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The Roadrunners

Simon Dupree & The Big Sound

February 5, 1967 Granada, Bedford, ENG (supporting Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich, Easybeats, with David Garrick, The Vision & Compere Don Spencer)

Package Tour headlined by The Beach Boys with Helen Shapiro, Simon Dupree & The Big Sound, The Nite People, The Marionettes, Terry Reid & Peter Jay's Jaywalkers with Compere - Alan Field

May 4, 1967 Hammersmith Odeon, London, ENG (2 shows 6.45 & & 9.00)

May 5, 1967 Finsbury Park Astoria, London, ENG (2 shows 6.40 & 9.10)

May 6, 1967 Odeon, Birmingham, ENG (2 shows 6.30 & 9.00)

May 8, 1967 Odeon, Manchester, ENG (2 shows 6.15 & 8.45)

May 9, 1967 Odeon, Glasgow, SCOT (2 shows 6.40 & 9.00)

May 10, 1967 A.B.C., Edinburgh, SCOT (2 shows 6.30 & 8.50)

May 13, 1967 Roundhouse, London, ENG (supported by Jimmy Winston and Winston's Fumbs & Sam Gopal Indian Band)

October 6, 1967 Mecca Royal, Tottenham, ENG

1968

March 19, 1968 City Hall, Newcastle, ENG (2 shows 6.30 & 8.45 supporting Small Faces, with PP Arnold, The Symbols & The Nerve)

March 23, 1968 Starlight Room, Boston, ENG (supported by Wild Angels & Tuesday's Children)

Package Tour with Gene Pitney, Amen Corner, Simon Dupree & The Big Sound, Status Quo, Don Partridge, Lucas & The Mike Cotton Sound & (compere) Tony Brandon

April 5, 1968 Lewisham Odeon, London, ENG

April 6, 1968 Gaumont, Hanley, ENG

April 7, 1968 Coventry Theatre, Coventry, ENG

April 9, 1968 Odeon, Glasgow, SCOT (Amen Corner replaced by Marmalade)

April 10, 1968 Odeon, Manchester, ENG

April 11, 1968 Gaumont, Wolverhampton, ENG (Amen Corner replaced by Love Affair)

April 12, 1968 Odeon, Leeds, ENG

April 13-14, 1968 ABC, Blackpool, ENG (Amen Corner replaced by Love Affair)

April 15, 1968 Gaumont, Derby, ENG (Amen Corner replaced by Love Affair)

April 17, 1968 Capitol, Cardiff, WAL

April 18, 1968 Colston Hall, Bristol, ENG

April 19, 1968 East Ham Granada, London, ENG

April 20, 1968 Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, ENG

April 21, 1968 De Montfort Hall, Leicester, ENG

April 23, 1968 ABC, Gloucester, ENG

April 24, 1968 Guildhall, Portsmouth, ENG

April 25, 1968 Odeon, Birmingham, ENG (Amen Corner replaced by Honeybus)

April 26, 1968 Granada, Sutton, ENG

April 27, 1968 Finsbury Park Astoria, London, ENG

April 28, 1968 Empire, Liverpool, ENG

April 30, 1968 Granada, Bedford, ENG

May 1, 1968 ABC, Peterborough, ENG

May 2, 1968 ABC, Stockton, ENG

May 3, 1968 City Hall, Sheffield, ENG (Amen Corner replaced by The Move)

May 4, 1968 City Hall, Newcastle, ENG

May 5, 1968 Hammersmith Odeon, London, ENG

May 7, 1968 Walthamstow Granada, London, ENG

August 2, 1968 Metropole Exhibition Hall, Brighton, ENG (with Tremeloes, Marmalade, Nice, Spooky Tooth & Mike Stuart Span)

September 1-7, 1968 Top Hat Club, Spennymore, ENG

September 8-14, 1968 Excel Club, Middlesbrough, ENG

October 4, 1968 Colston Hall, Bristol, ENG (supporting Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich, with Madeline Bell, Dr. Marigold's Prescription, Tony Brandon & Dominic Grant)

January 25, 1969 The Cobweb, Hastings, ENG

March 1, 1969 Club Fiesta, Stockton-on-Tees, ENG

April 6-9 & 11-12, 1969 Club Fiesta, Stockton-on-Tees, ENG (supported by Marv Johnson)

Gentle Giant

1970

May 9, 1970 Portsmouth Polytechnic Union House, Portsmouth, ENG (First gig supported by Fairfield Parlour)

June 6, 1970 Exeter University, Exeter, ENG (Cancelled)

June 20, 1970 Klein Flottbek, Hamburg, GER (“Hamburg Open Air Pop Festival”, with Humble Pie, Black Sabbath, Steamhammer, East of Eden & Uriah Heep)

June 25, 1970 Haverstock Hill Country Club, London, ENG

July 2, 1970 Speakeasy, London, ENG

July 4, 1970 Portsmouth Stadium, Portsmouth, ENG ("Popday '70" with Keef Hartley Band, Uriah Heep, East of Eden, Strawbs, Hokfoot, Gypsy, Heaven, Rosemary & (compere) Mike Raven)

July 10, 1970 Mother's, Birmingham, ENG (supporting Andy Ferris)

July 15, 1970 Marquee, London, ENG (supporting Slade)

September 10 or 17, 1970 Concorde Club, Southampton, ENG

September 14, 1970 Marquee, London, ENG (supported by Czar, with Jenks)

October 9, 1970 The Temple, London, ENG (supported by Kiss & Tear Gas)

November 14, 1970 Exeter University, Exeter, ENG (supporting Ginger Baker's Air Force, with Quartermass)

November 27, 1970 Maryland, Glasgow, SCOT

November 28, 1970 Country Club, Kirklevington, ENG

December 2, 1970 Aquarius Birdcage, Harlow, ENG (with Gnidrolog)

December 5, 1970 Bumpers, London, ENG

December 7, 1970 Bolton Casino, Bolton, ENG (supported by Embryo & Mike Harding)

December 10, 1970 Lyceum, London, ENG (supporting Colosseum, with Nucleus)

December 12, 1970 Speakeasy, London, ENG

December 18, 1970 Coatham Hotel, Redcar, ENG (Redcar Jazz Club)

December 19, 1970 Durham University, Durham, ENG

December 30, 1970 Tooting Castle, London, ENG (supported by Czar)

? ?, 1970 Technical College, Eastleigh, ENG (unconfirmed)

? ?, 1970 Fareham Youth Center, Fareham, ENG

? ?, 1970 The Woolston, Southampton, ENG

? ?, 1970 Llandaff Technical College, Cardiff, WAL

? ?, 1970 Trent Polytechnic, Nottingham, ENG

? ?, 1970 South Parade Pier, Portsmouth, ENG

? ?, 1970 Balls Park Teacher Training College, Hertford, ENG

1971

? ?, 1971 Tricorn Club, Portsmouth, ENG (Backing Richard Barnes)

? ?, 1971 Tricorn Club, Portsmouth, ENG

January 16, 1971 Imperial College, London, ENG (with Affinity)

January 22, 1971 Bedford College, London, ENG (with Uriah Heep)

January 29, 1971 Exeter University, Exeter, ENG

January 31, 1971 Palace Theatre, Southend-on-Sea, ENG (supporting Uriah Heep)

February 2, 1971 Lyceum, London, ENG

February 7, 1971 Torrington, London, ENG

February 12, 1971 King Alfred’s College John Stripe Theatre, Winchester, ENG

February 18, 1971 NEL Polytechnic, London, ENG (supporting Colosseum)

February 26, 1971 Horseshoe Pub, London, ENG

February 27, 1971 Manchester University Student Union, Manchester, ENG (supporting Colosseum)

March 1, 1971 City of London Polytechnic, London, ENG (supporting Swegas, with Formerly Fat Harry & Gehenna)

March 5, 1971 Didsbury College of Education, Manchester, ENG

March 13, 1971 Memorial Hall, Polesworth, ENG

March 18, 1971 University of Manchester, Manchester, ENG (with Supertramp)

March 19, 1971 Winter Gardens Empress Ballroom, Blackpool, ENG (Arts Ball, with Colosseum, Marmalade & Mott the Hoople)

March 20, 1971 Thames Polytechnic Student Union, London, ENG (supported by Maya & Third World War)

March 22, 1971 Granary Club, Bristol, ENG (supported by Bucephalus)

March 26, 1971 Kursaal Ballroom, Southend-on-Sea, ENG (supporting Brian Auger’s Oblivion Express, Gypsy & Egg)

? ?, 1971 Market Hall, Haverfordwest, WAL (supported by Gnidrolog)

? ?, 1971 Cavern Club, Liverpool, ENG

March 31, 1971 Weser-Ems Halle, Oldenburg, GER (supporting Colosseum)

April 1, 1971 Musikhalle, Hamburg, GER (supporting Colosseum)

April 2, 1971 Mulltonne, Hannover, GER (supporting Colosseum)

April 5, 1971 Circus Krone, Munich, GER (supporting Colosseum)

April 6, 1971 Meistersingerhalle, Nurnberg, GER (supporting Colosseum)

April 7, 1971 Philipshalle, Dusseldorf, GER (supporting Colosseum)

April 8, 1971 Stadthalle, Offenbach, GER (supporting Colosseum)

April 17, 1971 Haymarket Theatre, Basingstoke, ENG (supporting Renaissance, with Journey (not the US group) Llyn Tawton & dance group the Sinners)

April 30, 1971 Faculté d'Assas, Paris, FRA (supporting Colosseum)

