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1970:

January 3, 1970 Marquee, London, ENG (supporting Sam Gopal)

January 7, 1970 City Hall, Hull, ENG

January 13, 1970 Henry's Blues House, Birmingham, ENG (supported by Climax Chicago, Duster Bennett, and Graham Bond)

January 20, 1970 Gretna Hall Tavern, Carlisle, ENG

January 21, 1970 Loreburn Hall, Dumfries, SCOT

January 24, 1970 Polesworth Memorial Hall, Tamworth, ENG (supported by The Dave Harris Disc-K-Tek Show)

February 5, 1970 Sophia Gardens Pavilion, Cardiff, WAL (Cardiff Arts Center Project, with Pink Floyd, Quintessence, Daddy Longlegs, Gary Farr, Heaven, Tea & Symphony, and Ron Geesin)

February 6, 1970 Mothers, Birmingham, ENG (supported by John Peel)

February 10, 1970 Banklands Youth Club, Workington, ENG

February 13, 1970 Workington College of Further Education, Workington, ENG (Valentine's Dance, supported by Confucius)

February 16, 1970 New Friarage Hall, Aylesbury, ENG (supported by Farm)

February 21, 1970 Temple Club, London, ENG (supported by Titus Groan)

March 4, 1970 Berlin Concert House, Berlin, GER

Black Sabbath Tour:

March 8, 1970 Wilton Hall, Milton Keynes, ENG (supported by Writing On the Wall)

March 9, 1970 Roundhouse, London, ENG (Atomic Sunrise Festival, with Quintessence and Gypsy)

March 11, 1970 Mother's Club, Birmingham, ENG

March 13, 1970 Marquee, London, ENG

March 14, 1970 Manchester University, Manchester, ENG (supported by Stack Waddy)

March 15, 1970 St. George's Hall, Bradford, ENG (supporting Blodwyn Pig)

March 16, 1970 Marquee, London, ENG (supported by Grisby Dyke & Straight Lace)

March 18, 1970 The Cosmo, London, ENG (Oxfam Dance, supporting Andromeda)

March 19, 1970 Hounds, London, ENG

March 22, 1970 Nottingham Boat Club, Nottingham, ENG

March 25, 1970 Mother's Club, Birmingham, ENG (supported by Grisby Dyke & Straight Lace)

March 28, 1970 Temple Club, London, ENG (supported by Gypsy and Sour Milk Sea)

March 29, 1970 Victoria Park, London, ENG (Free Easter Festival, with John Lennon & Yoko Ono, Amazing Grace, Agula, Curved Air, J.J. Jackson's Dilemma, Alan Rushton, The Scratch Orchestra, Shy Limbs, The Spontaneous Music Ensemble, The Sunflower Brass Band, Liverpool Scene, Toe Fat, and The Crazy World of Arthur Brown)

March 30, 1970 Ernst Merck Halle, Hamburg, GER (Hamburger Pop & Blues Festival, with Alexis Korner, Amon Duul II, Chicken Shack, Day of Phoenix, East of Eden, Flaming Youth, Frumpy, The Greatest Show On Earth, Hardin & York, Killing Floor, Man, Marsupilami, Renaissance, Sphinx Tush, Steamhammer, The Groundhogs, The Nice, Tomorrow's Gift, and Warm Dust)

March 31, 1970 Banklands Youth Club, Workington, ENG

April 3, 1970 Star Hotel, Croydon, ENG (supported by White Lightning)

April 5, 1970 Lyceum, London, ENG (supporting Steamhammer, with Gin House, Flare, and Anne Nightingale)

April 8, 1970 Mothers, Birmingham, ENG (cancelled)

April 9, 1970 Mayfair Ballroom, Newcastle, ENG (supporting Taste, with Dogg)

April 10, 1970 King's Hall, Stoke, ENG (supported by Juicy Lucy)

April 11, 1970 Toft's, Folkestone, ENG

April 12, 1970 Groovesville Wake Arms, Epping, ENG

April 16, 1970 Empire Rooms, London, ENG (Kilburn Polytechnic SU Charity Week Dance, supported by Hardin & York and Van Der Graaf Generator)

April 17, 1970 Van Dike Club, Plymouth, ENG

April 18, 1970 Pied Bull, London, ENG

April 19, 1970 Civic Theater, Darlington, ENG

April 20, 1970 Pied Bull, London, ENG

April 21, 1970 Town Hall, Birmingham, ENG (supported by The Egg)

April 22, 1970 Odeon, Watford, ENG (supported by Caravan)

April 23, 1970 Mayfair Ballroom, Newcastle, ENG (supported by Taste)

April 24, 1970 Starlight Ballroom, Crawley, ENG

April 25, 1970 Grugahalle, Essen, GER (International Essen Blues & Pop Festival, with Burnin Red Ivanhoe, The Edgar Broughton Band, Ekseption, Hardin & York, It's a Beautiful Day, Johnny Winter, The Keef Hartley Band, Kraftwerk, Krokodil, Little Free Rock, Marsha Hunt, Missus Beastly, Organisation, The Oscar Benton Blues Band, Renaissance, Rhinoceros, Taj Mahal, Ten Wheel Drive, The Flock, The Greatest Show on Earth, The Groundhogs, The Third Ear Band, Xhol Caravan)

April 26, 1970 Royal Albert Hall, London, ENG (cancelled)

April 27, 1970 Montreux Casino, Montreux, SUI (Galas de la Rose d'Or, with Antoine, Jeannie Bennett, Nimo Ferrer, Flirtation, R.B. Greaves, Half-a-Crown, Kathy Kovacs, Ashton Gardner & Dyke, and The New York Rock & Roll Ensemble)

April 29, 1970 Electric Circus, Lausanne, SUI

May 2, 1970 Hellfire Cavern, High Wycombe, ENG

May 3, 1970 The Castle, Richmond, ENG (cancelled)

May 3, 1970 Angel, Godalming, ENG

May 7, 1970 Top Spot, Scarborough, ENG

May 8, 1970 IL Rondo, Leicester, ENG

May 9, 1970 Bradford University, Bradford, ENG

May 10, 1970 Redcar Jazz Club, Redcar, ENG

May 13, 1970 Hatherton Hall, Walsall, ENG (supported by Slam Hammer)

May 14, 1970 Marquee, London, ENG (supported by Bakerloo)

May 15, 1970 Eel Pie Island Hotel, Twickenham, ENG (supported by Tiny Clanger)

May 16, 1970 Alexis Disco, Salisbury, ENG

May 17, 1970 Jephson Gardens Pavilion, Leamington Spa, ENG (supported by Galliard)

May 18, 1970 King's Head Blues Club, London, ENG (supported by Ipsissimus)

May 19, 1970 Assembly Rooms, Surbiton, ENG

May 20, 1970 Judges Hall, Tonypandy, WAL (unconfirmed)

May 21, 1970 Ritz, Bournemouth, ENG

May 22, 1970 Blackwood Institute, Glamorgan, WAL (cancelled?)

May 23, 1970 Plumpton Racecourse, Lewes, ENG (A Bank Holiday Festival, with Audience, Black Widow, Chicken Shack, Christine Perfect, Fairfield Parlour, Ginger Baker's Air Force, Gra, Hard Meat, Jan Dukes de Grey, Judas Jump, Julie Driscoll, King Crimson, May Blitz, Richie Havens, Roy Harper, Savoy Brown, The Gun, The Keith Tippett Group, Van der Graaf Generator, and Warm Dust)

May 24, 1970 Torch Club, Stoke-On-Trent, ENG

May 28, 1970 McIllroy's Ballroom, Swindon, ENG

May 29, 1970 Corn Exchange, Cambridge, ENG

May 30, 1970 Winter Gardens, Malvern, ENG (supported by Sidewinder)

May 31, 1970 Winter Gardens, Cleethorpes, ENG

June 2, 1970 Olympia, London, ENG (Extravaganza '70, supporting Wild Angels)

June 5, 1970 Green's Playhouse, Glasgow, SCOT (supported by Family and Chicken Shack)

June 6, 1970 Usher Hall, Edinburgh, SCOT (supported by Family and Chicken Shack)

June 7, 1970 Groovesville Wake Arms, Epping, ENG (supported by Family and Chicken Shack)

June 8, 1970 Music Hall, Aberdeen, SCOT (supported by Family and Chicken Shack)

June 10, 1970 Fox on the Hill, London, ENG (supported by D.J. Bob Stevens)

June 12, 1970 Lancaster University, Lancaster, ENG

June 13, 1970 Winter Gardens Pavilion, Weston-super-Mare, ENG (supported by Brass Syndrome, The Lizard Sounds Discotheque with D.J. Paul, The Mike Slocombe Combo, and Kaleidoscope Lightshow)

June 14, 1970 The Greyhound, London, ENG (supported by D.J. Bob Stevens)

