Volume VII



Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto - September 7, 1964


Toronto tickets 1964



Location Color Admission 1st Show (2:30) 2nd Show (8:30) Comments
Floor Gold $ 5.50 No stripe With red stripe  
North Blue $5.00*/$ 5.50 No stripe With red stripe (*afternoon show only)
North Mezzanine Blue $ 5.50 No stripe With red stripe  
East Blue $5.00*/$ 5.50 No stripe With red stripe (*afternoon show only)
South Blue $5.00*/$ 5.50 No stripe With red stripe (*afternoon show only)
South Mezzanine Blue $ 5.50 No stripe With red stripe  
West Blue $5.00*/$ 5.50 No stripe With red stripe (*afternoon show only)
East Green $ 5.00 No stripe With red stripe  
West Green $ 5.00 No stripe With red stripe  
East (Box) Red $ 5.50 No stripe With red stripe  
West (Box) Red $ 5.50 No stripe With red stripe  
East Grey $ 4.00 No stripe With red stripe  
West Grey $ 4.00 No stripe With red stripe  
SE Press Box Blue-Grey Comp No stripe No stripe  



All unused Maple Leaf Gardens tickets have a torn perforation (usually clean) at the bottom, with the 3rd section remaining in the ticket log. The 2nd perforation was torn upon admittance, thus voiding the ticket.

Toronto shares an interesting bit of history with four other cities in being the only places the Beatles performed on all three U.S. tours. The other cities and venues were:

  • Los Angeles (which included two Hollywood Bowl shows in 1964 & 1965, and one 1966 Dodger Stadium show)

  • San Francisco (which featured two shows at the Cow Palace in 1964 & 1965, plus the final show at Candlestick Park)

  • Chicago (at the International Amphitheatre in 1964 & 1966, and White Sox Park in 1965)

  • New York, which had the most appearances by far - 11, with performances on Ed Sullivan in 1964 & 1965, at Carnegie Hall in 1964, at Forest Hills in 1964, the Paramount Theater in 1964, and Shea Stadium in 1965 & 1966.




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