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    The Beatles Rare 1964 Milwaukee Auditorium Concert Program Book. In 1964, on their first US tour, the Beatles made a stop in Milwaukee on September 4, drawing record crowds and further stoking the band's popularity. The tour was a whirlwind -- the Boys performed in Indianapolis the day before and would perform in Chicago immediately following the Milwaukee show. The ultra-rare 6.25" x 9.25" program is full of fascinating details, including adverts for Pete Seeger and Bob Dylan performances, and a full-page fan on the inner cover promoting the 1964-65 4th Annual Folk Music Series. The show's opening acts included the Righteous Brothers, Jackie DeShannon, the Exciters, and the Bill Black Combo. The program is in overall Very Fine condition with a horizontal fold crease and mild overall wear.

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    April, 2010
    9th-11th Friday-Sunday
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