11/27/66 the last night of the Dick Clark Caravan of Stars 1966 tour

Bobby Hebb toured with the Beatles and Jimmy Page in 1966, it was an incredible year. This website will continue to look into the performances, we are actively seeking audio tape, film and reviews of the shows, set lists and other pertinent items for our historical file. This was the final date of the Caravan of Stars, November 27, 1966

The Beatles tour went from August 12 to August 29, 1966 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Beatles'_1966_US_tour

The Caravan of Stars 1966, according to the Rock and Roll Historian, lasted October 28, 1966 to November 27, 1966 http://rnrhistorian.blogspot.com/2014/09/1966-caravan-of-stars-winter-to...
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There is currently no Wikipedia page for the Caravan of Stars.

The photo here is of the now demolished concert hall where the final performance of the 1966 Caravan of Stars was held, the Veterans Memorial Field House in West Virginia

Here's another site with information on a previous tour date
http://theconcertdatabase.com/concerts/dick-clark-caravan-stars-tour

If you attended the shows and have a diary or remember clearly events at these concerts, please contact
us hebb_project{@}yahoo.com

11/27/66 Cabell Co. Memorial Field House, Huntington, W VA

Talent :Dino, Desi & Billy, Sam the Sham & The Pharaohs, The Yardbirds, Distant Cousins, Bobby Hebb, Brian Hyland

Jimmy Page's website has one photo
http://www.jimmypage.com/live/1966/11/27

The Veterans Memorial Fieldhouse was an 8,500-seat (6,500 for basketball) multi-purpose arena in Huntington, West Virginia. It was built in 1950. Prior to the completion of the Huntington Civic Center (now known as Big Sandy Superstore Arena) in 1976, it was the only large arena in the city. It closed on February 10, 2012, and was demolished later that year.[1]
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Veterans_Memorial_Fieldhouse