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1962

? ?, 1962 Queen’s Theatre, Kingston, JAM (Ken Chin’s Talent Parade)

1963

January 1, 1963 Ward Theatre, Kingston, JAM (Opportunity Knocks)

February 6, 1963 Capri Theatre, May Pen, JAM (Derrick Morgan Sensational Farewell)

February 10, 1963 Palladium Theatre, Montego Bay, JAM (Derrick Morgan Farewell Show)

1964

January 1, 1964 Majestic Theatre, Kingston, JAM

January 2, 1964 Jamaica Success Club, Kingston, JAM

January 3, 1964 Palace Theatre, Montego Bay, JAM

January 4, 1964 Vere John’s Opportunity House, Kingston, JAM

January 5, 1964 Montego Bay, JAM

January 6, 1964 Sombrero Club, Kingston, JAM

January 7, 1964 Kingston, JAM (Downbeat Sound System Road Show)

January 8, 1964 Bournemouth, Rockforth (All Day Dance)

January 9, 1964 Ward Theatre, Kingston, JAM

December 25, 1964 Ward Theatre, Kingston, JAM (All Champions Night)

1965

March 3, 1965 Ward Theatre, Kingston, JAM ('Ash Wednesday Spectacular')

March 29, 1965 Palladium Theatre, Montego Bay, JAM (2 shows 6.00 & 9.00)

April 8, 1965 Regal Theatre, Kingston, JAM

April 10, 1965 Sombrero Club, Kingston, JAM (Sepia Revue)

April 19, 1965 Links Club, Kingston, JAM (Big Holiday Dance and Floor Show)

June 20, 1965 Regal Theatre, Kingston, JAM (Battle of the Greats – Ska v Jazz)

June 27, 1965 Glass Bucket Club, Kingston, JAM (Anniversary Spectacular)

September 9, 1965 State Theatre, Kingston, JAM (supporting Betty Everett)

September 27, 1965 Ward Theatre, Kingston, JAM ('All Champions Night')

October 9, 1965 Glass Bucket Club, Kingston, JAM

December 1, 1965 Ward Theatre, Kingston, JAM (Battle of the Groups Contest)

December 27, 1965 Blue Mist Club, Montego Bay, JAM

1966

January 2, 1966 National Stadium, Kingston, JAM (Bonanza '66)

January 16, 1966 National Stadium, Kingston, JAM (Cancelled 'A Shower Of Stars', Farewell Performance for The Drifters)

January 30, 1966 Bournemouth Club, Kingston, JAM (With The Soulettes & Lee Scratch Perry)

May 15, 1966 Ormsby Hall, Kingston, JAM

July 28, 1966 Club Brown Jug, Ocho Rios, JAM

July 30, 1966 Club Montego, Montego Bay, JAM (Big Midnight Attraction)

August 1, 1966 Blue Mist Club, Montego Bay, JAM

August 1, 1966 State Theatre, Kingston, JAM

December 13, 1966 Carib Theatre, Kingston, JAM (Charity All Star Stage Show Spectacular)

December 28, 1966 Coral Theatre, Montego Bay, JAM (Swings Ville '66)

1967

January 2, 1967 Regal Theatre, Kingston, JAM

1968

January 1, 1968 Regal Theatre, Kingston, JAM

January 2, 1968 Baby Grand Club, Cross Roads, JAM (Live Sessions)

December 31, 1968 Jonkanoo Lounge, Kingston, JAM

1969

January 1, 1969 Psychedelic Shop, Kingston, JAM

January 3, 1969 Sombrero Club, Kingston, JAM

April 6, 1969 Jonkanoo Lounge, Kingston, JAM

August 3, 1969 Half Way Tree Square, Kingston, JAM (Festival '69)

1970

January 1, 1970 Negril, JAM

January 2, 1970 Kingston, JAM

January 3, 1970 The Prime Time, Kingston, JAM

January 4, 1970 Silver Slipper Plaza, Kingston, JAM

May 30, 1970 Merritone at Peyton, Kingston, JAM

July 25, 1970 State Theatre, Kingston, JAM (National Pop Festival)

September 19, 1970 The V.I.P. Club, Kingston, JAM (Musical Explosion of 1970)

October 17, 1970 The V.I.P. Club, Kingston, JAM (Singers Cavalcade)

November 28, 1970 The V.I.P. Club, Kingston, JAM (Crowning of Miss V.I.P. Party)

December 12, 1970 Island Inn Hotel, Saint Mary, JAM ('Pop Swingaree')

December 24, 1970 Peyton, JAM

December 25, 1970 State Theatre, Kingston, JAM (Morning Xmas Carnival)

December 25, 1970 Carib Theatre, Kingston, JAM ('Christmas Joy Ride')