May 8, 1971 Twickenham College Student Union, London, ENG (supporting Stone the Crows)

May 30, 1971 Palace Theatre Southend-on-Sea, ENG (supporting Lindisfarne)

June 4, 1971 City University, London, ENG ("Vertigo Showcase" tour, with the Graham Bond Magick, Warhorse, Catapilla & Jimmy Campbell)

June 17, 1971 Tower Ballroom, Great Yarmouth, ENG ("Vertigo Showcase" tour, with the Graham Bond Magick, Warhorse & Jimmy Campbell)

June 18, 1971 Guildhall, Southampton, ENG (supporting Groundhogs)

June 19, 1971 Guildhall, Plymouth, ENG (supporting Groundhogs)

June 22, 1971 Town Hall, Oxford, ENG ("Vertigo Showcase" tour, with the Graham Bond Magick, Warhorse & Jimmy Campbell)

June 24, 1971 Dorothy Ballroom, Cambridge, ENG ("Vertigo Showcase" tour, with the Graham Bond Magick, Warhorse & Jimmy Campbell)

July 2, 1971 Winter Gardens, Eastbourne, ENG

July 3, 1971 Queen's Hall, Widnes, ENG (supported by Heavy Light, Oblet, Schunge & Alcestis)

July 4, 1971 Kinema Ballroom, Fife, SCOT (supported by the Change)

? ?, 1971 Zoom Club, Frankfurt, GER

Drummer Martin Smith left replaced by 18-year-old Malcolm Mortimore

August 21, 1971 The Temple, London, ENG (supporting Black Widow, with Flying Hatband)

August 22, 1971 Trentham Gardens, Stoke-on-Trent, ENG (supporting T Rex)

August 28, 1971 Clacton-on-Sea, ENG ("Weeley Festival" cancelled appearance supporting T Rex & the Faces)

September 4, 1971 Rheinhalbinsel, Speyer, GER (“2-Tage Festival” - "British Rock Meeting" supporting Black Sabbath)

September 5, 1971 Stadthalle, Vienna, AUT (“2-Tage Festival” - ”Sensational British Superstar Festival” supporting Black Sabbath)

September 10, 1971 Pavillion Gardens, Buxton, ENG ("Sound 71 Blues and Progressive Festival", supporting the Groundhogs & the Edgar Broughton Band, with East of Eden, Paladin, Juicy Lucy & Brewers Droop)

September 11, 1971 Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, ENG (2 shows 6.15 & 9.00, supporting Groundhogs)

September 12, 1971 Fox at Greyhound, Croydon, ENG (supporting Edgar Broughton Band

September 27, 1971 Quaintways, Chester, ENG (supporting If)

October 8, 1971 Ablemarle Club, Romford, ENG

October 9, 1971 Borough Road College, Isleworth, ENG (with Black Widow & Supertramp)

October 10, 1971 Civic Centre New Lord's Club, Gravesend, ENG (supporting Mick Abrahams Band)

October 15, 1971 Laughor Welfare Hall, Swansea, WAL

October 16, 1971 Southampton University, Southampton, ENG

October 18, 1971 Southampton University, Southampton, ENG

October 23, 1971 London School of Economics, London, ENG (supporting Groundhogs)

November 5, 1971 Harrow Technical College, London, ENG (with Callum Bryce)

November 6, 1971 Shenstone College, Bromsgrove, ENG (supporting  Renaissance, with Roger Ruskin Spear)

November 18, 1971 Underworld, Southall, ENG

November ?, 1971 Germany

November 24, 1971 Marquee, London, ENG (cancelled, due to being stranded in Belgium)

November 26, 1971 Highfield Comprehensive School, Liverpool, ENG (supporting Black Widow)

December 3, 1971 Two J's Club, Braintree, ENG (with Copperfield)

December 8, 1971 Whitley Abbey School, Coventry, ENG (supporting Dando Shaft)

December 17, 1971 Northwest Kent College of Technology, Dartford, ENG ("Giant Christmas Party".  with Roger Ruskin Spear and his Giant Kinetic Wardrobe)

December ?, 1971 Fareham, ENG

December ?, 1971 Queen’s Hall, Narberth, WAL

1972

Jan. 6            Holstelbro, Denmark                    Holstebrohallen    (supporting Jethro Tull)

Jan. 7            Odense, Denmark                        Fyens Forum         (supporting Jethro Tull)

Jan. 8            Copenhagen, Denmark                 KB-Hallen         (2 shows supporting Jethro Tull)

Jan. 9            Gothenburg, Sweden                    Konserthuset     (Cancelled slot supporting Jethro Tull because they were not allowed into Sweden)

Jan. 10          Oslo, Norway                               Njardhallen         (supporting Jethro Tull)

Jan. 11          Stockholm, Sweden                     Grottan       (Cancelled slot supporting Jethro Tull because they were not allowed into Sweden)

Jan. 14          Lund, Sweden                              University of Lund - Akademiska Foreningen                                             (Cancelled slot supporting Jethro Tull because they were not allowed into Sweden)

Jan. 15          Copenhagen, Denmark                 Tivoli Konsertsal    (supporting Jethro Tull)

Jan. 16          Copenhagen, Denmark                 Tivoli Konsertsal   (supporting Jethro Tull)

Jan. 17          Munster, Germany                       Munsterlandhalle     (supporting Jethro Tull)

Jan. 18          Berlin, Germany                           Deutschlandhalle  (supporting Jethro Tull)

January 19, 1972 Musikhalle, Hamburg, GER (supporting Jethro Tull)

Jan. 20          Lubeck, Germany                        Hansahalle     (supporting Jethro Tull)

Jan. 21          Essen, Germany                          Grugahalle     (supporting Jethro Tull)

Jan. 22          Frankfurt, Germany                 Festhalle Messgelande     (supporting Jethro Tull)

Jan. 23          Nurnberg, Germany          Meistersingerhalle       (Cancelled supporting Jethro Tull)

Jan. 24          Vienna, Austria                            Konserthaus      (supporting Jethro Tull)

Jan. 25          Nurnberg, Germany                     Meistersingerhalle    (supporting Jethro Tull)

Jan. 26          Ludwigshafen, Germany               Friedrich-Ebert Halle    (supporting Jethro Tull)

Jan. 27          Hannover, Germany            Niedersachsenhalle        (supporting Jethro Tull)

Jan. 28          Offenburg, Germany                     Oberrheinhalle     (supporting Jethro Tull)

Jan. 29          Zurich, Switzerland                      Hallenstadion        (supporting Jethro Tull)

Jan. 30          Bern, Switzerland                         Festhalle             (supporting Jethro Tull

Jan. 31          Milan, Italy             (Unconfirmed supporting Jethro Tull)

Feb. 1            Rome, Italy                                  Palazzo dello Sport  (supporting Jethro Tull)

Feb. 2            Bologna, Italy                 Palazzo dello Sport    (2 shows supporting Jethro Tull)

Feb. 3            Treviso, Italy                               Palazzo dello Sport  (supporting Jethro Tull)

Feb. 4            Varese, Italy                                Palazzo dello Sport  (supporting Jethro Tull)

Feb. 5            Novara, Italy                                Palazzo dello Sport  (supporting Jethro Tull)

Feb. 6            Novara, Italy                                Palazzo dello Sport    (supporting Jethro Tull)

Mar. 1           Paris, France                               Gibus Club                               unconfirmed

Mar. 4           Dourges, France                          Piblokto Club                            unconfirmed

Mar. 5           Dourges, France                          Piblokto Club                            unconfirmed

Mar. 11          Bradford, England                        Bradford University

Mar. 13          Gravesend, ENG  Gravesend Civic Centre   (with Writing On the Wall)

Mar. 17          Lancaster, ENG   Lancaster University - Great Hall           (supported by T2 & Roger Ruskin Spears’ Giant Kinetic Wardrobe)

Drummer Malcolm Mortimore injured in a motorcycle accident and replaced by John Weathers

Apr. 1            Blackburn, ENG   Windsor Hall      (supporting Jimi Plays Berkeley film)

Apr. 3            Folkestone, ENG   Leas Cliff Hall    (supporting Jimi Plays Berkeley film)

Apr. 4            Croydon, ENG    Fox at Greyhound  (supporting Jimi Plays Berkeley film)

Apr. 5            Stafford, ENG    Stychfield Hall       (supporting Jimi Plays Berkeley film)

Apr. 7            Epsom, ENG     Ebisham Hall     (supporting Jimi Plays Berkeley film)

Apr. 8            Barry, WAL        Memorial Hall    (supporting Jimi Plays Berkeley film)

Apr. 9            Oaken Gates, ENG   Town Hall       (supporting Jimi Plays Berkeley film)

Apr. 11          Bradford, ENG   St. George's Hall    (supporting Jimi Plays Berkeley film)

Apr. 13          Cambridge, ENG    Guildhall          (supporting Jimi Plays Berkeley film)

Apr. 14          Corby, ENG   Civic Hall      (supporting Jimi Plays Berkeley film)

Apr. 15          Norwich, ENG   St. Andrew's Hall    (supporting Jimi Plays Berkeley film)

Apr. 16          Kenilworth, ENG    Chesford Grange   (supporting Jimi Plays Berkeley film)

Apr. 17          High Wycombe, ENG   Town Hall     (supporting Jimi Plays Berkeley film)

Apr. 18          Southport, ENG      Floral Hall         (supporting Jimi Plays Berkeley film)

Apr. 20          East Kilbride, SCOT      Olympia Ballroom     (supporting Jimi Plays Berkeley film)

