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1976

Crista Galli

  • Vicki Peterson
  • Amanda Hills

1977

Aisha

  • Vicki Peterson
  • Debbi Peterson
  • Amanda Hills

1978

October 17, 1978 University of California Kerckhoff Coffee House, Los Angeles, CA October 26, 1978 Sweetwater, Redondo Beach, CA

The Muze

  • Vicki Peterson
  • Debbi Peterson
  • Amanda Hills

December 1, 1978 Driftwood, Redondo Beach, CA (with The Alleycats) December 8, 1978 Driftwood, Redondo Beach, CA (with The Alleycats) December 15, 1978 Driftwood, Redondo Beach, CA (with The Sharks) December 22, 1978 Driftwood, Redondo Beach, CA (with The Sharks) December 31, 1978 Driftwood, Redondo Beach, CA

1979

January 7, 1979 Driftwood, Redondo Beach, CA January 14, 1979 Driftwood, Redondo Beach, CA January 21, 1979 Driftwood, Redondo Beach, CA January 28, 1979 Driftwood, Redondo Beach, CA (with The Alleycats) February 2, 1979 Driftwood, Redondo Beach, CA (with The Alleycats)

The Fans

  • Vicki Peterson
  • Debbi Peterson
  • Amanda Hills

March 18, 1979 Driftwood, Redondo Beach, CA March 25, 1979 Driftwood, Redondo Beach, CA April 6-7, 1979 Driftwood, Redondo Beach, CA April 20, 1979 University of California, Los Angeles, CA (Frat party) April 29, 1979 University of California, Los Angeles, CA (Mardi Gras)

The Fans

  • Vicki Peterson
  • Debbi Peterson
  • Amanda Hills
  • Lynn Elkind

May 23, 1979 Club 88, Los Angeles, CA June 1, 1979 University of California, Los Angeles, CA (Frat party) June 8, 1979 Alta Loma High School, Rancho Cucamonga, CA June 16, 1979 Club 88, Los Angeles, CA (with Division Street) June 20, 1979 Hong Kong Cafe, Los Angeles, CA (with The Panics) June 21, 1979 Club 88, Los Angeles, CA (with The Adaptors) July 9-10, 1979 Blue Lagoon Salon, Santa Monica, CA July 16-18, 1979 Relic House, Northridge, CA July 23, 1979 Relic House, Northridge, CA July 30-31, 1979 Relic House, Northridge, CA August 6, 1979 Club 88, Los Angeles, CA (with The Panics) August 17-18, 1979 Relic House, Northridge, CA August 28-29, 1979 Relic House, Northridge, CA September 1-2, 1979 Pippin's, Santa Monica, CA September 4, 1979 BR Saloon, Santa Monica, CA (with The Panics) September 12, 1979 BR Saloon, Santa Monica, CA (with Division Street) September 25-26, 1979 Relic House, Northridge, CA October 1, 1979 Club 88, Los Angeles, CA October 4, 1979 Blue Lagoon Salon, Santa Monica, CA October 6, 1979 BR Saloon, Santa Monica, CA October 11, 1979 Pippin's, Santa Monica, CA October 21, 1979 Pippin's, Santa Monica, CA (supporting The Unclaimed & The Apples) October 24, 1979 Blackies, Santa Monica, CA October 27, 1979 Pippin's, Santa Monica, CA October 29, 1979 Sweetwater, Redondo Beach, CA November 9, 1979 BR Saloon, Santa Monica, CA November 10, 1979 Pippin's, Santa Monica, CA November 12, 1979 Londoner, Santa Monica, CA November 19, 1979 Sweetwater, Redondo Beach, CA (with Zamp) November 27, 1979 Plush Horse, Redondo Beach, CA December 18, 1979 Plush Horse, Redondo Beach, CA (with Zamp)

1980

March 8, 1980 Pippin's, Santa Monica, CA March 12, 1980 Casablanca, Puerto Vallarta, MEX

Those Girls

  • Vicki Peterson
  • Debbi Peterson
  • Amanda Hills
  • Lynn Elkind

June 25, 1980 Hong Kong Cafe, Los Angeles, CA (supporting The Angry Samoans, The Spoilers & The Adaptors) August 10, 1980 Troubadour, Los Angeles, CA (supported by The Intruders, Shakee Jake, The Hit & Stingers) August 15, 1980 The Arena, Los Angeles, CA (with The Differentials. Lynn Elkind's last gig with the band) August 25, 1980 Hong Kong Cafe, Los Angeles, CA (supporting Legal Weapon & The Unclaimed) August 25, 1980 Joey Kill's, Burbank, CA (supporting Legal Weapon, with Incognito) September 6, 1980 Sweetwater, Redondo Beach, CA (with Zamp) September 27, 1980 Troubadour, Los Angeles, CA (supporting Attitude, Mondo Connie & Minx) October 8, 1980 Troubadour, Los Angeles, CA (supporting Hyde & The Moderns, with King Cotton & The Kingbins) October 15, 1980 Troubadour, Los Angeles, CA (supporting Hyde & The Moderns, with King Cotton & The Kingbins) October 29, 1980 The Arena, Los Angeles, CA (supporting Alcoholics, with Reeves Nevo & Cinch. Amanda's last gig with the band, officially leaving them on christmas eve)

1981

The Colours (January 1981)

  • Susanna Hoffs
  • Debbi Peterson
  • Vicki Peterson

June 13, 1981 Echo Park Methodist Church Basement, Los Angeles, CA (with Annette Zilinskas on bass) July 9, 1981 H.J's Rock Club, Hollywood, CA (With Amanda Hills on bass. Supporting Dred Scott & Sensible Shoes) July 17, 1981 Roxanne's, Arcadia, CA (With Amanda Hills on bass. Supporting Forked Tongue or Sensible Shoes & Marina Swingers) July 30, 1981 H.J's Rock Club, Hollywood, CA (With Amanda Hills on bass. Supporting B. Wild, with Suspect) August 5-6, 1981 Roxanne's, Arcadia, CA (With Amanda Hills on bass. Supported by Flying Tigers) August 7, 1981 H.J's Rock Club, Hollywood, CA (With Amanda Hills on bass. Supporting Flames & The View) August 11, 1981 Pier 52, Hermosa Beach, CA (unconfirmed) August 12, 1981 Roxanne's, Arcadia, CA (With Amanda Hills on bass. Supporting Marina Swingers)

The Bangs (August 1981)

  • Susanna Hoffs
  • Debbi Peterson
  • Vicki Peterson
  • Annette Zilinskas - bass

