The Beatles - A Day in The Life: September 2, 1964 (Wednesday)
Convention Hall, 34th St. and Curie Ave. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
The Beatles performed before an audience of 12,037 at the Convention Hall, part of the Philadelphia Civic Center.
Also on the bill were, in order of appearance, The Bill Black Combo, The Exciters, Clarence ‘Frogman’ Henry, and Jackie DeShannon. Henry joined the tour on this date, replacing The Righteous Brothers who had complained to Brian Epstein that their music was drowned out by the audience’s cheers for The Beatles.
A few days before the concert there were race riots in Philadelphia. To The Beatles’ disgust, the audience at the Convention Hall was all-white. The concert was broadcast live on local radio.