December 25, 1970 Regal Theatre, Kingston, JAM ('Christmas Morning Ride On')

December 26, 1970 Sombrero Club, Kingston, JAM

December 27, 1970 The V.I.P. Club, Kingston, JAM

1971

January 1, 1971 Regal Theatre, Kingston, JAM ('New Year’s Morning Ride On Show')

? ?, 1971 Peyton, JAM

? ?, 1971 Carib Theatre, Kingston, JAM (Reggae Splashdown)

February 27, 1971 Tropical Inn, Ocho Rios, JAM

April 21, 1971 Club Maracas, Ocho Rios, JAM

April 22, 1971 Sombrero Club, Kingston, JAM

April 30, 1971 The V.I.P. Club, Kingston, JAM ('Ladies Night')

May 29, 1971 Flamingo Hotel, Kingston, JAM (Fund Raisin Ball)

June 19, 1971 Ward Theatre, Kingston, JAM

June 25, 1971 The V.I.P. Club, Kingston, JAM (Miss Musical Chariot Personality Contest)

July 10, 1971 Regal Theatre, Kingston, JAM (supporting The Four Tops)

July 11, 1971 Regal Theatre, Kingston, JAM (supporting The Four Tops)

July 18, 1971 National Stadium Pool, Kingston, JAM (Miss Jamaica Contest 1971)

July 20, 1971 Theatre Royal, Linstead, JAM (Festival ’71 National Finals)

July 21, 1971 Regal Theatre, Kingston, JAM (supporting The Four Tops)

August 1, 1971 Ferry Inn, Kingston, JAM ('Sunday is Swinging' with The Soulettes & Eric Donaldson)

August 2, 1971 Guantanamo Base, Guantanamo Bay, CUB

August 7, 1971 Playmate Club, Kingston, JAM

August 12, 1971 Sombrero Club, Kingston, JAM

August 21, 1971 Playmate Club, Kingston, JAM

October 3, 1971 Ward Theatre, Kingston, JAM (A Rally of the Corporate Concert)

October 7, 1971 Student Union UCWI, Kingston, JAM (with Ken Boothe)

October 9, 1971 Playmate Club, Kingston, JAM

October 13, 1971 Student Union UWI, Kingston, JAM (An Evening of Pop Music)

November 28, 1971 Ward Theatre, Kingston, JAM (Power to the People Rally)

December 4, 1971 Sombrero Club, Kingston, JAM (Peter Tosh Solo)

December 14, 1971 Ward Theatre, Kingston, JAM (Give Nuggets for the Needy Grand Gala)

December 31, 1971 Concourse Plaza Hotel, New York City, NY (New Years Eve Concert With John Holt)

1972

? ?, 1972 Tottenham Royal, London, ENG

? ?, 1972 Ward Theatre, Kingston, JAM

January 2, 1972 Delaware, USA

January 3, 1972 Queens, NY

January 7, 1972 President Chateau, Bronx, NY

January 8, 1972 Manhattan Centre, New York City, NY

January ?, 1972 Brooklyn, NY

January ?, 1972 Pennsylvania, PA

January 30, 1972 National Arena, Kingston, JAM (Bandwagon ’72, with Clancy Eccles, Ken Boothe, Junior Byles, Judy Mowatt, BB Seaton, Max Romeo, Eric Donaldson, Scotty & Choosen Few, Dennis Alcapone, Delroy Wilson, Bim (Ed Lewis) & Bam)

March ?, 1972 Peckham Manor School, London, ENG (Two 45 minute acoustic lunchtime concerts with Johnny Nash. The pair played songs including Stir It Up, a Marley composition which Nash had just released as a single, and I Can See Clearly Now which went on to be a huge worldwide hit for the soul star. Art teacher Keith Baugh met the pair at the Bag O’Nails club in Soho while out with a friend, Martin Lickert, who was a promoter for Nash and suggested they do a concert at the school because it would be good publicity. The pair also joined pupils for a kick-about in the playground)

April 26, 1972 Birmingham, ENG

May 1, 1972 Speakeasy, London, ENG

May 23, 1972 Jamaica House, Kingston, JAM (Garden Concert, with Scotty, The Chosen Few, Ken Boothe, Judy Mowatt, The Jamaicans, Clancy Eccles & The Fabulous Flames)

May 27, 1972 Jamaica House, Kingston, JAM (Swing Annual Awards Ball. The Wailers won the Best Vocal Group Of The Year award at this ceremony but they didn't attend. On the bill were Inner Circle, Merritone Disco, Dennis Brown, The Tamlins, Judy Mowatt & Orville Wood)