1982

March 26, 1982 Los Angeles, CA (Release party for an issue of LA magazine 'NO MAG', with Channel 3, The Descendents & Saigon) March ?, 1982 University of California Barn, Riverside, CA April 10, 1982 Music Machine, Los Angeles, CA April 21, 1982 Monte Carlo III, Los Angeles, CA (Supporting The Animated) April 30, 1982 Cathay De Grande, Los Angeles, CA (with Skanksters & Levi Dexter & Tribe) May 4, 1982 Grandia Room, Los Angeles, CA (with Odd Squad) May 5, 1982 Madame Wong's West, Los Angeles, CA (with Kid Twist, Felix & The Katz, Young Marquis & Stanley & The Touchables) May 15, 1982 Club 88, Los Angeles, CA (Supporting Unclaimed & Salvation Army) May 26, 1982 Whisky-A-Go-Go, West Hollywood, CA (Supporting The Last, with Salvation Army) June 23, 1982 O.N Klub, Los Angeles, CA (with The Long Ryders) June 24, 1982 Kings Road Cafe, San Diego, CA (with Manual Scan) June 27, 1982 H.J's Rock Club, Hollywood, CA (with Social Distortion & Salvation Army) July 12, 1982 Whisky-A-Go-Go, West Hollywood, CA (with Top Jimmy and The Rhythm Pigs, Johanna Went, Mood of Defiance & The Disposals) July 14, 1982 Whisky-A-Go-Go, West Hollywood, CA (Supporting The Last, with 100 Flowers) July 17, 1982 Spirit, Los Angeles, CA (with Beachie & The Beachnuts & DFX2) July 24, 1982 Cathay De Grande, Los Angeles, CA (with The Mentors, Naughty Women & Signals) July 30, 1982 Kings Road Cafe, San Diego, CA (Supporting Unclaimed & Salvation Army) August 11, 1982 Central, Los Angeles, CA (with The Rayonics & Los Illegals) August 12, 1982 Roxy, Los Angeles, CA (Supporting Billy Idol) August 15, 1982 H.J's Rock Club, Hollywood, CA (Supporting Unclaimed & Salvation Army) August 18, 1982 O.N Klub, Los Angeles, CA (with The Rain Parade) September 10, 1982 Cathay De Grande, Los Angeles, CA (with Sensible Shoes & I Spy) September 17, 1982 Whisky-A-Go-Go, West Hollywood, CA (Supporting The Alleycats, with Redd Kross & Funhouse) September 21, 1982 Club Lingerie, Los Angeles, CA (Supporting The Dream Syndicate, with The Brat) September 25, 1982 Spirit, Los Angeles, CA (cancelled) September 25, 1982 Cathay De Grande, Los Angeles, CA (with Flesh Eaters & Tex & The Horseheads) October 4, 1982 Music Machine, Los Angeles, CA (Supporting The Dream Syndicate & The Three O'Clock, with The Rain Parade) October 7, 1982 Lhasa Club, Hollywood, CA (listening party for their debut E.P.) October 14, 1982 Anti-Club, Los Angeles, CA (with Green On Red & The Leaving Trains) October 18, 1982 I-Beam, San Francisco, CA October 22, 1982 O.N Klub, Los Angeles, CA (with The Long Ryders) October 27, 1982 Roxy, Los Angeles, CA (with Mnemonic Devices, Juju Hounds & Red Wedding) October 28, 1982 Kabuki Theatre, San Francisco, CA (Supporting Boomtown Rats) November 3-4, 1982 The Cinema, San Francisco, CA (Supporting The English Beat) November 4, 1982 Club 88, Los Angeles, CA (cancelled) November 5, 1982 Shyrock Auditorium, Carbondale, IL (Supporting The English Beat) November 6, 1982 Foellinger Auditorium, Champaign, IL (Supporting The English Beat) November 7, 1982 Second Chance, Ann Arbor, MI (Supporting The English Beat) November 9, 1982 Geneva Theater, Geneva, NY (Supporting The English Beat) November 10, 1982 Bingeman Park, Kitchener, ON (Supporting The English Beat & Blasters) November 12 & 14, 1982 Concert Hall, Toronto, ON (Supporting The English Beat) November 16, 1982 Amherst, MA (Supporting The English Beat) November 17, 1982 Providence, RI (Supporting The English Beat) November 19, 1982 Spirit, Los Angeles, CA (cancelled) November 19, 1982 Opera House, Boston, MA (Supporting The English Beat) November 20, 1982 University of Maryland Ritchie Coliseum, College Park, MD (Supporting The English Beat & Bongos) November 21, 1982 Halloran Plaza Ballroom, Pennsauken, NJ (Supporting The English Beat) November 23, 1982 Roseland, New York City, NY (Supporting The English Beat) November 24, 1982 Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Uniondale, NY (Supporting The English Beat) November 28, 1982 Agora Ballroom, Atlanta, GA (Supporting The English Beat) November 29, 1982 University of Alabama, Birmingham, AL (Supporting The English Beat) December 1, 1982 Opera House, Austin, TX (Supporting The English Beat) December 2, 1982 Agora Ballroom, Cleveland, OH (Supporting The English Beat) December 3, 1982 Trinity's, Baton Rouge, LA (Supporting The English Beat) December 6, 1982 Commodore Ballroom, Vancouver, BC (Supporting The English Beat) December 7, 1982 Hippodrome, Seattle, WA (Supporting The English Beat) December 8, 1982 University of Oregon Erb Memorial Union Ballroom, Eugene, OR (Supporting The English Beat) December 9, 1982 Euphoria, Portland, OR (Supporting The English Beat) December 11, 1982 Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (Supporting The English Beat & Blasters) December 13, 1982 Civic Auditorium, Santa Cruz, CA (Supporting The English Beat) December 14, 1982 Galactica 2000, Sacramento, CA (Supporting The English Beat) December 15, 1982 Arlington Theatre, Santa Barbara, CA (Supporting The English Beat) December 16, 1982 SDSU Montezuma Hall, San Diego, CA (Supporting The English Beat) December 18-19, 1982 Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles, CA (Supporting The English Beat)


The Bangles (October 1982)

  • Susanna Hoffs
  • Debbi Peterson
  • Vicki Peterso
  • Annette Zilinskas - bass

1983

January ?, 1983 Los Angeles, CA (US TV "MV3" performing "I'm In Line") January 20, 1983 Roxy, Los Angeles, CA January 27, 1983 Roxy, Los Angeles, CA (with Three O'Clock) February 2, 1983 Long Beach, CA (unconfirmed) February 4, 1983 After Everything Else, Los Angeles, CA (with Circle Jerks) February 6, 1983 The Brewery, Davis, CA (with The Rain Parade & Game Theory) February 7, 1983 I-Beam, San Francisco, CA (with The Rain Parade) February 8, 1983 Aquarius Records, San Francisco, CA (in store appearance) February 9, 1983 Old Waldorf, San Francisco, CA (with Three O'Clock & The Rain Parade) February 10, 1983 Galactica 2000, Sacramento, CA (supported by The T.B.A's & The Pleg) February 13, 1983 Rodeo Club, La Jolla, CA February 17, 1983 Music Machine, Los Angeles, CA (with Odd Squad) February 26, 1983 California Polytechnic State University Chumash Auditorium, San Luis Obispo, CA (supported by The Generics & The Impediments) February 27, 1983 Rumble Seat Garage, Long Beach, CA (with Wavelength)

March 3, 1983 Music Machine, Los Angeles, CA (with Lopez Beatles & Odd Squad. The Bangles were joined by members of Social Distortion, Redd Kross, The Leaving Trains, The Three O’Clock & Green On Red for "Pushin' Too Hard") March ?, 1983 University of California Barn, Riverside, CA March 12, 1983 Golden Bear, Huntington Beach, CA March 19, 1983 Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood, CA (supporting The B-52s) March 26, 1983 ABC Television Center, Los Angeles, CA (US TV "American Bandstand" performing "The Real World" & "Want You". Broadcast date) March 26, 1983 Roxy, Los Angeles, CA March 27, 1983 Six Flags Magic Mountain, Valencia, CA March 30, 1983 Convention Center, Anaheim, CA (supporting Sparks) March ?, 1983 Chaplin Soundstage, Echo Park, CA (US TV "Cutting Edge". Broadcast in April 1983)

