This was The Beatles’ second consecutive night of concerts at the Johanneshovs Isstadion in Stockholm, Sweden. As on the previous night, they performed two shows.
The Beatles performed two shows on this night, at 6.45pm and 10pm. They topped a bill which also featured The Kays, The Moonlighters, The Streaplers, Jimmy Justice, The Mascots and The Shanes.
The Beatles also made an appearance on Swedish television on this day. They discussed their plans for the future, and John Lennon recited his poem Good Dog Nigel, from In His Own Write.
Johanneshovs Isstadion, Sanstuvagen, Stockholm, Sweden
The Beatle's second visit to Sweden inside ten months saw them give four performances over two nights at this 8500 seat ice hockey arena, at 6:45 and 10:00 each night. On two occasions they played to less than capacity audiences. During the first show, Paul received a mild electric shock from an unearthed microphone. John, too, suffered a jolt.
The Beatles are preparing for their visit to Sweden while A Hard Day's Night is on top of the charts.
Opera House, Church St. Blackpool, Lancashire
The number one song in the US on July 26, 1964 was A Hard Day's Night by The Beatles.
Studio Four, Television Centre, London
Just as John had done on June 22, 1963, so now George and Ringo appeared individually as members of the panel on Juke Box Jury, the record-review programme transmitted by BBC1 early each Saturday evening.
Sharing the panel with George was actress/model Alexandra Bastedo, comic actor Reg Varney and singer Carole Ann Ford, and together they reviewed "I Should Have Known Better" by the Naturals (a cover of the Beatle's song), "What Am I To You" by Kenny Lynch, "Soulful Dress" by Sugar Pie De Santo, "How Can I Tell her" by the Fourmost, "Heart", by David Nelson, "Spanish Harlem" by Sounds Incorporated, "All Grown Up" by the Crystals, "She's Not There" by the Zombies and "Aint' Love Good, Ain't Love Proud" by Tony Clarke.
Top #5 songs in the USA
Top #5 songs in the UK
London Palladium, London
A special midnight revue, The Night Of A Hundred Star, in aid of the "Combined Theatrical Charities Appeals Council", featuring an array of illustrious names from all walks of show business (Sir Laurence Olivier and Judy Garland, to name but two). Representing "Pop Music", the Beatles acted out a flying ballet sketch (I'm Flying) in part one of the show, which necessitated them being winched up high above the stage, and performed a brief musical set in part two.
Mark Lewisohn-The Complete Beatles Chronicle
The Beatles are in-between-shows