Which 1960s artist are you most likely to listen to?
The Beach Boys
The Rolling Stones
What were you most likely to be doing on a Friday night in the 60s?
Hanging out at the Drive-In
Watching TV with pals
Having a sleepover
Sneaking into a bar
Listening to records at home
Which 1960s president do you admire the most?
John F. Kennedy
Lyndon B. Johnson
None of these
Which cause is closest to your heart?
Equal rights for all
Protecting constitutional rights
Which 1960s hairstyle would you have rocked?
The flipped out bob
Straight and flowing
Pinned up under a hat
What 1960s magazine would you have read?
What color do you wear most often?
Which 1960s influencer do you look up to the most?
John F. Kennedy
Martin Luther King Jr.
Mary Tyler Moore
Are you an old soul at heart?
I'm not sure
Based on the results of this quiz, you attended the Beatles at Ed Sullivan in 1964! You were there for Beatlemania right from the very beginning. This band captured your attention in a way that few have since. Go ahead, get your groupie on!
Attending The Beatles On Ed Sullivan
Based on the results of this quiz, you attended the World's Fair in Queens, New York in 1964! You're a culture connoisseur with a love of new and exciting innovations. You would have loved marveling at the exhibits at this fair!
Attending The World's Fair
Based on the results of this quiz, you would have attended the first draft card burning in 1964! You've always been passionate about the causes you believe in. So much so, that you're not willing to sit around and wait for change. You want to help make change yourself!
Attending The First Draft Card Burning
Based on the results of this quiz, you would have attended a civil rights march in 1964! From the time you were young, you have always believed in equality for all men and women no matter who they are or what they look like. Your passion, talents and compassion would have been put to great use in 1964.
Attending A Civil Rights March
You would have campaigned for Barry Goldwater in 1964! You've always bee passionate about politics, especially when it comes to your own party. You believe that creating change often means electing the right leaders into office.
Campaigning For Goldwater
1964 was a year of radical change in both history and culture. Do you think we can guess what you were doing in 1964. Take these 10 questions and find out!