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A Beatles concert contract from 1965, which reveals that the Fab Four refused to play before a segregated audience, sold at auction this week for $23,033, according to Reuters. The contract, which was signed by the group's manager, Brian Epstein, specified that the band "not be required to perform in front of a segregated audience" for their August 31, 1965, show at the Cow Palace in Daly City, CA. The Cow Palace concert was part of the Beatles' third major tour of the United States. It sold at a Los Angeles auction held on Tuesday, but the buyer was not disclosed.