Hundreds of people packed into the north Norfolk town of Holt this weekend to celebrate fifty years of Beatles music.
Organiser Tom Appleton talking about the 'Holt Howl' where 600 people came together in song
They formed a giant choir - so big the town centre had to be closed for the performance. It was the culmination of months of planning and rehearsals.
Local people, schools and businesses were all invited to come along and sing some of the best known Beatles songs.
All the money raised will go to the Holt Youth Project which helps children in the town.
It's fifty years this week since The Beatles toured the region. The Fab Four played The Granada Theatre in Bedford half a century ago not as the headline act but supporting the then far more popular 16-year-old sensation Helen Shapiro.
The Beatles went on to tour Peterborough, Cambridge, Northampton, Luton, Norwich, Ipswich, Southend, and Great Yarmouth.
ITV Anglia's Natalie Gray's been delving through the archives and meeting some of the fans who saw the the Beatles at the beginning. Click below to watch her report.
Hundreds of people camped out overnight in August 1964 to snap up Beatles tickets at the Ipswich Gaumont.
2,600 tickets were bought in the first hour but once the queues disappeared there were still 400 tickets left.
Click below to watch Anglia Television archive film from the time with a report from Chris Kelly:
It's fifty years this week that The Beatles toured the Anglia region. The Fab Four played the Granada Theatre in Bedford half a century ago on March 12th 1963 not as the headline act but supporting the then far more popular sixteen-year-old sensation Helen Shapiro.
They went on to tour Peterborough, Cambridge, Northampton, Luton, Norwich, Ipswich, Southend, and Great Yarmouth.
Click below to watch a rare Beatles interview with Anglia Television's John McGregor in October 1964 when the band were playing Ipswich.