April 2, 1983 Concert Factory, Costa Mesa, CA (with The Jetz & The Modbeats) April 4, 1983 Club 88, Los Angeles, CA (with The Plugz, Los Lobos & Jimmy and The Rhythm Pigs) April 4, 1983 Bronco Billy's, Los Angeles, CA (US TV "Rock Wave Safari PS '83: A Rock Festival") April 6, 1983 Troubadour, Hollywood, CA (supporting Social Distortion, with Redd Kross & White Flag) April 10, 1983 Devil House, Tempe, AZ April 11, 1983 Stray Cat Bar, Tucson, AZ (with The Que & Redd Kross) April 14, 1983 Hot Klub, Dallas, TX April 15, 1983 Bonham Exchange, San Antonio, TX April 16, 1983 Ritz, Austin, TX (with The Uh-Uhs & Explosives) April 17, 1983 Rockers, Houston, TX April 19, 1983 Club Foot, Austin, TX April 20, 1983 The Bowery, Oklahoma City, OK April 22, 1983 Cantrell's, Nashville, TN April 23, 1983 688 Club, Atlanta, GA April 29, 1983 East Side Club, Chestnut, Philadelphia, PA (with Polyrock) April 30, 1983 Capitol Records, Hartford, CT (in store appearance) April 30, 1983 Agora, Hartford, CT (With Jail Bait) May 1, 1983 Fairleigh Dickinson University, Paterson, NJ May 4, 1983 Chateau, Albany, NY May 5, 1983 SPIT, Boston, MA May 6, 1983 Peppermint Lounge, New York City, NY May 7, 1983 Brooklyn Zoo, Brooklyn, NY May 11-12, 1983 Park West, Chicago, IL (with Greg Kihn Band) May 20, 1983 Country Club, Los Angeles, CA (Annette Zilinskas last gig with the band) June 3, 1983 Country Club, Los Angeles, CA

The Bangles (May 1983)

  • Susanna Hoffs
  • Debbi Peterson
  • Vicki Peterson
  • Michael Steele

July 31, 1983 Cathay De Grande, Los Angeles, CA (with Black Flag, Redd Kross, K.K. First Bangles gig with Michael)

August 11, 1983 The Plant, Los Angeles, CA

August 12, 1983 Keystone, Palo Alto, CA

August 18, 1983 Universal City, Los Angeles, CA (supporting Oingo Boingo)

September 8, 1983 Club Minimal, Sacramento, CA (with The Big Race, The Antics)

September 10, 1983 Wolfgang’s, San Francisco, CA (with Translator, Hunting Game)

September 16, 1983 Radio City, Anaheim, CA (with Cathedral of Tears, Neptune)

September 30, 1983 Spirit, San Diego, CA (with Penetration, Sheba)

October 6, 1983 Club Lingerie, Los Angeles, CA

October 7, 1983 Golden Bear, Huntington Beach, CA (with The Marsupials)

October 8, 1983 The Timbers, Glendora, CA (with The Respectable)

November 26, 1983 Concert Factory, Costa Mesa, CA

November 27, 1983 Goodies, Fullerton, CA

November 30, 1983 FM Station, North Hollywood, CA (with The Longryders)

December 8, 1983 The Stone, San Francisco, CA (with The 3 O’Clock, New Breed)

December 9, 1983 Keystone, Palo Alto, CA (with The 3 O’Clock, Weird Scenes)

December 10, 1983 Keystone, Berkeley, CA (with The 3 O’Clock, 3.D.B.B)

1984

February 4, 1984 ABC Studios, Los Angeles, CA (US TV "The Pop N’Rocker Game" performing "The Real World")

May 24, 1984 SUNY Bard Point, Buffalo, NY

May 27, 1984 Palace, Hollywood, CA (Guesting with The 3 O’Clock, singing backing vocals on the encore)

July 19, 1984 ABC Studios, Los Angeles, CA (US TV "American Bandstand")

July 21, 1984 Pomona Valley Auditorium, Pomona, CA (with The Three O’Clock, Chardon Square and The Respectables)

July 27, 1984 Riverside, CA

July 28, 1984 SDSU Montezuma Hall, San Diego, CA

July 29, 1984 Palomino Station, Riverside, CA (with Jef Scott)

August 1, 1984 Keystone, Palo Alto, CA (with Civil Defense, Ariel Bond)

August 2, 1984 The Stone, San Francisco, CA (with Big Race, Voices)

August 4, 1984 The Palace, Hollywood, CA (with The Beat Farmers)

August 10, 1984 Paramount Theater, Seattle, WA (Supporting Psychedelic Furs)

August 12, 1984 Starry Night, Portland, OR (Supporting Psychedelic Furs)

August 13, 1984 SDSU Open Air Theater, San Diego, CA (Supporting The Go-Go's)

August 14, 1984 Mesa Amphitheater, Phoenix, AZ (Supporting The Go-Go's)

August 15, 1984 Caesar's Palace, Las Vegas, NV (Supporting The Go-Go's)

August 18, 1984 County Bowl, Santa Barbara, CA (Supporting Psychedelic Furs)

August 19, 1984 Irvine Meadows, Laguna Hills, CA (Supporting Psychedelic Furs, with The Untouchables)

August 20, 1984 Greek Theater, Los Angeles, CA (Supporting Psychedelic Furs, with The Untouchables)

August 22, 1984 Mesa Amphitheatre, Mesa, AZ (Supporting Psychedelic Furs)

September 11, 1984 Sunrise Theater, Miami, FL (cancelled, supporting A Flock Of Seagulls) September 12, 1984 Bayfront Center, St. Petersburg, FL (cancelled, supporting A Flock Of Seagulls) September 13, 1984 Bob Carr Auditorium, Orlando, FL (cancelled, supporting A Flock Of Seagulls) September 14, 1984 Fox Theater, Atlanta, GA (cancelled, supporting A Flock Of Seagulls) September 15, 1984 Florida Theater, Jackson, MI (cancelled, supporting A Flock Of Seagulls) September 17, 1984 County Hall, Charleston, NC (cancelled, supporting A Flock Of Seagulls) September 19, 1984 Chrysler Auditorium, Norfolk, VA (cancelled, supporting A Flock Of Seagulls) September 22, 1984 Tower Theater, Upper Darby, PA (cancelled, supporting A Flock Of Seagulls) September 22, 1984 Fort Lauderdale Beach, Fort Lauderdale, FL (Summers On The Beach) September 23, 1984 Stony Brook, NY (cancelled, supporting A Flock Of Seagulls) September 25, 1984 Civic Center, Poughkeepsie, NY (cancelled, supporting A Flock Of Seagulls) September 25, 1984 688 Club, Atlanta, GA (supported by Design)


September 26, 1984 Orpheum, Boston, MA [Cancelled gig. Rescheduled for 10/5/84.]

