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Lennon was particularly displeased by the Cavern's primitive concert facilities.
The show was officially declared by the club's management to have been The Beatles' 292nd there, although the accuracy of that number has been disputed.
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On 3rd August 1963, The Beatles performed at Liverpool’s Cavern Club for the final time, after nearly 300 appearances at the legendary venue.
It is a nonstop journey through tunnels, caverns and dark rooms during which you will see schools of silver side minnows, glassy sweepers (which live in the darkness of the cave during the day) and a variety of other marine life along the way. This passage will take us out of the south mound, directing our swim back over to north mound where we will continue exploring more passages.
When our in water time is up at the cavern depth, the anchor is pulled and we will drift as the wind pushes the boat. This site is rarely visited and offers lots of invertebrate life and unspoiled coral.
A rare ticket from the concert is currently on display at The Beatles Story, located in the attraction’s replica Cavern Club room, a part of the exhibition which pays tribute to the famous club and features a scale model of the original live venue.
The ticket is the only one believed to be left in existence and on display to the public.
Sir Paul Mc Cartney however returned to the club as a solo artist to perform live in 19.The coral formations at these sites are fantastic with tunnels that open into big rooms with beautiful shafts of light that break through the ceiling like a cathedral.While being on the edge of the wall, its also possible to see larger pelagic fish that sometimes frequent the caverns to feed.It is a thrilling environment to dive where certain fish and other marine animals can always be seen.The caverns also provide a stepping stone in preparation to diving the more intense cave systems in the blue holes on Andros.