Concerts & Package Tours : 1964  (March - April)

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March 8th 1964

Bradford (Gaumont)



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Freddie and the Dreamers
Kathy Kirby
The Merseybeats
Sammy King & The Voltairs
The Walker Brothers
Mike Sagar & The Quiet Three with Ray Kennon
Roy Douglas (compere)


Poster supplied by Sammy King

Full copy of programme

March 9th 1964

Birmingham (Hippodrome) - week

Gerry & The Pacemakers
The Bachelors
Tommy Quickly
Bobby Shafto
Sounds Incorporated
Toni & Terry Calder ("Get with it")
The Hippodrome Orchestra - Gordon Rolfe
Larry Burns (compere)

Promoter - Brian Epstein

Full copy of programme

March 15th 1964

Blackburn (King George's Hall)

The Hollies  
March 23rd 1964

16 - Birmingham (Hippodrome) - week
23 - Manchester (Palace Theatre) - week
30 - Liverpool (Empire)

April 1964

06 - Stockton (Globe)

May 1964

04 - Newcastle (Odeon) - week
18 - Glasgow (Odeon) - week
25 - Coventry (Theatre) - week

 


 

Frank Ifield
The Dallas Boys (The fabulous five)
Arthur Worsley with Charlie Brown (It's in the bag)
Patti Brook (Dynamic singing personality)
Darly's Dogs (Canine actors)
Jean & Peter Barbour (Stilt dancing puppeteers)
Palace Music Men - Harold Haddock
Ted Rogers (compere - from The Billy Cotton Band Show)

Full copy of Manchester programme

Full copy of Stockton programme

 

March 1964

16 - Liverpool (Empire) - week
23 - Birmingham (Hippodrome) - week

Dave Clark Five
Mark Wynter
Susan Maughan
Dave Nelson
McAndrew & Mills
George Meaton
Alan Field (compere)


 

Full copy of Birmingham programme

March 19th 1964

Bradford (Queens Hall)

Merseybeats
March 19th 1964

Manchester (Granada Studios)

Jerry Lee Lewis
Gene Vincent
Nashville Teens

"Whole Lotta Shakin' Going On"

March 1964

20 - Birmingham (Town Hall)
21 - Newcastle (Club A Go Go )
22 - West Ham (Baths)
23 - West Bromwich (Adelphi)
24 - Glasgow (Kelvin Hall)
25 - York (Rialto)
26 - Kingston (Cellar)
27 - Swadlincote (Rink)
28 - Coventry (Matrix Hall)
29 - Manchester (Belle Vue)

April 1964

02 - Harrow (Beat City)
03 - Hereford (Hillside)

Jerry Lee Lewis
Gene Vincent
Animals
Paramounts
Nashville Teens
Flinststones
Tony Adams & The Viceroys
Peter Kaye (compere)

Promoter : Don Arden

 

March 22nd 1964

London (Wembley Arena)

Stars Organisation for Spastics

Artists appearing

Adam Faith & The Roulettes
Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas
Cilla Black
The Crystals
Dave Clark Five
Gerry & The Pacemakers
Heinz & The Saints
Joe Brown & The Bruvvers
Johnny Kidd & The Pirates
Kenny Lymch
Marty Wilde
Matt Munro
Mike Sarne
Sounds Incorporated
Tommy Quickly
Tony Meehan

"The Stage" review

March 22nd 1964

Manchester (Palace Theatre)

Gene Vincent
The Kinks
The Undertakers
Shane Fenton & The Fentones
Tommy Bruce & The Bruisers
The Four Pennies
The Harbour Lights

"All Star Beat Show"

 

March 23rd 1964

Liverpool (Empire)

Lonnie Donegan
Miki & Griff
The Kestrels
Ken & Anna Alexis
Des O'Connor
Alan Randall
Jack Douglas
 
March 24th 1964

Bradford (Queens Hall)

Wayne Fontana & the Mindbenders  
March 1964

28 - Southampton (ABC)
29 - Bournemouth (Gaumont)
30 - Finsbury Park (Astoria)
31 - Harrow (ABC)

April 1964

01 - Romford (ABC)
02 - Kingston (ABC)
03 - Luton (ABC)
04 - Cardiff (Capitol)
05 - Birmingham (Hippodrome)
06 - Bristol (Colston Hall)
07 - Exeter (ABC)
08 - Plymouth (ABC)
09 - Cheltenham (Gaumont))
11 - Portsmouth (Guildhall)
12 - Coventry (Theatre)
13 - Nottingham (Odeon)
14 - Sheffield (City Hall)
17 - Newcastle (City Hall)
15 - Edinburgh (ABC)
16 - Glasgow (Odeon)
18 - Stockton (ABC)
19 - Leeds (Odeon

Cliff Richard & The Shadows
Dailey & Wayne
Bob Miller & The Millermen featuring Alan Lee and June Leslie

