The Beatles performed at the Cincinnati Gardens on Aug. 27. The event literally became one of the hottest in Cincinnati in 1964, as the venue's room temperature reached a reported 115 degrees, causing some fans to faint. Still, the heat did not dampen the crowd's willingness to scream throughout the band's set. A technician who attempted to measure the room noise apparently gave up after his gear overloaded.
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