flew to London Airport from Stockholm-Arlanda Airport. They arrived back in England at 3.45pm.
This was The Beatles’ second consecutive night of concerts at the Johanneshovs Isstadion in Stockholm, Sweden. As on the previous night, they performed two shows.
This was the first of two nights of performances at the Johanneshovs Isstadion in Stockholm, Sweden. It was The Beatles’ second visit to the country within a year.
This was the third of five consecutive Sunday concerts at English seaside resorts. The Beatles appeared at Blackpool’s Opera House on two occasions. The second was less than a month later, on 16 August 1964.
George Harrison and Ringo Starr both recorded separate appearances for the BBC television show Juke Box Jury on this day at London’s Television Centre.
The Beatles performed at a special midnight revue show at the London Palladium, entitled The Night Of A Hundred Stars, in aid of the Combined Theatrical Charities Appeals Council.
Two Beatles singles were released on this day by Capitol, an unusual move but one calculated to cash in on the public’s insatiable hunger for Beatles products in 1964.
The Beatles’ fifth US album – their third on Capitol Records – contained eight songs originally released on the UK album A Hard Day’s Night, plus a selection of other recordings.
The Beatles made an appearance on the live ABC Television show Blackpool Night Out, the summer edition of Big Night Out. It was broadcast throughout the ITV network from 8.25-9.25pm.
The Beatles visited the BBC’s Paris Studio in London on this day to record a fourth appearance on the From Us To You show.
The Beatles made an appearance on the first edition of the BBC radio show Top Gear, a weekly late-night pop music programme, on this day.
The title track of The Beatles debut feature film and fourth US album was released as a single on this day in America.
This was the first of five consecutive Sunday concerts at English seaside resorts.
The Beatles made a live appearance on the summer version of Thank Your Lucky Stars on this day. The edition of Summer Spin was filmed at Teddington Studio Centre in Middlesex, England.
Four days after the world première of A Hard Day’s Night in London, The Beatles arrived in Liverpool for the first northern England screening.
Both the A Hard Day’s Night single and album were released on this day in the United Kingdom.
From 2-5pm The Beatles recorded an appearance for the BBC television show Top Of The Pops, at Lime Grove Studios in London.
The Beatles’ first feature film, A Hard Day’s Night, had its première at the London Pavilion.