Promoter - Leslie Grade



 

Full copy of Bristol programme

March 28th 1964

Oxford (New Theatre)

Gerry & The Pacemakers
Sounds Incorporated
The Orchids
Tommy Quickly
The Trendsetters Ltd
Frank Berry
 
March 1964

29 - Coventry (Theatre)
30 - Scarborough (Futurist)
31 - Leicester (De Montfort Hall)

April 1964

01 - Cleethorpes (ABC)
02 - Carlisle (ABC)
03 - Newcastle (City Hall)
04 - Sheffield (City Hall)
05 - Bradford (Gaumont)
06 - Woolwich (Granada)
07 - Gloucester (ABC)
08 - Tooting (Granada)
09 - Cambridge (ABC)
10 - Bedford (Granada)
11 - Norwich (Theatre Royal)
12 - Peterborough (Embassy)
14 - Dover (ABC)
15 - Romford (ABC)
16 - Chelmsford (Odeon)
17 - Lincoln (ABC)
18 - Manchester (Apollo)
19 - Guildford (Odeon)
21 - Doncaster (Gaumont)
22 - Mansfield (Granada)
23 - Shrewsbury (Granada)
24 - Cardiff (Capitol)
25 - Bournemouth (Winter Gardens)
26 - Brighton (Hippodrome)
28 - Northampton (ABC)
29 - Wolverhampton (Gaumont)
30 - Taunton (Gaumont)

May 1964

01 - Southampton (Gaumont)
02 - Finsbury Park (Astoria)}
03 - Lewisham (Odeon)
05 - Hull (ABC)
06 - Huddersfield (ABC)
07 - Stockton (Globe)
08 - Hanley (Gaumont)
09 - Derby (Gaumont)
10 - Walthamstow (Odeon)
11 - Southend (Odeon)
12 - Bristol (Colston Hall)
13 - Harrow (Granada)
14 - Kingston (Granada)



 

Dave Clark Five
The Hollies
Mark Wynter
The Kinks
The Mojos
The Trebletones
Frank Berry (compere)

 

Full copy of programme

 





March 29th 1964

Oldham (Empire)

The Fourmost  
March 30th 1964

Birmingham (Hippodrome) - week

Freddie & The Dreamers
Craig Douglas (Hit parade recording star)
The Mudlarks (Singing & swinging)
Don Arrol (Dial "M" for madness)
Joe Black (Crazy but harmless)
Pan Yue Jen Troupe (Oriental wonders)
Rondart & Jean (Champion dart blowers)
The Hippodrome Orchestra (Gordon Rolfe)

Full copy of programme

March 30th 1964

Exeter (ABC) - week


 

Ken Dodd
Winifred Atwell
Rosemary Squires
The Barry Sisters (Three in harmony)
The Zio Angels (Dancing to delight)
Jim Couton (The topical comedian)
Larry Macklin & The Orchestra


Full copy of programme

March 30th 1964

Manchester (Palace Theatre)

Lonnie Donegan
Susan Maughan
The Kestrels
Des O'Connor
Ken ^ Anna Alexis
Des O'Connor
Jack Douglas
Alan Randall

March 30th 1964

Wolverhampton (Grand)

Russ Conway
Danny Williams
Audrey Jeans
Paul Andrews
Peter Crawford Trio
Terry Kaye
Les Gross
Scotts Sea Lions
Paul Fox & Ann
 
April 1964

04 - Bournemouth (Winter Gardens)
05 - Cardiff (Sophia Gardens)

The Bachelors
Bern Elliott & The Fenmen

April 6th 1964

Birmingham (Hippodrome)

Edmund Hockridge
The Caravelles
Bert Weedon
The Four Jones Boys
Billy Baxter

April 1964

08 - Sheffield (University)
12 - London (Royal Festival Hall)

Peter, Paul & Mary

Promoters - John Coast & Donald Langdon

Full copy of Royal Festival Hall programme

April 1964

18 - Slough (Adelphi)
19 - Walthamstow (Granada)
20 - Harrow (Granada)
21 - Southampton (Gaumont)
22 - Kingston (Granada)
24 - Bristol (Colston Hall)
25 - East Ham (Granada)
26 - Leicester (De Montfort Hall)
27 - Croydon (Fairfield Halls)
28 - Hanley (Gaumont)
29 - Ipswich (Gaumont)
30 - Nottingham (Gaumont)

May 1964

01 - Southend (Odeon)
02 - Tooting (Granada)
03 - Coventry (Theatre)
04 - Bedford (Granada)
05 - Worcester (Gaumont)
06 - Birmingham (Odeon)
07 - Doncaster (Gaumont)
08 - Sheffield (City Hall)
09 - Bolton (Odeon)
10 - Liverpool (Empire)
11 - Manchester (Odeon)
12 - Leeds (Odeon)
14 - Glasgow (Odeon)
15 - Stockton (Odeon)
16 - Newcastle (City Hall)
17 - London (Prince of Wales)