June 15, 1970 Churchill College, Cambridge, ENG

June 20, 1970 Frankfurt Cycling Stadium, Frankfurt, GER (Open Air Rock Circus, with Ashton Gardner & Dyke, Badfinger, Bo Diddley, Chicken Shack, Chuck Berry, Deep Purple, The Edgar Broughton Band, Family, Heavy Jelly, Jackie Lomax, Little Free Rock, Nosferatu, Screaming Lord Sutch, Steamhammer, and The Byrds)

June 21, 1970 Klein Flottbek Derby Square, Hamburg, GER (Big Gig Open Air Festival, with Colosseum, East of Eden, Family, Gentle Giant, Humble Pie, Keith Emerson, Mungo Jerry, Rare Bird, and Uriah Heep)

June 22, 1970 Essen, GER

June 25, 1970 Domed Hall, Hanover, GER (supported by Magic and Life & Groups)

June 26, 1970 Free University Main Auditorium, Berlin, GER (supported by Frumpy and Hairy Chapter)

June 27, 1970 Beat Club, Langelsheim, GER

June 28, 1970 Saint Roche Park, Ciney, BEL

July 1, 1970 Marquay Club, Torquay, ENG (supported by Adolphus Rebirth and Blue Blood)

July 4, 1970 Dreamland Ballroom, Margate, ENG

July 5, 1970 East Sea Hall, Kiel, GER (Progressive Pop Festival, with Hardin & York, The Groundhogs, Frumpy, Sphinx, Tush, Tomorrow's Gift, and Beautique In Corporation)

July 8, 1970 Marquee, London, ENG (supported by Harry The Horse)

July 10, 1970 Eissportstadion, Munich, GER (Euro Pop '70 A-Z Musik Festival, with Amon Duul II, Atomic Rooster, Black Widow, Brinsley Schwarz, Bronco, Deep Purple, East of Eden, The Edgar Broughton Band, Free, Golden Earring, Hard Meat, Jody Grind, Juicy Lucy, Mighty Baby, Out of Focus, Savoy Brown, Status Quo, Steamhammer, Taste, Traffic, and Van Der Graaf Generator)

July 11, 1970 Lincolnshire Showground, Lincoln, ENG (Baston Festival)

July 16-19, 1970 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA (Postponed)

July 17, 1970 Lyceum, London, ENG (Klooks At the Lyceum, with Yes, Uriah Heep, Clark Hutchinston, Big Lil, DJ Andy Dunkley, and First Light Show)

July 18, 1970 Civic Hall, Dunstable, ENG

July 21-24, 1970 Whiskey a Go-Go, Los Angeles, CA (Postponed)

July 25, 1970 Olympic Theater, Los Angeles, CA (Postponed)

July 25, 1970 Rhodes Center, Bishop's Stortford, ENG

July 27-30, 1970 Beavers, Chicago, IL (Postponed)

July 29, 1970 Town Hall, Torquay, ENG

July 31-August 2, 1970 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (Postponed)

August 8, 1970 Plumpton Racecourse, Lewes, ENG (National Jazz & Blues Festival, with Audience, Brian Davison's Every Which Way, Burnin Red Ivanhoe, Caravan, Cat Stevens, Chris Barber, Clark-Hutchinson, The Climax Blues Band, Colosseum, Dada, Daddy Longlegs, Deep Purple, East of Eden, Family, Fat Mattress, Fotheringay, Granny's Intentions, Hard Meat, Hardin & York, Jackson Heights, Juicy Lucy, The Keef Hartley Band, Made in Sweden, Magna Carta, Patto, Peter Green, Quatermass, Rare Bird, Steamhammer, The Strawbs, Taste, The Groundhogs, The Incredible String Band, Turley Richards, Van Der Graaf Generator, The Wild Angels, Wishbone Ash, and Yes)

August 12, 1970 Fantasio Club, Dortmund, GER

August 21, 1970 Beguinage, Bilzen, BEL (Jazz-Bilzen, with Amazing Mistery, Annie Ross, Arthur Conley, The Babs Robert Quintet, Badfinger, Bismark, Burning Plague, Cat Stevens, Dizzy Gillespie, Djengis Khan, Doctor Down Trip, Eddie Boyd, Etienne Verschueren, Freddie Hubbard, Guy Mortier, Jan Ptaszyn Wroblewski, The Johnny Dover Big Band, Kate's Kennel Kate, Kevin Ayers, Kleptomania, May Blitz, Pierre Favre, Rare Bird, Screaming Lord Sutch, Stu Martin, The Dream, The Humblebums, The Kinks, The Wild Angels, and Willy Rogg)

August 22, 1970 Betuws Spectacle, Beusichem, NED (Betuwse Popfestival, with Golden Earring, The Wild Angels, Arthur Brown & The Gass, The Kinks, Cat Stevens, The Dream, May Blitz (cancelled), and Bismarck (cancelled))

August 25, 1970 Studio X, Bielefeld, GER

August 30, 1970 Casino De Montreux, Montreux, SUI (Cancelled until the next day, with Taste)

August 31, 1970 Casino De Montreux, Montreux, SUI (Rescheduled from the previous day with Taste & Cactus. The Doors cancelled)

Paranoid Tour:

September 11, 1970 Brangwyn Hall, Swansea, WAL

September 12, 1970 SPA Royal Hall, Bridlington, ENG (cancelled)

September 13, 1970 The Greyhound, London, ENG (supported by Stevens)

September 14, 1970 King's Head, London, ENG

September 15, 1970 Marquee, London, ENG (supported by The Dog That Bit People)

September 18, 1970 Sisters Club, London, ENG (cancelled)

September 20, 1970 L'Olympia, Paris, FRA (supported by Manfred Mann Chapter III)

September 22, 1970 Basel, SUI (supported by Manfred Mann Chapter III)

September 23, 1970 Zurich, SUI (supported by Manfred Mann Chapter III)

September 24, 1970 Lausanne, SUI (supported by Manfred Mann Chapter III)

September 25, 1970 Paradiso, Amsterdam, NED (supported by Manfred Mann Chapter III)

September 26, 1970 Ahoy, Rotterdam, NED (supported by Manfred Mann Chapter III)

September 27, 1970 The Hague, NED (supported by Manfred Mann Chapter III)

September 30, 1970 Prince's Park, Southport, ENG (supported by Manfred Mann Chapter III)

October 1, 1970 Antwerp, BEL (supported by Manfred Mann Chapter III)

October 2, 1970 't Kuipke, Ghent, BEL (supported by Manfred Mann Chapter III)

October 3-4, 1970 Theater 140, Brussels, BEL (supported by Manfred Mann Chapter III)

October 8, 1970 Hjoerring Gymnasium, Hjoerring, DEN (cancelled)

October 9, 1970 Dronningborg Hall, Randers, DEN (cancelled)

October 10, 1970 House of Culture, Helsinki, FIN (cancelled)

October 13, 1970 Marquee, London, ENG (cancelled)

October 16, 1970 Mayfair Ballroom, Birmingham, ENG (The 1st Midland All-Night Head Rock Explosion, with Trapeze, Galliard, Rock Rebellion, and Rockin' Chair)

October 17, 1970 Queen Mary College, London, ENG (supported by Principal Edward's Magical Theater Farrm and Manfred Mann Chapter III)

October 18, 1970 King's Head Blues Club, London, ENG (supported by Kripple Vision)

October 20, 1970 South Parade Pier, Portsmouth, ENG

October 23, 1970 Mayfair Ballroom, Newcastle, ENG (supported by Manfred Mann Chapter III and Audience)

October 24, 1970 Newark Showground, Newark, ENG (cancelled appearance, due to an injury to Tony Iommi)

October 25, 1970 Pavilion Theater, Bournemouth, ENG

October 26, 1970 Royal Festival Hall, London, ENG (supporting Emerson, Lake, & Palmer, with Freedom. Drummer Bobby Harrison of Procol Harum joined for "Freedom")

October 30, 1970 Rowan University Esbjornson Gymnasium, Glassboro, NJ (supported by Haystacks Balboa)

October 31, 1970 The Patio, Coral Gables, FL (supporting Canned Heat)

November 1, 1970 Ungano's Ritz Theater, New York City, NY

November 2, 1970 Club X, Rochester, NY (supported by Cactus)

November 4, 1970 Haybarn Theater, Plainfield, VT (cancelled due to severe and unexpected snowstorms stranding the band in Rochester)

November 7, 1970 University of Maine, Portland, ME (supported by Badfinger and Mungo Jerry)

November 9, 1970 Ohio Theater, Columbus, OH (supporting Jethro Tull)

November 10, 1970 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (2 shows. Supporting The Faces, with The Pig Light Show and If)

November 11-15, 1970 Whisky-A-Go-Go, West Hollywood, CA (2 shows each night, supporting Alice Cooper (on 11th), with Ashton Gardner and Dyke & The Glass Family)

