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1965

Airplane Pre-History

Marty Balin, an aspiring folk singer, forms a ‘folk-rock’ group with his friend Paul Kantner. With his father, he finds investors to buy a sleepy pizza joint at 3138 Fillmore, in the Marina District, renames it the Matrix and decorates the club with murals in a new, hip style. After asking around and auditioning musicians, Kantner and Balin decide on the following lineup:

Marty Balin-vocals Signe Toly-vocals (she would later become Signe Andersen) Jorma Kaukonen-lead guitar Paul Kantner-guitar, vocals Bob Harvey-bass Jerry Peloquin-drums

Initially, although Jorma Kaukonen—hitherto the hottest solo acoustic blues picker in the South Bay—played electric guitar (including an electric 12-string), Kantner and bassist Bob Harvey simply played amplified acoustic guitar and bass. Harvey, Kantner and Toly were basically folkies, while Peloquin had drummed with various jazz groups. Kantner and Balin knew each other from the SF coffee-house folk scene, and Kantner knew Kaukonen as a fellow former student of the University of Santa Clara (as well as from the South Bay folk scene).

August 13, 1965 Matrix, San Francisco, CA (First gig, opening night of the Matrix)

There were probably several other Airplane gigs at the Matrix in August and September. In fact, the Airplane may have played many nights at the Matrix during this period, as their equipment was there and they rehearsed there.

September 8, 1965 Matrix, San Francisco, CA (supporting JC Burris)

September 23-26, 1965 Matrix, San Francisco, CA (Supporting Lightning Hopkins)

September 22, 1965 Coffee Gallery, San Francisco, CA (after a set at the Matrix, they play for fum at this local cofee shop)

September 27, 1965 Circle Star Theatre, San Mateo, CA (Supporting The Animals)

September 30, 1965 unknown location

October 16, 1965 Longshoreman's Hall, San Francisco, CA ("A Tribute To Dr. Strange: A Rock and Roll Dance Concert”, with Great Society, The Charlatans, The Marbles. This was the first, legendary Family Dog Promotion. Great Society singer Grace Slick, having attended the first Airplane show, makes her formal performance debut this night (a warmup show at the Coffee Gallery the night before notwithstanding)

October 24, 1965 Harmon Gymnasium, University of California, Berkeley, CA (with Larry Hankin)

October 30, 1965 Harmon Gymnasium, University of California, Berkeley, CA (Jack Casady's first show, replacing Bob Harvey on bass)

November 6, 1965 Calliope Ballroom, San Francisco, CA (San Francisco Mime Troupe Appeal Party I, the first Bill Graham production (A Tribute to Ming the Merciless, with the Fugs, Sandy Bull, John Handy Quintet, the Committee, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Allen Ginsberg - Setlist : It's No Secret, Tobacco Road, Runnin' Round This World)

December 10, 1965 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA ('San Francisco Mime Troupe Appeal Party II', with the Grateful Dead, Great Society, John Handy Quintet, Mystery Trend, Gentlemen's Band. The first Bill Graham show at the Fillmore)

1966

In early 1966, the members of The Jefferson Airplane were :

Marty Balin-vocals Signe Toly-vocals Jorma Kaukonen-lead guitar Paul Kantner-guitar, vocals Jack Casady-bass Skip Spence-drums

January 8, 1966 California Hall, San Francisco, CA (with The Charlatans)

January 9 & 11-12, 1966 Matrix, San Francisco, CA

January 14-16, 1966 Kitsilano Theatre, Vancouver, BC (supported by the Tom Northcott Trio)

February 4-6, 1966 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (Bill Graham's first commercial Fillmore shows with Mystery Trend & Quicksilver Messenger Service)

February 8-13, 1966 Matrix, San Francisco, CA

February 19, 1966 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (Family Dog Presents with Bill Graham, first Family Dog production, supported by Big Brother and the Holding Company)

March 4-5, 1966 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (supported by Quicksilver Messenger Service)

