Their goal: Meet the Beatles on tour in 1966.
July 14, 2017 5:55 AM Subscribe
Their solution: Impersonate the opening act. In August 1966, as the Beatles made their way to Washington during what would ultimately be their last tour, a group of six scheming 15-year-olds from the District’s Chevy Chase neighborhood developed a plan: 1. See the concert. 2. For free. 3. By sneaking into what then was called D.C. Stadium. 4. Disguised as the Beatles’ opening act, a band called the Cyrkle.
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