November 19-22, 1970 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA (2 shows each night, supporting Love & The James Gang, with Sugarloaf)

November 25-26, 1970 Eastown Theater, Detroit, MI (supporting Savoy Brown, with Quatermass)

November 27, 1970 Sunshine Inn, Asbury Park, NJ (supported by Cactus & Steel Mill)

November 28, 1970 Century's Paramus Theater, Paramus, NJ

December 5, 1970 Liverpool Stadium, Liverpool, ENG (supported by Yes, East of Eden, & Stray)

December 12, 1970 KB Hall, Copenhagen, DEN (supported by Daisy)

December 13, 1970 Amsterdam Concert Hall, Amsterdam, NED

December 14, 1970 Mercator Hall, Duisburg, GER

December 18, 1970 Pan-South Sports Hall, Wanne-Eickel, GER

December 19-20, 1970 L'Olympia, Paris, FRA (supported by Freedom)

1971

January 7, 1971 City Hall, Hull, England (supported by Freedom and Curved Air (who cancelled))

January 8, 1971 Town Hall, Birmingham, England (supported by Freedom and Curved Air)

January 9, 1971 Colston Hall, Bristol, England (supported by Freedom and Curved Air)

January 11, 1971 Guildhall, Southampton, England (supported by Freedom and Curved Air)

January 14, 1971 Oval Hall, Sheffield, England (supported by Freedom and Curved Air)

January 15, 1971 Empire Theater, Edinburgh, Scotland (supported by Freedom and Curved Air)

January 16, 1971 Music Hall, Aberdeen, Scotland (supported by Freedom and Curved Air)

January 18, 1971 City Hall, Newcastle, England (supported by Freedom and Curved Air)

January 19, 1971 Albert Hall, Nottingham, England (supported by Freedom and Curved Air)

January 20, 1971 Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England (supported by Freedom and Curved Air)

January 23, 1971 Leeds University, Leeds, England (supported by Freedom and Curved Air)

January 29, 1971 Wellington, New Zealand (cancelled)

January 31, 1971 Myponga Festival Site, Myponga, Australia (Myponga Pop Festival, with Billy Thorpe & The Aztecs, Bla, Chain, Company Caine, The Coney Island Jug Band, Daddy Cool, Desiderata, Fanny Adams, Fraternity, Hippo, John Graham & Margaret RoadKnight, The Sons of the Vegetal Mother, Spectrum, Steve Foster & Blackfire, Storyville, Sunshine, Uncle Jack, and War Machine)

February 6, 1971 De Doelen, Rotterdam, Netherlands

February 17, 1971 Sunshine Inn, Asbury Park, NJ (supported by Sun Mash, Dirt Road, and Phoenix)

February 18, 1971 Union Catholic High School, Scotch Plains, NJ (supported by Everyman)

February 19-20, 1971 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (2 shows 8.00 & 11.30, supported by The J. Geils Band & Sir Lord Baltimore)

February 22, 1971 Seattle Center Coliseum, Seattle, WA (supporting Mountain)

February 23-24, 1971 Inglewood Forum, Inglewood, CA (supporting Grand Funk Railroad, with Ten Years After)

February 25, 1971 Reno, NV

February 26, 1971 Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, UT (supporting Mountain)

February 27, 1971 Denver Coliseum, Denver, CO (supporting Mountain)

February 28, 1971 Centennial Concert Hall, Winnipeg, MB (supported by Salt)

March 1, 1971 Overton Park Shell, Memphis, TN

March 2, 1971 Carmichael Auditorium, Chapel Hill, NC (supporting Fleetwood Mac)

March 4, 1971 Bayfront Center, St. Petersburg, FL (supporting Fleetwood Mac)

March 5, 1971 Orlando Sports Stadium, Orlando, FL (supporting Fleetwood Mac)

March 6, 1971 Pirates World, Dania, FL (supporting Fleetwood Mac)

March 7, 1971 Painters Mill Music Fair, Owings Mills, MD (supporting Fleetwood Mac)

March 8, 1971 Virginia Beach Dome, Virginia Beach, VA (supported by Sir Lord Baltimore)

March 9, 1971 Century's Paramus Theatre, Paramus, NJ (2 shows 6.30 & 9.00, supported by Spider)

March 11, 1971 William & Mary College Blow Gym, Williamsburg, VA (supported by Sir Lord Baltimore)

March 12-13, 1971 Fox Theater, Hackensack, NJ (cancelled)

March 12-13, 1971 Eastown Theatre, Detroit, MI (supporting Fleetwood Mac, with Sir Lord Baltimore)

March 15, 1971 Pabst Theater, Milwaukee, WI (supported by Sir Lord Baltimore)

March 16, 1971 Kansas City Memorial Hall, Kansas City, MO (supported by The J. Geils Band)

March 17, 1971 Fillmore Market, Toronto, ON

March 19, 1971 Public Auditorium, Cleveland, OH (cancelled)

March 21, 1971 The Annex, St. Louis, MO

March 24, 1971 Music Hall, Oklahoma City, OK (supporting Mountain)

March 25, 1971 Henry Levitt Arena, Wichita, KS (supporting Mountain)

March 26, 1971 Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, TX

March 27, 1971 Warehouse, New Orleans, LA (supported by Seatrain and Melting Pot)

March 28, 1971 Municipal Auditorium, San Antonio, TX (supporting Mountain)

March 29, 1971 Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX (supporting Mountain)

March 30, 1971 Rock Pile, Hempstead, NY (supported by Sir Lord Baltimore and Dust)

March 31, 1971 Onondaga War Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse, NY (2 shows, supporting Mountain)

April 1, 1971 War Memorial Auditorium, Rochester, NY (supporting Mountain)

April 2, 1971 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supporting Mountain, with Humble Pie)

April 4, 1971 Alexandria Roller Rink, Alexandria, VA (supported by Humble Pie)

April 14, 1971 KB Hall, Copenhagen, Denmark (supported by Jonathan Swift)

April 15, 1971 Fyns Forum, Odense, Denmark (supported by Jonathan Swift)

April 16, 1971 Vejilby Risskov Hall, Aarhus, Denmark (supported by Jonathan Swift)

April 17, 1971 Holstebro Hall, Holstebro, Denmark (supported by Jonathan Swift)

April 18, 1971 Falkoner Theater, Copenhagen, Denmark (supported by Jonathan Swift)

April 20, 1971 Concert Hall, Stockholm, Sweden (supported by Jonathan Swift)

April 21, 1971 Concert Hall, Gothenburg, Sweden (supported by Jonathan Swift)

April 22, 1971 Njaard Hall, Oslo, Norway (supported by Jonathan Swift and Salen)

April 23, 1971 Konsertpaleet, Bergen, Norway (supported by Jonathan Swift)

April 24, 1971 Sandnes Pier, Sandnes, Norway (supported by Jonathan Swift)

April 26, 1971 Royal Albert Hall, London, England (supported by Jonathan Swift)

Master of Reality Tour:

July 1, 1971 St. Paul Auditorium, St. Paul, MN (supported by Bloodrock)

July 2, 1971 Public Auditorium, Cleveland, OH (supported by Brewer & Shipley and Sweathog)

July 4, 1971 Michigan State Fairgrounds, Detroit, MI (Outdoor Rock Fest, with The Amboy Dukes, The Seigal-Schwall Band, Alex Taylor, Brownsville Station, The Blues Project, The J. Geils Band, and Savage Grace)

July 7, 1971 Municipal Auditorium, Atlanta, GA

July 10, 1971 Curtis Hixon Convention Hall, Tampa, FL

July 11, 1971 Boutwell Auditorium, Birmingham, AL

July 14, 1971 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supported by King Crimson)

July 15, 1971 Howard Stein's Capitol Theater, Rye, NY (2 shows, supported by Yes and Humble Pie)

July 16, 1971 Eastown Theater, Detroit, MI (cancelled)

July 17, 1971 Hampton Beach Casino, Hampton, NH

July 18, 1971 Borough Of York Stadium, Toronto, ON ('Beggar's Banquet Dance' festival show, with 3 Dog Night, Humble Pie, Grease Band, Yes, and The Guess Who)

July 19, 1971 Ottawa Auditorium, Ottawa, ON (supported by Yes and Alice Cooper)

July 20, 1971 State Farm Show Arena, Harrisburg, PA (supported by Black Oak Arkansas)

July 24, 1971 Convention Hall, Asbury Park, NJ (2 shows)

July 27, 1971 Civic Center, Salem, VA

July 28, 1971 Gaelic Park, Bronx, NY (supported by Black Oak Arkansas & Alice Cooper)

July 30, 1971 Rhode Island Auditorium, Providence, RI (supported by Black Oak Arkansas)

August 3, 1971 Sports Stadium, Orlando, FL (supported by Sweat Hog)