 

Roy Orbison Setlist (May 5th Worcester)

Born on The Wind - Love Is Evergreen -Love Hurts
My Prayer - Dream Baby - Blue Bayeau - Dreamin'
Only The Lonely - Cryin' - It's Over - Running Scared
Mean Woman Blues

 

Roy Orbison
Freddie & The Dreamers (except 1st & 5th May)
Brian Poole & The Tremeloes (1st & 5th May only)
Wayne Fontana & The Mindbenders
Tony Sheridan & The Bobby Patrick Big Six
Chris Sandford & The Coronets
Three Quarters
Ezz Reco & The Launchers
The Federals
Glen Mason (compere)

Promoters : Tito Burns, Peter Walsh & Kennedy Street Enterprises

Fully copy of Freddie & the Dreamers programme

Full copy of Brian Poole & the Tremeloes programme

 



April 19th 1964

London (Prince Of Wales)

"Tribute To Michael Holliday"

Artists appearing included

Alma Cogan
Chad Stewart & Jeremy Clyde
Cilla Black
Danny Williams
Max Bygraves
Norrie Paromor Orchestra
Pearl Carr & Teddy Johnson
Peter & Gordon
Russ Conway
Shane Fenton
Wally Whyton & Ivan Owen

Promoter - The Green Room Rags Society

April 19th 1964

Ilkley (Troutbeck Hotel)

Ilkley DJ Club opened

Premises are now a nursing home

April 20th 1964

Manchester (Palace) - week

Billy J. Kramer with The Dakotas
Cilla Black
The Fourmost
Tommy Quickly
Remo Four
Sounds Incororporated
Marty Swift (compere)

Promoter - Brian Epstein

Full copy of programme

April 20th 1964

Nottingham (Theatre Royal)


 

Russ Conway
Danny Williams
Les Margis (Round the globe)
Anna Lou & Maria (Sophisticated sorcery)
Terry Kaye (He's ridiculous)
Peter Crawford Trio (TV's three men of music)
Theatre Royal Orchestra - Harry Hackworth

Full copy of programme

 

April 1964

16 - Worcester (Gaumont) - Searchers
17 - Southend (Odeon) - Freddie & The Dreamers
18 - Colchester (Odeon) - Searchers
19 - Coventry (Theatre) - Searchers
20 - Sutton (Granada) - Searchers
21 - Rugby (Granada) - Searchers
22 - Derby (Gaumont) - Searchers
23 - Bolton (Odeon) - Brian Poole & The Tremeloes
24 - Stockton (Rank/Globe) - Brian Poole & The Tremeloes
25 - Newcastle (Odeon) - Brian Poole & The Tremeloes
26 - Edmonton (Regal) - Brian Poole & The Tremeloes
27 - Sheffield (City Hall) - Brian Poole & The Tremeloes
28 - Maidstone (Granada) - Brian Poole & The Tremeloes
29 - Kettering (Granada) - Brian Poole & The Tremeloes  
30 - Brighton  (Essoldo) - Searchers

May 1964

01 - Tunbridge Wells  (Essoldo) - Searchers
02 - Norwich (Theatre Royal) - Searchers
03 - Bristol (Colston Hall) - Brian Poole & The Tremeloes



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Adam Faith
The Searchers (some shows)
Freddie & The Dreamers (one show)
Brian Poole & The Tremeloes (some shows)
Eden Kane
Dave Berry & The Cruisers
The Roulettes
The Undertakers
Lorraine Gray
Dave Curtiss & The Tremors
Barry O'Dowde

Promoters : Tito Burns & Peter Walsh

June 14th 1965

Newcastle (La Dolce Vita) - week


Adam Faith - Searchers

Adam Faith - Brian Poole & The Tremeloes

Full copy of Searchers programme

Short version of Brian Poole programme

Short version of Freddie & The Dreamers programme

April 22nd 1964 

Bradford (Dungeon)

Opened - 85 Westgate
April 26th 1964 NME Poll Winners Concert

April 1964

27 - Liverpool (Empire) - week

May 1964

04 - Manchester (Palace) - week
11 - Nottingham (Theatre Royal) - week
 

Helen Shapiro
Steve Perry (EMI's new young recording star)
The Don Riddell Four (Four in harmony)
George Meaton (The big noise"
Michael & Georgette (Songs with a guitar)
Billy Stutt (Ireland's personality comedian)
Mike Sheridan & The Nightriders (Columbia recording stars)
Theatre Royal Orchestra - Harry Hackworth

NOTTINGHAM

Karl Denver was special guest

LIVERPOOL

Full copy of Nottingham programme

April 29th 1964

Bridlington (Spa)

Gene Vincent
The Shouts
 

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