Why IMDB used apostrophe in the sentence below. In the end of the word Beatles'?

Best answer: The name of the band was The Beatles, plural proper noun. As such it would be The Beatles' concert. As each individual member was 'A Beatle' then if describing something belonging to one of them individually it would be "George the Beatle's suit was black."

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Because it's possessive. The 250 concerts OF THE BEATLES.

And that's not how you ask a question in English. You don't say "Why IMDB used...." You say "Why did IMDB use...."

Because it's the possessive - the Beatles' concerts - their concerts - John's concerts - Paul's concerts
"Why did IMDB use" not "Why IMDB used"
"at the end" not "in the end"
Why did IMDB use an apostrophe in the sentence below at the end of the word "Beatles"?

The name of the band was The Beatles, plural proper noun. As such it would be The Beatles' concert. As each individual member was 'A Beatle' then if describing something belonging to one of them individually it would be "George the Beatle's suit was black."

It indicates possession.
Grammatically, the 250 concerts belong to The Beatles. Since "The Beatles" is plural the apostrophe goes after the final S.