Happy Crimble: Celebrating 12 Days of The Beatles

Sony Music’s The Thread Shop comes together with Apple Corps Ltd. to open a Fab new digital pop-up shop for the holiday season

The Thread Shop x Apple Corps (Art: Ron Hart)

From the moment they cut their first Christmas single back in ’63, The Beatles have remained synonymous with the Holiday Season.

And this past Monday, Apple Corps Ltd. and The Thread Shop–Sony Music Entertainment’s merchandising division–announce 2020’s 12 Days of The Beatles, a celebration of the Fab Four for this year’s holiday season, offering a dozen days of unique Beatles products–ideal gifts for true loves everywhere–that began on Monday, November 9 (Day 1), culminating with extra special holiday deals on apparel on Black Friday, November 27 (Day 11) and Cyber Monday, November 30 (Day 12).

The Beatles sherpa hoodie Photo Credit The Thread Shop at Sony Music (Photo: The Thread Shop at Sony Music)

The Beatles Christmas products range from holiday sweaters, hats, scarves and tree ornaments to branded toys, turntables and more. Each of the 12 Days of The Beatles will focus on a featured collection or product for that day. Find great gift ideas for the ultimate fan on the curated holiday gift guide on The Beatles online store HERE.

The Beatles tote (Photo: The Thread Shop at Sony Music)

12 Days of The Beatles will be offering a wide-selection of Fab Four-themed gifts in the second annual holiday celebration since December 2019, when Apple Corps Ltd. and The Thread Shop inked their licensing agreement for The Beatles merchandising rights in North America.

Plus, dig this cheeky Abbey Road Christmas shirt.

The Beatles “Abbey Snowed” holiday shirt (Photo: The Thread Shop at Sony Music)

Fans can visit the Beatles online store at usastore.thebeatles.com for even more great Beatles products from Apple Corps Ltd. and The Thread Shop. 


AUDIO: The Beatles’ first Xmas record 1963


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Ron Hart

Ron Hart is the Editor-in-Chief of Rock and Roll Globe. Reach him on Twitter @MisterTribune.

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