London, November 30 (ANI): Flags flew at half-mast on two buildings in Liverpool to observe George Harrison's 10th death anniversary on Tuesday.
Liverpool City Hall and St George's Hall buildings had their flags fly at half-mast to commemorate the death of the Beatles' lead guitarist.
Harrison, who also had a notable solo career, died at age 58 due to cancer.
Two concerts took place at 14:00 GMT at St George's Hall, and at 20:00 GMT at The Cavern Club where the Beatles often played, BBC News reported.
Performers at the concerts included two acts that Harrison signed to The Beatles' Apple label - Brute Force and The Radha Krishna Temple.
Other guest performers included Jeff Slate, The Mersey Beatles, Singh Strings, The Liverpool Ukulele Orchestra, The Rebels, Tsema and Andre Barreau from The Bootleg Beatles.
Fans are also invited to call in at Liverpool Anglican Cathedral for a special ceremony and asked to bring a 'paper flower or dove or another symbol of peace or love with perhaps the words of a prayer or lines from one of George's many tunes'. (ANI)