This program is free and open to the public.
Lauded as “a truly exceptional event” by Cleveland State University, The Beatles in Cleveland chronicles the group’s 1964 and 1966 appearances in Cleveland, Ohio — both of which were rife with fan excitement bordering on hysteria, as well as controversy. Revel in Beatlemania and the excitement of the Fab Four’s back stage and on stage antics via behind-the-scenes eyewitness accounts from promoters, journalists, opening acts, and fans; and recollect the group’s story as told through rare, never-before published photos, video stills and clips, and memorabilia.
Author and entertainment journalist Dave Schwensen brings his researched knowledge and personal experiences as a baby boomer and Beatles fan to each and every program. Copies of his books will be available for purchase and signing directly following the event.
For more information, visit http://www.beatlesincleveland.com.