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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.
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.
Richie Havens is playing during six nights at The Cafe Au Go Go, Greenwich Village, New York City, USA.
Elvis Presley buys a $600 watch as a Christmas gift for his manager, Col Tom Parker.
Engelbert Humperdinck is appearing in a season as Robinson Crusoe in pantomime at The Palladium Theatre, London, England, UK, Europe.
Cream play at a private party - the 'coming out' ball for the daughter of a business magnate in Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Moby Grape play the third of four consecutive nights at the Whisky-A-Go-Go, Los Angeles, California, USA.
The Velvet Underground, with Andy Warhol's Exploding Plastic Inevitable, appears at The Cinematheque Coffeehouse Palace of Pleasure, San Francisco, California, USA.
The Blackpool-based John Evans Band loses two members, Glen Cornick and Ian Anderson, who will go on to form Jethro Tull.
The first Czechoslovak National Festival Of Rock Music begins in Lucerna Hall, Prague, Czechoslovakia, Europe. The three-day event attracts 12,000 fans to see bands including the psychedelic Prague-based band The Primitives.
Ray Charles enters the UK singles chart with Yesterday, written by Paul McCartney of The Beatles. His version will peak at No44.