Beatles, Rolling Stones and British Invasion Concert Posters   [ Back to Select Gallery ]

The British Invasion officially started on Friday, February 7, 1964 when the Beatles arrived at JFK to screaming American fans. The Ed Sullivan performance that weekend resulted in no disappointment when they played 5 songs to a captivated American audience. Even to this day, watching their performance that Sunday it is easy to understand why they became the greatest band in R&R history. What wasn't anticipated however, was the great amount of talent to follow from Britain which would establish their places in R&R history. The creativity and incredible flood of new rock for the next 5 years was truly amazing, even to this day!

Earliest American Beatles Concert Poster - 1964

The Beatles England - 1963

Earliest American Rolling Stones Concert Poster - 1964

Rolling Stones - Dayton, Ohio 1964

Rolling Stones - ABC Theater - 1964

Rolling Stones - Buffalo, NY - 1966

Rolling Stones - Cow Palace - 1966

Rolling Stones at Altamont - 1969

Beatles - Cleveland - 1966

Beatles - Shea Stadium - 1965

WANTED! Beatles - Shea Stadium - 1966

Beatles Candlestick Park - 1966

Beatles - Hollywood Bowl - 1965

Dave Clark Five - 1964

Who in Kansas City - 1968

Them in Oakland - 1966
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