September 27, 1984 New York City, NY

September 28, 1984 Ritz, New York City, NY (Broadcast on 92.7 WLIR-FM radio)

September 29, 1984 Agora, Hartford, CT

September 30, 1984 9:30 Club, Washington, DC

October 1, 1984 Toad’s Place, New Haven, CT

October 3, 1984 Massey Hall, Toronto, ON

October 4, 1984 Discount Records, Cambridge, MA (in-store signing appearance)

October 4, 1984 Paradise Theater, Boston, MA (with The Dogmatics)

October 5, 1984 C.U Event Center, Boulder, CO (supporting Cyndi Lauper)

October 6, 1984 Agora Ballroom, West Hartford, CT (cancelled, supporting A Flock Of Seagulls)

October 7, 1984 Mohawk Park, Tulsa, OK (supporting Cyndi Lauper)

October 8, 1984 The Bowery, Oklahoma City, OK

October 10, 1984 Summit, Houston, TX (supporting Cyndi Lauper)

October 12, 1984 Michigan Theatre, ?, MI (cancelled, supporting A Flock Of Seagulls)

October 12, 1984 Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX (supporting Cyndi Lauper)

October 13, 1984 Frank Erwin Center, Austin, TX (supporting Cyndi Lauper)

October 16, 1984 Cabaret Metro, Chicago, IL

October 16, 1984 Club 950 Lucky Number, Chicago, IL

October 17, 1984 Clutch Cargo's, Saint Andrew's Hall, Detroit, MI

October 20, 1984 Stephen C. O'Connell Center, Gainesville, FL (supporting Cyndi Lauper)

October 20, 1984 Royal Blue, Gainesville, FL (after show)

October 21, 1984 Leon County Civic Center, Tallahassee, FL (supporting Cyndi Lauper)

October 23, 1984 Montclair State College, Montclair, NJ (cancelled, supporting A Flock Of Seagulls)

October 23-24, 1984 Sunrise Musical Theater, Fort Pierce, FL (supporting Cyndi Lauper)

October 26, 1984 Bayfront Center, St. Petersburg, FL (supporting Cyndi Lauper)

October 27, 1984 BCC Auditorium, Melbourne, FL (supporting Cyndi Lauper)

October 30, 1984 UNO Lakefront Arena, New Orleans, LA (supporting Cyndi Lauper)

October 31, 1984 Boutwell Auditorium, Birmingham, AL (supporting Cyndi Lauper)

November 2, 1984 Duke University Cameron Indoor Stadium, Durham, NC (supporting Cyndi Lauper)

November 4, 1984 Penn State University, University Park, PA (supporting Cyndi Lauper)

November 5, 1984 Fairmont State College, Fairmont, WV (supporting Cyndi Lauper)

November 7, 1984 After Sundown, Blacksburg, VA (with Love Tractor)

November 8, 1984 Millersville University, Millersville, PA (supporting Cyndi Lauper)

November 9, 1984 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY (supporting Cyndi Lauper)

November 10, 1984 SUNY Binghamton, Binghamton, NY (supporting Cyndi Lauper)

November 12, 1984 Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, ON (supporting Cyndi Lauper)

November 14, 1984 Colisee de Quebec, Quebec City, QC (supporting Cyndi Lauper)

November 16, 1984 Forum, Montreal, QC (supporting Cyndi Lauper)

November 17, 1984 Civic Center, Ottawa, ON (supporting Cyndi Lauper)

November 19, 1984 Radio City Music Hall, New York City, NY (supporting Psychedelic Furs)

November 21, 1984 Lehigh University Stabler Arena, Bethlehem, PA (cancelled appearance, supporting Cyndi Lauper. Replaced by The Del-Lords)

November 23, 1984 NBC Studios, New York City, NY (US TV "Late Night With David Letterman" performing "Hero Takes A Fall" & "Going Down To Liverpool")

November 23, 1984 Charlotte Coliseum, Charlotte, NC (supporting Cyndi Lauper)

November 24, 1984 Fox Theater, Atlanta, GA (supporting Cyndi Lauper)

November 25, 1984 University of Tennessee McKenzie Arena, Chattanooga, TN (supporting Cyndi Lauper)

November 27, 1984 Vanderbilt University Memorial Gymnasium, Nashville, TN (supporting Cyndi Lauper)

November 28, 1984 The Auditorium, Memphis, TN (supporting Cyndi Lauper)

December 1, 1984 Hampton Coliseum, Hampton, VA (supporting Cyndi Lauper. They also join Cyndi for an encore of "Girls Just Want To Have Fun")

December 2, 1984 Coliseum, Roanoke, VA (supporting Cyndi Lauper)

December 4, 1984 Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA (supporting Cyndi Lauper)

December 5, 1984 Louisville Gardens, Louisville, KY (supporting Cyndi Lauper)

December 7, 1984 Kemper Arena, Kansas City, MO (supporting Cyndi Lauper)

December 9, 1984 Roy Wilkins Auditorium, St. Paul, MN (supporting Cyndi Lauper. They also join Cyndi for an encore of "Girls Just Want To Have Fun")

December 15, 1984 Palace, Hollywood, CA (with The Long Ryders)

December 16, 1984 SDSU Montezuma Hall, San Diego, CA (with The Beat Farmers)

December 31, 1984 Ritz, New York City, NY (with David Johansen)

1985

January 5, 1985 Scorgie's, Rochester, NY

January 25, 1985 Paradise Theater, Boston, MA

February 11, 1985 Tyne Tees TV Studios, Newcastle, ENG (UK TV "The Tube" performing "Going Down To Liverpool")

February 12, 1985 Dingwalls, London, ENG

February 16, 1985 Melkweg, Amsterdam, NED

February 17, 1985 Onkel Pö's Carnegie Hall, Hamburg, GER

February 19, 1985 Les Bains Douches, Paris, FRA

February 20, 1985 Marquee, London, ENG (with Talking Drums)

March 10, 1985 Palace, Hollywood, CA ('Trouble In Paradise' benefit concert held to raise funds for the homeless, hosted by rock veterans including Brian Wilson, Jackson Browne, Christine McVie & Ray Manzarek. The Bangles perform "California Dreaming" and also backs Brian Wilson on a medley of Beach Boys classics and joins Brian & Jackson Browne on "Da Doo Ron Ron". Sue also teams with Molly Ringwald & Belinda Carlslie to perform "Midnight Confession")

March 16, 1985 Six Flags Magic Mountain, Valencia, CA

June 6, 1985 Tyne Tees TV Studios, Newcastle, ENG (UK TV "The Tube" performing "Hero Takes A Fall", "Going Down To Liverpool" & "Tell Me")

June 30, 1985 March of Dimes telethon, Los Angeles, CA (US TV "March of Dimes Telethon" performing "I Got Nothing")

November 3, 1985 University of California, Irvine, CA (with 5th Estate, Death Rooster & Susan Jennifer)

November 9, 1985 Beacon Theater, New York City, NY (CMJ Music Awards, Michael & Sue perform backing vocals, along with Peter Holsapple for R.E.M. on "(Don’t Go Back To) Rockville")

1986

February 1, 1986 Portsmouth Polytechnic Students Union, Portsmouth, ENG

February 2, 1986 Underground, Croydon, ENG

February 4, 1986 Bierkeller, Bristol, ENG

February 5, 1986 Wolverhampton Polytechnic, Wolverhampton, ENG

February 7, 1986 University of London Union, London, ENG (with Ring of Roses & Silent Movies)

February 8, 1986 University of Warwick, Coventry, ENG

February 10, 1986 The Loft, Berlin, GER

February 12, 1986 Hamburg, GER

February 15, 1986 Batschkapp, Frankfurt, GER

February 17, 1986 Copenhagen, DEN

February 20, 1986 Circus, Oslo, NOR

February 22, 1986 Utrecht, NED

February 23, 1986 Paard von Troje, The Hague, NED

February 24, 1986 Paradiso, Amsterdam, NED

February 25, 1986 Eldoraldo, Paris, FRA (with Vincent Palmer)

February 27, 1986 Zurich, SUI

March 1, 1986 University of Glasgow QM Union, Glasgow, SCOT

March 4, 1986 Powerhouse, Birmingham, ENG

March 7, 1986 Tyne Tees TV Studios, Newcastle, ENG (UK TV "The Tube" performing "Manic Monday" & "Let It Go")

March 23, 1986 Spectrum, Montreal, QC (with Hoodoo Gurus)

March 24, 1986 Carleton University, Ottawa, ON (with Hoodoo Gurus)

