Sunday, 27 October, 1963 Continuing their tour of Sweden, The Beatles played three shows at the Cirkus in Goteborg.
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Saturday, 26 October, 1963 The Beatles, second on the bill this evening, perform two houses at the Kungliga Tennishallen, in Stockholm.
Friday, 25 October, 1963 On the first date of their Swedish tour, The Beatles play two shows at Nya Aulan, Sundstavagen, Karlstad. On this tour The Beatles’ set includes: “Long Tall Sally,” “Please Please Me,” “I Saw Her Standing There,” “From Me to You,” “A Taste of Honey,” “Chains,” “Boys,” “She Loves You,” and “Twist [...]
Thursday, 24 October, 1963 The first day of The Beatles’ Swedish tour is spent at Karlaplansstudion radio station studios in Karlaplan, Stockholm, where they record a performance for a radio program entitled “The Beatles popgrupp fran Liverpool pa besok i Stockholm,” literally translated as “The Beatles pop group from Liverpool visiting Stockholm.” The Beatles taped [...]
Wednesday, 23 October, 1963 In Studio Two of EMI’s Abbey Road Studios, London, the Beatles work on the final session for their second album “With the Beatles.” The Beatles record the final take of “I Wanna Be Your Man.” After overseeing the mixing of this song, along with “Little Child,” and “Hold Me Tight,” The [...]
Sunday, 20 October, 1963 The Beatles tape an appearance for the ABC Television program “Thank Your Lucky Stars,” at the Alpha Television Studios in Birmingham, performing lip-syncs of “All My Loving,” “Money,” and “She Loves You.”
Saturday, 19 October, 1963 The Beatles perform at the Pavilion Gardens Ballroom in the northern spa town of Buxton.
Friday, 18 October, 1963 At the Granada TV Center in Manchester, The Beatles tape an appearance for the Granada Television program “Scene At 6:30,” lip-syncing to “She Loves You.”
Tuesday, 15 October, 1963 The Beatles return to the Merseyside area for a performance at the Floral Hall in Southport.
Sunday, 13 October, 1963 Beatlemania is born!! The Beatles appear on ATV’s “Sunday Night at the London Palladium,” the Uk’s most popular TV show at the the time with an estimated audience of 15 million. The Fab Four top the bill and perform “From Me to You,” “I’ll Get You,” “She Loves You,” and “Twist [...]