August 6, 1971 Orpheum Theater, Boston, MA

August 7, 1971 Macon Coliseum, Macon, GA

August 8, 1971 Cincinnati Gardens, Cincinnati, OH (supported by Alice Cooper, Edgar Winter's White Trash, and Humble Pie)

August 12, 1971 Auditorium Theater, Chicago, IL (supported by Mountain Bus)

August 13, 1971 Union Square Park, New York, NY (supported by Ultra Violet, The Mark Markham Group, and Eleven)

August 14, 1971 Ungano's Ritz, New York, NY (supported by Sweat Hog)

August 15, 1971 Long Island Arena, Commack, NY

August 16, 1971 Place Des Nations, Montreal, QC

August 17, 1971 Hampton Beach Ballroom, Hampton, NH

August 21, 1971 Ungano's Ritz, New York, NY

August 31, 1971 Jai Alai Fronton Hall, Miami, FL

September 4, 1971 Rhein Peninsula, Speyer, Germany (British Rock Meeting, with Beggars Opera, Bul, Curved Air, Deep Purple, East of Eden, The Faces, Fairport Convention, Family, Fleetwood Mac, Gentle Giant, The Groundhogs, Hardin & York, Jerusalem, Juicy Lucy, Mick Abrahams, Osibisa, and Rory Gallagher)

September 5, 1971 Weiner Stadthalle Hall D, Vienna, Austria (British Superstar 48 Hours Festival, with Ashton, Gardner, & Dyke, Beggars Opera, Curved Air, Deep Purple, East of Eden, The Faces, Fairport Convention, Family, Fleetwood Mac, Gentle Giant, Hardin & York, Juicy Lucy, The Mick Abrahams Band, Osibisa, Rory Gallagher, Stone the Crows, and The Groundhogs)

September 7, 1971 Favorita Park, Palmero, Italy (Palmero Pop Festival, with Amanda, Aum Kaivalya, Bill Coleman, Bobby Solo, Clan Free, Claudio Rocchi, Colosseum, Delirium, Doreen Beatty, The Dutch Swing College Band, Edith Peters, Fausto Leali, The Fholks, Fred Bongusto, The House Band, I Rovers, The Jimmy Smith Trio, Livin' Blues, Machine Gun Blue, Mack Porter, Manfred Mann's Earth Band, Minnie Minoprio, Nuova Idea, Omega, Patrizia Meoni, Percussion, Plode, Rosanna Fratello, The Russell Wickham Jazz Band, Sal Genovese & The Enzo Randisi Trio, Sergio Denis, The Spontaneous Music Ensemble & Julie Driscoll, Stephane Grappelli, Stormy Six, The Pebbles, The Players, The Smithfields, The Stars of Faith, The Turtles, Toad, Tucky Buzzard, Up With People, and Yigal Bashan)

September 10, 1971 Onondaga War Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse, NY (supporting Led Zeppelin)

September 11, 1971 War Memorial Auditorium, Rochester, NY (supporting Led Zeppelin)

September 18, 1971 Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA

September 20, 1971 Overton Park Shell, Memphis, TN

September 23, 1971 Auditorium Theater, Chicago, IL (supported by Mountain Bus)

September 25, 1971 Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA (supported by Stoneground & Sweathog)

September 26, 1971 Convention Hall, San Diego, CA

September 27, 1971 Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX

September 28, 1971 Municipal Auditorium, San Antonio, TX (supported by Edgar Winter's White Trash & Sweathog)

October 1-2, 1971 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (supported by Edgar Winter's White Trash & Sweathog)

October 5, 1971 Whiskey a Go-Go, Los Angeles, CA

October 6, 1971 Fairgrounds, Reno, NV

October 7, 1971 Forum, Inglewood, CA (Unconfirmed)

October 8, 1971 Seattle Arena, Seattle, WA

October 9, 1971 Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento, CA

October 10 1971 H.I.C. Arena, Honolulu, HI (supported by Sweathog)

October 14, 1971 Coliseum, Portland, OR (supported by Edgar Winter's White Trash featuring Jerry LaCroix & Sweathog)

October 15, 1971 Coliseum, Amarillo, TX (supported by Sweathog)

October 17, 1971 Celebrity Theater, Phoenix, AZ (supported by Sweathog)

October 18, 1971 Coliseum, Denver, CO (supported by Sweathog)

October 19, 1971 Pershing Auditorium, Pershing, NE (supported by Edgar Winter's White Trash & Sweathog)

October 20, 1971 Memorial Hall, Kansas City, MO

October 22, 1971 Academy of Music, New York City, NY

October 28, 1971 Community War Memorial Auditorium, Rochester, NY

November 16, 1971 Guildhall, Southampton, England (cancelled due to illness of 3 band members)

December 3, 1971 Rotterdam, Netherlands

December 4, 1971 Paradiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands (supported by Ten Years After)

December 6, 1971 KB Hall, Copenhagen, Denmark

December 16, 1971 Grugahalle, Essen, Germany (cancelled)

1972

January 24-25, 1972 Town Hall, Birmingham, ENG (supported by Wild Turkey)

January 27, 1972 Town Hall, Oxford, ENG (supported by Wild Turkey)

January 28, 1972 Green's Playhouse, Glasgow, SCOT (supported by Wild Turkey)

January 29, 1972 Empire Theatre, Edinburgh, SCOT (supported by Wild Turkey)

January 30, 1972 Market Hall, Carlisle, ENG (Charity Gig, supported by Wild Turkey)

January 31, 1972 Liverpool Stadium, Liverpool, ENG (supported by Wild Turkey)

February 1, 1972 De Montfort Hall, Leicester, ENG (supported by Wild Turkey)

February 3, 1972 Guildhall, Portsmouth, ENG (supported by Wild Turkey)

February 4, 1972 Free Trade Hall, Manchester, ENG (supported by Wild Turkey)

February 5, 1972 City Hall, Newcastle, ENG (supported by Wild Turkey)

February 6, 1972 Civic Hall, Wolverhampton, ENG (supported by Wild Turkey)

February 7, 1972 Colston Hall, Bristol, ENG (supported by Wild Turkey)

February 8, 1972 City Hall, Sheffield, ENG (Cancelled. supported by Wild Turkey. Postponed until February 21st)

February 9, 1972 St. George's Hall, Bradford, ENG (Cancelled. supported by Wild Turkey. Postponed until February 24th)

February 10, 1972 Dome, Brighton, ENG (supported by Wild Turkey)

February 11, 1972 Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, ENG (supported by Wild Turkey)

February 13, 1972 Victoria Hall, Hanley, ENG (supported by Wild Turkey)

February 17, 1972 Royal Albert Hall, London, ENG (supported by Wild Turkey)

February 19, 1972 Leeds University, Leeds, ENG (supported by Wild Turkey)

February 21, 1972 City Hall, Sheffield, ENG (supported by Wild Turkey. Rescheduled from February 8th)

February 24, 1972 St. George's Hall, Bradford, ENG (supported by Wild Turkey. Rescheduled from February 9th)

March 1, 1972 Cumberland Memorial Arena, Fayetteville, AR (supported by Bang)

March 2, 1972 Miami Beach Convention Hall, Miami, FL (supported by Wild Turkey)

March 3, 1972 Memorial Coliseum, Jacksonville, FL (supported by Wild Turkey)

March 4, 1972 West Palm Beach Auditorium, West Palm Beach, FL (supported by Wild Turkey)

March 5, 1972 St. Petersburg, FL (supported by Wild Turkey)

March 6, 1972 Dorton Arena, Raleigh, NC (supported by Wild Turkey & Sweat Hog)

March 7, 1972 Park Center, Charlotte, NC (supported by Wild Turkey & White Witch)

March 9, 1972 Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Columbus, OH (supported by Wild Turkey)

March 10-11, 1972 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (supported by Yes, Wild Turkey, & REO Speedwagon)

March 12, 1972 Seattle Center Arena, Seattle, WA (supported by Yes & Wild Turkey)

March 13, 1972 Coliseum - Exhibition Park, Vancouver, BC (Unconfirmed)

March 14, 1972 Spokane Coliseum, Spokane, WA (supported by Yes & Wild Turkey)

March 15, 1972 Forum, Los Angeles, CA (supported by Yes & Wild Turkey)

March 16, 1972 Community Center Convention Hall, Tuscon, AZ (supported by Yes & Wild Turkey)

March 17, 1972 Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino, CA (supported by Yes & Wild Turkey)

March 18, 1972 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA (supported by Yes & Wild Turkey)

March 19, 1972 Convention Center Rotunda, Las Vegas, NV (supported by Yes & Wild Turkey)

March 21, 1972 St. Paul Auditorium, St. Paul, MN (supported by Yes and Wild Turkey)

March 22, 1972 Cobo Hall, Detroit, MI (supported by Yes & Wild Turkey)

March 23, 1972 Quebec City Coliseum, Quebec City, QC (supported by Wild Turkey)

March 24, 1972 Forum, Montreal, QC (supported by Wild Turkey)

March 25, 1972 War Memorial Auditorium, Rochester, NY (supported by Wild Turkey)

March 26, 1972 Civic Center, Salem, VA (supported by Wild Turkey)

March 27, 1972 Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA (supported by Wild Turkey)

March 28, 1972 Detroit, MI (supported by Wild Turkey)

March 29, 1972 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supported by Edgar Winter and Wild Turkey)

March 30, 1972 New Haven Arena, New Haven, CT (supported by Wild Turkey)

March 31, 1972 Civic Center, Charleston, WV (supported by Wild Turkey)

April 1, 1972 Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, NC

April 2, 1972 Capitol Theater, Passaic, NJ (supported by The Pig Light Show)

April 3, 1972 Vega Baja, Puerto Rico (cancelled due to US not letting them play there, due to Vietnam war?)