July 16, 1972 De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill, ENG (Bexhill Lions club benefit concert to raise funds for Glynn Gap School swimming pool)

July 22, 1972 Commonwealth Social Club, Croydon, ENG (Grand Midnight Dance)

September 20, 1972 Apollo Theater, New York City, NY (A Night in the Caribbean)

October 7, 1972 Student Union UWI, Kingston, JAM (Pop Festerama and Fete, with Dennis Brown, Inner Circle, Merritone Disco, Lorna Bennett, The Chosen Few, Toots And The Maytals, The Twisters, Scorch, Leo Jones & Totel Togetherness)

October 16, 1972 Club Maracas, Ocho Rios, JAM (Talk of the Town Party)

November 27, 1972 Regal Theatre, Kingston, JAM (Tourism Song Competition Grand Final)

December 18, 1972 Savanna La Mar, JAM (PNP Christmas Groundings, with Inner Circle, Ken Boothe, BB Seaton, The Chosen Few, Judy Mowatt, Junior Byles, Max Romeo, Bim, Delroy Wilson, Dennis Brown, Lorna Bennett, Scotty, Ernie Smith, Joan Seaga Dancers, Alton Ellis & Joe Higgs)

December 20, 1972 Jamaica House, Kingston, JAM (PNP Christmas Groundings, with Inner Circle, Ken Boothe, BB Seaton, The Chosen Few, Judy Mowatt, Junior Byles, Max Romeo, Bim, Delroy Wilson, Dennis Brown, Lorna Bennett, Scotty, Ernie Smith, Joan Seaga Dancers, Alton Ellis & Joe Higgs)

1973

Catch a Fire Tour

April 1973 Admiral Ken's Bouncing Ball Club, Peckham, ENG (cancelled)

April 27, 1973 Coleman Club, Nottingham, ENG

April 28, 1973 Lancaster University, Lancaster, ENG

April 29, 1973 Mr. B's, Peckham, ENG

May 1, 1973 Old Grey Whistle Test, London, ENG (TV Programme)

May 1, 1973 London, ENG (UK Radio "Top Gear")

May 2, 1973 Hatfield Polytechnic, Hatfield, ENG

May 4, 1973 York University, Heslington, England

May 5, 1973 Manchester University, Manchester, ENG

May 6, 1973 67 Club, Wolverhampton, ENG

May 8, 1973 Essex University, Colchester, ENG

May 9, 1973 Boobs, Bristol, ENG

May 11, 1973 North Staffs. Polytechnic, Stafford, ENG

May 12, 1973 Middleton St. George College, Teesside, ENG

May 13, 1973 Mr. B's, Peckham, ENG

May 15-18, 1973 Speakeasy, London, ENG

May 19, 1973 Town Hall, Hitchin, ENG

May 20, 1973 Greyhound Pub, London, ENG

May 22, 1973 Fantasia, Northampton, ENG

May 23, 1973 Leicester Polytechnic, Leicester, ENG

May 24, 1973 Paris Theatre, London, ENG (UK Radio "In Concert")

May 25, 1973 Rolle College, Exmouth, ENG

May 26, 1973 Bamboo Club, Bristol, ENG

May 27, 1973 Sundown, Edmonton, ENG (Afternoon Show)

May 28, 1973 Top Rank, Birmingham, ENG

May 29, 1973 Coach House, Southampton, ENG

July 11-15, 1973 Paul's Mall, Boston, MA (supported by Proctor & Bergman)

July 18-21, 1973 Max's Kansas City, New York City, NY (Supporting Bruce Springsteen)

September 15-16, 1973 Felt Forum, New York City, NY (Reggae Festival)

Burnin' Tour

October 9, 1973 Homestead, FL

October ?, 1973 Lexington, KY

October 12, 1973 Sportatorium, Hollywood, FL

October 13, 1973 Curtis Hixon Hall, Tampa, FL (supporting Sly & the Family Stone)

October 14, 1973 U.S. Naval Academy's Halsey Field House, Annapolis, MD (supporting Sly & the Family Stone)

October 15, 1973 Las Vegas, NV (supporting Sly & the Family Stone & Atlee Yeager Band)

October 16, 1973 Bijou Café, Philadelphia, PA

October 19-20, 1973 Matrix, San Francisco, CA (Replacing Sons Of Champlin)

October 21, 1973 Ice Palace, Las Vegas, NV (supporting Sly & The Family Stone)

October 22, 1973 University of Colorado, Boulder, CO

October 23, 1973 Philharmonic Hall, New York City, NY

October 24, 1973 Capitol Records Tower Studio, Los Angeles, CA (Rehearsals)

October 25, 1973 Robertson Gym, University Of California, Santa Barbara, CA (supporting Sly & The Family Stone)

