One Utah theater — the Provo Wynnsong (at 4925 N. Edgewood Drive in Provo) — will show what is called one of the music world's true lost treasures on the big screen with "The Beatles: The Lost Concert," on May 17 and May 22.
The new 92-minute documentary documents Beatlemania in America and includes, in its entirety, their first-ever full U.S. concert performance from February 11, 1964 at D.C.'s Washington Coliseum. The concert has remained unseen by movie theater audiences across the nation for over 47 years.
For information, including detailed history, movie trailer and tickets, go to www.lostbeatlesconcert.com. The Provo theater is the only theater in Utah to show the film.
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