The Beatles 1964 World Tour
4 June 1964
16 August 1964
The Beatles concert chronology
1964 UK Tour
1964 World Tour
1964 U.S. Tour
The Beatles 1964 world tour was The Beatles first world tour, launched after their 1964 UK tour. The reception was enthusiastic, with describing it as "hysterical". It was followed by their second 1964 US tour. The Spectator
Tour dates [ edit ]
Note: As Ringo Starr was hospitalized in the UK,
Jimmie Nicol was temporarily hired to stand in for Ringo as a drummer for the shows from 4 June -13 June until Ringo rejoined the group in Melbourne.
Typical set list [ edit ]
set list for the shows was as follows (with lead singers noted):
Twist and Shout" (John Lennon) "
I Want To Hold Your Hand" ( John Lennon and Paul McCartney) "
I Saw Her Standing There" (Paul McCartney) "
You Can't Do That" (John Lennon) "
All My Loving" (Paul McCartney) "
I Wanna Be Your Man" ( Ringo Starr) "
She Loves You" (John Lennon and Paul McCartney) "
Till There Was You" (Paul McCartney) "
Roll Over Beethoven" ( George Harrison) "
Can't Buy Me Love" (Paul McCartney) "
This Boy" (John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison) "
Long Tall Sally" (Paul McCartney)
External links [ edit ]
The Beatles tour New Zealand.
References [ edit ]
The Spectator, Volume 213, 1964
The Beatles: Six days that changed the world, February 1964 by editors A. Aurichio & D. Melamud, (2014, Rizzoli, New York USA ISBN 978-0-8478-4105-9 (Photos of the Beatles first American tour)
Baker, Glenn A (1982). The Beatles Down Under: the 1964 Australia & New Zealand tour. Glebe, NSW Australia: Wild & Woolley.
Baker, Glenn A (1985). The Beatles Down Under: the 1964 Australia & New Zealand tour (2 ed.). Ann Arbour, Michigan, USA: Pierian Press. ISBN 0-87650-186-2.
Hutchins, Graham (2004). Eight Days a Week:the Beatles' tour of New Zealand 1964. Auckland, NZ: Exisle. ISBN 0-908988-55-9.