August 21, 1964. The Beatles in Seattle
Screaming teenage Beatles fans in America.
A hysterical fan grasps a wire fence at a David Cassidy concert at White City, West London.
14th August 1964: A tearful fan is escorted off the stage as pop group The Rolling Stones perform at the Wimbledon Palais, London. Drummer Charlie Watts is in the centre.
Ecstatic fans at a Rolling Stones concert at Wimbledon Palais, London.
A teenage Beatle fan in hysterics as she catches a glimpse of her heroes.
22nd May 1975: Ecstatic tartan-clad Bay City Roller fans at a concert in Swansea, where 16 of them had to be taken to hospital
14th December 1963: Beatle fans get hysterical.
15th March 1965: British police hold back excited young Beatles fans hoping for a glimpse of their musical heroes during the filming of the musical ‘Help’, on location in London.
January 1964: Dave Clark, drummer in his band the Dave Clark Five, besieged by fans outside The Royal in Tottenham, London.
October 1975: Thousands of adoring David Essex fans lose control during one of his concerts at the Belvue in Manchester.
18th February 1954: Jazz fans collapsed onto chairs, overcome with emotion, at a crowded dance hall where their idols of song Ted Heath, Dickie Valentine and Lita Roza are performing.
4th November 1963: A group of girls bang and shout at the door of the Prince of Wales Theatre in London’s West End, where The Beatles are rehearsing for the Royal Command Performance.
17th May 1974: A young fan lies crying on the stage of the Hammersmith Odeon, London, comforted by a friend, at a concert by the British rock group Slade. A security guard stands behind.
28th May 1974: A pop fan overcome with emotion at a David Cassidy concert at White City, west London.