Buxton • Saturday, April 6, 1963

ConcertBy The Beatles • Part of the Spring 1963 UK Tour
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Pavilion Gardens Ballroom

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Pavilion Gardens Ballroom

This was the 1st concert played at Pavilion Gardens Ballroom.

A total of 2 concerts have been played there • 1963Apr 6thOct 19th

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Derrick Croft 6 years ago

6th April 1963 was not the only time The Beatles played at the Pavilion Gardens in Buxton. They came again on 19th October 1963 when they were supported by The Deltones and local group Derrick And The Falcons.

The PaulMcCartney Project 6 years ago

Thanks Derrick ! Fixed this !

Lesley Shepherd (nee Hulland) 2 years ago

I was there I was 19 and didn’t know at that time who they were and they sang Love me do which I didn’t know was there first record, plus I am in one of the photos at the Buxton Pavilion only just seen it WOW I was 19 then I am 78 now

The PaulMcCartney Project 2 years ago

Thanks for sharing those awesome memories, Lesley !

Tony Walker 1 year ago

My name is Tony Walker. I was the the lead singer with The Deltones, at the time , one of the support bands ("groups" as we were called then.) My "stage name", was Tony Lane. I had just turned 17 the week before! I remember hearing , "Love Me Do", for the first time, just weeks before the Buxton gig. Musically it was life changing for me. I remember trying to be clever and saying to the audience I'd just had a chat with..."P".....I was going to say "Paul", but the "P", was as far as I got, the place just erupted....for next 25 minutes but we were completely drowned out with screaming and shouting and sheer excitement which carried on for rest of the night. What a night!

The PaulMcCartney Project 1 year ago

WOW, Tony, thanks for sharing with us those wonderful memories !

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