Apr. 21          Sunderland, ENG    Top Rank Suite      (supporting Jimi Plays Berkeley film)

Apr. 23          Edinburgh, SCOT   Caley Cinema    (supporting Jimi Plays Berkeley film)

Apr. 24          Glasgow, SCOT   City Hall     (supporting Jimi Plays Berkeley film)

Apr. 25          Sheffield, ENG    City Hall     (supporting Jimi Plays Berkeley film. Giant’s transport broke down on the way to this gig, so the Hendrix film was shown first)

Apr. 26          Lincoln, ENG     Drill Hall      (supporting Jimi Plays Berkeley film)

Apr. 27          Liverpool, ENG   Liverpool Stadium     (supporting Jimi Plays Berkeley film)

Apr. 28          Cheltenham, ENG     Town Hall    (supporting Jimi Plays Berkeley film)

Apr. 29          St. Albans, ENG     City Hall    (supporting Jimi Plays Berkeley film)

Apr. 30          London, ENG     Greyhound

???                Esher, England

May 11          Oldenburg, GER      Weser-Ems-Halle       (with Chicken Shack & Man)

May 12          Offenbach, GER    Stadthalle      (with Chicken Shack & Man)

May 13          Kronau, GER  Grosse Mehrzweckhalle         (with Chicken Shack & Man)

May 14          Ludenscheid, GER   IKA-Traglufthalle    (with Chicken Shack & Man)

May 15          Munich, GER   Circus Krone Building       (with Chicken Shack & Man)

May 16          Nurnberg, GER       Messehaus            (with Chicken Shack & Man)

May 17          Dusseldorf, GER     Rheinhalle          (with Chicken Shack & Man)

May 18          Munster, GER    Halle Munsterland        (with Chicken Shack & Man)

May 19          Hamburg, GER       Musikhalle           (with Chicken Shack & Man)

May 21          Berlin, Germany         Waldbuhne       (Unconfirmed "Super Pop Festival")

???                “2nd British Rock Meeting” at Insel Grun in Germersheim

July ?            Venice, Italy

Aug. ?           Lido de Jesolo, Italy

Aug. 24         Charleston, South Carolina           County Hall    (supporting Black Sabbath)

Aug. 25         Nashville, TN   Municipal Auditorium          (supporting Black Oak Arkansas after Black Sabbath cancelled)

Aug. 27         Detroit, MI      Cobo Hall       (Unconfirmed supporting Black Sabbath)

Aug. 29         St. Paul, MN        St. Paul Civic Center Theater    (Unconfirmed)

Aug. 30    Knoxville, TN  Civic Coliseum   (Unconfirmed supporting Black Sabbath, with Argent)

Aug. 31         Salem, VA    Salem-Roanoke Valley Civic Center      (Unconfirmed supporting Black Sabbath)

Sep. 1           Savannah, Georgia                      Civic Center Arena

Sep. 2 or 3         Chandler, Indiana           Bull Island       (Erie Canal Soda Pop Festival. This event was poorly organized, so many acts pulled out, including Black Sabbath, the Faces, the Allman Brothers and Joe Cocker.   Other bands who did manage to appear at the festival included Black Oak Arkansas, Canned Heat, Ravi Shankar and Nazareth

Sep. 5         Minneapolis, MN   Minneapolis Armory    (supporting Black Sabbath & JoJo Gunne)

Sep. 6           Louisville, Kentucky                     Freedom Hall     (supporting Black Sabbath)

Sep. 7           Jackson, MS    Memorial Coliseum   (supporting Black Sabbath)

Sep. 8           New Orleans, LA     Municipal Auditorium     (supporting Black Sabbath)

Sep. 9           Mobile, Alabama                 Municipal Auditorium      (supporting Black Sabbath)

Sep. 10          San Diego, California                   Sports Arena      (supporting Black Sabbath)

Sep. 11          Salt Lake City, Utah              Salt Palace    (supporting Black Sabbath, with Malo)

Sep. 13          Portland, OR  Memorial Coliseum (supporting Black Sabbath)

Sep. 15          West Hollywood, CA   Hollywood Bowl     (supporting Black Sabbath, with Captain Beyond)

Sep. 16          Sacramento, CA    Civic Auditorium        (supporting Black Sabbath, cancelled, due to Tony Iommi's collapse the night before)

Sep. 19          Cincinnati, OH    Cincinnati Gardens    (supporting Yes, with the Eagles)

Sep. 20          Indianapolis, IN   Fairgrounds Coliseum   (supporting Yes & the Eagles)

Sep. 21          Detroit, Michigan                         Cobo Hall      (supporting Yes & the Eagles)

Sep. 23          Minneapolis, MN      Minneapolis Armory      (supporting Yes, with the Eagles)

Sep. 24          Milwaukee, WI     Mecca Arena      (supporting Yes, with the Eagles)

Sep. 29          Houston, TX  University of Houston - Houston Room   (free afternoon concert)

Sep. 29          San Antonio, TX    Laurie Auditorium    (supporting Frampton’s Camel)

Sep. 30          Arlington, TX University of Texas - Texas Hall       (supporting Steve Miller)

Oct. 1            Houston, TX    Music Hall     (supporting Steve Miller & Frampton’s Camel)

Oct. 2            Columbia, SC      Carolina Coliseum   (supporting Yes & The Eagles)

Oct. 6            Rimouski, QC    Centre Civique

Oct. 7            Montreal, QC    Centre Sportif de l'Universite de Montreal    (supported by Plume and Cassonade)

Oct. 8            Ste-Foy, QC     Pavillon Maurice-Pollack - Universite Laval     (supported by William D. Fisher)

Oct. 13          Buffalo, New York                        Memorial Auditorium   (supporting Jethro Tull)

Oct. 14          Rochester, New York                   War Memorial     (supporting Jethro Tull)

Oct. 15          Bangor, Maine                      Bangor Auditorium        (supporting Jethro Tull)

Oct. 16          Springfield, Massachusetts          Civic Center        (supporting Jethro Tull)

Oct. 17          Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania              Civic Arena        (supporting Jethro Tull)

Oct. 18          Charleston, West Virginia             Civic Center        (supporting Jethro Tull)

Oct. 19          Columbia, South Carolina             Carolina Coliseum      (supporting Jethro Tull)

Oct. 21          Cleveland, Ohio                           Public Hall          (supporting Jethro Tull)

Oct. 22          Memphis, Tennessee                   Mid-South Coliseum      (supporting Jethro Tull)

Oct. 23          Little Rock, Arkansas                   Barton Coliseum        (supporting Jethro Tull)

Oct. 24          Nashville, TN   Municipal Auditorium     (Unconfirmed supporting Jethro Tull)

Oct. 25          Louisville, Kentucky                     Convention Center     (supporting Jethro Tull)

Oct. 26          Bowling Green, KY   Western Kentucky University - Diddle Arena  (supporting Jethro Tull)

Oct. 27          Jackson, Mississippi                    Memorial Coliseum     (supporting Jethro Tull)

Oct. 28          Baton Rouge, Louisiana               State University      (supporting Jethro Tull)

Oct. 29          Macon, Georgia                           Macon Coliseum   (supporting Jethro Tull)

Nov. 1           Boston, Massachusetts        Boston Garden      (supporting Jethro Tull)

Nov. 3           St. Petersburg, Florida                 Bayfront Center     (supporting Jethro Tull)

Nov. 4           Miami, FL     Miami Beach Convention Hall     (supporting Jethro Tull)

Nov. 5           Jacksonville, Florida                    Jacksonville Coliseum    (supporting Jethro Tull)

Nov. 6           Savannah, Georgia                      Civic Center Arena     (supporting Jethro Tull)

Nov. 7           Fort Wayne, IN   Allen County Memorial Coliseum      (supporting Jethro Tull)

Nov. 8           Detroit, Michigan                         Cobo Hall          (supporting Jethro Tull)

Nov. 11         Chicago, Illinois                           Chicago Stadium     (supporting Jethro Tull)

Nov. 12         Baltimore, Maryland                     Civic Center        (supporting Jethro Tull)

Nov. 13         New York, NY      Madison Square Garden   (supporting Jethro Tull)

Nov. 17         Birmingham, ENG   Town Hall      (Supporting the Groundhogs & Stray)

Nov. 18         Edinburgh, SCOT        Empire Theatre      (Cancelled Supporting the Groundhogs)

Nov. 19         Dundee, SCOT   Caird Hall    (Supporting the Groundhogs & Stray)

Nov. 20         Glasgow, SCOT     Green's Playhouse      (Supporting the Groundhogs & Stray)

Nov. 23         Oxford, ENG     New Theatre    (Unconfirmed Supporting the Groundhogs & Stray)

Nov. 25         Hitchin, ENG    Hitchin College     (Cancelled supported by Medicine Head and Mike Absalom, who played a double set)

Nov. 26         Newcastle, ENG   City Hall       (Supporting the Groundhogs & Stray)

Nov. 30         Hanley, ENG    Victoria Hall         (Supporting the Groundhogs & Stray)

Dec. 1       Manchester, ENG   Free Trade Hall   (Cancelled Supporting the Groundhogs & Stray)

Dec. 3           Bristol, ENG    Colston Hall     (Cancelled Supporting the Groundhogs & Stray)

Dec. 5           Bradford, ENG     St. George's Hall       (Supporting the Groundhogs & Stray)

Dec. 8           Bournemouth, ENG     Winter Gardens      (Supporting the Groundhogs & Stray)

Dec. 9           Leeds, ENG     Leeds University   (Supporting the Groundhogs & Stray)

