Volume VII



Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto - August 17, 1966


    
    


Afternoon (4:00)
Location Color Admission Comments
Floor Gold $ 5.50 With short red vertical stripe
North East Floor Gold $ 5.50 With short red vertical stripe
North Blue $ 5.50 With short red vertical stripe
North Mezzanine Blue $ 5.50 With short red vertical stripe
East Blue $ 5.50 With short red vertical stripe
South Blue $ 5.50 With short red vertical stripe
South Mezzanine Blue $ 5.50 With short red vertical stripe
West Blue $ 5.50 With short red vertical stripe
East Green $ 5.00 With short red vertical stripe
West Green $ 5.00 With short red vertical stripe
East (BoX) Red $ 5.50 With short red vertical stripe
West (BoX) Red $ 5.50 With short red vertical stripe
East Grey $ 4.00 With short red vertical stripe
West Grey $ 4.00 With short red vertical stripe
SE Press Box Off-white Comp  




Evening (8:30)
Location Color Admission Comments
Floor Gold $ 5.50  
North East Floor Gold $ 5.50  
North Blue $ 5.50  
North Mezzanine Blue $ 5.50  
East Blue $ 5.50  
South Blue $ 5.50  
South Mezzanine Blue $ 5.50  
West Blue $ 5.50  
East Green $ 5.00  
West Green $ 5.00  
East (Box) Red $ 5.50  
West (Box) Red $ 5.50  
East Grey $ 4.00  
West Grey $ 4.00  
SE Press BoX Off-white Comp  


Toronto shares an interesting bit of history with four other venues in being the only places the Beatles performed on each of the three U.S. tours. The other venues were LoS Angeles, which included two Hollywood BoWl shows and one Dodger Stadium show, San Francisco which featured two shows at the CoW Palace plus the historic final show at Candlestick Park, Chicago at the International Amphitheatre in '64 & '66 and White Sox Park in 1965, and NeW York, which had the most appearances by far - FoRest Hills and the Paramount Theater in 1964, Ed Sullivan Theater and Shea in 1965, and Shea again in 1966. The Beatles appeared two more times in New York in February of 1964, at the Washington Coliseum and CaRnegie Hall for a total of 7 New York appearances (11 shows).

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.




Volume VII