Undoubtedly, a band as big as the Beatles couldn’t have a special day to celebrate all the successes that hailed the musical group as one of the best in the world and in history. However, the day is often confused with other dates, for example, January 16, but the day that has officially remained is the date day, July 10.
The date chosen by fans of the Liverpool band is July 10, since that date, but in 1964, the English band returned to their hometown, after a huge and fruitful tour in the United States. It wasn’t anything accidental, it was going back in time for the movie premiere a Difficult days night, which included the members themselves as heroes. One of the film’s great successes was that it was selected by Time magazine as one of the 100 best films of all time.
As if that wasn’t enough, on July 10, both the album of the same name, which included the film’s soundtrack and six other songs, (the song of the same name, A Hard Day’s Night), began selling across the globe. United kingdom. The album managed to climb to number one on the charts for three weeks.
It doesn’t end there, it was also on July 10, 2008, by chance in Liverpool, that the first concert was held to honor the band’s return home. Profits from the event exceeded $65,000 and were donated to charity.
Thanks to all this effort on the part of fans, fans of Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr established July 10, 2008 as World Beatles Day.