Dec. 10         Paignton, ENG    Festival Hall      (Supporting the Groundhogs & Stray)

Dec. 11         Wolverhampton, England             Town Hall

Dec. 12         Hull, England                               City Hall    (Supporting the Groundhogs)

Dec. 14         Chatham, ENG          Central Hall      (Supporting the Groundhogs)

Dec. 15         Sheffield, ENG   City Hall        (Supporting the Groundhogs & Stray)

Dec. 16         Liverpool, ENG   Liverpool Stadium        (Supporting the Groundhogs & Stray)

Dec. 22         London, ENG       Rainbow Theatre           (Supporting the Groundhogs)

Dec. 29         Pordenone, Italy                           Salone della Fiera      (supported by Area)

Dec. 30         Bologna, Italy                              Palazzo dello Sport      (supported by Area)

1973

Jan. 2            Genova, Italy                     Teatro Alcione       (supported by Area)

Jan. 3            Rome, Italy                        Palazzo dello Sport     (supported by Area)

Jan. 4            Milan, Italy                                   Paladido      (supported by Area)

Jan. 5            Vicenza, Italy                    Palazzo dello Sport    (supported by Area)

Jan. 6            Cavallermaggio, Italy          Le Cupole             (supported by Area)

Jan. 8            Varese, Italy                      Palazzo dello Sport    (supported by Area)

Jan. 17          Frankfurt, GER      Jahrhunderthalle     (Cancelled appearance at  "The Sound of Britain in Concert")

Feb. 23          Devizes, ENG   Corn Exchange          (Unconfirmed possibly first concert without Phil Shulman, supporting Thin Lizzy)

Mar. 4           Winchester, ENG    King Alfred's College - John Stripe Theatre    (First concert without Phil Shulman)

Mar. 8           Hershey, PA   Hersheypark Arena     (supporting The J. Geils Band & Edgar Winter)

Mar. 9      Nashville, TN  Vanderbilt University - Memorial Gymnasium  (supporting Edgar Winter)

Mar. 10          Louisville, KY   Convention Center    (supporting Edgar Winter & Jo Jo Gunne)

Mar. 11          Cleveland, OH     Music Hall     (supporting Focus & Marc Almond

Mar. 12          Youngstown, Ohio          State Theater     (supporting Focus)

Mar. 13 Wilmington, NC University of North Carolina  (supporting Jo Jo Gunne, with Tranquility)

Mar. 14          Chattanooga, TN   Memorial Auditorium   (supporting Black Oak Arkansas)

Mar. 15          Morgantown, West Virginia          West Virginia University - Coliseum

March 16, 1973 Felt Forum, New York City, NY (supporting Mahavishnu Orchestra)

Mar. 17          Passaic, New Jersey        Capitol Theater  (supporting Edgar Winter)

Mar. 18          Allentown, PA  Allentown Fairgrounds - Agricultural Hall   (supporting Edgar Winter & Foghat)

Mar. 19 Niagara University - Student Center, Niagara Falls, NY (supporting Foghat, with Focus)

Mar. 21   Ottawa, ON     High School of Commerce - Auditorium    (supported by Necessite)

Mar. 22          Quebec City, QC    Palais Montcalm   (supported by Necessite)

Mar. 23          Quebec City, QC   Palais Montcalm     (supported by Necessite)

Mar. 24     Montreal, QC    Centre Sportif de l'Universite de Montreal   (supported by Necessite)

Mar. 25          Sherbrooke, QC  Centre Culturel - Grande Salle    (supported by Necessite)

March 29, 1973 Massey Hall, Toronto, ON (supported by Gentle Giant & Vinegar Joe)

March 30, 1973 Masonic Auditorium, Detroit, MI (supporting Edgar Winter)

March 31, 1973 Lutheran University Theatre, Waterloo, ON (2 shows 7.00 & 10.00, supported by Gentle Giant & Vinegar Joe)

???                Buffalo, NY    New Century Theatre     (Unconfirmed date)

Apr. 3            Fort Wayne, Indiana              Lantern   (supported by Ethos Ardour)

Apr. 5            Macomb, IL   Western Illinois University         (supporting Humble Pie)

Apr. 6        Knoxville, TN   Civic Coliseum   (Unconfirmed supporting  Humble Pie, with Foghat)

Apr. 7            Roanoke, VA   Roanoke Civic Center      (supporting Humble Pie & Foghat)

Apr. 8            Hampton, VA     Hampton Roads Coliseum   (supporting Humble Pie, with Foghat)

???               Johnstown, PA      Cambria County War Memorial     (supporting Humble Pie and replacing Foghat)

Apr. 10          Mt. Pleasant, MI  Central Michigan University - Finch Fieldhouse   (supporting J. Geils Band)

Apr. 11          Detroit, MI   Masonic Auditorium  (unconfirmed supporting J. Geils Band)

Apr. 12          Akron, OH   Civic Theater    (supporting Procol Harum)

Apr. 13          Chicago, Illinois        Kinetic Playground      (supporting Procol Harum)

Apr. 14          Cincinnati, OH   Cincinnati Gardens     (supporting Humble Pie & Edgar Winter

Apr. 15          Baltimore, MD    Civic Center    (Supporting Humble Pie & Edgar Winter)

Apr. 18       Warren, OH   Packard Music Hall   (supporting King Crimson, with MF Rattlesnake)

Apr. 20 & 21  San Francisco, CA  Winterland  (supporting  Sha-Na-Na, & Commander Cody and the Lost Planet Airmen, with Colin Blunstone. Possibly replaced on the 21st by Steeleye Span)

Apr. 22    Kansas City, MO   Cowtown Ballroom   (supporting King Crimson, with Charles Lloyd)

Apr. 23          Wichita, KS    Henry Levitt Arena   (supporting King Crimson)

Apr. 24 Oklahoma City, OK  State Fairgrounds - International Building (supporting King Crimson)

Apr. 25          Salt Lake City, UT   Terrace Ballroom       (supporting J. Geils Band)

Apr. 26          Seattle, Washington            Paramount Theatre     (Unconfirmed)

Apr. 27          Portland, OR    Paramount Northwest Theatre   (supporting Sha-Na-Na)

Apr. 29          San Bernardino, California            Swing Auditorium

May 1            Dallas, TX     Majestic Theater         (supported by Steeleye Span)

May 2            Springfield, Missouri

May 3            Little Rock, Arkansas     Barton Coliseum         (supporting Ten Years After)

May 4, 1973 Armadillo World Headquarters, Austin, TX (supported by Steeleye Span)

May 5            San Francisco, California             Winterland       (Unconfirmed with Steely Dan, Humble Pie & Slade)

May 6            Houston, TX    Santa Rosa Theater   (supported by Steeleye Span)

May 21          Nashville, TN    Municipal Auditorium           (supporting Jethro Tull)

June 9 or 10         Waldbuhne, Berlin, GER (1.Summer Rock Festival, with Strawbs, Family, Ekseption, Beck-Bogart-Appice, and Uriah Heep) Germany’s 1973 "Summer Rock Festivals". This was a three day-day rock event split between the cities of Berlin and Frankfurt that also included, among others performers, the Strawbs, Family, Ekseption, Beck-Bogart-Appice, and Uriah Heep. The portion in Berlin was on June 9 and June 10, although it's not known which day Giant performed. Attendance in Berlin was a disappointing 6,500, much lower than the size of the crowd in Frankfurt.

KARTHAGO, THIN LIZZY, LONG TALL ERNIE AND THE SHAKERS, NAZARETH, EKSEPTION (NL), FAMILY, Beck, Bogert, Appice, URIAH HEEP, McKendree Spring.

Kin Ping Meh, UFO, WILD TURKEY, CHICKEN SHACK, VINEGAR JOE (with Elkie Brooks and Robert Palmer), the GROUNDHOGS, ROYWOOD'S WIZZARD, OSIBISA, ATLANTIS, EDGAR BROUGHTON BAND


June 10 or 11           Radstadion, Frankfurt, GER (1.Summer Rock Festival, with the same basic lineup as at the Berlin show. The festival stopped in Frankfurt on June 10 and June 11, overlapping the Berlin show. A much better crowd, totaling 24,000, showed up in Frankfurt, than went to Berlin. The German press reported as many as 10,000 attendees lined up for up to three hours before the festivities even began. In both cities, organizers tried to cut eliminate wasted down time by showing Marx Brothers films between each act. At the end of the final evening in Frankfurt, a large fireworks display celebrated the conclusion of the Festival. Again, it's not known on which night GG was scheduled to play, but one recent report indicates the band may have cancelled their appearance.

July 21 or 22         Radstadion, Frankfurt, GER (2.Summer Rock Festival, with Black Sabbath, the Faces, Sly and the Family Stone, Rory Gallagher and Canned Heat) This was Germany's second 1973 "Summer Rock Festival". Unlike the first such Festival held the month before, this one was only staged in Frankfurt, probably due to the low attendance figures in Berlin back in June. Giant again participated, along with a number of other bands, including Black Sabbath, the Faces, Sly and the Family Stone, Rory Gallagher and Canned Heat. At one time, Paul McCartney and Wings were being advertised as the headliner, but that did not happen. The show took place on the weekend of July 21 and 22, but it is not known on which date Giant played.