March 25, 1966 Harmon Gymnasium, University of California, Berkeley, CA (Vietnam Day Committee Peace Trip, supported by Mystery Trend & The Morning Fog)

March ?, 1966 Civic Auditorium, San Jose, CA (Supporting Ramsey Lewis Trio)

March ?, 1966 University of Santa Clara, Santa Clara, CA

March ?, 1966 Athletic field, UC Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA

April 1-2, 1966 University of California Harmon Gym, Berkeley, CA (Delano Grape Strikers Benefit, supported by Quicksilver Messenger Service, The Skins, The Exiles & Monty Waters & The Band. JA & QMS cancelled and were replaced by The Great Society & Big Brother and the Holding Company)

April 1-3, 1966 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (Supported by (1st) Quicksilver Messenger Service, (2nd) Family Tree & (3rd) The Hedds)

April 7, 1966 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (with Poets Andrei Voznesensky & Lawrence Ferlinghetti)

April 8, 1966 California Hall, San Francisco, CA (supported by Quicksilver Messenger Service)

April 9, 1966 Veterans Memorial Hall, Santa Rosa, CA (supported by The Hideaways)

April 11-13, 1966 Matrix, San Francisco, CA

April 15, 1966 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (supporting the Paul Butterfield Blues Band)

April 16, 1966 Harmon Gymnasium, University of California, Berkeley, CA (supporting the Paul Butterfield Blues Band)

April 17, 1966 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (Afternoon show supporting the Paul Butterfield Blues Band)

April 29, 1966 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (supported by Lightnin' Hopkins & The Jaywalkers)

April 30, 1966 Civic Auditorium, Stockton, CA (University of the Pacific Mardi Gras Celebration)

May 6-7, 1966 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (with The Jaywalkers)

May 10-11, 1966 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA

May 14, 1966 Coconut Ballroom, Santa Cruz, CA (Supported by Flowers Of Evil & American Tragedy)

May 22, 1966 Cabana Hotel, Palo Alto, CA (Peninsula Volunteers "Step 'N Time" Gala with Les Brown and His Band of Renown)

May 28, 1966 Civic Auditorium, Santa Cruz, CA (supported by Mystery Trend & Flowers of Evil)

May 30-June 4, 1966 Matrix, San Francisco, CA

June 4, 1966 Civic Auditorium, San Jose, CA (with The E Types, William Penn and His Pals. Skip Spence's last show with the band)

June 6, 1966 Sheraton Palace Hotel, San Francisco, CA (Private Event for the Republican Party. This was Spencer Dryden’s first gig as the Airplane’s drummer)

June 9, 1966 Wonderland Skating Rink, Fresno, CA

June 10-11, 1966 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (supported by Great Society & Heavenly Blues Band, who cancelled)

June 24, 1966 Cow Palace, San Francisco, CA ("KFRC Presents the Beach Boys Summer Spectacular" with the Beach Boys, Lovin' Spoonful, Byrds, Percy Sledge, Neil Diamond, Chad and Jeremy, The Leaves, The Sunrays, The Outsiders, Sir Douglas Quintet & Jefferson Airplane)

June 27-29, 1966 Tivoli Ballroom, Seattle, WA (booked one week starting June 27, only three concerts were played)

July 1-2, 1966 Losers North, San Jose, CA (supported by Jackie DeShannon)

July 3, 1966 Pauley Ballroom, University of California, Berkeley, CA ("Special Gypsy Fiddle Program", afternoon show, with Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach, Alice Stuart Thomas & The Gypsies)

July 3, 1966 Pauley Ballroom, University of California, Berkeley, CA ("Dance Happening", evening show, supported by Country Joe and the Fish & Greenbriar Boys)

July 4, 1966 Greek Theatre, University of California, Berkeley, CA (9th Annual Berkeley Folk Festival with Pete Seeger, Robert Pete Williams, Greenbriar Boys, Alice Stuart Thomas, Sam Hinton, Charley Marshall, Phil Ochs & John Fahey)

July 15-17, 1966 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (supported by the Grateful Dead)

July 22-23, 1966 Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco, CA (supported by Great Society)

