The Beatles play Milwaukee in 1964
MILWAUKEE - The Beatles made a stop in Milwaukee during their 1964 trip to America.
TODAY'S TMJ4 was there and captured the moment.
"At a news conference, Paul McCartney called Milwaukee's finest the 'naughty police' because they forced the Beatles to exit Mitchell International Airport by some sneaky path instead of going past the fans the way the band preferred on their 25-city tour of the U.S.," said the Journal Sentinel.
The highest-priced ticket for the concert was $5.50. That ticket got you in to see The Beatles, plus four opening bands.
Paul McCartney will be back in town Tuesday night, July 16 at Miller Park. Tickets for the show are currently sold out.