March 27, 1986 Orpheum Theater, Boston, MA (with Hoodoo Gurus)

March 28, 1986 Beacon Theater, New York City, NY (with Hoodoo Gurus)

March 29, 1986 Pennsylvania University Irvine Auditorium, Philadelphia, PA (with Hoodoo Gurus)

April 1, 1986 JB’s Theater, Albany, NY

April 4, 1986 Agora, West Hartford, CT (with Hoodoo Gurus)

April 5, 1986 Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster, PA (with Hoodoo Gurus)

April 6, 1986 University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT (with Hoodoo Gurus)

April 8, 1986 Warner Theater, Washington, DC (with Hoodoo Gurus)

April 9, 1986 Mosque Auditorium, Richmond, VA

April 11, 1986 Emory University, Atlanta, GA (with Hoodoo Gurus)

April 12, 1986 University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC (with Hoodoo Gurus)

April 13, 1986 Appalachian State University, Boone, NC (with Hoodoo Gurus)

April 15, 1986 Tennessee Performing Arts Center, Nashville, TN (with Hoodoo Gurus)

April 17, 1986 McAlister Auditorium, New Orleans, LA (with Hoodoo Gurus)

April 20, 1986 Southern Star Amphitheater, Houston, TX (with Hoodoo Gurus)

April 21, 1986 City Coliseum, Austin, TX (with Hoodoo Gurus)

April 26, 1986 Rose Bowl, Pasadena, CA (Cancelled. Part of anti-drugs abuse benefit gig ‘Concert That Counts’, featuring Madonna, The Beach Boys, Aretha Franklin and others. Originally intended to be played at the 70,000 capacity Memorial Colosseum, the concert is moved to the 15,000 Long Beach Arena before being cancelled entirely due to numerous performers dropping out)

May 1, 1986 Peony Park, Omaha, NE (with Hoodoo Gurus)

May 4, 1986 Riviera Theater, Chicago, IL (with Hoodoo Gurus. Michael McKean plays guitar on "Pushin’ Too Hard")

May 5, 1986 Augustana College, Rock Island, IL (with Hoodoo Gurus)

May 6, 1986 University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA (with Hoodoo Gurus)

May 8, 1986 Rainbow Music Hall, Denver, CO

May 10, 1986 Utah State Fairgrounds Coliseum, Salt Lake City, UT (with Hoodoo Gurus)

May 13, 1986 Civic Auditorium, Santa Cruz, CA (with Hoodoo Gurus)

May 14, 1986 Warfield Theater, San Francisco, CA (with Hoodoo Gurus. Prince joined them on "Manic Monday" & "Whole Lotta Shakin'")

May 15, 1986 Catch A Rising Star Cafe, New York City, NY

May 17, 1986 Greek Theater, Los Angeles, CA (with Hoodoo Gurus)

May 18, 1986 SDSU Montezuma Hall, San Diego, CA (with Hoodoo Gurus)

May 19, 1986 Arlington Theater, Santa Barbara, CA

May 21, 1986 Whiskey, West Hollywood, CA

May 23, 1986 Disneyland, Anaheim, CA (Disneyland's Summer Vacation Party performing "If She Knew What She Wants")

May 29, 1986 NBC Studios, New York City, NY (US TV "Late Night with David Letterman" singing "If She Knew What She Wants" backed by the late night band)

June 14, 1986 Nürburgring, Nürburg, GER (Rock am Ring 1986)

June 15, 1986 Olympiahalle, Munich, GER (Rock in Reim 1986)

June 17, 1986 Waldbühne, Berlin, GER (Rias 2 Festival)

June 21, 1986 National Bowl, Milton Keynes, ENG (with Simple Minds, The Cult, The Waterboys, Lloyd Cole & The Commotions & Doctors & The Medics)

June 27 or 28, 1986 St. Gallen, SUI (St. Gallen Open Air Festival, with INXS, Simply Red, Feargal Sharkey & Koinonia)

June 29, 1986 Den Haag, NED (Parkpop 1986)

Setlist: Walking Down Your Street/September Gurls/He’s Got A Secret/If She Knew What She Wants/Manic Monday/In A Different Light/Going Down To Liverpool/Angels Don’t Fall In Love/Hero Takes A Fall

Stage 1 Do-Re-Mi (AUS) I’ve Got The Bullets (NL) Ten Ten (USA) Frankie Miller Band (GB) Madness (GB) Dr.. & The Medics (GB)

Stage 2 Tröckener Kecks (EN) Kissing The Pink (GB) Gill Scott Heron & Amère Facade (USA) INXS (AUS) The Bangles (USA)

July 1, 1986 London, ENG (UK TV "Old Grey Whistle Test" performing "Walk Like An Egyptian")

July 3, 1986 Town & Country Club, London, ENG

July 5, 1986 Slane Castle, Slane, IRE (supporting Queen)

July 23, 1986 Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, OH (supporting Mr. Mister)

July 25, 1986 Merriweather Post Pavillion, Columbia, MD (supporting Mr. Mister)

July 26, 1986 Delaware State Fairgrounds, Harrington, DE (supporting Mr. Mister)

July 27, 1986 Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga, Springs, NY (supporting Mr. Mister)

July 28, 1986 La Ronde, Montreal, QC (supporting Mr. Mister)

July 29, 1986 Great Woods Amphitheater, Mansfield, MA (supporting Mr. Mister)

July 31, 1986 Allentown Fairgrounds, Allentown, PA (supporting Mr. Mister)

August 1, 1986 Wet Banana Entertainment Complex, Seaside Heights, NJ

August 2, 1986 Civic Center, Providence, RI (supporting Mr. Mister)

August 3, 1986 Jones Beach Music Center, Wantagh, NY (supporting Mr. Mister)

August 4, 1986 The Pier, New York City, NY (supporting Mr. Mister)

August 6, 1986 Garden State Arts Center, Holmdel, NJ (supporting Mr. Mister)

August 7, 1986 Mann Music Center, Philadelphia, PA (cancelled, supporting Mr. Mister)

August 8, 1986 Finger Lakes Performing Arts Center, Canandaigua, NY (supporting Mr. Mister)

August 9, 1986 Darien Lake Amusement Park, Darien, NY

August 10, 1986 Ohio State Fair, Columbus, OH

August 12, 1986 Westport Playhouse, St. Louis, MO (supporting Mr. Mister)

August 13, 1986 Kellogg Center Arena, Battle Creek, MI (supporting Mr. Mister)

August 14, 1986 Pine Knob Music Theater, Clarkston, MI (supporting Mr. Mister)

August 16, 1986 Grand Stand, Sedalia, MO (supporting Mr. Mister)

August 17, 1986 Illinois State Fairgrounds Grandstand, Springfield, IL (supporting Mr. Mister)

August 18, 1986 Indiana State Fairgrounds Grandstand, Indianapolis, IN (supporting Mr. Mister)

August 19, 1986 Poplar Creek, Hoffman Estates, IL (supporting Mr. Mister)

August 21, 1986 Civic Center, Pensacola, FL (Cancelled, supporting Mr. Mister)

August 22, 1986 Oak Mountain Amphitheater, Pelham, AL (supporting Mr. Mister)

August 23, 1986 Cardinal Stadium, Louisville, KY (supporting Mr. Mister)

August 24, 1986 Starwood Amphitheater, Nashville, TN (Cancelled appearance, supporting Mr. Mister. Replaced by The Moment)

August 26, 1986 Kingswood Theater, Vaughan, ON (supporting Mr. Mister)

August 27, 1986 Riverbend, Cincinnati, OH (supporting Mr. Mister)

