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#41 RShack

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Posted 21 December 2015 - 02:14 PM

Speaking of The Beatles, how many US arenas/stadiums that they performed in are still in use today? The Civic Center, obviously. They played out here in Veterans Memorial Coliseum, which for some ridiculous reason is still standing today, despite a relatively new arena right next door. Anyone know of any others?

 

VISIT TO USA, 1964
9 February     Ed Sullivan Show, CBS Television Studios, New York City
11 February     Washington Coliseum, Washington DC
12 February     Carnegie Hall, New York City
16 February     Ed Sullivan Show, Deauville Hotel, Miami

 

 

THE BEATLES' FIRST US TOUR, 1964

19 August     Cow Palace, San Francisco
20 August     Convention Hall, Las Vegas
21 August     Coliseum, Seattle
22 August     Empire Stadium, Vancouver
23 August     Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles
26 August     Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Denver
27 August     The Gardens, Cincinnati
28-29 August     Forest Hills Stadium, New
30 August     Convention Hall, Atlantic City
2 September     Convention Hall, Philadelphia
3 September     State Fair Coliseum, Indianapolis
4 September     Auditorium, Milwaukee
5 September     International Amphitheatre, Chicago
6 September     Olympia Stadium, Detroit
7 September     Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto
8 September     Forum, Montreal
11 September     Gator Bowl, Jacksonville
12 September     Boston Gardens, Boston
13 September     Civic Centre, Baltimore
14 September     Civic Arena, Pittsburgh
15 September     Public Auditorium, Cleveland
16 September     City Park Stadium, New Orleans
17 September     Municipal Stadium, Kansas City
18 September     Memorial Coliseum, Dallas
20 September     Paramount Theatre, New York

 

 

AMERICAN TOUR, 1965

15 August     Shea Stadium, New York
17 August     Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto
18 August     Atlanta Stadium, Georgia
19 August     Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston
20 August     White Sox Park, Chicago
21 August     Metropolitan Stadium, Minneapolis
22 August     Memorial Coliseum, Portland
28 August     Balboa Stadium, San Diego
29-30 August     Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles
31 August     Cow Palace, San Francisco

 
 
TOUR OF NORTH AMERICA, 1966
12 August     International Amphitheatre, Chicago
13 August     Olympia Stadium, Detroit
14 August     Municipal Stadium, Cleveland
15 August     Washington Stadium, Washington DC
16 August     Philadelphia Stadium, Philadelphia
17 August     Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto
18 August     Suffolk Downs Racecourse, Boston
19 August     Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis
21 August     Crosley Field, Cincinnati
21 August     Busch Stadium, St Louis
23 August     Shea Stadium, New York
25 August     Seattle Coliseum, Seattle
28 August     Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles
30 August     Candlestick Park, San Francisco
 
The concert at Candlestick was their last concert appearance anywhere... (not counting the roof...)

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Posted 21 December 2015 - 02:25 PM

Ok, so not counting concert-specific venues and stadiums that were pretty much leveled to the foundation and rebuilt (Gator Bowl, Balboa Stadium) it appears Dodger Stadium and Washington Stadium (a.k.a. RFK) are the only additions to the two I mentioned.



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Posted 21 December 2015 - 02:40 PM

Ok, so not counting concert-specific venues and stadiums that were pretty much leveled to the foundation and rebuilt (Gator Bowl, Balboa Stadium) it appears Dodger Stadium and Washington Stadium (a.k.a. RFK) are the only additions to the two I mentioned.

 

https://en.wikipedia...Gormley_Stadium

 

https://en.wikipedia...rtland,_Oregon)

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KeyArena


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Posted 21 December 2015 - 03:11 PM

https://en.wikipedia...Gormley_Stadium

 

https://en.wikipedia...rtland,_Oregon)

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KeyArena

 

Portland I named above. The wiki article doesn't say specifically, but I always thought Key Arena fit into the category of places I mentioned that were pretty much rebuilt from the ground up.



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Posted 21 December 2015 - 03:19 PM

Portland I named above. The wiki article doesn't say specifically, but I always thought Key Arena fit into the category of places I mentioned that were pretty much rebuilt from the ground up.

 

Beats me... you could well be right...


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Posted 21 December 2015 - 03:29 PM

Cow Palace

State Fair Coliseum

Cleveland Public Auditorium

Forest Hills Stadium


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Posted 21 December 2015 - 03:52 PM

Cow Palace

 

Man, I thought that tore that dump down ages ago...


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