Global Beatles Day - June 25
Sun Jun 25th

Global Beatles Day

Yes, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. On June 25, someone will want to take your hand and ask you to please, please be honest because they love you. The Beatles' album and their shake-up of the music industry are commemorated on Global Beatles Day or GBD.

Some of the dates that date back the Beatles' rise until the 1967 broadcast on the BBC's "Our World:" show "Our World:" Some of the dates that date the Beatles' emergence until that 1967 broadcast.

  • John Lennon, a teenager who appeared with the Quarrymen, appears with the Quarrymen, and then brings in Paul McCartney, who was 15 at the time
  • The group first performed together for 48 nights in Hamburg, West Germany, before moving to another venue. George Harrison was banned for being under the age of 18 and not having a work permit to work
  • The band renames themselves the Silver Beatles in 1960 – May
  • The Silver Beatles change their name to the Beatles in August. The Silver Beatles renamed the Silver Beatles in August
  • Stuart Sutcliffe, a drummer from April 1960, dies of a brain hemorrhage at the age of 21. Ringo Starr is invited to join the company permanently in August. Pete Best, the Interim drummer, has been fired the next day
  • 1962 – The Beatles' first album, "Love Me Do," was a number one hit in the United States
  • 1963 – The Beatles' first album, "Please Me," was released. It was followed the same year by the debut of the album "With The Beatles" in the United States
  • "Introducing The Beatles" and "Meet The Beatles" were released within days of each other, and "Introducing The Beatles" and "Meet The Beatles" were released within days of each other. "Twist and Shout" is released, "The Beatles Second Album," and "A Hard Day's Night" are followed by "A Hard Day's Night"
  • "Help" and "Rubber Soul" were released in 1965, as "Help" and "Help" were added
  • "Revolver" was released in 1966, and "Revolver" was introduced
  • "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" is released in 1967. On the BBC show Our World, the Beatles perform their song "All You Need is Love" on June 25, one month later, on June 25, the Beatles perform their song "All You Need is Love"

How to observe

  • Share your favorite Beatles memory
  • Play Beatles trivia. Have a Paul, John, Ringo, Ringo, and George look-a-like competition
  • The posing of Post pictures matched to Beatles album covers
  • Listen to The Beatles' albums
  • To get even more of the Beatles mania, visit the Global Beatles Day Facebook page to get in on even more of the Beatles mania

Join the discussion on social media using the hashtag #GlobalBeatlesDay.


Faith Cohen, a Beatles fan, created the holiday in 2009. It's "a thank you or love letter to The Beatles," she says of it. For the first time, they performed their song "All you need is love" on BBC produced show "Our World," on June 25, 1967.