October 26-27, 1973 Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles, CA (supporting Sly & The Family Stone)

October 28, 1973 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA (supporting Sly & the Family Stone)

October 29-30, 1973 Matrix, San Francisco, CA

October 31, 1973 Record Plant Studios, Sausalito, CA (KSAN Broadcast)

October 31, 1973 Coliseum, Richmond, VA

November 1, 1973 Georgia Tech., Atlanta, GA

November 3, 1973 Cornell University Barton Hall, Ithaca, NY (cancelled appearance, supporting Sly & The Family Stone)

November 3, 1973 Paul's Mall, Boston, MA

November 4, 1973 Orpheum Theater, Boston, MA

November 5, 1973 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA

November 16, 1973 Trent Polytechnic, Nottingham, ENG (cancelled)

November 17, 1973 University of Bradford Union, Bradford, ENG (cancelled, supported by Pahana)

November 18, 1973 Mayfair Ballroom, Birmingham, ENG (cancelled)

November 19, 1973 Top Of The World, Stafford, ENG (cancelled)

November 20, 1973 Locarno, Blackpool, ENG (cancelled)

November 22, 1973 Liverpool University, Liverpool, ENG (cancelled)

November 22, 1973 Locarno, Blackpool, ENG

November 23, 1973 Leeds Polytechnic, Leeds, ENG

November 24, 1973 Manchester Polytechnic, Manchester, ENG (supported by Ingroville)

November 25, 1973 Outlook, Doncaster, ENG

November 26, 1973 Kensington House, London, ENG (UK Radio "Top Gear")

November 28, 1973 Leicester Polytechnic, Leicester, ENG

November 29, 1973 Warwick University, Coventry, ENG (supported by Steve Gibbons Band)

November 30, 1973 Lancaster University, Lancaster, ENG (cancelled)

November 30, 1973 Northampton College of Education, Northampton, ENG

December 1, 1973 Hull University, Hull, ENG (Cancelled)

December 2, 1973 Mayfair Ballroom, Birmingham, ENG (Cancelled)

December 3, 1973 Top Of The World, Stafford, ENG (Cancelled)

December 5, 1973 Outlook, Doncaster, ENG (Cancelled)

December 6, 1973 Lyceum, London, ENG (Cancelled)

December 7, 1973 Sussex University, Brighton, ENG (Cancelled)

December 8, 1973 Bedford College Of Education, Bedford, ENG (Cancelled)

December 12, 1973 Essex University, Colchester, ENG (Cancelled)

December 13, 1973 Cats Wiskers, Oldham, ENG (Cancelled)

December 15, 1973 California Ballroom, Dunstable, ENG (Cancelled)

1974

May, 19, 1974 Turntable Club, Kingston, JAM (Marvin Gaye's Welcome to Jamaica)

May 21, 1974 Carib Theatre, Kingston, JAM (with Marvin Gaye)

May 23, 1974 National Arena, Kingston, JAM (with Marvin Gaye)

1975

February 15, 1975 National Stadium, Kingston, JAM (Cancelled, rescheduled for March 8th supporting The Jackson Five)

March 8, 1975 National Stadium, Kingston, JAM (supporting The Jackson Five)

Natty Dread Tour

April 1-6, 1975 Boarding House, San Francisco, CA (cancelled)

June 5, 1975 Diplomat Hotel, Miami, FL

June 8, 1975 Massey Hall, Toronto, ON

June 9-10, 1975 Quiet Knight Club, Chicago, IL

June 14, 1975 Showcase Theater, Detroit, IL

June 16, 1975 Agora Theatre, Cleveland, OH (supported by The Numbers Band)

June 18, 1975 Central Park Wollman Skating Rink, New York City, NY (The Schaefer Music Festival 1975)

June 20, 1975 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA

June 21, 1975 Manhattan Center, New York City, NY

June 22, 1975 Bushnell Memorial Hall, Hartford, CT

June 23-29, 1975 Paul's Mall, Boston, MA (2 shows each night 8.30 & 10.30)

July 4-7, 1975 The Boarding House, San Francisco, CA

July 8, 1975 Paramount Theatre, Oakland, CA (supported by Martha Reeves)

July 9-13, 1975 Roxy, Los Angeles, CA (supported by Martha Reeves)

July ?, 1975 CBS Studio City, Hollywood, CA (US TV "The Manhattan Transfer Show" performing two songs, though only "Kinky Reggae" was aired. Broadcast August 10, 1975)

July 17-18, 1975 Lyceum Theatre, London, ENG (supported by Third World)

July 19, 1975 Odeon, Birmingham, ENG (supported by Third World)

July 20, 1975 Hard Rock, Manchester, ENG (supported by Third World)

