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    Beatles Philadelphia Concert Hall Concert Ticket Stub (1964), in Acrylic Display. In the days before their September 2, 1964, performance, Philadelphia suffered through a series of race riots. To the Beatles' disgust, they played in this historic venue before a crowd of nearly 13,000 white-only fans. Their twelve song set was broadcast live on local radio. Sadly, this venerated hall was torn down in 2005. Heritage has never before offered a ticket from this particular show. The 2" x 1.5" (overall) orange stub is enclosed in a screw-down acrylic display of 5.25" x 3.125" and is in Very Good condition with a staple hole at one end. From the Connie and Dennis Dailey Monumental Beatle Collection.

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