July 26, 1966 Cow Palace, San Francisco, CA (supporting the Rolling Stones, also with Sopwith Camel, the Trade Winds, The McCoys, The Standells)

July 29, 1966 Rollarena, San Leandro, CA (supported by The Soul Venders & The System of Soul)

August 2-5, 1966 Losers South, San Jose, CA (2nd-4th supported by Big Brother and the Holding Company, 5th supported by Great Society)

August 13, 1966 Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento, CA (supporting The Animals & Wailers)

August 12-13, 1966 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (supported by the Grateful Dead)

August 17, 1966 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA ("Mod Hatter Fashion Show", supported by Mimi Farina & Quicksilver Messenger Service)

August 18-21, 1966 Mother Blues, Chicago, IL

August 24-28, 1966 Whisky A-Go-Go, West Hollywood, CA

September 2-3, 1966 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (supported by PH Factor Jugband & Andrew Staples)

September 11, 1966 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (Benefit for Both/And Jazz Club with Jon Hendricks Trio, Elvin Jones, Joe Henderson Quartet, Big Mama Thornton, Denny Zeitlin Trio, Great Society & Wildflower. This show is the last performance of the Great Society)

September 17, 1966 Monterey County Fairgrounds, Monterey, CA (Monterey Jazz Festival "Nothing But the Blues" afternoon show with Jon Hendricks, Jimmy Rushing, Shakey Horton, Memphis Slim, Big Mama Thornton, Muddy Waters, Butterfield Blues Band)

September 20, 1966 unknown location

September 23-24 & 30, 1966 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (First Bill Graham shows at Winterland with Butterfield Blues Band & Muddy Waters)

September 25 & October 1-2, 1966 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (with Butterfield Blues Band & Muddy Waters)

September 23 and 24, as well as September 30 and October 1 (the Friday and Saturday night shows) were scheduled for Winterland, and the September 25 and October 2 (Sundays) were Fillmore afternoon shows. However, due to riots in the Fillmore district, the October 1 (Friday) show was rescheduled from Winterland to the Fillmore, but was still only attended by a few hundred people.

October 5, 1966 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (not verified)

October 6, 1966 Basketball Pavilion, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA (with the Butterfield Blues Band)

October 7-8, 1966 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (supporting Butterfield Blues Band, with The Grateful Dead)

October 8, 1966 Orange County Fairgrounds, Costa Mesa, CA (Pacific Jazz Festival, with Jon Hendricks, Jimmy Rushing, Shakey Horton, Memphis Slim, Big Mama Thornton, Muddy Waters, Butterfield Blues Band)

October 9, 1966 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (supporting Butterfield Blues Band, with The Grateful Dead)

October 14-16, 1966 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (Signe's Last Show on the 15th, Grace's first show on the 16th. Supporting Butterfield Blues Band, with Big Mama Thornton)

At this point, the ‘classic’ Airplane has taken shape. The lineup is : Marty Balin-vocals Grace Slick-vocals Jorma Kaukonen-lead guitar Paul Kantner-guitar, vocals Jack Casady-bass Spencer Dryden-drums

October 19, 1966 Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, CA ("Fol De Rol Goes Pop!!", Sponsored by the San Francisco Opera Guild, with Ray Hackett. JA performed one song during the show, and a set afterwards)

October 21, 1966 University of California, Santa Barbara, CA (supported by Syndicate of Sound)

October 22, 1966 Darby Gymnasium, Grinnell College, Grinnell, IA (Homecoming Dance)

October 24-27, 1966 Matrix, San Francisco, CA (supported by The Only Alternative and His Other Possibilities. Although list JA didn't play on the 23rd)

October 28, 1966 Slip Madigan Memorial Gymnasium, St. Mary's College, Moraga, CA (supported by Patty Phillips and the Chosen Four)

October 29, 1966 The Matrix, San Francisco, CA (fan club show)

October 30, 1966 Harmon Gymnasium, University of California, Berkeley, CA (with Larry Hankin of the Committee)