August 29, 1975 National Arena, Kingston, JAM

September 3, 1975 Bob makes a surprise appearance at an I-Three's Concert

October 4, 1975 National Stadium, Kingston, JAM (Holiday Jamaica "Dream Concert" supporting Stevie Wonder)

1976

Rastaman Vibration Tour

April 23, 1976 Tower Theater, Upper Darby, PA

April 24, 1976 McDonough Arena, Washington, DC

April 25, 1976 Music Hall, Boston, MA (2 shows 4.00 & 8.00)

April 30-May 1, 1976 Beacon Theatre, New York City, NY (2 shows at 7.30 & 11.30)

May 4, 1976 Centre Sportif, Montreal, QC

May 5, 1976 Convocation Hall, Toronto, ON (2 shows)

May 6, 1976 Century Theater, Buffalo, NY

May 7, 1976 Music Hall, Cleveland, OH

May 10, 1976 Masonic Temple, Detroit, MI

May 11, 1976 Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL

May 13, 1976 Orchestra Hall, Minneapolis, MS

May 14, 1976 Ambassador Theatre, St. Louis, MO

May 20, 1976 Music Hall, Houston, TX

May 22, 1976 Auditorium Arena, Denver, CO

May 24, 1976 Mississippi Coliseum, Jackson, MS

May 25, 1976 San Diego Civic Theatre, San Diego, CA

May 26, 1976 Roxy Theatre, West Hollywood, CA

May 27, 1976 Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA

May 29-30, 1976 Paramount Theatre, Oakland, CA (2 shows at 8.00 & 11.30 supported by Little Anthony & The Imperials)

May 31, 1976 Santa Barbara Bowl, Santa Barbara, CA (supported by Little Anthony)

June 1, 1976 Miami, FL

June 2, 1976 Little Theatre, Natchez, MS

June 3, 1976 CL Club, Natchez, MS

June 6, 1976 Messegelände, Offenburg, GER (Sunrise Festival)

June 8, 1976 Philipshalle, Düsseldorf, GER

June 9, 1976 Laeiszhalle, Hamburg, GER

June 10, 1976 Gröna Lund, Stockholm, SWE

June 13, 1976 Jaap Edenhal, Amsterdam, NED

June 14, 1976 Annulé, Paris, FRA

June 15-18, 1976 Hammersmith Odeon, London, ENG (2 shows on 17 & 18)

June 19, 1976 Ninian Park, Cardiff, WAL (West Coast Rock Show)

June 20, 1976 Civic Hall, Wolverhampton, ENG

June 22, 1976 Odeon, Birmingham, ENG

June 23, 1976 Colston Hall, Bristol, ENG

June 24, 1976 University of Exeter Great Hall, Exeter, ENG

June 26, 1976 University of Leeds, Leeds, ENG (2 shows)

June 27, 1976 Kings Hall, Belle Vue, Manchester, ENG

December 5, 1976 National Heroes Park, Kingston, JAM (Smile Jamaica)

1977

Exodus Tour

May 10, 1977 Pavillon Baltard, Paris, FRA

May 11, 1977 Forest National, Brussels, BEL

May 13, 1977 Houtrust Hallen, Den Haag, NED

May 15, 1977 Circus Krone, Munich, GER

May 16, 1977 Rhein-Neckar-Halle, Heidelberg, GER

May 17, 1977 Congress Centrum, Hamburg, GER

May 18, 1977 Eissporthalle, Berlin, GER

May 20, 1977 Gröna Lund, Stockholm, SWE

May 22, 1977 Folketeatret, Copenhagen, DEN

May 23, 1977 Scandinavium, Gothenburg, SWE

May ?, 1977 London, ENG (UK TV "Top of the Pops")

June 1-6, 1977 Rainbow, London, ENG (supported by Rico Rodriguez. The 5th & 6th were cancelled)

July 9, 1977 Gussman Hall, Miami, FL (cancelled)

July 10, 1977 Civic Center, Lakeland, FL (cancelled)

July 12, 1977 Fox Theater, Atlanta, GA (cancelled)

July 15, 1977 University Of New Orleans, New Orleans, LA (cancelled)

July 16, 1977 Paramount, Austin, TX (cancelled)

July 17, 1977 Texas Hall, Arlington, TX (cancelled)

July 18, 1977 Music Hall, Houston, TX (cancelled)

July 20, 1977 Red Rocks, Morrison, CO (cancelled)

July 22, 1977 Orpheum Theater, Vancouver, BC (cancelled)

July 23, 1977 Paramount Northwest Theater, Seattle, WA (cancelled)

July 24, 1977 Paramount Theater, Portland, OR (cancelled)

