February 9th marks the 50th Anniversary of The Beatles’ first performance. Fans are gathering in Liverpool to celebrate one of the most historic first gigs in music at the city’s most iconic venue.

The Cavern, reproduced in 1984 after being demolished in the 1970s, is the centerpiece of the the celebration.

The Liverpool Council intends to unveil a new canopy of lights over Mathew Street, where the club resides, affectionately dubbed “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds.”

Beatles Fans Celebrate 50th Anniversary of First Gig
Wyndham Wyeth
Paste, February 9, 2011

Category: Music, Weekend

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One Response to “50th Anniversary of The Beatles’ First Performance”

  1. MidlifeNocrisis says:

    Having been involved in several debates over the years… who was better, the Beatles or Led Zeppelin, I always have to vote for the Beatles. Their creative diversity, range of acoustic methodology and presentation are not equaled by any other group in our (my) generation. It still amazes me what they created in such a relatively short period of time.