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DescriptionBeatles Shea Stadium Concert Ticket Stub (1965), in Acrylic Display. The Fab Four were riding the crest of Beatlemania when they performed the first stadium concert in modern Rock N' Roll on August 15, 1965, playing at Shea Stadium to a world-record crowd of 56,000. The concert also broke box office records; ironically, the Beatles would play their last concert ever a little over one year later, opting to focus on studio work from that point on. Tickets from the 1965 concert are much scarcer than those from the 1966 concert. The Beatles photo on this 3.5" x 1.5" light green stub is shown in full. It is enclosed in a screw-down acrylic display of 5.25" x 3.125" and is in Fair condition with tape stains on both ends and a horizontal fold. From the Connie and Dennis Dailey Monumental Beatle Collection.
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