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    Beatles Kansas City "Extra Show" Unused Concert Ticket, September 17, 1964. The Beatles had originally planned on resting a bit on September 17, 1964, but wealthy promoter Charles O. Finley approached manager Brian Epstein with a whopping $150,000 offer to add a Kansas City stop to their tour. The Beatles launched into "Kansas City", and segued to Little Richard's "Hey-Hey-Hey-Hey", resulting in such an uproarious reception that the concert was threatened with cancellation if the audience didn't calm down! This unused ticket to the memorable show is in excellent condition with trivial wear. Slabbed in acrylic to an overall size of 6" x 3.5". The Connie and Dennis Dailey Monumental Beatles Collection.

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