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How many Beatles fans attended the 1965 Met Stadium concert?

Aug. 21, 1965. The Beatles play Metropolitan Stadium in Bloomington. The stadium seats more than 40,000 for baseball. So how many fans came out for the Fab Four? A) 15,000 B) 25,000 C) 35,000 D) 45,000 For the answer, click on the headline above....
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C) An estimated 25,000 fans attended the Beatles lone concert in Minnesota on Aug. 21, 1965. As the BeatlesBible website remembered the event, "the Beatles had use of the Minnesota Twins' locker room. All four took saunas for the first time, according to the clubhouse manager Ray Crump, and played roulette with Brian Epstein."

Before the show, the Fab Four held a news conference on WDGY radio:

From the Minnesota Historical Society, here are some photos of the day Beatlemania rocked the old Met:

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