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The Beatles: The Lost Concert Features Footage From First Concert In U.S.

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A new documentary is going to be hitting theaters soon… and we're sure it's going to be a big one.

The Beatles: The Lost Concert is a documentary about some recently discovered footage of The Beatles first full-length concert in the United States.

The footage is from the Washington Coliseum on February of 1964 where 8,000 screaming teens watched them perform a 12-song set.

This was the show that took place after their landmark appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show.

The documentary covers the band's whole huge arrival to America and has new interviews with Steven Tyler, Chuck Berry, Mark Ronson, and several others.

The world premiere of the doc is going to be at New York's Ziegfield Theatre on May 6 and then later released into select theaters.

Sounds like a great flick. Are U gonna go see it??

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8 comments to “The Beatles: The Lost Concert Features Footage From First Concert In U.S.”

  1. samina says – reply to this



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    Although they were before my time but, I loved them when I was a teenager and I will make my 2 daughters listen to them when they grow up a bit. My parents always said that they had influence and it was hard to resist the band nice to see some new stuff about them.

    Tara Hamdi (Abu Dhabi) now Denmark

  3. Bevi says – reply to this


    Well yeah, I have to see it.

  4. 4

    Won't loose!

  5. 5

    1964 indpls fairgrounds i think it was $4.00

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    I never liked the Beatles; still don't.

  7. tz says – reply to this


    This is hardly lost footage. The anthology and the Beatles first visit has the exact same concert.

  8. 8

    This entire concert has been available for years, and was commercially released at least twice back in the 80s. The only thing new is some interviews with readily available celebs, who probably weren't even there. By the way, the picture is washed out with poor contrast.