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. Read more »
The Beatles attended a civic reception held by Auckland’s mayor Dove-Myer Robinson at the Town Hall, prior to their performances there in the evening. Read more »
The Beatles’ second night of concerts in the New Zealand capital saw them perform two shows at the city’s Town Hall, to a total of 5,000 fans. Read more »
The Beatles gave just four nights of concerts in New Zealand, starting on this day. The trip was largely seen as less successful than previous stops on their world tour, mainly due to sound problems and police attitudes. Read more »
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. Read more »
This was the second stop on The Beatles’ five-date Scottish tour of January 1963.
The fifth date of The Silver Beetles’ tour of Scotland with Liverpudlian singer Johnny Gentle. Read more »
The Silver Beetles’ seven-date tour of Scotland, backing singer Johnny Gentle, began on this day with a performance at the Town Hall in Alloa, Clackmannanshire. Read more »