21.Gentle Giant, Sly 22.Faces, Chuck Berry, Fumble, Nazareth, Tempest

Sep. 17          Plymouth, ENG    Guildhall     (supported by Rod Crisp and Wild Turkey)

Sep. 19          Doncaster, England             Top Rank      (supported by Wild Turkey)

Sep. 22          Manchester, England              Stoneground    (supported by Wild Turkey)

Sep. 23          Oxford, England        New Theatre        (supported by Rod Crisp and Wild Turkey)

Sep. 24          Chatham, England               Central Hall     (supported by Wild Turkey)

Sep. 26          Southampton, ENG     Top Rank Suite      (supported by Wild Turkey)

Sep. 28          Birmingham, ENG     Town Hall    (supported by Rod Crisp and Wild Turkey)

Sep. 29          Glasgow, SCOT     City Hall   (supported by Wild Turkey)

Sep. 30          Edinburgh, SCOT  Caley Cinema      (supported by Rod Crisp and Wild Turkey)

Oct. 2            Leicester, ENG   Polytechnic       (supported by Wild Turkey)

Oct. 3            Bristol, ENG       Top Rank    (supported by Wild Turkey)

Oct. 4            Llanelli, WAL      Glen Ballroom       (supported by Wild Turkey)

Oct. 5            Neath, WAL       Gwyn Hall            (supported by Wild Turkey)

Oct. 6            Aylesbury, England                      Friar's Club           (supported by Wild Turkey)

Oct. 9            Catania, Italy    Teatro Ambasciatori     (2 shows supported by Acqua Fragile)

Oct. 10          Palermo, Italy       Teatro Biondo   (2 shows supported by Acqua Fragile)

Oct. 12          Bari, Italy          Teatro Petruzzelli    (supported by Acqua Fragile)

Oct. 13          Rome, Italy   Palazzo dello Sport   (supported by Acqua Fragile)

Oct. 15          Reggio Emilia, Italy      Palazzo dello Sport   (supported by Acqua Fragile)

Oct. 16          Ancona, Italy   Teatro Metropolitan         (2 shows supported by Acqua Fragile)

Oct. 17          Treviso, Italy     Teatro Garabaldi             (2 shows supported by Acqua Fragile)

Oct. 18          Milano, Italy     Palalido          (supported by Acqua Fragile)

Oct. 19          Torino, Italy           Palazzo dello Sport          (supported by Acqua Fragile)

Oct. 20          Genova, Italy     Teatro Alcione      (2 shows supported by Acqua Fragile)

Oct. 21          Travagliato, Italy         Supertivoli       (supported by Acqua Fragile)

Oct. 22          Novara, Italy      Pallazzo dello Sport     (supported by Acqua Fragile)

Oct. 23          Switzerland

Oct. 24          Switzerland

Oct. 25          Germany

Oct. 26          Berlin, GER    Deutschland Halle    (supporting Procol Harum, with Leo Kottke)

Oct. 27  Congress Centrum, Hamburg, GER (supporting Procol Harum, with Leo Kottke & Vince Weber)

Oct. 29          Frankfurt, Germany                      Jahrhunderthalle

Oct. ?            Dortmund, Germany                     Market Hall

Oct. 31          Germany

Nov. 1        Belgium

Nov. 4        Belgium

Nov. 16         Golder's Green Hippodrome, London, ENG (recorded by the BBC supported by Dave Ellis)

1974

Mar. 8           Chatham, England            Central Hall   (supported by String Driven Thing)

Mar. 9     Norwich, ENG   University of East Anglia - Main Hall  (supported by Flying Hat Band)

Mar. 11          Manchester, ENG    Free Trade Hall    (supported by String Driven Thing)

Mar. 13          Guildford, ENG      Civic Hall    (supported by String Driven Thing)

Mar. 14          Plymouth, ENG    Guildhall    (supported by String Driven Thing)

Mar. 15          Swansea, WAL   Guildhall - Brangwyn Hall (supported by String Driven Thing)

Mar. 16          London, ENG   Drury Lane - Theatre Royal       (originally scheduled for Mar. 10.  Supported by String Driven Thing)

Mar. 18          Birmingham, England           Town Hall       (supported by String Driven Thing)

Mar. 19          Watford, England                Town Hall      (supported by String Driven Thing)

Mar. 20          Bedworth, England           Civic Hall   (supported by String Driven Thing)

Mar. 21          Derby, ENG     King's Hall   (supported by String Driven Thing)

Mar. 22          Sutton in Ashfield, ENG    Golden Diamond      (originally scheduled for Mar. 24)

Mar. 28          Portsmouth, ENG    Guildhall      (supported by String Driven Thing)

Mar. 29          Bournemouth, ENG    Winter Gardens     (supported by String Driven Thing)

Apr. 4            Frankfurt, GEr    Jahrhunderthalle    (supported by String Driven Thing)

Apr. 5            Munster, GER    Munsterlandhalle     (supported by String Driven Thing)

Apr. 6            Stuttgart, Germany      Gustav-Siegle-Haus   (supported by String Driven Thing)

Apr. 7            Kehl, Germany             Stadthalle    (supported by String Driven Thing)

Apr. 8      St. Gallen, SUI    Kongresshaus Schutzengarten  (supported by String Driven Thing)

Apr. 9      Munich, GER   Theater an der Brienner Strasse   (supported by String Driven Thing)

Apr. 10          Hamburg, Germany             Musikhalle      (supported by String Driven Thing)

Apr. 20          Menton, France    (Possibly cancelled, supported by String Driven Thing)

Apr. 21          Marseille, France    (Possibly cancelled, supported by String Driven Thing)

Apr. 22          Rodez, France   (Possibly cancelled, supported by String Driven Thing)

Apr. 23          Lyon, France     (Possibly cancelled, supported by String Driven Thing)

Apr. 24          Grenoble, France     (Possibly cancelled, supported by String Driven Thing)

Apr. 26          Clermont-Ferrand, France    (Possibly cancelled, supported by String Driven Thing)

Apr. 27          Uckange, France     (Possibly cancelled, supported by String Driven Thing)

Apr. 29          Colmar, France      (Possibly cancelled, supported by String Driven Thing)

Apr. 30          Lille, France          (Possibly cancelled, supported by String Driven Thing)

May 5, 1974 Turfschip, Breda, NED (one day festival, supported by Kayak, Snafu, Dizzy Man’s Band & others)

June 11, 1974 Agira, Toledo, OH (Cancelled)

June 15         Sheffield, England                        Sheffield University - Student Union

Sep. 6           Penzance, England                      The Garden

Oct. 8            Denver, Colorado             Denver Coliseum     (supporting Traffic)

Oct. 9-13     Los Angeles, CA  Whisky A-Go-Go     (supported by Ex-Canned Heat guitarist Harvey Mandel. 2 shows on the 12th & 13th)

Oct. 17          Milwaukee, WI  Riverside Theater     (supporting Golden Earring, with Aerosmith)

Oct. 18          Cleveland, Ohio       Allen Theater       (supporting Golden Earring.  During the afternoon before the concert, the band did an in-store promotional appearance at a nearby record store called Record Revolution)

Oct. 19          Marietta, Ohio        Marietta College (supporting Quicksilver Messenger Service)

Oct. 20          Youngstown, Ohio     Tomorrow Club    (2 shows 2.00 & 9.00 supporting Focus)

Oct. 21          Columbus, Ohio                           Agora

Oct. 22          Chicago, Illinois         Auditorium Theater         (supporting J. Geils)

Oct. 23         Parsippany, NJ  A Joint In The Woods             (supported by Joe’s Bar and Grill)

Oct. 24          Northampton, Pennsylvania    Roxy Theatre   (supported by  P.F. and the Flyers)

Oct. 25          Pittsburgh, PA     Carnegie-Mellon University    (supporting  Chick Corea’s Return to Forever)

Oct. 26          Lawrenceville, New Jersey           Rider College       (supporting Dave Mason)

Oct. 29          Harrisburg, PA  Farm Show Arena           (supporting Frank Zappa)

Oct. 31          Springfield, MA    Julia Sanderson Theatre    (supporting Focus, with John Martyn)

Nov. 1           New York, NY   Academy Of Music     (supporting Focus, with John Martyn)

Nov. 2      Boston, MA    Orpheum Theater   (supporting  Black Oak Arkansas & Golden Earring)

Nov. 4           Detroit, MI  Cobo Hall           (supporting  J. Geils Band & Mountain)

Nov. 6           Flint, MI    I.M.A. Auditorium    (supporting Foghat)

Nov. 7           Schnecksville, PA    Lehigh County Community College        (or possibly at Allentown College of St. Francis de Sales.  Supporting Robin Trower. The Strawbs were supposed to headline but cancelled)

Nov. 8           Plattsburgh, NY      State University of New York at Plattsburgh   (supporting Climax Blues Band)

Nov. 9           New Haven, CT      Yale University - Woolsey Hall   (supporting Poco)

Nov. 10         Baltimore, MD   Johns Hopkins University - Newton White Athletic Center                                (supporting Robin Trower)

???                Buffalo, New York                        New Century Theatre

???                Upper Darby, PA   Tower Theater            (Unconfirmed supporting Focus )

???                North Branch, New Jersey           Somerset County Community College                                              (supporting either Robin Trower or Caravan)

Nov. 15    Knoxville, TN   Knoxville Civic Coliseum   (supporting Dave Mason & John Sebastian)

Nov. 17         Memphis, Tennessee                   Ellis Auditorium North Hall

Nov. 21         Basel, Switzerland                       Stadtcasino

Nov. 22         St. Gallen, Switzerland                 Kongresshaus Schützengarten

Nov. 23         Ascona, Switzerland                     Palestra Scolastica

Nov. 25         Bologna, Italy      Palazzo dello Sport          (supported by Arti e Mestieri)