July 29, 1977 Hearst Greek Theatre, University of California, Berkeley, CA (cancelled)

July 30, 1977 County Bowl, Santa Barbara, CA (cancelled)

July 31, 1977 Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles, CA (cancelled)

August 1, 1977 The Civic, San Diego, CA (cancelled)

August 4, 1977 Northrop Auditorium, Minneapolis, MN (cancelled)

August 5, 1977 Auditorium, Chicago, IL (cancelled)

August 6, 1977 Keil Opera House, St. Louis, MO (cancelled)

August 7, 1977 Masonic Auditorium, Detroit, MI (cancelled)

August 9, 1977 Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, ON (cancelled)

August 10, 1977 Forum, Montreal, QC (cancelled)

August 11, 1977 Music Hall, Boston, MA (cancelled)

August 12, 1977 Capitol Center, Landiver, MD (cancelled)

August 13, 1977 Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh, PA (cancelled)

August 15, 1977 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (cancelled)

August 16, 1977 Mid-Hudson Civic Center, Poughkeepsie, PA (cancelled)

August 18-20, 1977 Palladium, New York City, NY (cancelled)

August 21, 1977 Music Inn, Lenox, MA (cancelled)

August 24, 1977 Spectrum, Reading, PA (cancelled)

September 2, 1977 Civic Center, San Diego, CA (cancelled)

September 3, 1977 Burbank Starlight Theater, Burbank, CA (cancelled)

September 4, 1977 Santa Barbara County Bowl, Santa Barbara, CA (cancelled)

September 26, 1977 Music Hall, Boston, MA (cancelled)

September 28, 1977 Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh, PA (cancelled)

1978

February 26, 1978 National Heroes Stadium, Kingston, JAM (Bob leads a chant session at the stadium, and reportedly, two 20 second earthquakes are felt in Jamaica soon after)

April 22 1978 National Stadium, Kingston, JAM (One Love Peace Concert)

Kaya Tour

May 4, 1978 Jai Alai Fronton, Tampa, FL (Cancelled)

May 5, 1978 Jai Alai Fronton, Miami, FL (Cancelled)

May 6, 1978 Fox Theatre, Atlanta, GA (Cancelled)

May 7, 1978 The Warehouse, New Orleans, LA (Cancelled)

May 11, 1978 Music Hall, Houston, TX (Cancelled)

May 12, 1978 Will Rogers Auditorium, Fort Worth, TX (Cancelled)

May 14, 1978 University of Texas Paramount Theater, Austin, TX (Cancelled)

May 18, 1978 Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, MI

May 19, 1978 Music Hall, Cleveland, OH

May 24, 1978 Veterans Memorial Auditorium, Columbus, OH (supported by The Imperials)

May 25, 1978 Orpheum Theater, Madison, WI (2 shows)

May 27, 1978 Uptown Theatre, Chicago, IL

May 29, 1978 Performing Arts Cente, Milwaukee, WI (2 shows)

May 30, 1978 Northrop Auditorium, Minneapolis, MN

June 2, 1978 Stanley Theater, Pittsburgh, PA

June 3, 1978 Landmark Theatre, Syracuse, NY (supported by The Imperials)

June 4, 1978 Masonic Temple, Detroit, IL

June 5, 1978 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supported by The Imperials)

June 8, 1978 Music Hall, Boston, MA (2 shows at 7.00 & 10.00)

June 9, 1978 Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, ON (supported by Tower of Power)

June 10, 1978 Forum, Montreal, QC

June 11, 1978 Shea's Theater, Buffalo, NY (Cancelled)

June 12, 1978 Civic Center, Poughkeepsie, NY

June 14, 1978 Pinecrest Country Club, Shelton, CT

June 16, 1978 Capital Centre, Landover, MD

June 17, 1978 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY (supported by Stanley Clarke & School Days)

June 18, 1978 Music Inn, Lenox, MA

June 22, 1978 New Bingley Hall, Stafford, ENG

June 25-27, 1978 Pavillon de Paris, Paris, FRA

June 28, 1978 Plaza de Toros, Ibiza, SPA

June 29, 1978 Scandinavium, Hothenburg, SWE (Cancelled)

June 30, 1978 Gröna Lund, Stockholm, SWE

July 1, 1978 Roskilde Festival, Roskilde, DEN

July 2, 1978 Horten, NOR (Hortens Festivalen 1978)

July 4, 1978 Hala Olivia, Gdansk, POL

July 7, 1978 Ahoy, Rotterdam, NED

July 8, 1978 IJshall, Geleen, NED

July 9, 1978 Forest National, Brussels, BEL

July 13, 1978 Top of the Pops, London, ENG (BBC TV broadcast)

