“Beatles Freak Day” Has Changed Name and Date

“International Beatles Freak Day” occurs on January 14th every year and is an official day when zealous fans of the Fab Four can celebrate this epic pop band’s music. However, the day of appreciation has been renamed, and the date will be changed after feedback from fans.

Since the annual celebration began in 2008, many people have complained about referred to as “freaks”. Therefore, the name of the day will be changed to “International Beatles Fan Day”.

The date will also be changed, as many fans raised the point that January 14th had no real significance in Beatles history. The celebration will now take place on June 6th, which is the date that the British band originally auditioned for George Martin.

Fans can sign up on I-BFD.com to keep up with news and announcements regarding the celebration.