Nov. 26         Rome, Italy        Palazzo dello Sport             (supported by Arti e Mestieri)

Nov. 27         Udine, Italy            Palazzo dello Sport          (supported by Arti e Mestieri)

Nov. 28         Torino, Italy           Palazzo dello Sport          (supported by Arti e Mestieri)

Nov. 29         Genova, Italy     Teatro Genova            (cancelled supported by Arti e Mestieri)

Dec. 5           Sheffield, England                        City Hall                                   cancelled

Dec. 6           Leeds, England                            Town Hall                                 cancelled

Dec. 7           Norwich, England                         University of East Anglia           cancelled

Dec. 8           Birmingham, England                   Town Hall                                 cancelled

Dec. 9           Manchester, England                   Free Trade Hall                         cancelled

Dec. 10         Stoke on Trent, England               The Heavy Steam Machine       cancelled

Dec. 11         Glasgow, Scotland                       Apollo Centre                            cancelled

Dec. 12         Liverpool, England                       Royal Court Theatre                  cancelled

Dec. 13         Newcastle, England                     City Hall                                   cancelled

Dec. 14         Edinburgh, Scotland                     Usher Hall                                cancelled

Dec. 16         Bristol, England                           Colston Hall                              cancelled

Dec. 18         Redruth, England                         Regal Cinema                           cancelled

Dec. 19         Plymouth, England                       Guildhall                                   cancelled

Dec. 22         London, England                          Rainbow Theatre                      cancelled

1975

Jan. 8            Philadelphia, PA  (unconfirmed)

Jan. 14          Montreal, Quebec                Montreal Forum         (supported by Maneige)

Jan. 15          Ottawa, ON  Lansdown Park - Civic Centre Arena (supported by John Lee Hooker)

Jan. 16          Sherbrooke, Quebec          Centre Culturel         (supported by Sloche)

Jan. 18          New York, NY    Academy of Music   (2 shows supporting Alvin Lee and Company, with American Tears)

Jan. 19          Trois Rivieres, Quebec                University of Quebec - Sports Center

Jan. 21          Quebec City, QC       Centre Municipal des Congress   (supported by Sloche)

Jan. 22          Buffalo, NY       Kleinhan's Music Hall          (supporting Alvin Lee and Company)

Jan. 23          Rochester, NY     Auditorium Theater    (supporting Alvin Lee and Company, with American Tears)

Jan. 24          Toronto, Ontario                          University of Toronto - Convocation Hall                                          (supported by The Myles and Lenny Band)

Jan. 25     Waterloo, ON     Wilfrid Laurier University  (supported by The Myles and Lenny Band)

Jan. 26          Springfield, Massachusetts          Civic Center       (supporting J. Geils)

Jan. 27          Cleveland, Ohio                           Agora Ballroom

Jan. 29          Utica, New York          Memorial Auditorium                 (supporting J. Geils)

Jan. 31          Norman, Oklahoma                      University of Oklahoma - Field House                                              (supporting Alvin Lee and Company & Michael Martin  Murphey)

Feb. 1            Tulsa, OK    (Unconfirmed, supporting Alvin Lee and Company)

Feb. 2            St. Louis, MO    Kiel Auditorium      (supporting Alvin Lee and Company, with Mason Proffit)

Feb. 3            Denver, Colorado                         Ebbets Field

Feb. 4            Denver, Colorado                         Ebbets Field

Feb. 6            San Diego, CA     Golden Hall      (supporting Alvin Lee and Company, with American Tears)

Feb. 7            Long Beach, CA     Long Beach Arena   (supporting Alvin Lee and Company, with American Tears)

Feb. 8            Fresno, CA    Warners Theater           (supporting Alvin Lee and Company)

???                Berkeley, CA            Community Theater                  (supported by Camel)

???                San Antonio, TX      Texas Theatre     (supporting Alvin Lee and Company)

???                Arlington, Texas          Texas Hall       (supporting Alvin Lee and Company)

Feb. 13          Santa Monica, CA   Civic Auditorium    (supported by Captain)

Feb. 14          San Francisco, CA  Winterland   (supporting Alvin Lee and Company, with American Tears)

Feb. 15          San Francisco, CA  Winterland   (supporting Alvin Lee and Company, with American Tears)

Feb. 17          Chicago, Illinois           Auditorium Theater      (supporting  Peter Frampton)

May 13          Berlin, Germany                           Philharmonie

June 21         Dusseldorf, Germany                   Philipshalle         ("2nd Pop Meeting" festival. A total of twenty different bands performed, including Grobschnitt, Nektar, Savoy Brown, UFO and the Baker Gurvitz Army.  The festival was a two day affair, beginning on June 20, with Giant appearing midday on June 21)

Aug. 16         Boston, MA     Boston Garden     (supporting Steppenwolf & Peter Frampton)

Aug. 17         Toronto, Ontario         Varsity Stadium   (cancelled and rescheduled for Sep. 1)

Aug. 18   Trois-Rivieres, QC   Stade de Trois-Rivieres  (supported by Pollen & Raoul Duguay)

Aug. 21         Quebec City, Quebec         Colisee              (supported by Pollen)

August 23, 1975 Calderone Concert Hall, Hempstead, NY (Kiss played at 8pm, in a seperate concert. Giant was to perform at 11.30, but didn't start until 1.30 due to the taking down of Kiss' equipment taking longer than expected)

Aug. 24         Northampton, Pennsylvania          Roxy Theater

Aug. 30         Montreal, Quebec           Autostade       (Originally scheduled for Aug. 29 but moved to the following night due to rain. Supported by Weather Report)

Sep. 1           Toronto, Ontario           Maple Leaf Gardens     (rescheduled from Aug. 17, and originally supposed to take place at Varsity Stadium, but changed on the day of the concert to nearby Maple Leaf Gardens, supported by Jefferson Starship & J. Geils Band)

Sep. 12          Los Angeles, CA                          Shrine Auditorium

Sep. 21        London, ENG      New Victoria Theatre        (supported by Michael Moore)

Sep. 23          Rotterdam, Holland                      De Doelen

Sep. 24          Frankfurt, Germany                      Jahrhunderthalle

Oct. 1            Largo, Maryland             Capitol Center           (supporting Jethro Tull)

Oct. 3            White Plains, New York     White Plains Music Hall    (supported by Gary Wright)

Oct. 4            Boston, MA      Orpheum Theater          (supported by James Montgomery Band)

Oct. 5            Buffalo, New York    New Century Theatre   (supported by Brian Augur's Oblivion Express & Gary Wright)

Oct. 7            Ultrasonic Recording Studio, Hempstead, NY (broadcast live over New York City's WLIR radio)

Oct. 9            Waterbury, Connecticut                Palace Theater   (supporting  Rick Wakeman)

Oct. 10          Philadelphia, Pennsylvania           Spectrum    (supporting Rick Wakeman, with Larry Coryell and the Eleventh House)

Oct. 11          New York, New York       Academy of Music        (supported by White Lightning)

Oct. 14          Kalamazoo, Michigan       Chenery Auditorium   (cancelled due poor ticket sales)

Oct. 16          Chicago, Illinois          Auditorium Theater            (supported by Gary Wright)

Oct. 17          Detroit, Michigan       Cobo Hall      (Supporting Rick Wakeman, with Gary Wright)

Oct. 18          Cincinnati, Ohio     Riverfront Coliseum         (supporting Rick Wakeman.  Procol Harum was supposed to appear second on the bill but was unable to, due to their equipment truck breaking down in West Virginia.  Giant agreed to let Procol use their equipment, but Wakeman vetoed the idea.  Procol may have also asked to play last to give their equipment time to arrive, but Wakeman was not keen on that idea, either.   Whatever the case, this all led to a nasty scene backstage between Wakeman’s road crew and members of Procol Harum.  After Giant’s set, Procol band member Keith Reid tried to take the stage and announce to the crowd why they weren’t playing, but Wakeman’s crew stopped him.  In fact, no announcement at all about Procol was made until the end of the evening.  After the show, the battle went public as Procol’s Reid and Gary Brooker took to the airwaves over Cincinnati's WEBN radio to complain about the situation.  Wakeman himself heard this broadcast and phoned in to rebut against what he called “lies”)

Oct. 19          Indiana, Pennsylvania          Indiana University of Pennsylvania - Fieldhouse                                          (supporting Procol Harum

Oct. 21          Milwaukee, WI    Riverside Theatre (supporting Peter Frampton, with Gary Wright)

Oct. 22          St. Louis, Missouri    Kiel Opera House            (supporting Rick Wakeman)

Oct. 23          Vancouver, British Columbia        Commodore Cabaret Ballroom   (supporting REO Speedwagon who replaced Status Quo as headliners)

Oct. 24          Portland, Oregon            Paramount Theatre              (supporting the Strawbs)

Oct. 25          Seattle, Washington        Moore Egyptian Theater          (supporting the Strawbs)

Oct. 28          Berkeley, California        Community Theater      (supporting the Strawbs, with Bette White)

Oct. 30          Phoenix, Arizona             Celebrity Theatre              (supporting the Strawbs)

Nov. 1           Los Angeles, California        Shrine Auditorium          (supported by Tom Snow)

Nov. 2           San Diego, California                   Civic Center  (supporting the Strawbs)

Nov. 5           New York, New York                    Academy of Music         (Unconfirmed)

Nov. 7           Detroit, Michigan                         Cobo Hall      (Unconfirmed)