April 7 & 9, 1972 Festival Hall, Osaka, Japan (cancelled due to failure to get visas to the country because of Ozzy Osbourne's criminal record)

Post-tour:

May 7, 1972 L'Olympia, Paris, France

Volume 4 Tour:

July 7, 1972 Wildwood Convention Hall, Wildwood, NJ (supported by Black Oak Arkansas)

July 8, 1972 International Pocono Raceway, Long Pond, PA (Concert 10, cancelled, Black Sabbath ended up not performing)

July 13, 1972 Arie Crown Theater, Chicago, IL (supported by The Groundhogs)

July 14, 1972 Winnebago County Fairgrounds, Pecatonica, IL (supported by The Groundhogs)

July 15, 1972 Hara Arena, Dayton, OH (supported by The Groundhogs)

July 17, 1972 Akron Rubber Bowl, Akron, OH (supported by Humble Pie, Edgar Winter, The Groundhogs (cancelled), and Ramatam)

July 22, 1972 Atlanta Municipal Auditorium, Atlanta, GA (supported by Blue Oyster Cult)

July 23, 1972 Ellis Memorial Auditorium, Memphis, TN (supported by Blue Oyster Cult)

July 25, 1972 Richmond Coliseum, Richmond, VA (supported by Blue Oyster Cult)

July 27, 1972 Nassau Coliseum, Hempstead, NY (supported by Blue Oyster Cult and The J. Geils Band)

July 28, 1972 Cole Field House, College Park, MD (cancelled)

July 29, 1972 Convention Hall, Asbury Park, NJ (supported by Black Oak Arkansas)

July 30, 1972 Rhode Island Auditorium, Providence, RI (supported by Bedlam and Blue Oyster Cult)

August 24, 1972 Music Hall, Charleston, SC (supported by Gentle Giant)

August 25, 1972 Municipal Auditorium, Nashville, TN (cancelled due to Ozzy Osbourne throat problems)

August 26, 1972 Convention Center, Louisville, KY (supported by Gentle Giant)

August 27, 1972 Cobo Hall, Detroit, MI (supported by Gentle Giant)

August 28, 1972 Minneapolis Armory, Minneapolis, MN (supported by Gentle Giant)

August 29, 1972 Civic Theater, Akron, OH (supported by Gentle Giant)

August 30, 1972 Civic Coliseum, Knoxville, TN (supported by Gentle Giant and Argent)

August 31, 1972 Civic Center, Salem, VA (supported by Gentle Giant)

September 1, 1972 Civic Center, Savannah, GA (supported by Gentle Giant)

September 2, 1972 Bull Island, Griffin, IN (cancelled due to transportation difficulties and wanting more money)

September 7, 1972 Mississippi Coliseum, Jackson, MS (supported by Gentle Giant and Argent)

September 8, 1972 Municipal Auditorium, New Orleans, LA (supported by Gentle Giant)

September 9, 1972 Municipal Auditorium, Mobile, AL (supported by Gentle Giant)

September 10, 1972 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA (supported by Gentle Giant)

September 11, 1972 Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, UT (supported by Gentle Giant and Malo)

September 13, 1972 Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR (supported by Gentle Giant)

September 15, 1972 Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA (supported by Gentle Giant, Captain Beyond, and Mark Almond)

September 16, 1972 Civic Auditorium, Sacramento, CA (cancelled due to illness and exhaustion of several band members)

September 17, 1972 Honolulu International Center, Honolulu, HI (cancelled due to illness and exhaustion of several band members)

1973

January 5, 1973 Wellington, NZ (supported by Ticket)

January 7, 1973 Wadham Road, Ngaruawahia, NZ (Ngaruawahia Music Festival, with Ticket, Fairport Convention, Blerta, Dragon, The Las De Da's, Mammal, Max Merritt & The Meteors, Corben Simpson, Split Enz, The Bulldogs All-Star Goodtime Band, Powerhouse, Orb, and Butler)

Black Sabbath Australian Tour 1973

January 13, 1973 Kooyong Stadium, Melbourne, AUS (supported by Ticket)

January 16-17, 1973 Hordern Pavilion, Sydney, AUS (supported by Buffalo and Ticket)

January 18, 1973 Festival Hall, Brisbane, AUS (supported by Ticket)

January 19, 1973 Apollo Stadium, Adelaide, AUS (supported by Ticket)

February 15, 1973 Ernst Merck Hall, Hamburg, Germany

February 16, 1973 Amsterdam Concert House, Amsterdam, Netherlands (supported by Badger)

February 17, 1973 Vannes Island Sports Center, Paris, France (supported by Badger)

February 18, 1973 Lyon Labor Market, Lyon, France (supported by Badger)

February 19, 1973 Bologna Sports Palace, Bologna, Italy (supported by Badger)

February 21, 1973 EIB Building, Brescia, Italy (supported by Badger)

February 22, 1973 City of Vicenza Sports Palace, Vicenza, Italy (supported by Badger)

February 23, 1973 Rome Sports Palace, Rome, Italy (supported by Badger)

February 25, 1973 Eulach Hall, Winterthur, Switzerland (supported by Badger)

February 26, 1973 Lowenbraukeller, Munich, Germany (Pop Carnival)

February 27, 1973 Stadthalle, Offenbach, Germany

February 28, 1973 Kaiserslautern Exhibition Hall, Kaiserslautern, Germany (supported by Badger)

March 2, 1973 Forest National, Brussels, Belgium (supported by Badger)

March 3, 1973 L'Olympia, Paris, France (supported by Badger)

March 9, 1973 Green's Playhouse, Glasgow, Scotland (supported by Badger & Necromandus)

March 10, 1973 Liverpool Stadium, Liverpool, England (supported by Badger, Nutz & Necromandus)

March 11, 1973 Hard Rock, Manchester, England (supported by Badger & Necromandus)

March 12-13, 1973 Mayfair Suite, Birmingham, England (supported by Badger & Necromandus)

March 14, 1973 Capitol Theater, Cardiff, Wales (supported by Badger & Necromandus)

March 15, 1973 Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, England (supported by Badger & Necromandus)

March 16-17, 1973 Rainbow, London, England (supported by Badger & Necromandus)

March 18, 1973 City Hall, Newcastle, England (supported by Badger & Necromandus)

Post-tour:

April 2, 1973 International Amphitheater, Chicago, IL (cancelled)

April 4, 1973 San Juan, Puerto Rico

April 27-28, 1973 Cascais, Portugal (cancelled)

July 21, 1973 Radstadion, Frankfurt, GER (cancelled appearance, "2 Summer Rock Festival", with Paul McCartney & Wings (who cancelled), Sly And The Family Stone, The Faces, Rory Gallagher, Canned Heat (who cancelled), Jon Hiseman's Tempest, The Spencer Davis Group. Chuck Berry & Keith Moon also made unscheduled appearances)

August 2, 1973 Alexandra Palace, London, ENG (London Music Festival 1973, supported by Groundhogs, Stray, Jonesy)

Sabbath Bloody Sabbath Tour:

December 9, 1973 Odeon, Newcastle, ENG (supported by Highway)

December 11, 1973 Colston Hall, Bristol, ENG

December 14, 1973 Odeon, Birmingham, ENG

December 17, 1973 De Montfort Hall, Leicester, ENG

January 11, 1974 Scandinavium, Gothenburg, Sweden

January 12, 1974 Falkoner Theater, Copenhagen, Denmark

January 14, 1974 Amsterdam Concert Hall, Amsterdam, Netherlands

January 15, 1974 Kortrijk Hall, Kortrijk, Belgium

January 16, 1974 Hanover Music Hall, Hanover, Germany

January 17, 1974 Phillips Hall, Dusseldorf, Germany

January 18, 1974 Beaulieu Palace, Lausanne, Switzerland

January 19, 1974 Messehalle, Sindelfingen, Germany

January 31, 1974 Hersheypark Arena, Derry, PA (supported by Blue Oyster Cult and White Witch)

February 1, 1974 Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA

February 3, 1974 Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI (supported by Bedlam and Spooky Tooth)

