Suffice it to say, almost everyone tries to score a trip to South Florida in February.
And, in February of 1964, that was true of the band almost everyone wanted to see: The Beatles.
Trade Liverpool for the swimming pool -- that's what John, Paul, George and Ringo did.
Fresh off their record-setting performance on The Ed Sullivan Show, The Beatles made one more stop in Washington, D.C. for their first public U.S. concert.
But Sullivan the showman knew what he had. And he wasn't letting it go so quick.
Update 3:12 p.m. Oct. 24: The mystery of the identity of the kids in a car whose photo was snapped by Ringo Starr during The Beatles first visit to the America may have been solved.
Sadly, Starr may have gotten his cities mixed up. The photo was likely not taken in Miami, but in New York.
A Boston attorney says he recognizes the kids in the photograph, which began circulating earlier this week, as his classmates at Fair Lawn Senior High School in New Jersey in 1964.