Nov. 10         Oslo, Norway                               Chateau Neuf

Nov. 12         Stockholm, Sweden                    Karhuset

Nov. 13         Copenhagen, Denmark                 Daddy’s Dance Hall             (cancelled)

Nov. 15         Hannover, Germany                     Niedersachsenhall

Nov. 16         Berlin, Germany                           HDK Concerthall

Nov. 17         Dusseldorf, Germany                   Philipshalle

Nov. 18         Hamburg, Germany                     Musikhalle

Nov. 20         Gutersloh, Germany                     Sporthalle

Nov. 21         Wiesbaden, Germany                   Singen Scheffelhalle

Nov. 22         Munich, Germany                        Circus Krone Building

Nov. 24         Basel, Switzerland                       Mustermesse Reihenring

Nov. 25         Karlsruhe, Germany                     Stadthalle

Nov. 26         Mannheim, Germany                    Rosengarten Mozartsall

Nov. 27         Zurich, Switzerland                      Volkshaus

Nov. 28         Metz, France

Nov. 29         Paris, France                               Olympia

Nov. 30         Brussels, Belgium                        Ancienne Belgique

Dec. 1           Amsterdam, Holland         Carre Theatre             (supported by Mike McClintock)

Dec. 2           Rotterdam, Holland                      De Doelen                  (unconfirmed)

Dec. 5           Norwich, England         University of East Anglia      (supported by Michael Moore)

Dec. 6           Leeds, England   Leeds University - Student Union   (supported by Michael Moore)

Dec. 7           London, England     Hemel Hempstead Pavillion    (supported by Michael Moore)

Dec. 8           Birmingham, England                   Town Hall      (supported by Michael Moore)

Dec. 9           Manchester, England               Free Trade Hall       (supported by Michael Moore)

Dec. 11         Bristol, England                    Colston Hall      (supported by Michael Moore)

Dec. 12         Cambridge, England           Corn Exchange        (supported by Michael Moore)

Dec. 13         Liverpool, England            Liverpool Stadium       (supported by Michael Moore)

Dec. 15         Derby, England                            King's Hall   (supported by Michael Moore, originally scheduled for Dec. 18, but it was moved up to Dec. 15)

Dec. 16         Newcastle, England                     City Hall

Dec. 17         Sheffield, England                        City Hall         (supported by Michael Moore)

Dec. 19         Portsmouth, England              Guildhall              (supported by Michael Moore)

Dec. 22         Plymouth, England                       Guildhall        (supported by Michael Moore)

Dec. ?           Chatham, England                       Central Hall               (unconfirmed)

1976

Apr. 29          Derby, England                            King's Hall              (cancelled)

Apr. 30          Cambridge, England                    Corn Exchange            (supported by Solution)

May 1            Southend-on-Sea, England           Kursaal Ballroom       (supported by Solution) (originally scheduled to play at a University in Leicester on this date, but that show cancelled)

May 2            London, England            Drury Lane - Theatre Royal           (supported by Solution)

May 5            Norwich, England                  University of East Anglia   (supported by Solution)

May 6            Warwick, England                        Warwick University   (supported by Solution)

May 7            Birmingham, England                   Town Hall     (supported by Solution)

May 8            Malvern, England                         Winter Gardens     (supported by Solution)

May 10          Oxford, England                           New Theatre     (supported by Solution)

May 12          Manchester, England                   Free Trade Hall     (supported by Solution)

May 13          Sheffield, England                       City Hall       (supported by Solution)

May 14          Newcastle, England                     City Hall      (supported by Solution)

May 15          Edinburgh, Scotland                     Usher Hall                (supported by Solution)

May 17          Southampton, England              Gaumont Theatre            (supported by Split Enz)

May 21          Turfschip, Breda, NED  (Festival show, with Kayak and Fungus among the other bands appearing)

May 22          Delft, Holland            Stadion DHC       ("Oor Festival" or as “Popfestival 76”.  With 10cc, Nils Lofgren and an English comedy rock band called Alberto y los Trios Paranoias)

May 25          Lille, France                                 Le Palais Rameau

May 26          Lyon, France     Bourse du Travail     (originally scheduled for May 28 but moved ahead two days)

May 27          Grenoble, France                         La Patinoire de Grenoble

May 28 or 29      Bordeaux, France                        Theatre de 'Alhambra

May 31          Torino, Italy                                 Pallazzo dello Sport

June 1           Brescia, Italy                               Pallazzo dello Sport

June 2           Milan, Italy                                   Paladido                    (cancelled)

June 3           Cantu’, Italy                                 Pallazzo dello Sport

June 4           Reggio Emilia, Italy                      Pallazzo dello Sport

June 5           Rimini, Italy                                 L’Altro Mondo          (supported by Bingo)

June 7           Rome, Italy     Palazzo dello Sport     (The band donated their profits from this concert to relief efforts for earthquake victims in the Friuli region of northeast Italy)

June 17         Upper Darby, Pennsylvania       Tower Theater             (supported by Starcastle)

June 18         New York, NY   Central Park - Wollman Rink    (“Shaeffer Music Festival”, supported by Starcastle)

June 19         Ellicott City, Maryland                  Hollywood Palace

June ?           Buffalo, New York                 New Century Theatre       (supported by Starcastle)

June 22        Civic Center, Springfield, MA (supporting Todd Rundgren's Utopia, with Derringer)

June 24         Moncton, New Brunswick           Moncton Coliseum     (supported by Starcastle)

June 25         Quebec City, Quebec                   Colisee       (supported by Starcastle)

June 26         Ottawa, On      Lansdown Park - Civic Center Arena   (supported by Starcastle)

June 27         Toronto, Ontario                          Massey Hall        (supported by Starcastle)

June 28         Montreal, Quebec                Place des Nations      (supported by Starcastle)

June 30         London, Ontario                     London Gardens         (supported by Starcastle)

July 1            Binghamton, New York                 Bijou

July 2            Rochester, New York                   Masonic Temple - Auditorium Theatre                                             (supporting Rainbow, with Angel. Thin Lizzy was originally supposed to support but due to illness, they pulled out)

July 3            Hempstead, NY    Calderone Concert Hall      (broadcast live on New York City's WLIR radioas part of that station's Bicentennial celebration. the Mick Ronson Band played but not as an official opening act for Giant.  They played quite early on, before most of the crowd even arrived, with their set meant for record executives in attendance)

July 5            Elyria, Ohio                                 The Joker

July 6            Columbus, Ohio                           Agora       (supported by I Don’t Care)

July 7            Chicago, IL   Riviera Theatre        (supported by Felix Pappalardi’s band Creation)

July 8            Detroit, Michigan        Ford Auditorium    (supported by Felix Pappalardi’s Creation & Natural Gas)

July 9            Terre Haute, Indiana                    Indiana State University - Hullman Center                                                    (“Summer Jam”. Supporting Ted Nugent, With Starz & Wet Willie)

July 11          Dallas, Texas                 Electric Ballroom                (supported by Uncle Rainbow)

July 13          Austin, Texas              Armadillo World Headquarters            (supported by Texas)

July 16          Santa Barbara, California             Arlington Theater

July 17   Anaheim Stadium      (supporting Yes, Peter Frampton & Gary Wright

July 18          San Diego, CA   Balboa Stadium   (supporting Yes, Peter Frampton & Gary Wright)

July 19          Fresno, California                        Selland Arena      (supporting Peter Frampton)

July 20          Daly City, California                     Cow Palace        (supporting Yes)

July 22          Vancouver, British Columbia        Pacific Coliseum       (supporting Yes)

July 23          Seattle, Washington                     Seattle Center Coliseum    (supporting Yes)

July 24          Spokane, Washington               Spokane Coliseum            (supporting Yes)

July 25          Portland, Oregon                         Memorial Coliseum        (supporting Yes)

July 28          Denver, Colorado                         Auditorium Arena            (supporting Yes)

Sep. 16          Oslo, Norway                               Chateau Neuf

Sep. 17          Gothenburg, Sweden                    Konserthuset   (support act Banco cancelled)

Sep. 18          Stockholm, Sweden                     Konserthuset       (support act Banco cancelled)

Sep. 19          Lund, Sweden                              University of Lund - Olympen

Sep. 20          Kiel, Germany                              Audimax        (supported by Banco)

Sep. 21          Hamburg, Germany                     Musikhalle      (supported by Banco)

Sep. 22          Berlin, Germany            Philharmonie   (Cancelled, due to problems encountered getting equipment across the border between West and East Germany, supported by Banco)

Sep. 23          Dusseldorf, Germany                   Philipshalle        (supported by Banco)

Sep. 24          Mannheim, Germany              Rosengarten Musensaal     (supported by Banco)

Sep. 25          Munich, Germany                Circus Krone Building            (supported by Banco)

Sep. 27          Ulm, Germany                   Donauhalle              (cancelled, supported by Banco)

Sep. 28          Offenbach, Germany                    Stadthalle          (supported by Banco)

Sep. 30          Zurich, Switzerland                      Volkshaus

Oct. 1            Neuchatel, Switzerland                 Temple du Bas   (supported by Banco)

Oct. 3            Vaduz, Liechtenstein   (Possibly Oct. 2)

Oct. 5            Paris, France              Pavillon de Paris        (supported by Banco

Oct. 7            Brussels, Belgium                        Cirque Royal

1977

???                Montclair, NJ   Montclair State Teacher's College     (Unconfirmed supporting Renaissance)

Gentle Giant US Tour 1977

Feb. 17          New Century Theatre, Buffalo, NY (supported by Mr. Big & Rodan)