November 6, 1966 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA ("Edwardian Ball", supported by Daemon Lover)

November 9, 1966 Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver, BC (supported by Muddy Waters & Tom Northcott Trio)

November 19, 1966 Gymnasium, University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA

November 25-27, 1966 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (supported by James Cotton Blues Band & Moby Grape)

December 1-12, 1966 Whisky A Go Go, Hollywood, CA (supported by Peanut Butter Conspiracy)

December 16-18, 1966 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (supported by Junior Wells Chicago Blues Band & Tim Rose

December 28, 1966 Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (supporting the Beach Boys, with The Seeds, Sopwith Camel, Music Machine, Royal Guardsmen)

December 30-31, 1966 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (supported by Grateful Dead & Quicksilver Messenger Service)

1967

January 8, 1967 Webster Hall, New York City, NY (RCA Promotional Party, with Mike Bloomfield & Mark Naftalin)

January 11-22, 1967 Basin Street West, San Francisco, CA (supporting Dizzy Gillespie Quintet)

January 14, 1967 Polo Field, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, CA (Great Human Be-In, Afternoon show with the Grateful Dead & Quicksilver Messenger Service)

January 26, 1967 Santa Venetia Armory, San Rafael, CA (supported by The Morning Glory)

February 3-5, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (supported by Quicksilver Messenger Service & Dino Valenti. Also supported by Country Joe and the Fish, Loading Zone & New Delhi River Band on the 5th only for "Delano Strike Benefit")

February 8, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA (not verified)

February 11, 1967 Earl Warren Showgrounds, Santa Barbara, CA

February 17, 1967 Swarthmore College Clothier Hall, Swarthmore, PA("2nd Annual Swarthmore College Rock Festival", supported by Tim Buckley & Woody's Truck Stop)

February 18, 1967 Gym, SUNY Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY (supported by Daily Flash)

February 21-March 4, 1967 Cafe au Go-Go, New York City, NY (Supported by (21st-26th) Richie Havens, (27th-4th) The Paupers)

March 5, 1967 Frost Amphitheatre, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA (with Dick Gregory)

March 10-11, 1967 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (with Jimmy Reed, John Lee Hooker & Stu Gardner Trio)

March 12, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (Afternoon show, with Jimmy Reed, John Lee Hooker & Stu Gardner Trio)

March 19, 1967 Concert Hall, Mills College, Oakland, CA (this was the culmination of a two-day conference at Mills on Rock and Roll, featuring Ralph Gleason and Phil Spector, among others)

March 27, 1967 Richmond Arena, Richmond, BC (Vancouver Trips Festival, supported by Collectors, Painted Ship & Magic Fern)

April 7, 1967 University of San Francisco Gymnasium, San Francisco, CA (supported by Buffalo Springfield)

April 8, 1967 Merced County Fairgrounds, Merced, CA (supported by Andrew Staples)

April 9, 1967 The Cheetah, Santa Monica, CA (2 shows 3.00 & 8.30, supported by the Doors)

April 11-13, 1967 Matrix, San Francisco, CA (supported by Sparrow)

April 12, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (Afternoon show, "Busted" Benefit for San Francisco Mime Troupe, supported by Grateful Dead, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Moby Grape, Andrew Staples & Loading Zone)

April 14-16, 1967 Kaleidoscope, Los Angeles, CA (supported by the Grateful Dead & Canned Heat)

April 15, 1967 "Boss City" TV show with the Byrds

April 18-30, 1967 Unicorn Coffee House, Cambridge, MA

April 21, 1967 Commonwealth Armory, Boston, MA] (American Festival of Music '67)

May 5, 1967 Contra Costa College Gym, San Pablo, CA

May 6, 1967 Greek Theatre, University of California, Berkeley, CA (Benefit for a summer camp for underprivileged children with Dick Gregory)

May 7, 1967 Frost Amphitheatre, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA (unconfirmed)

May 7, 1967 Freeborn Hall, University of California, Davis, CA (with the Steve Miller Blues Band)