August 28, 1986 Riverfront Amphitheater, Hannibal, MO (supporting Mr. Mister)

August 29, 1986 Six Flags over Mid-America, St. Louis, MO

August 30, 1986 Bob Devaney Sports Center, Lincoln, NE (supporting Mr. Mister)

August 31, 1986 Minnesota State Fairgrounds, St, Paul, MN (supported by E*I*E*I*O)

September 1, 1986 Red Rocks Amphitheater, Morrison, CO (supporting Mr. Mister)

September 3, 1986 BYU Marriott Center, Provo, UT

October 20, 1986 Palace, Hollywood, CA (Prince joined in to play tambourine on "Hero Takes A Fall". Wendy Melvoin of The Revolution joined in playing guitar on "Manic Monday")

October 23, 1986 Dedmon Center, Radford, VA (With General Public)

October 26, 1986 University of Delaware, Newark, DE (supported by E*I*E*I*O)

October 29, 1986 Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh, PA (Students Against MS Benefit. Filmed by MTV and broadcast on December 13th)

October 31, 1986 Gaillard Municipal Auditorium, Charleston, SC (Before the concert the band sign autographs for the students of Middleton High School after they won a promotional contest, sponsored by a local radio station)

November 1, 1986 North Cobb High School, Kennesaw, GA

November 5, 1986 University of Louisiana NLU Fant-Ewing Coliseum, Monroe, LA (supported by E*I*E*I*O)

November 8, 1986 Tarleton State University, Stephenville, TX (supported by E*I*E*I*O)

November 9, 1986 SMU McFarlin Amphitheater, Dallas, TX (supported by E*I*E*I*O)

November 13, 1986 Paramount Theater, Seattle, WA (supported by E*I*E*I*O)

November 14, 1986 Spokane Coliseum, Spokane, WA (supported by E*I*E*I*O)

November 15, 1986 Starry Night, Portland, OR (supported by E*I*E*I*O)

November 17, 1986 Hult Center, Eugene, OR (supported by E*I*E*I*O)

November 21, 1986 Fox TV, Los Angeles, CA (US TV "Late Show with Joan Rivers" performing "Walk Like An Egyptian" & "Manic Monday")

1987

February 6, 1987 Sanremo, ITY (Sanremo Music Festival, with Paul Simon, Duran Duran, Tom Robinson, Bob Geldof, Whitney Houston, The Smiths, Spandau Ballet, Style Council, Pet Shop Boys & others)

February 7, 1987 London, ENG (UK TV "Top of the Pops" performing "Walk Like An Egyptian" & "Walking Down Your Street")

February 10, 1987 Formel Eins, GER

April 11, 1987 Palace, Los Angeles, CA (Michael joins Crowded House onstage during their encore)

April 13, 1987 Ann Arbor, MI

April 21, 1987 The Colosseum, Hibbing, MN (with Hoodoo Gurus)

June 4, 1987 Audubon Zoo Park, New Orleans, LA (with Cutting Crew)

June 5, 1987 Southern Star Ampihtheatre, Houston, TX (with Cutting Crew)

June 6, 1987 Japanese Sunken Tea Gardens Theatre, San Antonio, TX (with Cutting Crew & Rank and File)

June 7, 1987 Six Flags Over Texas, Arlington, TX (with Cutting Crew)

June 10, 1987 Lloyd Noble Center: Norman, OK

June 12, 1987 Mud Island Amphitheater, Memphis, TN (with Hoodoo Gurus)

June 13, 1987 Starwood Amphitheater, Antioch, TN (with Hoodoo Gurus)

June 14, 1987 Six Flags Over Georgia, Atlanta, GA (with Hoodoo Gurus)

June 17, 1987 Great Woods Center for the Performing Arts, Mansfield, MA (with Hoodoo Gurus)

June 18, 1987 Pier 84, New York City, NY ("Miller Music on The Pier", supported by Hoodoo Gurus)

June 19, 1987 Jones Beach Marine Theater, Wantagh, NY (with Hoodoo Gurus)

June 20, 1987 Mann Music Center, Philadelphia, PA (with Hoodoo Gurus)

June 22, 1987 Patriot Center, Washington, DC (with Hoodoo Gurus)

June 24, 1987 Lakeside Amphitheater, Darien Center, NY (with Hoodoo Gurus)

June 25, 1987 Pine Knob Music Theater, Clarkston, MI (with Hoodoo Gurus)

June 26, 1987 Poplar Creek Music Theater, Hoffman Estates, IL (with Hoodoo Gurus & E*I*E*I*O)

June 27, 1987 Marcus Amphitheater, Milwaukee, WI (Summerfest)

June 30, 1987 Agua Caliente Race Track, Tijuana, MEX (with Oingo Boingo, The Fixx, Squeeze, The Hoodoo Gurus & Chris Isaak)

July 3, 1987 Greek Theater, Berkeley, CA (with Cutting Crew)

July 4, 1987 Pacific Amphitheater, Costa Mesa, CA (with The Untouchables)

July 5, 1987 Greek Theater, Los Angeles, CA (with Redd Kross)

July 6, 1987 Greek Theater, Los Angeles, CA (with Cutting Crew)

July 11, 1987 Neal S. Blaisdell Center, Honolulu, HI

July 28, 1987 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA (The band joins the Duran Duran onstage to sing "If She Knew What She Wants")

September 11, 1987 University Amphitheater, Universal City, CA (MTV Video Music Awards 1987 performing "Walk Like An Egyptian" & "Walking Down Your Street")

1988

[Note: Given the lack of venues or information about the gigs themselves, there is a strong probability that the summer dates from 7/23/88 to 8/30/88 were cancelled.]

7/23/88 – Cuyahoga Falls, OH

7/25/88 – Columbia

7/26/88 – Harrington

7/27/88 – Saratoga, NY

7/28/88 – Montreal, QC

7/29/88 – Mansfield

7/31/88 – Allentown, PA

8/1/88 – Jackson

8/2/88 – Providence, RI

8/3/88 – Long Island, NY

8/4/88 – New York City, NY

8/6/88 – Holmdel, NY

8/7/88 – Philadelphia, PA

8/8/88 – Canandaigua, NY

8/9/88 – Buffalo, NY

8/10/88 – Columbus, OH

8/13/88 – Battle Creek

8/14/88 – Clarkson

8/17/88 – Hoffman Estates

8/18/88 – Indianapolis, IN

8/19/88 – Springfield

8/22/88 – Birmingham, AL

8/23/88 – Louisville, KY

8/24/88 – Nashville, TN

8/27/88 – Cincinnati, OH

8/28/88 – Hannibal

8/29/88 – St. Louis, MO

8/30/88 – Lincoln

October 12, 1988 Numbers, Houston, TX

October 14, 1988 Texas Stadium, Dallas, TX (supporting George Michael)

October 18, 1988 Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, LA (supporting George Michael)

October 18, 1988 Keifer Lakefront Arena, New Orleans, LA (The band joins the Grateful Dead onstage to sing backing vocals on "Iko Iko")

October 20, 1988 Fulton County Stadium, Atlanta, GA (supporting George Michael)

October 23, 1988 Florida Citrus Bowl, Orlando, FL (supporting George Michael)

October 29, 1988 Orange Bowl, Miami, FL (supporting George Michael)

December 3, 1988 NBC Studios, New York City, NY (US TV "Saturday Night Live" performing "Hazy Shade of Winter" & "In Your Room")

1989

January 14, 1989 Universal Amphitheater, Los Angeles, CA ("Rock Response" benefit gig for AIDS research. Other acts included Lou Reed, KISS and Tom Jones. This concert was subsequently cancelled in favour of an all-star television special)

