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The stage musical Man Of La Mancha is playing at the ANTA Washington Square Theatre, New York City, USA, during a run of almost two and a half years.
Nico (backed by Jackson Browne on guitar) plays at Stanley's in the basement of The Dom, New York City, USA, supported by Tim Buckley.
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The musical Fiddler On The Roof, starring Zero Mostel, is performed at The Majestic Theatre, Broadway, New York City, USA. It will run continuously (but at three different theatres) until 1972 notching up 3,242 performances.
The musical Hallelujah Baby!, starring Leslie Uggams, is presented at The Martin Beck Theatre, Broadway, New York City, USA, during a run of 293 performances.
Fiddler On The Roof, starring Luther Adler and Dolores Wilson, is running during a lengthy engagement at McVickers Theatre, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
The Thirteenth Floor Elevators and The Charlatans play the second of four nights in the Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco, California, USA.
The Jimi Hendrix Experience play the fourth of six nights at The Fillmore West, San Francisco, California, USA, supported by Jefferson Airplane who had headlined on the first night. Also on the bill are Big Brother And The Holding Company. Hendrix's co-manager Mike Jeffery rings co-manager Chas Chandler to advise him that Hendrix has secured a support slot on The Monkees tour
Filming for the movie musical Oliver! begins at Shepperton Studios, near London, UK. With book, music and lyrics written by Lionel Bart, the film is based on the stage musical of the same name. Oliver! includes the songs Food Glorious Food, Consider Yourself, As Long As He Needs Me, I'd Do Anything, Who Will Buy? and Pick A Pocket Or Two.
Ten thousand anti-Vietnam marchers clash with police at The Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, California, USA, where President Lyndon Johnson is attending a $1000-a-plate fundraising dinner. The 1968 song L.A.P.D. by the rock group Ill Wind was written soon after in response to the brutality of the police response to the protesters.