5:00-5:29pm. BBC's "Pop Go The Beatles" is broadcast (recorded July 16, 1963, 6.00-8.30pm).
Concert at the Odeon, Llandudno, with Tommy Quickly and Billy J. Kramer with the Dakotas.
"A Hard Day's Night" number 1, 4th and last week (UK Mersey Beat).
Kenneth Partridge and Brian to Kenwood to talk about its decoration.
The Beatles fly from London Airport to New York, where they hold a press conference.
US album release: Help!
(Capitol SMAS 2386).
Public Beatles' records burning organized by the North American radio station "Coob". Priest Thurman H. Babbs of Cleveland, Ohio, says that he will ask for the excommunication of any parishioner who went to listen to the Beatles or approved John's sentence about Christianity.
Concert at the Olympia Stadium, Detroit.
"Yellow Submarine", 1st week in the Top 30, 1st week in the ranking (US Billboard).
Yesterday... And Today
, number 1 3rd week, 8th week in the Top 30 (US Billboard).
"Paperback Writer" number 15 (Dutch Top 40).
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
number 1, 11th week (UK Record Retailer).
Studio 2 and annexe. 7:00pm-5:30am. Recording: "Sexy Sadie" [re-re-make] (takes 100-107, tape reduction take 107 into takes 108-111); "Yer Blues" (takes 1-14, tape reduction take 6 into takes 15, 16, tape reduction extract of take 14 into take 17). Editing: "Yer Blues" (of takes 16, 17). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Ken Scott; 2nd Engineer: John Smith.
For the first time on a Beatles' recording the 4-track tape itself is edited ("Yer Blues").
Studio 2 (control room only). 2:30-9:15pm. Stereo mixing: "You Never Give Me Your Money" (remixes 20-27, from take 30). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Geoff Emerick/Phil McDonald; 2nd Engineer: Alan Parsons.
Great Hall, Alexandra Palace, London. "Art Spectrum", modern art exhibition. 5 films of John and Yoko are screened: "Cold Turkey", "The Ballad Of John And Yoko", "Give Peace A Chance", "Instant Karma!", "Up Your Legs Forever".
UK single release: "The Back Seat Of My Car"/"Heart Of The Country" (Apple R 5914).
John flew from Heathrow Airport to New York. He never sets foot on British soil again.
BBC Radio One broadcasts part thirteen of "The Beatles Story".
Paul and Wings' concert at Fyns Forum, Odense, Denmark ("Wings Over Europe 1972 Tour").
While in Japan, John records a demo of the song "Free As A Bird".
Day Eight of Double Fantasy
recordings: Paul calls John to suggest a collaboration but John is not informed of the call because Yoko would not allow the call to be put through. Recordings of "Cleanup Time" and "I'm Losing You" continue.
In the US, the Beatles' newsreel film "This Is The Week That Beatlemania Was" screened in limited cinema release.
Part 11 of "Ringo's Yellow Submarine" series on the ABC Radio Network.
New York's Museum of Broadcasting showcase Beatles achieve clips documentary "The Beatles Early Days" and several other films from the museum's personal collection, including the "Ed Sullivan Show" appearances and excerpts from their Washington, D.C. concert on February 11, 1964.
Abbey Road's Number Two studio presents "The Beatles At Abbey Road", 3 times a day.
In Hawai'i, George is sued for £26 million by two neighbors over a path near his property.
The "Art Of The Beatles" Exhibition, portraying 30 years of the group in the form of cartoons, paintings, photographs, album covers, lithographs and sculptures, continues.
The "Beatle City" exhibition runs at the West End marketplace in Dallas, Texas.
Ringo and his All-Starr Band concert at Jones Beach Amphitheater, Wantaugh, New York ("North American Tour").
In the UK, Warner Home Video releases the 1975 film "Lisztomania", featuring Ringo in the role of the Pope.
Ringo and his All-Starr band perform at the Desert Sky Pavilion, Phoenix, Arizona ("Return To Ameria Tour").
Ringo and his All-Starr Band perform at the Starplex Amphitheater, Dallas, Texas ("North America tour").
Ringo and his Fourth All-Starr Band in concert at Theatreplatz, Chemnitz, Germany ("1998 Summer Tour").
The exhibit Linda McCartney retrospective is displayed at the Kunst Haus Wien in Vienna, Austria. The new exhibition is the first comprehensive retrospective of Linda McCartney’s work featuring 190 of her iconic photographs.
Yoko's Half-A-Wind Show - A Retrospective is displayed at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, located north of Copenhagen, Denmark. It shows a major retrospective of well over a hundred works. The exhibition offers a rare opportunity to orient ourselves broadly in Yoko’s multifaceted artistic universe, pinpointing central themes of her career and demonstrating the diversity of media and disciplines with which she works.