May 7, 1967 CBS Studios, Hollywood, CA (US TV "Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour" performing with live vocals to studio backing tracks, "Somebody to Love", broadcast May 7 & "White Rabbit", broadcast June 25)

May 11, 1967 Cowell/Stevenson Dining Commons, UC Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA (“Spring Thing”. The campus-wide event was held from Thursday May 11 thru Sunday May 14. The capstone was a Jefferson Airplane concert at the Coconut Grove in Santa Cruz, open to the public and advertised in the San Francisco Chronicle. The Airplane played the Campus proper on the night of Thursday May 11. Since the band had an upcoming Fillmore date, the campus show would not have been formally advertised.

May 12-14, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (supported by The Paupers)

May 14, 1967 Panhandle, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, CA (unconfirmed)

May 14, 1967 Coconut Grove, Santa Cruz, CA (supported by Flowers Of Evil & American Tragedy)

May 18, 1967 Civic Auditorium, San Jose, CA (supported by Rainy Daze, Chocolate Watchband & Lewis and Clark Expedition)

May 19, 1967 California Polytechnic State University's Men's Gym, San Luis Obispo, CA (supported by Circus)

May 20, 1967 "Boss City" TV show (with Gale Garnett, Brenton Woods & The Doors)

May 20, 1967 Birmingham High School Stadium, Van Nuys, CA (supported by the Doors, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Peanut Butter Conspiracy, Merry Go Round, Standells and "Pepsi Boss Battle of the Bands". The Doors open the show (they have a gig at the Whisky), and a third of the 10,000 people leave after their 6:00 pm set)

May 21, 1967 Mission Garden, University of Santa Clara, Santa Clara, CA (Afternoon show, Supported by Cal Tjader & Vince Guaraldi)

May 21, 1967 Selland Arena, Fresno, CA (Evening show)

May 26, 1967 Carver Gym, Western Washington State College, Bellingham, WA (Supported by Safety Patrol)

May 27, 1967 Richmond Arena, Richmond, BC ("Vancouver Trips Festival", supported by Collectors, Painted Ship & Magic Fern)

May 28, 1967 Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR (supported by The Byrds, PH Phactor Jug Band & Magic Fern)

May 29, 1967 Spokane Coliseum, Spokane, WA (Trips Festival supported by The Byrds)

May 30, 1967 Seattle Center Arena, Seattle, WA (Trips Festival supported by The Byrds, Don and The Good Times, Magic Fern & Crome Syrcus)

May 30, 1967 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (HALO: Haight-Ashbury Legal Organization benefit, with Grateful Dead, Big Brother and The Holding Company, Quicksilver Messenger Service & Charlatans. Not all bands played. In Tom Donahue’s introduction to Quicksilver, he says “all three bands will play twice.”)

June 3, 1967 ABC-TV Studios, Hollywood, CA (US TV "American Bandstand" lip syncing to "White Rabbit" & "Somebody to Love")

June 3, 1967 Contra Costa College, San Pablo, CA (supported by the Overlook Express)

June 4, 1967 Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX

June 5, 1967 Municipal Auditorium, San Antonio, TX (supported by Jim Jones and The Chanteys & Zachery Thaks)

June 9, 1967 Wonderland Skating Rink, Fresno, CA (supported by the Lavender Hill Mob & The 5 O'Clock News Hour)

June 10-11, 1967 Earl Warren Showgrounds, Santa Barbara, CA (supported by Heads and Tails & Captain Speed)

June 11, 1967 Cushing Memorial Theater, Mt. Tamalpais State Park, Mill Valley, CA (KFRC Fantasy Fair & Magic Mountain Music Festival)

June 17, 1967 Horse Show Arena, Monterey County Fairgrounds, Monterey, CA (Monterey International Pop Festival)

Somebody To Love, The Other Side Of This Life, White Rabbit, High Flying Bird, Today, She Has Funny Cars, Young Girl Sunday Blues, Ballad Of You And Me And Pooneil