February 4, 1974 Cincinnati Gardens, Cincinnati, OH (supported by Bob Seger)

February 5, 1974 Broome County Arena, Binghamton, NY (cancelled due to Ozzy Osbourne vocal issues)

February 7, 1974 Omni, Atlanta, GA (supported by Spooky Tooth)

February 9, 1974 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supported by Bedlam and Black Oak Arkansas)

February 10, 1974 Dane County Coliseum, Madison, WI (supported by Bedlam)

February 11, 1974 International Amphitheater, Chicago, IL (supported by Bedlam)

February 12, 1974 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO (supported by Bedlam)

February 13, 1974 Louisville Gardens, Louisville, KY (supported by Bedlam)

February 15, 1974 West Palm Beach Auditorium, West Palm Beach, FL (supported by Bedlam)

February 16, 1974 Memorial Coliseum, Jacksonville, FL (supported by Bedlam and Black Oak Arkansas (cancelled))

February 17, 1974 Carolina Coliseum, Columbia, SC

February 18, 1974 Civic Coliseum, Knoxville, TN

February 19, 1974 Capital Center, Landover, MD (supported by Uriah Heep)

February 20, 1974 Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo, NY (supported by Bedlam and The James Gang)

February 21, 1974 Civic Center, Providence, RI (supported by Blue Oyster Cult and Bedlam)

February 22, 1974 War Memorial Auditorium, Rochester, NY (supported by Blue Oyster Cult and Bedlam)

February 23, 1974 Bowen Fieldhouse, Ypsilanti, MI (supported by Bedlam)

February 24, 1974 Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, NC (supported by Bedlam)

February 25, 1974 Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY (supported by Bedlam, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Blue Oyster Cult (cancelled))

April 6, 1974 Ontario Motor Speedway, Ontario, CA (California Jam, with Black Oak Arkansas, Deep Purple, The Eagles, Earth, Wind, & Fire, Emerson, Lake, & Palmer, Rare Earth, and Seals & Crofts)

April 13, 1974 Civic Center, Charleston, SC

May 17, 1974 St. George's Hall, Bradford, England (supported by Black Oak Arkansas)

May 19, 1974 Trentham Gardens, Stoke, England (supported by Black Oak Arkansas)

May 21, 1974 Hammersmith Odeon, London, England (supported by Black Oak Arkansas)

May 23, 1974 Empire Theater, Liverpool, England (supported by Black Oak Arkansas)

May 24, 1974 Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England (supported by Black Oak Arkansas)

May 25, 1974 Gaumont Theater, Southampton, England (supported by Black Oak Arkansas)

May 26, 1974 Fairfield Halls, London, England (supported by Black Oak Arkansas)

May 28, 1974 Apollo Theatre, Glasgow, Scotland (supported by Black Oak Arkansas)

May 29, 1974 Odeon Theatre, Edinburgh, Scotland (supported by Black Oak Arkansas)

May 30, 1974 City Hall, Sheffield, England (supported by Black Oak Arkansas)

May 31, 1974 Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, England (supported by Black Oak Arkansas)

June 2, 1974 Granada Theatre, London, England (supported by Black Oak Arkansas)

June 8, 1974 Newcastle Odeon, Newcastle, England (supported by Black Oak Arkansas)

June 9, 1974 Coventry Theatre, Coventry, England (supported by Black Oak Arkansas)

August 15, 1974 Central Park, New York City, NY (cancelled due to cancellation of festival)

November 5, 1974 Horden Pavilion, Sydney, Australia (supported by AC/DC)

November 7, 1974 Brisbane Festival Hall, Brisbane, Australia (supported by AC/DC)

November 9-11, 1974 Horden Pavilion, Sydney, Australia (supported by AC/DC)

November 12, 1974 Melbourne Festival Hall, Melbourne, Australia

November 14, 1974 Memorial Drive Park, Adelaide, Australia (supported by Status Quo)

November 16, 1974 Hordern Pavilion, Sydney, Australia

Lineup #2- May 1975-September 1977

  • Ozzy Osbourne- vocals
  • Tony Iommi- guitars
  • Geezer Butler- bass
  • Bill Ward- drums
  • Gerry Woodruffe- keyboards

Sabotage Tour:

July 14, 1975 Sports Arena, Toledo, OH (supported by The Leslie West Band)

July 16-17, 1975 International Amphitheater, Chicago, IL (supported by Slade)

July 19, 1975 Pershing Auditorium, Lincoln, NE (supported by Brownsville Station)

July 20, 1975 Parade Stadium, Minneapolis, MN (supported by Skogie, Brownsville Station, and Wet Willie (cancelled))

July 24, 1975 Municipal Auditorium, Atlanta, GA (supported by Frampton's Camel)

July 25, 1975 Civic Center, Savannah, GA (supported by Frampton's Camel and Ruby Starr & Grey Ghost)

July 26, 1975 Civic Center, Lakeland, FL (supported by Frampton's Camel and Ruby Starr & Grey Ghost (cancelled))

July 27, 1975 West Palm Beach Auditorium, West Palm Beach, FL (supported by Frampton's Camel, Jo Jo Gunne, and Ruby Starr & Grey Ghost)

August 1, 1975 Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI (supported by The Leslie West Band)

August 2, 1975 Civic Center, Baltimore, MD (supported by KISS)

August 3, 1975 Civic Center, Providence, RI (supported by KISS)

August 4, 1975 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY

August 5, 1975 Convention Hall, Asbury Park, NJ (supported by Fire Ballet)

August 6, 1975 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supported by Status Quo and Slade)

August 10, 1975 Civic Center, Springfield, MA (supported by The Leslie West Band)

August 14, 1975 Orpheum Theater, Boston, MA (supported by KISS)

August 22, 1975 Municipal Auditorium, San Antonio, TX

August 23, 1975 Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX

August 24, 1975 Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, TX (supported by Brownsville Station)

August 26, 1975 El Paso County Coliseum, El Paso, TX

August 27, 1975 Civic Auditorium, Albuquerque, NM

August 28, 1975 Communty Center, Tucson, AZ

August 30, 1975 Community Theater, Sacramento, CA (supported by Mahogany Rush and Ruby Starr & Grey Ghost)

August 31, 1975 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (supported by Mahogany Rush, Ruby Starr & Grey Ghost, and The Leslie West Band (cancelled))

September 1, 1975 Madera Speedway, Fresno, CA (supporting Rod Stewart & The Faces, with Lynyrd Skynyrd & Fleetwood Mac)

September 3, 1975 Forum, Inglewood, CA (supported by Ruby Starr & Grey Ghost)

September 4, 1975 Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA

September 5, 1975 Orange Show Stadium, San Bernardino, CA (Starlite Festival, with Lynyrd Skynyrd, Peter Frampton, and Brownsville Station)

September 6, 1975 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA

September 7, 1975 Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA (supported by Ruby Starr & Grey Ghost)

September 8, 1975 Convention Center, Las Vegas, NV

September 11, 1975 Spokane Coliseum, Spokane, WA

September 12, 1975 Seattle Center Arena, Seattle, WA (supported by Mahogany Rush)

September 13, 1975 Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR

September 14, 1975 Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, BC

September 15, 1975 Convention Center, Winnipeg, MB (cancelled)

October 9, 1975 Empire Theatre, Liverpool, England (supported by Bandy Legs)

October 10, 1975 Odeon, Birmingham, England (supported by Bandy Legs)

October 11, 1975 Odeon Theatre, Southampton, England (supported by Bandy Legs)

October 12, 1975 Colston Hall, Bristol, England (supported by Bandy Legs)

October 15, 1975 St. George's Hall, Bradford, England (supported by Bandy Legs)

October 16, 1975 City Hall, Sheffield, England (supported by Bandy Legs)

October 18, 1975 City Hall, Newcastle, England (supported by Bandy Legs)

October 19, 1975 Apollo Theatre, Glasgow, Scotland (supported by Bandy Legs)

October 21, 1975 Lewisham Odeon, London, England (supported by Bandy Legs)

October 22, 1975 Hammersmith Odeon, London, England (supported by Bandy Legs)

October 26, 1975 Falkoner Theater, Copenhagen, Denmark (supported by Chapman & Whitney's Streetwalkers)

October 27, 1975 Scandinavium, Gothenburg, Sweden (supported by Chapman & Whitney's Streetwalkers)

October 28, 1975 Amsterdam Concert Hall, Amsterdam, Netherlands (supported by Chapman & Whitney's Streetwalkers)

October 29, 1975 Stadthalle, Offenbach, Germany (supported by Chapman & Whitney's Streetwalkers)

October 30, 1975 Circus Krone, Munich, Germany (supported by Chapman & Whitney's Streetwalkers)

November 1, 1975 Frederich Ebert Hall, Ludwigshafen, Germany (supported by ZZ Top and Chapman & Whitney's Streetwalkers)