March 13, 1989 Holiday Inn Boardwalk, Daytona Beach, CA (MTV Spring Break)

March 15, 1989 Rider College, Lawrenceville, NJ (supported by House of Freaks)

March 16, 1989 Mid-Hudson Civic Center, Poughkeepsie, NY (supported by House of Freaks)

March 18, 1989 Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD (supported by House of Freaks)

March 19, 1989 Paramount Performing Arts Center, Springfield, MA (supported by House of Freaks)

March 21, 1989 Rhode Island College, Providence, RI (supported by House of Freaks)

March 23, 1989 Beacon Theater, New York City, NY (supported by House of Freaks)

March 24, 1989 Palladium, New York City, NY

March 25, 1989 Constitution Hall, Washington, DC (supported by House of Freaks)

March 27, 1989 Virginia Poly Tech, Blacksburg, VA (supported by House of Freaks)

March 29, 1989 Palace Theater, Albany, NY (supported by House of Freaks)

March 30, 1989 Stanley Center for the Performing Arts, Utica, NY

March 31, 1989 University of Rochester, Rochester, NY (supported by House of Freaks)

April 1, 1989 Lafayette College, Easton, PA (supported by House of Freaks)

April 3, 1989 Palace Theater, Cleveland, OH (supported by House of Freaks)

April 4, 1989 Fox Theater, Detroit, MI (supported by House of Freaks)

April 6, 1989 Holiday Star Theater, Merrilville, IN (supported by House of Freaks)

April 7, 1989 Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL (supported by House of Freaks)

April 8, 1989 Riverside Theater, Milwaukee, WI (supported by House of Freaks)

April 10, 1989 Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN (supported by House of Freaks)

April 11, 1989 Hilton Coliseum, Ames, IA (supported by House of Freaks)

April 12, 1989 South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD (supported by House of Freaks)

April 15, 1989 Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA (supported by House of Freaks)

April 16, 1989 Cal State Fullerton, Fullerton, CA (supported by House of Freaks)

April 17, 1989 Warfield, San Francisco, CA (supported by House of Freaks)

April 19, 1989 Civic Auditorium, Portland, OR (supported by House of Freaks)

April 20, 1989 Paramount Theater, Seattle, WA (supported by House of Freaks)

April 22, 1989 Hult Center, Eugene, OR

May 3, 1989 Guildhall, Portsmouth, ENG

May 4, 1989 De Montfort Hall, Leicester, ENG

May 5, 1989 Colston Hall, Bristol, ENG

May 6, 1989 Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool, ENG

May 8, 1989 Barrowlands, Glasgow, SCOT

May 9, 1989 Haicenda, Manchester, ENG (supported by Happy Mondays who cancelled)

May 10, 1989 City Hall, Sheffield, ENG

May 12, 1989 Hammersmith Odeon, London, ENG

May 16, 1989 Metropol, Berlin, GER

May 17, 1989 Congress Centrum Hamburg, Hamburg, GER

May 18, 1989 Capitol, Hanover, GER

May 20, 1989 Deutsches Museum, Munich, GER

May 22, 1989 Freidrich Ebert Halle, Ludwigshafen, GER

May 23, 1989 Stadthalle, Offenbach, GER

May 31, 1989 New York City, NY (1st International Rock Awards performing "Be With You" & "Eternal Flame")

July 4, 1989 Beach Blast Downtown, Newport News, VA (supported by The Embers, Slapwater & Coolin' Out)

July 8, 1989 James L. Knight Center, Miami, FL

July 9, 1989 Performing Arts Center, Tampa, FL

July 11, 1989 Oak Mountain Amphitheater, Pelham, AL

July 14, 1989 UNO Kiefer Lakefront Arena, New Orleans, LA

July 15, 1989 Sam Houston Tollway, Houston, TX (free show)

July 16, 1989 Six Flags Over Texas, Arlington, TX

July 18, 1989 Mud Island, Memphis, TN

July 19, 1989 Six Flags Over Georgia, Atlanta, GA (supported by Ivan Neville)

July 20, 1989 Southern Star Amphitheater, Atlanta, GA

July 22, 1989 Carowinds Paladium, Charlotte, NC

July 23, 1989 Kings Dominion, Doswell, VA

July 25, 1989 Merriweather Post Pavillion, Columbia, MD (supported by Christmas)

July 26, 1989 Dorney Park, Allentown, PA (supported by Christmas)

July 27, 1989 Grand Pavillion, Atlantic City, NJ

July 28, 1989 Darien Lake Amusement Park, Darien Center, NY (supported by Christmas)

July 29, 1989 Lake Compounce, Bristol, CT (supported by Christmas)

July 30, 1989 Empire Court, Syracruse, NY (supported by Christmas)

August 1, 1989 Bally's Grand Casino & Hotel, Atlantic City, NJ

August 3, 1989 Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY (supported by Strange Arrangement)

August 4, 1989 La Ronde Amusement Park, Montreal, QC

August 5, 1989 Kingston Concert Grounds, Kingston, NH (supported by Christmas & The Stompers)

August 5, 1989 Moscow, RUS ?

August 6, 1989 Moscow, RUS ?

August 7, 1989 Great Woods, Mansfield, MA (supported by John Eddie)

August 8, 1989 Melody Amphitheater, Pittsburgh, PA (supported by John Eddie)

August 10, 1989 Garden States Arts Center, Holmdel, NJ (supported by John Eddie)

August 11, 1989 Jones Beach, Wantagh, NY

August 15, 1989 Kingswood Music Theater, Vaughan, ON

August 17, 1989 Ohio State Fair, OH

August 18, 1989 Poplar Creek Music Theater, Chicago, IL (supported by Christmas)

August 19, 1989 MSU Campus, East Lansing, MI (Michigan Festival, supported by John Eddie)

August 20, 1989 Kings Island Amphitheater, Cincinnati, OH (supported by Christmas)

August 22, 1989 Pine Knob Music Theater, Clarkston, MI (supported by John Eddie)

August 23, 1989 Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, OH (supported by John Eddie))

August 25, 1989 Kemper Arena, Kansas City, MO (Benefit for The National Drug Free Council, supported by Christmas)

August 26, 1989 Six Flags Over Mid-America, St. Louis, MO (supported by John Eddie)

August 29, 1989 Greek Theatre, Hollywood, CA (supported by The Untouchables)

August 31, 1989 Pacific Amphitheatre, Costa Mesa, CA (supported by The Untouchables)

September 2, 1989 Great America Redwood Amphitheatre, Santa Clara, CA (supported by Christmas)

September 28, 1989 Brisbane, AUS (cancelled)

September 30, 1989 Entertainment Center, Sydney, AUS (cancelled)

2000

August 30, 2000 House of Blues Sunset Strip, Los Angeles, CA (Acoustic concert & interview, broadcast on the HOB website)

September 1, 2000 Spaceland Club, Hollywood, CA (secret warmup show, billed as Liquid Circus)

September 11, 2000 Viper Room, Los Angeles, CA (secret gig, billed as Violet Krumple)

September 13, 2000 4th & B Club, San Diego, CA

September 15, 2000 House of Blues, Las Vegas, NV

September 16, 2000 Majestic Ventura Theatre, Ventura, CA

September 17, 2000 Maritime Hall, San Francisco, CA

September 21-23, 2000 House of Blues Los Angeles, CA (Broadcast on the HOB website)

