July 11 in History
1922July 11, 1922:
One of America’s best live music centers, The Hollywood Bowl opens.
1966July 11, 1966:
ABC TV premieres the American television game show "The Newlywed Game". It would become the very last commercial television series to show in black and white.
1967July 11, 1967:
American rock and roll band First Edition releases a self-titled debut album.
1969July 11, 1969:
English songwriter and singer David Bowie drops a single called "Space Oddity".
1983July 11, 1983:
Lorraine Elizabeth Downes wins the Miss Universe beauty contest.
1988July 11, 1988:
1990July 11, 1990:
Los Angeles hard rock band Guns N' Roses sacks Steven Adler over his heroin addiction.
2013July 11, 2013:
Netflix premieres the American comedy-drama TV series "Orange Is the New Black".
2021July 11, 2021:
The Italian men’s national team lifts the UEFA EURO title for the second time in their history, bringing an end to a 53-year trophy draught in the European championship. They defeated England on penalties in a final that was played at Wembley Stadium in England.
- July 11, 2021:
Argentine football icon Lionel Messi lifts the Copa América trophy for the first time in his career after he led his country to a 1-0 victory over Brazil. Forward Ángel Di María broke the deadlock in the 22nd minute of the first half.