November 2, 1975 Phillips Hall, Dusseldorf, Germany (supported by ZZ Top and Chapman & Whitney's Streetwalkers)

November 4, 1975 AFAS Circus Theater, The Hague, Netherlands

November 5, 1975 Mutuality Theater, Paris, France (cancelled)

November 14, 1975 Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England (cancelled due to Ozzy Osbourne motorcycle accident)

November 21, 1975 Gaumont State Theater, London, England

November 22, 1975 Capitol Theater, Cardiff, Wales

December 3, 1975 Madison Square Garden, New York, NY (supported by Aerosmith)

December 5, 1975 Indiana Convention Center, Indianapolis, IN (supported by Kansas)

December 6, 1975 Freedom Hall, Johnson City, TN (supported by Manfred Mann and Ruby Starr & Grey Ghost)

December 7, 1975 Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, NC (supported by Savoy Brown and Ruby Starr & Grey Ghost)

December 9, 1975 Orpheum Theater, Boston, MA (supported by Ruby Starr & Grey Ghost)

December 12, 1975 Onondaga War Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse, NY (supported by KISS)

January 8, 1976 Guildhall, Portsmouth, England

January 9, 1976 Gaumont Theater, Ipswich, England

January 10, 1976 Kursaal Ballroom, Southend, England

January 11, 1976 Odeon, Birmingham, England

January 13, 1976 Hammersmith Odeon, London, England (supported by Bandy Legs)

Technical Ecstasy Tour:

October 22, 1976 Tulsa Assembly Center, Tulsa, OK (supported by Boston and Moxy)

October 23, 1976 Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX (supported by Boston and Moxy)

October 24, 1976 HemisFair Arena, San Antonio, TX (supported by Boston and Moxy)

October 26, 1976 Dallas Convention Center, Dallas, TX (supported by Boston)

October 28, 1976 Veterans Memorial Auditorium, Des Moines, IA (supported by Boston)

October 29, 1976 Pershing Center, Lincoln, NE (supported by Boston)

October 30, 1976 Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall, Kansas City, MO (supported by Target)

October 31, 1976 McNichols Sports Arena, Denver, CO (supported by Boston and Heart)

November 1, 1976 Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Phoenix, AZ

November 3, 1976 Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA

November 5, 1976 San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego, CA (supported by Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band)

November 6, 1976 Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA (supported by Target)

November 7, 1976 Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino, CA

November 9, 1976 Selland Arena, Fresno, CA (supported by Boston and Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band)

November 11, 1976 Portland Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR

November 12, 1976 Spokane Coliseum, Spokane, WA

November 15, 1976 Seattle Center Arena, Seattle, WA (supported by Target)

November 23, 1976 Knoxville Civic Coliseum, Knoxville, TN (supported by Target and Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band)

November 24-25, 1976 International Amphitheater, Chicago, IL (supported by Target, Black Oak Arkansas (cancelled) and the Tommy Bolin Band (cancelled) on the 24th and Mother's Finest on the 25th)

November 26, 1976 Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI (supported by Black Oak Arkansas and Target)

November 28, 1976 Richfield Coliseum, Richfield, OH (supported by Boston)

November 30, 1976 Wings Stadium, Kalamazoo, MI (supported by Mother's Finest and The Climax Blues Band)

December 2, 1976 Providence Civic Center, Providence, RI (supported by Montrose)

December 3, 1976 Boston Music Hall, Boston, MA (supported by Ted Nugent and Mother's Finest)

December 4, 1976 The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supported by Ted Nugent and Mother's Finest)

December 6, 1976 Madison Square Garden, New York, NY (supported by Ted Nugent)

December 8, 1976 Pittsburgh Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA (supported by Ted Nugent)

December 9, 1976 Capital Center, Landover, MD (supported by Ted Nugent)

December 10, 1976 Niagara Falls Convention Center, Niagara Falls, NY (supported by Ted Nugent)

December 11, 1976 New Haven Coliseum, New Haven, CT (supported by Ted Nugent)

December 12, 1976 Onondaga War Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse, NY (supported by Ted Nugent)

1977

Jan 19 1977 Nottingham CANCELLED Jan 20 1977 Manchester CANCELLED Jan 20 1977 Miami, FL Jai Alai Fronton Hall Jan 23 1977 Leeds Leeds University (?) CANCELLED Jan 25 1977 Birmingham, AL Boutwell Auditorium Target Jan 26 1977 Atlanta, GA The Omni Ted Nugent, Target Jan 28 1977 Memphis, TN Mid South Coliseum Target Jan 29 1977 Charlotte, NC Charlotte Coliseum Target, Dr. Hook Jan 30 1977 Fayetteville, AR Cumberland County Arena Target, Dr. Hook Feb 04 1977 Cincinnati, OH Riverfront Coliseum Target, Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band Feb 06 1977 Erie, PA Erie Fieldhouse Target Feb 07 1977 Salem, VA Salem Civic Center Target, Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band Feb 08 1977 Columbus, OH Columbus Veterans Memorial Target Feb 09 1977 Nashville, TN Nashville Municipal Auditorium Feb 11 1977 Terre Haute Indiana State University - Hullman Civic University Center Feb 12 1977 St. Louis, MO Keil Auditorium Target Unconfirmed Feb 13 1977 Springfield, MA Hammons Center Target Feb 14 1977 Indianapolis, IN Market Square Arena Journey, Target Feb 15 1977 Fort Wayne Fort Wayne Memorial Coliseum Journey, Target Feb 16 1977 Little Rock Barton Coliseum Unconfirmed Feb 18 1977 Lexington, KY Rupp Arena Theater - Lexington Center Journey, Target Feb 20 1977 San Francisco, CA Winterland Ballroom Feb 23 1977 Inglewood (Los Angeles), CA Great Western Forum? Unconfirmed March 2, 1977 Apollo, Glasgow, SCOT (supported by Nutz) March 4, 1977 City Hall, Newcastle, ENG (supported by Nutz) March 6, 1977 New Bingley Hall, Stafford, ENG (supported by Nutz) March 7, 1977 Empire, Liverpool, ENG (supported by Nutz) March 9, 1977 Capital Theatre, Cardiff, WAL (supported by Nutz) March 10, 1977 Gaumont, Southampton, ENG (supported by Nutz) March 12-15, 1977 Hammersmith Odeon, London, ENG (supported by Nutz) Apr 05 1977 Paris Pavillon De Paris AC/DC Apr 06 1977 Colmar Parc Des Expositions AC/DC Apr 07 1977 Offenbach Stadthalle Ian Gillan Band, AC/DC, Doctors Of Madness, The Commodores Easter Rock Festival Apr 09 1977 Koln (Cologne) Sporthalle Ian Gillan Band, AC/DC, Jane Apr 10 1977 Nürnberg (Nuremberg) Messezentrum Ian Gillan Band, AC/DC, John McLaughlin's Shakti, Caravan, Jane, The Commodores Apr 11 1977 Ludwigshafen Friedrich-Ebert-Halle Ian Gillan Band, AC/DC, John McLaughlin's Shakti, Caravan, Doctors Of Madness Apr 13 1977 Geneva Salle Des Fetes de Thonex Chemin Tronchet Geneva AC/DC Apr 14 1977 Zurich Volkshaus AC/DC Apr 15 1977 Odense AC/DC Unconfirmed Apr 16 1977 Brussels Cirque Royal (Royal Circus) AC/DC Apr 17 1977 Amsterdam De Nieuwe Rai AC/DC Apr 18 1977 Hamburg Ernst Merck Halle AC/DC Apr 19 1977 København (Copenhagen) Falkoner Teatret (Falkoner Theater) AC/DC Apr 21 1977 Lund Olympen AC/DC Apr 22 1977 Göteborg (Gothenburg) Scandinavium AC/DC Last date of Technical Ecstasy Tour Apr 23 1977 Oslo Njardhalle AC/DC CANCELLED Apr 26 1977 Stockholm Concerthalle AC/DC CANCELLED Apr 26 1977 London AC/DC CANCELLED Apr 26 1977 Helsinki Kulttuuritalo AC/DC CANCELLED

Oct 01 1977 Dave Walker (lead vocals) & Don Airey (keyboards) join the band for awhile

