Having given their final performance in New Zealand the night before, The Beatles flew from Christchurch to Auckland, New Zealand.
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Around 5,000 fans greeted The Beatles as their aeroplane from Dunedin landed in Christchurch, New Zealand.
The Beatles' flight from Auckland to Dunedin was marred by a bomb scare before take-off. An anonymous tip-off suggested a 'germ bomb' had been placed on board the aeroplane, …
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.
The Beatles had travelled to Auckland from Australia on 21 June, but didn't perform in the city until this day.
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.
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 …
Although they returned to Australia for final concerts in Brisbane on 29 and 30 June 1964, on this day The Beatles flew from Sydney Airport to Auckland, New Zealand.