Volume VII



Carnegie Hall, New York - February 12, 1964


New York 2/12/64
        
New York 2/12/64


Location Color Admission Comments
Evening (7:00)
Balcony Blue $ 3.00  
Balcony Brown $ 3.00  
Dress Circle Pink (light) $ 4.50  
First Tier Box Red $ 5.50  
Second Tier Box White $ 5.50  
Parquet White $ 5.50  
Evening (9:30)
Balcony Blue $ 3.00  
Balcony Brown $ 3.00  
Dress Circle Pink (light) $ 4.50  
First Tier Box Red $ 5.50  
Second Tier Box White $ 5.50  
Parquet White $ 5.50  



The Beatles played two 35-minute shows at Carnegie Hall, at 7:00pm and 9:30pm. Capitol Records had planned to record both shows and release a live album. In a letter to Carnegie Hall dated February 3rd, 1964, Capitol agreed to provide letters of permission from Brian Epstein and Sid Bernstein for tape recording the show. They also agreed to pay Carnegie Hall $300 to record the event, and another $300 to use "Recorded at Carnegie Hall" on an album cover. Capitol had already planned the placement of the recording equipment, but at the last minute was prevented from doing so by the American Federation of Musicians union.



Carnegie Hall magazine
  
Carnegie Hall program

The Beatles At Carnegie Hall U.K. magazine and very scarce concert program.



Volume VII