1978

Jan 06 1978 Rare one-off appearance with temporary vocalist Dave Walker on BBC (Look Hear program) - played Junior's Eyes. May 02 1978 Ludwigshafen Friedrich-Ebert-Halle? CANCELLED May 04 1978 Erlangen CANCELLED May 05 1978 Wurzberg CANCELLED May 06 1978 Goppingen CANCELLED May 08 1978 Offenbach CANCELLED May 09 1978 Dortmund CANCELLED May 16 1978 Sheffield City (Oval) Hall Van Halen First date of Never Say Die Tour May 17 1978 Southport Floral Hall Van Halen May 18 1978 Glasgow The Apollo Theater Van Halen May 19 1978 Aberdeen Capitol Theater Van Halen May 21 1978 Newcastle-Upon-Tyne Newcastle City Hall Van Halen May 22 1978 Manchester Apollo Ardwick Theater Van Halen May 23 1978 Hanley Victoria Hall Van Halen May 25 1978 First "Top of the Pops" appearance of 1978. Performed "Never Say Die" May 25 1978 Portsmouth Guildhall Van Halen May 26 1978 Bristol Colston Hall Van Halen May 27 1978 London Lewisham Odeon Van Halen May 28 1978 Ipswich Ipswich Gaumont Van Halen May 30 1978 Coventry Coventry Theater Van Halen May 31 1978 Leicester De Montfort Hall Van Halen Jun 01 1978 London Hammersmith Odeon Van Halen Jun 02 1978 Oxford New Theatre Van Halen Jun 03 1978 Southampton Gaumont Theatre Van Halen Jun 05 1978 Birmingham Odeon Theatre Van Halen Aborted show, due to PA failure. Rescheduled for 6/12/78. Jun 06 1978 Birmingham Odeon Theatre Van Halen Rescheduled for 6/13/78 Jun 07 1978 Bradford St. George's Hall Van Halen Jun 08 1978 Preston Lockley Grand Hall - Guild Hall Van Halen Jun 10 1978 London Hammersmith Odeon Van Halen Jun 11 1978 London Hammersmith Odeon Van Halen Cancelled due to PA failure Jun 12 1978 Birmingham Odeon Theatre Tanz Der Youth Jun 13 1978 Birmingham Odeon Theatre The Damned Make-up gig for the 6/5 gig Jun 14 1978 Manchester Apollo Ardwick Theater Tanz Der Youth Jun 15 1978 Manchester Apollo Ardwick Theater Tanz Der Youth (or Fabulous Poodles?) Jun 16 1978 Bridlington Bridlington Spa Tanz Der Youth Jun 17 1978 Liverpool Empire Theater Tanz Der Youth Jun 19 1978 London Hammersmith Odeon Tanz Der Youth Filmed Professionally Jun 22 1978 UK TV "Top of the Pops" performing "Never Say Die" Aug 14 1978 Chicago, IL International Amphitheatre (cancelled, supported by Van Halen) Aug 22 1978 Milwaukee, WI Milwaukee Arena (supported by Van Halen) Aug 23 1978 Chicago, IL International Amphitheatre (supported by Van Halen) Aug 24 1978 Chicago, IL International Amphitheatre (supported by Van Halen) Aug 25 1978 Terre Haute, IN Indiana State University - Hulman Center (supported by Van Halen) Aug 27 1978 New York City, NY Madison Square Garden (supported by Van Halen) Aug 28 1978 Uniondale, NY Nassau Coliseum - Mitchell Field Complex (supported by Van Halen) Aug 29 1978 Philadelphia, PA The Spectrum (supported by Van Halen) August 31, 1978 Erie County Fieldhouse, Erie, PA (supported by Van Halen) Sep 01 1978 Hampton Hampton Coliseum (supported by Van Halen) Sep 02 1978 Pittsburgh, PA Civic Arena (supported by Van Halen) Sep 04 1978 South Yarmouth Cape Cod Coliseum (supported by Van Halen) Sep 05 1978 Portland Cumberland County Civic Center (supported by Van Halen) Sep 07 1978 Utica, NY Utica Memorial Coliseum (supported by Van Halen) Sep 08 1978 Niagara Falls Niagara Falls (supported by Van Halen) Sep 09 1978 Baltimore, MD Baltimore Civic Center (supported by Van Halen) Sep 10 1978 New Haven, CT Veterans Memorial Coliseum (supported by Van Halen) Sep 12 1978 Indianapolis, IN Indianapolis Convention Center (supported by Van Halen) Sep 14 1978 Detroit, MI Cobo Hall (supported by Van Halen) Sep 15 1978 Cleveland, OH Richfield Coliseum (supported by Van Halen) Sep 16 1978 St. Louis, MO Checkerdome (supported by Van Halen) Sep 17 1978 Kansas City, MO Municipal Auditorium Arena (supported by Van Halen) Sep 18 1978 Tulsa, OK Assembly Center (supported by Van Halen) Sep 22 1978 Fresno, CA Selland Arena (supported by Van Halen) Sep 23 1978 Anaheim, CA Anaheim Stadium Boston (HL), Van Halen, Sammy Hagar, Richie Lecea, Russia Sep 24 1978 Anaheim, CA Anaheim Stadium Boston (HL), Van Halen, Sammy Hagar, Richie Lecea, Russia Sep 26 1978 Vancouver P.N.E. Coliseum (supported by Van Halen) Sep 27 1978 Portland, OR Memorial Coliseum Complex (supported by Van Halen) Sep 28 1978 Spokane, WA Spokane Coliseum (supported by Van Halen) Sep 29 1978 Seattle, WA Key City Arena (supported by Van Halen) Sep 30 1978 Seattle, WA Key City Arena (supported by Van Halen) Oct 09 1978 Hamburg Audimax (supported by Van Halen) Oct 10 1978 Essen Grugahalle (supported by Van Halen) Oct 11 1978 Offenbach Stadthalle (supported by Van Halen) Oct 13 1978 Göppingen Göppingen-Uhingen Haldenberghalle Van Halen Oct 14 1978 Ludwigshafen Friedrich-Ebert-Halle (supported by Van Halen) Oct 15 1978 Würzburg Kürnacthalle (supported by Van Halen) Oct 17 1978 Nürnberg (Nuremberg) Hammerleinhalle (supported by Van Halen) Oct 18 1978 Bad Wimpfen (Heilbronn) Stauferhalle (supported by Van Halen) Oct 20 1978 Cambrai Palais Des Grottes (supported by Van Halen) Oct 22 1978 London Rainbow Theatre Van Halen, Lucifer's Friend Oct 31 1978 Atlanta, GA The Omni Van Halen, The Ramones Postponed until 11/13/78 Nov 03 1978 St. Petersburg, FL Bayfront Center (supported by Van Halen) Nov 04 1978 Jacksonville, FL Jacksonville Memorial Coliseum (supported by Van Halen) Nov 05 1978 Hollywood Hollywood Sportatorium (supported by Van Halen) Nov 07 1978 Columbus, OH Unconfirmed Nov 08 1978 Birmingham, AL Boutwell Auditorium (supported by Van Halen) Nov 09 1978 Nashville, TN Nashville Municipal Auditorium Van Halen Unconfirmed? Nov 10 1978 Memphis, TN Mid-South Coliseum (supported by Van Halen) Nov 11 1978 Cincinnati, OH Riverfront Coliseum (supported by Van Halen) Nov 13 1978 Atlanta, GA The Omni Van Halen, The Ramones Rescheduled from 10/31/78 Nov 14 1978 Mobile, AL Municipal Auditorium (supported by Van Halen) Nov 15 1978 Huntsville, AL Unconfirmed Nov 16 1978 Nashville, TN Nashville Municipal Auditorium Van Halen Sabbath Did not play, just Van Halen Nov 17 1978 Austin, TX Nov 18 1978 Midland, TX Chaparral Center Van Halen? Nov 18 1978 Odessa, TX Ector County Coliseum CANCELLED Nov 19 1978 Nashville, TN Nashville Municipal Auditorium Van Halen Make-up gig from 11/16/78 Nov 20 1978 Oklahoma City, OK The Myriad (supported by Van Halen) Nov 21 1978 Amarillo, TX The Amarillo Civic Center (supported by Van Halen)Unconfirmed Nov 22 1978 Corpus Christi, TX Memorial Coliseum (supported by Van Halen) Nov 23 1978 Houston, TX Sam Houston Coliseum (supported by Van Halen) Nov 24 1978 San Antonio, TX Convention Center Arena (supported by Van Halen) Nov 25 1978 Dallas, TX Dallas Convention Center (supported by Van Halen) Nov 26 1978 Dallas, TX Dallas Convention Center (supported by Van Halen) Nov 28 1978 Denver, CO McNichols Sports Arena (supported by Van Halen) Dec 01 1978 San Bernardino, CA Swing Auditorium - National Orange Showgrounds (supported by The Ramones) Dec 02 1978 Oakland, CA Oakland Coliseum Arena (supported by Van Halen) Dec 03 1978 San Diego, CA San Diego Sports Arena (supported by Van Halen) Dec 04 1978 Long Beach, CA Long Beach Arena (supported by The Ramones) Dec 05 1978 Phoenix, AZ Veterans Memorial Coliseum (supported by The Ramones) Dec 07 1978 Abilene, TX Taylor County Coliseum Head East Dec 08 1978 El Paso, TX El Paso County Coliseum? December 10-11, 1978 Tingley Coliseum, Albuquerque, NM (The last show with Ozzy until Live Aid in 1985)

Jul 17 1979 Geoff Nicholls joins Black Sabbath

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