July 14, 1978 Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver, BC (2 shows 6.00 & 10.00)

July 15, 1978 Paramount Northwest Theatre, Seattle, WA (2 shows)

July 16, 1978 Paramount Theatre, Portland, OR

July 18, 1978 Civic Center, Santa Cruz, CA

July 21, 1978 Greek Theater, University of California, Berkeley, CA

July 22, 1978 Starlight Amphitheater, Burbank, CA (supported by The Imperials. Peter Tosh joined for the encore "Get Up, Stand Up")

July 23, 1978 County Bowl, Santa Barbara, CA

July 24, 1978 SDSU Open Air Theatre, San Diego, CA

July 25, 1978 Roxy, Los Angeles, CA

July 27, 1978 Municipal Auditorium, Austin, TX

July 28, 1978 Tarrant County Convention Center, Fort Worth, TX

July 29, 1978 Music Hall, Houston, TX

July 30, 1978 The Warehouse, New Orleans, LA

August 1, 1978 Fox Theatre, Atlanta, GA

August 5, 1978 Jai Alai Fronton, Miami, FL

1979

Babylon by Bus Tour

March 16, 1979 Stade Félix Houphouët-Boigny, Abidjan, Ivory Coast (cancelled)

March 17, 1979 Palais des Congrès, Abidjan, Ivory Coast (cancelled)

Bob Marley Japanese Tour 1979

April 5-6, 1979 Shinjuku Kosei Nenkin Kaikan, Tokyo, JPN

April 7, 1979 Shibuya Public Hall, Tokyo, JPN (2 shows)

April 10, 1979 Nakano Sun Plaza, Tokyo, JPN (2 shows)

April 11, 1979 Osaka Kōsei Nenkin Kaikan, Osaka, JPN

April 13, 1979 Festival Hall, Osaka, JPN

April 16, 1979 Western Springs Stadium, Auckland, NZ

Bob Marley Australian Tour 1979

April 18, 1979 Festival Hall, Brisbane, AUS

April 20-21, 1979 Apollo Stadium, Adelaide, AUS

April 23, 1979 Entertainment Centre, Perth, AUS

April 25-26, 1979 Festival Hall, Melbourne, AUS

April 27-29, 1979 Hordern Pavilion, Sydney, AUS

May 1, 1979 Festival Hall, Melbourne, AUS

May 5, 1979 Lahaina Civic Center, Lahaina, HI

May 6, 1979 Waikiki Shell, Honolulu, HI

July 7, 1979 Jarrett Park, Montego Bay, JAM (Reggae Sunsplash)

July 21,1979 Harvard Stadium, Boston, MA (Amandla Festival)

September 23, 1979 National Hereos Arena, Kingston, JAM

Survival Tour

October 21, 1979 Harvard Stadium, Boston, MA (with Stevie Wonder)

October 22, 1979 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY

October 25-28, 1979 Apollo Theater, New York City, NY (2 shows on 25, 26 & 27)

October 31, 1979 Cotterell Court, Hamilton, NY

November 1, 1979 Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, ON

November 2, 1979 Forum, Montreal, QC

November 3, 1979 Civic Centre, Ottawa, ON

November 4, 1979 Memorial Hall, Burlington, VT (2 shows at 7.30 & 10.30, supported by Betty Wright)

November 7, 1979 Pennsylvania Hall, Philadelphia, PA (Benefit concert for the Black Music Association, supported by Betty Wright)

November 10, 1979 Cobo Hall, Detroit, MI (with King Sundiata Keita, supported by Betty Wright)

November 11, 1979 Dane County Coliseum, Madison, WI

November 12, 1979 The Auditorium, Milwaukee, WI

November 13, 1979 Uptown Theatre, Chicago, IL

November 15, 1979 Northrop Auditorium, Minneapolis, MN (supported by Betty Wright)

November 17, 1979 Kinsmen Fieldhouse, Edmonton, AB

November 19, 1979 Paramount Theatre, Portland, OR (supported by Betty Wright)

November 20, 1979 Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA (2 shows)

November 21, 1979 Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, BC

November 23, 1979 Pauley Pavilion, Los Angeles, CA

November 24, 1979 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA

November 25, 1979 Santa Barbara Bowl, Santa Barbara, CA

November 27, 1979 Roxy, Los Angeles, CA (benefit for the Sugar Ray Robinson Youth Foundation)

November 30, 1979 Oakland Auditorium Arena, Oakland, CA (with Ronnie Wood and Donald Kinsey)

December 1, 1979 Freeborn Hall, Davis, CA

December 2, 1979 Civic Auditorium, Santa Cruz, CA (2 shows at 6.30 & 10.00, supported by Betty Wright)