Feb. 18          Riverfront Coliseum, Cincinnati, OH (supporting Electric Light Orchestra, with Steve Hillage)

Feb. 20    Quebec City, QC    Centre Municipal des Congress The Quebec (supported by Et Cetera)

Feb. 22          Toronto, Ontario         Maple Leaf Gardens        (supported by Symphonic Slam)

Feb. 23          Montreal, Quebec                 Montreal Forum           ( supported by Et Cetera)

Feb. 24          Albany, New York              Palace Theater              (supporting Renaissance)

Feb. 25          Boston, MA             Orpheum Theater           (supporting Renaissance)

Feb. 26          Upper Darby, Pennsylvania          Tower Theater                    (supported by Ace)

Feb. 27          New York, New York                    Avery Fisher Music Hall

Feb. 28          Hempstead, New York             Calderone Concert Hall             (supported by Ace)

Mar. 1           Ellicott City, Maryland                  Hollywood Palace               (supported by Zed)

Mar. 2           Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania              Soldiers and Sailors Hall          (unconfirmed)

Mar. 4           Chicago, Illinois               Riviera Theatre     (supported by Renaissance)

Mar. 5           Akron, Ohio            Civic Theatre           (supporting Renaissance, with Mr. Big)

Mar. 6           Detroit, MI                  Ford Auditorium            (supporting Renaissance)

Mar. 8           Indianapolis, IN      Indiana Theater           (supporting Renaissance, with  Mr. Big

Mar. 11          Atlanta, Georgia        Fox Theater            (supporting Renaissance, with Sea Level)

Mar. 12          Tampa, Florida          University of South Florida        (supporting Renaissance)

May 13          Miami, Florida          Gusman Cultural Center            (supporting Renaissance)

Mar. 18       Armadillo World Headquarters, Austin, TX    (supported by The Wommack Brothers)

Mar. 19          Dallas, Texas                    Electric Ballroom                (supported by Prism)

Mar. 20          Tulsa, Oklahoma          The Wharf   (supported by Point Blank)

Mar. 22          Kansas City, Missouri                  Uptown Theater         (cancelled)

Mar. 25          Portland, Oregon      Paramount Theater                    (supported by Starcastle)

Mar. 26          Seattle, Washington          Paramount Theater      (supported by Starcastle)

Mar. 28          San Jose, California                     San Jose Center for the Performing Arts            (supported by Pablo Cruise & Stallion.  Hometown heroes Pablo Cruise were supposed to headline but, for some reason, they and Giant switched places)

Mar. 30          San Diego, California                   Golden Hall             (supported by Renaissance)

Mar. 31          Los Angeles, CA        Shrine Auditorium        (supported by Renaissance & Gallagher and Lyle)

Apr. 1            Phoenix, Arizona             Celebrity Theater             (supporting Renaissance)

June 17         Koln, GER           Mungersdorfer Stadion       (GG Cancelled. Genesis, Manfred Mann's Earthband & Lake performed)

June 19         Offenbach, Germany                    Stadion am Bieberer Berg          (GG Cancelled, replaced by John Miles. Genesis, Manfred Mann's Earthband & Lake also performed

Sep. 26          Cambrai, France                          Palais des Grottes - Jardin Public

Sep. 27          Brussels, Belgium                        Theatre 140

Sep. 28          Eindhoven, Holland                      Stadsschouwburg

Sep. 29          Nijmegen, Holland                        De Vereeniging

Oct. 1            Hannover, Germany                     NDR-Sendesaal

Oct. 2            Berlin, Germany                           Eissporthalle

Oct. 3            Offenbach, Germany                    Stadthalle

Oct. 4            Munich, Germany                        Circus Krone Building

Oct. 5            Heidelberg, Germany                   Stadthalle

Oct. 6            Koln, Germany                             Sporthalle

Oct. 7            Zurich, Switzerland                      Volkshaus

Oct. 8            Basel, Switzerland                       Mustermesse Reihenring

Oct. 9            Feldkirch, Austria                         Stadthalle

Oct. 10          Lugano, Switzerland                     Palazzetto dello Sport

US Tour

Oct. ?            Center Valley, PA         Allentown College        (unconfirmed gig with Robin Trower)

Oct. 28          Blue Bell, Pennsylvania                Montgomery County Community College

Oct. 29          Upper Darby, Pennsylvania          Tower Theater     (supported by Dr. Feelgood)

Oct 30           Guelph, ON         University of Guelph - Athletic Centre       (supported by Garfield who replaced Dr. Feelgood)

Nov. 1           Montreal, Quebec                        Montreal Forum                  (supported by John Mayall. This gig was originally scheduled to take place on Oct. 31 with Dr. Feelgood as support)

Nov. 2           Waterloo, Ontario                         Waterloo University - Physical Activity Complex                                          (cancelled, due to poor ticket sales supported by Dr. Feelgood & Rose)

Nov. 3           Albany, NY       Palace Theater           (supported by Dr. Feelgood)

Nov. 4           Buffalo, NY       New Century Theatre      (supported by Dr. Feelgood & Crawler)

Nov. 5           New York, NY    Palladium                 (supported by Dr. Feelgood & Crawler)

Nov. 6           New Paltz, NY      New Paltz College - Elting Gym      (supported by Dr. Feelgood)

Nov. 8           New Haven, CT        Yale University - Woolsey Hall        (supported by Dr. Feelgood & The Dingoes)

Nov. 9           Ellicott City, Maryland                  Hollywood Palace           (supported by Source.          Originally, the band was scheduled to play in nearby Washington D.C at Warner Theater on this night with Dr. Feelgood, but that was cancelled andrescheduled for the Hollywood Palace)

Nov. 10         Bailey's Crossroads, VA      Louie's Rock City    (supported by Dr. Feelgood & Face Dancer)

Nov. 11         Boston, MA                Paradise Theatre        (supported by Dr. Feelgood)

Nov. 12         Boston, MA                Paradise Theatre        (supported by Dr. Feelgood)

Nov. 13         Boston, MA                Paradise Theatre        (supported by Dr. Feelgood)

Nov. 15         Cleveland, Ohio                Agora Ballroom           (supported by Sandy Nassan)

Nov. 16         Hempstead, NY     Calderone Concert Hall             (supported by Dr. Feelgood)

Nov. 17         Asbury Park, NJ     Convention Centre - Paramount Theater      (supported by Law)

Nov. 18         Chester, PA            Widener University - Schwartz Physical Education Center                                (supported by Baby Grand, which later evolved into the Hooters.  At this concert, all who brought canned goods with them to be donated to the local Salvation Army charity drive received a discount on the admission price)

Nov. 20         Chicago, Illinois                           Uptown Theater            (supported by Law)

Nov. 21         Stevens Point, WI             University of Wisconsin - Quandt Fieldhouse                                               (supported by Law. The University’s Athletic Department sponsored the concert as a fundraising event)

November 22, 1977 Oriental Landmark Theater, Milwaukee, WI (supported by Law)

1978

January 5, 1978 Golders Green Hippodrome, London, ENG (filmed by the BBC for Sight and Sound)

1979

1980

May 6, 1980 Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY

May 7, 1980 Hullabaloo, Rensselaer, NY (supported by 805)

May 8, 1980 Stage East, Syracuse, NY (supported by 805)

May 9, 1980 Theatre St-Denis, Montreal, QC (2 shows)

May 10, 1980 Massey Hall, Toronto, ON

May 11, 1980 Triangle Theater, Rochester, NY (supported by 805)

May 12, 1980 Harpo's Theatre, Detroit, MI

May 13, 1980 Agora Ballroom, Cleveland, OH

May 15, 1980 Kleinhan's Music Hall, Buffalo, NY (supported by 805)

May 16, 1980 Tower Theater, Upper Darby, PA

May 17, 1980 Palladium, New York City, NY (supported by David Sancious)

May 18, 1980 Toad's Place, New Haven, CT

May 20, 1980 Park West, Chicago, IL

May 22, 1980 Paradise Club, Boston, MA (2 shows supported by Shane Champagne Band)

May 23, 1980 Fast Lane Asbury Park, NJ (supported by Regina Richards and the Red Hots)

May 24, 1980 Calderone Concert Hall, Mempstead, NY (supported by Regina Richards and the Red Hots)

May 25, 1980 Painters Mill Music Fair, Owings Mills, MD

May 27, 1980 Rogues Gallery, Virginia Beach, VA (supported by Robin Thompson. This gig was originally scheduled for May 26)

May 28, 1980 Charleston, WV (Unconfirmed)

May 29, 1980 Agora, Atlanta, GA

May 31, 1980 Great Southern Music Hall, Gainesville, FL

June 1, 1980 Gusman Cultural Center, Miami, FL

June 3, 1980 Palace, Houston, TX (supported by Heyoka)

June 4, 1980 Bijou Showcase Club, Dallas, TX (supported by Lightning)

June 5, 1980 Armadillo World Headquarters, Austin, TX

June 6, 1980 Boomer Theater, Norman, OK

June 8, 1980 Rainbow Music Hall, Denver, CO

June 9, 1980 KiMo Theatre, Albuquerque, NM (cancelled due to poor ticket sales)

June 10-11, 1980 Dooley’s, Tempe, AZ (2 shows on 11th)

June 13-14, 1980 Roxy, West Hollywood, CA (2 shows each night, supported by Juggler James Marcel)

June 15, 1980 Old Waldorf, San Francisco, CA (2 shows 8.00 & 11.00, supported by comedian A. Whitney Brown)

June 16, 1980 Roxy, West Hollywood, CA (2 shows supported by Juggler James Marcel)

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