September 26-27, 2000 House of Blues, Chicago, IL

September 29, 2000 Avalon, Boston, MA

September 30, 2000 9:30 Club, Washington, DC

October 2, 2000 Irving Plaza, New York City, NY

November 30, 2000 Westin Bonaventure Hotel California Ballroom, Los Angeles, CA

December 7, 2000 Orpheum Theater, Boston, MA (Mix 98-5’s Mixmas Divas charity event, supported by Dido)

December 10, 2000 Los Angeles, CA (US TV "Dick Clark's Rockin' New Years Eve" performing "Hazy Shade of Winter", "Manic Monday", I'm Waitin' For The Man" & "Ride The Ride". Broadcast December 31st)

December 11, 2000 Roxy Theater, Los Angeles, CA (Gimme Shelter Benefit, supported by Remy Zero)

2001

January 24, 2001 Caravan Of Dreams, Fort Worth, TX

January 25, 2001 Houston Arena Theater, Houston, TX

April 6, 2001 Hollywood Palladium, CA (Rock for Choice Benefit, with Mia Doi Todd, Sarah MacLachlan, Melissa Etheridge, Paula Cole & (MC) Gillian Anderson)

June 21, 2001 Humphrey's Concerts by the Bay, San Diego, CA

June 22, 2001 Agua Caliente Casino, Rancho Mirage, CA

June 23, 2001 House of Blues, Anaheim, CA

July 3, 2001 San Jose, CA (Concert for the Homeless)

September 5, 2001 London, ENG (UK TV "Open House with Gloria Hunniford")

September 5, 2001 London, ENG (UK TV "Top of the Pops" performing "Manic Monday" & "I'm Waitin' For The Man". Broadcast September 19th)

September 6, 2001 02 Shepherd's Bush Empire, London, ENG

September 13, 2001 Newport Beach, CA (Taste of Newport festival, postponed until October 6th, due to the 9/11 attacks)

September 29, 2001 Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, NV

October 6, 2001 Newport Beach, CA (Taste of Newport festival, rescheduled from September 13th)

October 25, 2001 Xanadu Theater, Atlantic City, NJ (Concert is for the winner of the AOL/Kodak 'My Town' photography contest)

December 31, 2001 Las Vegas, NV (Fremont Street Experience)

2002

April 21, 2002 Los Angeles, CA (American Bandstand's '50th A Celebration!'. Michael, Sue & Debbi take part in an all-star jam to honour the 50th anniversary of Dick Clark’s American Bandstand)

August 2, 2002 Disney's California Adventure, Anaheim, CA

August 6, 2002 Foxwoods Resort and Casino, Ledyard, CT

August 8, 2002 Playland Park, Rye, NY

August 9, 2002 Bryant Park, New York City, NY (US TV "Good Morning America" performing "September Gurls" (not aired), "Manic Monday" (not aired), "Hazy Shade of Winter", "Tear Off Your Own Head" & "Walk Like An Egyptian")

August 16, 2002 The Cove at Cal Expo, Sacramento, CA

December 14, 2002 Los Angeles, CA ('Not So Silent Night', benefit concert for Star 98.7, with Counting Crows, Norah Jones, Sixpence None The Richer, Moby & the B-52s)

2003

January 22, 2003 Namba Hatch, Osaka, JPN (Cancelled)

January 23, 2003 Club Quattro, Hiroshima, JPN (Cancelled)

January 25, 2003 Club Quattro, Nagoya, JPN (Cancelled)

January 27-28, 2003 Shibuya A7X, Tokyo, JPN (Cancelled)

January 29, 2003 Club Citta, Kawasaki, JPN (Cancelled)

February 22, 2003 Berlin, GER (GERMAN TV "Wetten Das" lip syncing a medley)

March 19, 2003 University of Manchester, Manchester, ENG

March 20, 2003 Shepher's Bush Empire, London, ENG

March 23, 2003 University of East Anglia, Norwich, ENG (Cancelled)

March 29, 2003 Melkweg, Amsterdam, NED (Postponed until April 14th)

April 4, 2003 Rockefeller, Oslo, NOR

April 5, 2003 Vega, Copenhagen, DEN

April 6, 2003 Grosse Freiheit 36, Hamburg, GER

April 8, 2003 Klein Columbia-Halle, Berlin, GER

April 10, 2003 E-Werk, Koln, GER

April 12, 2003 Elserhalle, Munich, GER

April 13, 2003 Hughnottenhalle, Neu-Isenburg, GER

April 14, 2003 Melkweg, Amsterdam, NED (Rescheduled from March 29th)

April 15, 2003 Elysee Montmartre, Paris, FRA

May 21, 2003 Club Quartro, Shibuya, JPN

May 22-23, 2003 Shibuya A7X, Tokyo, JPN

May 25, 2003 Club Quattro, Nagoya, JPN

May 26, 2003 Club Quattro, Osaka, JPN

May 27, 2003 Club Quattro, Hiroshima, JPN (Cancelled)

July 16, 2003 Wente Vineyards, Livermore, CA (Cancelled)

July 17, 2003 Orange County Fairgrounds, Costa Mesa, CA (2 shows)

July 18, 2003 Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, NV

July 19, 2003 Celebrity Theater, Phoenix, AZ

August 8, 2003 House Of Blues, Sunset Strip, CA

August 9, 2003 Lake Mission Viejo, CA

August 30, 2003 Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, CA (A La Carte, A La Park)

September 19, 2003 Los Angeles, CA (US TV "Tonight Show with Jay Leno" performing "Something That You Said")

September 22, 2003 Los Angeles, CA (US TV "Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn" performing "Something That You Said")

September 23, 2003 Tower Records West Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA (In-Store appearance to promote their new CD "Doll Revolution")

September 24, 2003 Borders Bookstore, San Francisco, CA (In-Store appearance to promote their new CD "Doll Revolution")

September 25, 2003 Cool River Cafe, Denver, CO

October 1, 2003 WXLO Radio, Boston, NH (Acoustic set)

October 4, 2003 Used Book Cafe, New York City, NY (cancelled)

October 10, 2003 Kelly Lounge, Bakersfield, CA (Secret performance presented by KLLY 95.3)

October 15, 2003 Southern Californian Fair, Perris, CA

October 16, 2003 Performing Arts Center, Lancaster, CA

October 17, 2003 Canyon Club, Agora Hills, CA

November 17, 2003 Hard Rock Cafe, Pittsburgh, PA (acoustic set)

November 19, 2003 Comedy Club, Dayton, OH (Private acoustic performance sponsored by Mix 107.7)

November 20, 2003 Q100, Cleveland, OH (acoustic set)

December 4, 2003 San Diego, CA (Star 100.7 Jingle Ball, with Counting Crows, Jewel, Melissa Etheridge, Donna Summer & others)

December 11, 2003 Dallas, TX (Holiday at the Hard Rock, Mix 102.9’s annual charity concert. An acoustic set without Michael)

December 12, 2003 Memphis, TN (Gibson Beale Street Showcase, Christmas in the 80s gig with Colin Hay and the Romantics. An acoustic set without Michael)

December 15, 2003 House of Blues, Los Angeles, CA (Fundraiser for Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean. Other performers include the Folksmen (including Harry Shearer) & Big Bad Voodoo Daddy)

December 31, 2003 Los Angeles, CA (Cancelled, 'Legends of Los Angeles Pop')

2004

January 2, 2004 House of Blues, Las Vegas, NV

January 3, 2004 House of Blues, Anaheim, CA

January 10, 2004 CES, Las Vegas, NV (Acoustic set, performing "Manic Monday", "Stealing Rosemary", "September Gurls" & "Walk Like An Egyptian". Michael's final gig with The Bangles)

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