Lost Beatles Concert Film Screening Postponed
Fans who were hoping to see the “lost” Beatles concert on the big screen tonight are out of luck.
The very first concert that The Beatles ever performed in the U.S. has been put in its entirety into a new documentary.
The Beatles: The Lost Concert follows Beatlemania with interviews from the people responsible for bringing The Fab Four stateside and it includes their first concert that they ever played at the Washington Coliseum in Washington, DC on February 11th, 1964, but film distributors say that the screenings have hit a snag that will cause a delay in the film being sent to theaters. Representatives are hoping to put it into theaters later this summer and giving it a longer run. It was originally scheduled to play tonight and on May 22 and that was it. The Marcus Parkwood Cinema in Waite Park was supposed to be one of the select theaters to run the film.
Anyone who bought tickets in advance will be issued a refund.