Although they famously performed on the rooftop of Apple in January 1969, 1 May 1966 was The Beatles’ final scheduled live appearance in Britain. Read more »
The Beatles’ drove through torrential rain for their final concerts in Birmingham, England. Read more »
With their 1965 tour of North America complete, The Beatles flew back to London on the evening of 1 September. They landed at London Airport (later renamed Heathrow) the following morning. Read more »
The Beatles left England at midday to fly to America to begin their second tour of the United States. Read more »
The Beatles flew back to England from Barcelona in Spain on this morning, following their nine-date 1965 European Tour. Read more »
The Beatles flew back to England from Austria on this day, following their seven-day shoot for Help! in Obertauern. Read more »
The 21st date of The Beatles’ 1964 British tour took them to Luton in Bedfordshire, England. Read more »
The Beatles’ first US tour had ended the night before, with a concert in New York City. On this day the group and their entourage flew back to London Airport (now Heathrow), arriving at 9.35pm. Read more »
On this day The Beatles flew from London Airport to San Francisco International, to begin their 25-date first American Tour. Read more »
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.
The Beatles were taken by Rolls-Royce to Brisbane Airport early in the morning. From there they caught a Qantas-V flight to Sydney, the first leg of their long journey back to England. Read more »
To return to England from America, The Beatles flew first from Miami to New York, where they boarded an aeroplane to take them to London. They arrived back the following day.