On Aug. 26, 1964, one of the most iconic concerts at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison happened: The Beatles.
The show was the sixth stop on their summer 1964 United States and Canada tour.
The Fab Four played in front of a crowd of about 7,000 and surprisingly did not sell out the venue. It was one of two shows on their tour that did not sell out.
Tickets to the show cost $6.60.
Red Rocks shared this photo on their Facebook page of the crowd at The Beatles' show.
If you want to relive the moment, 1964 The Tribute, a Beatles tribute show, is performed every year on Aug. 26.
Tickets to the show are still available and can be purchased here: http://bit.ly/2bm5uFb.