Euphoria at concerts in the 60s and 70s
The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Osmonds, The Bay City Rollers, Dave Clarke, David Cassidy, David Essex and David Bowie. Let's see how in the sixties and seventies people reacted to their concerts.
A concert of the Beatles in America. Photo by: William Lovelace / Getty Images
A hysterical fan grabs a wire fence at David Cassidy's concert in White City, West London.
August 14, 1964: A rabid fan is escorted from the stage when the Rolling Stones performs at the Wimbledon Palais in London. The drummer Charlie Watts is in the center. Photo by: Davies / Express / Getty Images
Ecstatic fans during the Rolling Stones concert at the Wimbledon Palais in London.
A teenage fan of The Beatles, in hysteria upon seeing her idols. Photo by: William Lovelace / Getty Images
May 22, 1975. Fans of Bay City Roller at a concert in Swansea, after which 16 of them had to be taken to the hospital. Photo by: Graham Wood / Evening Standard / Getty Images
December 14, 1963. Fans of The Beatles get hysterical. Photo by: George Stroud / Express / Getty Images
March 15, 1965: The British police stops the excited young fans of The Beatles, hoping they will see their musical heroes during the filming of "Help" in London. Photo by: Stan Meagher / Express / Getty Images
January 1964: Dave Clark, the drummer in the Dave Clark Five band, mobbed by fans outside The Royal in Tottenham, London. Photo by: Chris Ware / Keystone Features / Getty Images
October 1975: Thousands of fans of David Essex lose control during one of his concerts at Belvue in Manchester. Photo by: John Madden / Keystone / Getty Images
February 18, 1954: Jazz fans fell on chairs, engulfed by emotions, in a crowded dance hall where their idols Ted Heath, Dickie Valentine and Lita Roza performed. Photo by: Keystone / Getty Images
November 4, 1963: A group of girls bangs the door and screams at the Prince of Wales Theater in the West End in London, where The Beatles were preparing for a performance at the Royal Command Performance. Photo by: B. Marshall / Fox Photos / Getty Images
May 17, 1974: A young fan on the Hammersmith Odeon stage in London, at a concert of the British rock group named Slade. There's a bodyguard standing behind her. Photo by: Graham Wood / Evening Standard / Getty Images
May 28, 1974: A pop fan during David Cassidy's concert in White City, West London. Photo by: Tim Graham / Evening Standard / Getty Images
May 28, 1974: Teenage fans during David Cassidy's concert in White City, London. Photo by: Tim Graham / Evening Standard / Getty Images
May 30, 1975: A crowd of teenage girls screams and cries at the sight of their idols, The Osmonds pop group. Photo by: Evening Standard / Getty Images
1964: Police officers fight an excited crowd of young fans of The Beatles. Photo by: Keystone / Getty Images
February 10, 1964: Two excited girls wearing the Beatles sweatshirts, in a crowd of fans in New York, greeting the group at the airport.
February 22, 1964: A policeman in London has to cover his ears when a crowd of the Beatles fans welcome The Fab Four at the London airport, after their tour to the US. Photo by: Fox Photos / Getty Images
February 24, 1964: a group of the Beatles fans waiting for their arrival. This group of fans waited three hours in the rain. Photo by: Keystone / Getty Images
June 1964: American police stop Rolling Stones fans in New York. Photo by: William Lovelace / Express / Getty Images
August 14, 1964: Rolling Stones fans watch the band at a concert in the Wimbledon Palais in London. Photo by: Davies / Express / Getty Images
February 10, 1964: a group of Beatles fans watches their heroes in the American television programme called "The Ed Sullivan Show". Photo by: Central Press / Getty Images
May 27, 1975: A crowd of excited fans waiting for the American pop group the Osmonds, behind the barrier at Eaton Square, where the group stays during a visit to London, hoping to see the family. Photo by: Central Press / Getty Images
August 14, 1964: Fans watching Rolling Stones during a concert at the Wimbledon Palais in London. For some of them, excitement is near hysteria. Photo by: Davies / Express / Getty Images
November 17, 1975: Stewards closely watch hysterical pop fans during the Bay City Rollers concert at the London Wembey Empire Pool. Photo by: Monty Fresco / Evening Standard / Getty Images
1967: Beatles fans going crazy in New York. Photo by: Keystone / Getty Images
Fans of pop vocalist David Bowie during his last concert performed as the character Ziggy Stardust, in Hammersmith Odeon, London, July 3, 1973. Photo by: Steve Wood / Express / Hulton Archiwum / Getty Images
Screaming fans of Duran Duran in the first row during the concert at the Wembley Arena in London, December 19, 1983. Photo by: Rogers / Express / Getty Images