Global Beatles Day
Global Beatles Day (aka World Beatles Day) is an annual holiday occurring June 25th each year that honours and celebrates the ideals of The Beatles. The date, June 25th, was chosen to commemorate the date that The Beatles participated in the BBC programme “Our World” in 1967, performing All You Need Is Love broadcast to an international audience. The holiday was created and first celebrated in 2009 by Beatles fan Faith Cohen, who calls it "a thank you or love letter to The Beatles."
The event is celebrated with music and a variety of events celebrating peace and harmony.  Cuba used the occasion to put on a Beatles film festival in 2018. Online celebrations have included an Amazon tie-in, creations and collections of Beatles-themed comic strips, and use of the social media hashtag #GlobalBeatlesDay.
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