December 5, 1979 Denver University Arena, Denver, CO

December 6, 1979 Hoch Auditorium, Lawrence, KS (supported by Blue Riddim Band)

December 7, 1979 Dallas, TX

December 8, 1979 Vanderbilt University Memorial Gymnasium, Nashville, TN (supported by Betty Wright)

December 11, 1979 New Orleans, LA

December 12, 1979 Fox Theatre, Atlanta, GA

December 13, 1979 Jai Alai Fronton, Tampa, FL

December 14, 1979 Brothers Music Hall, Birmingham, AL

December 15, 1979 Queen Elizabeth Sports Center, Nassau, BAH (benefit concert for Bahamian children)

1980

January 4 & 6, 1980 Gymnase Omnisport Bongo, Libreville, GAB

April 18-19, 1980 Rufaro Stadium, Salisbury, ZIM (Zimbabwe Independence Concert)

Uprising Tour

May 30, 1980 Hallenstadion, Zurich, SUI

June 1, 1980 Reitstadion, Munich, GER (Open Air Festival, supporting Fleetwood Mac)

June 3, 1980 Palais des Sports, Grenoble, FRA

June 4, 1980 Parc des Sports, Dijon, FRA

June 6, 1980 Sporthalle, Cologne, GER

June 7, 1980 Crystal Palace Concert Bowl, London, ENG

June 8, 1980 Betzenberg Stadion, Kaiserslautern, GER (Kaiserslautern Festival, supporting Fleetwood Mac)

June 9, 1980 Hall Rhenus, Strasbourg, FRA

June 10, 1980 Parc des Expositions, Orléans, FRA

June 11, 1980 Exposition Hall, Bordeaux, FRA

June 13, 1980 Westfalenhalle, Dortmund, GER

June 14, 1980 Ernst-Merck-Halle, Hamburg, GER

June 16, 1980 Drammenshallen, Drammen, NOR

June 17, 1980 Gröna Lund, Stockholm, SWE

June 18, 1980 Forum, Copenhagen, DEN

June 20, 1980 Waldbühne, Berlin, GER

June 21, 1980 Eissporthalle, Kassel, GER

June 22, 1980 Forest National, Brussels, BEL

June 23, 1980 Ahoy, Rotterdam, NED

June 24, 1980 Zénith de Lille, Lille, FRA

June 26, 1980 Stade Mayol, Toulon, FRA

June 27, 1980 San Siro Stadio, Milan, ITY (supported by the Average White Band, Pino Daniele & Roberto Ciotti)

June 28, 1980 Stadio Comunale, Turin, ITY (supported by the Average White Band, Pino Daniele & Roberto Ciotti)

June 29, 1980 Estadio Román Valero, Madrid, SPA (cancelled, supported by the Average White Band)

June 30, 1980 Plaza de Toros, Barcelona, SPA (supported by the Average White Band)

July 2, 1980 Palais de la Beaujoire, Nantes, FRA

July 3, 1980 Le Bourget, Paris, FRA

July 6, 1980 Dalymount Park, Dublin, IRE (supported by Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance, who replaced the Average White Band)

July 8-9, 1980 Brighton Centre, Brighton, ENG

July 10-11, 1980 Apollo, Glasgow, SCOT

July 12, 1980 Deeside Leisure Centre, Queensferry, WAL

July 13, 1980 New Bingley Hall, Stafford, ENG

September 16, 1980 JB Hynes Auditorium, Boston, MA

September 17, 1980 Meehan Auditorium, Providence, RI

September 19-20, 1980 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY (supporting The Commodores, with Kurtis Blow)

September 23, 1980 Stanley Theater, Pittsburgh, PA

September 25, 1980 Cole Field House, College Park, MD (cancelled)

September 26, 1980 Irvine Auditorium, Philadelphia, PA (cancelled)

September 28, 1980 Stony Brook University, Long Island, NY (cancelled)

October 1, 1980 Syracuse Area Landmark Theater, Syracuse, NY (cancelled)

October 2, 1980 Burlington, VT (cancelled)

October 3-4,1980 The Forum, Montreal, QC (cancelled)

October 6, 1980 Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, ON (cancelled)

October 7, 1980 London Gardens, London, ON (cancelled)

October 9, 1980 Ohio State University Mershon Auditorium, Columbus, OH (cancelled)

October 11, 1980 Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, MI (cancelled)

October 15, 1980 Dane County Memorial Coliseum, WI (cancelled)

October 19, 1980 Northrop Auditorium, Minneapolis, MN (cancelled)

October 22, 1980 Boulder, CO (cancelled)

October 28, 1980 Paramount Theater, Portland, OR (cancelled)

1981

May 21, 1981 National Arena, Kingston, JAM (Funeral service)

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