June 19, 1967 Winterland, San Francisco, CA

June 20-25, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (supported by Jimi Hendrix & Gabor Szabo. JA didn't play all these dates due to Grace's illness, and were replaced by Big Brother and the Holding Company)

June 21, 1967 Speedway Meadows, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, CA ("Summer Solstice Festival", with Big Brother and The Holding Company, Grateful Dead, Quicksilver Messenger Service & Mad River)

June 30, 1967 Ford Auditorium, Detroit, MI (supported by MC5, The Rationals, The Apostles & Ourselves)

July 1, 1967 Civic Opera House, Chicago, IL (supported by Peanut Butter Conspiracy)

July 2, 1967 Field House, Beloit College, Beloit, WI

Jefferson Airplane UK Tour 1967 (re-scheduled for 1968) July 6, 1967 Blaises Club, London, UK (cancelled)

July 7, 1967 Fantasy Fayre, Los Angeles, CA

Summer ?, 1967 South Florida 4H Youth Club Convention, Miami, FL

July 15, 1967 Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, CA (2 shows 3.0@ & 8.30 supporting The Doors, with Merry Go-Round)

July 16, 1967 Devonshire Meadows Raceway, Northridge, CA (Fantasy Faire and Magic Music Festival, with Canned Heat, Merry-Go-Round, Thornshield, New Delhi River Band, Heather Stones, Country Joe and The Fish, Butterfield Blues Band, Sunshine Company, Humane Society, Solid State)

July 17, 1967 Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino, CA (supported by the Caretakers)

July 19-21, 1967 Minneapolis Convention Hall, Minneapolis, MN (supported by Buffalo Springfield, Electric Prunes & Shadows of Knight)

July 22, 1967 Convention Hall, Asbury Park, NJ (supported by Peanut Butter Conspiracy)

July 23, 1967 Nathan Phillips Square, Toronto, ON (Free concert, supported by Luke & the Apostles & Spring Garden Road)

July 27-29, 1967 Broadmoor International Center, Colorado Springs, CO (2 shows on 29th)

July 31-August 5, 1967 O'Keefe Centre, Toronto, ON (supported by the Grateful Dead & Luke and The Apostles)

August 4, 1967 Nathan Phillips Square, Toronto, ON (Afternoon show)

August 6, 1967 Place Ville Marie, Montreal, QC (Free afternoon show, supported by the Grateful Dead)

August 6, 1967 Expo 67, Montreal, QC (Evening show, supported by the Grateful Dead)

August 7, 1967 Eastman Theater, Rochester, NY

August 8, 1967 Civic Center, Springfield, MA (supported by CC And The Chasers)

August 9, 1967 St. John Terrell's Music Circus, Lambertville, NJ

August 22, 1967 Civic Auditorium?, Bakersfield, CA

September 1, 1967 Community Concourse, San Diego, CA (supported by The Seeds & Marsha and The Esquires)

September 2, 1967 Civic Auditorium?, Bakersfield, CA

September 14, 1967 O'Keefe Centre, Toronto, ON ("The O'Keefe Centre Presents: The Rock Scene: Like It Is", Hosted by Noel Harrison, with the Doors, Dionne Warwick, Sergio Mendes and Brasil 66 & Eric Andersen. lip-syncing to "White Rabbit", "Two Heads" & "Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil". broadcast, CBC, October 16, 1967)

September 15, 1967 Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood, CA (Supported by the Grateful Dead & Big Brother and the Holding Company who didn't show up)

Somebody to Love, She Has Funny Cars, Young Girl Sunday Blues, Martha, Two Heads, It's No Secret, Don't Let Me Down, Today, Jam, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, White Rabbit

September 16, 1967 Elysian Park, Los Angeles, CA (free concert with the Grateful Dead) (unconfirmed)

September 23, 1967 Seattle Center Coliseum, Seattle, WA (supported by the Youngbloods, Magic Fern & International Brick)

September 28, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (supported by Mother Earth & Flamin' Groovies)

September 29-30, 1967 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (supported by Mother Earth & Flamin' Groovies)

October 3, 1967 NBC-TV Studios, Burbank, CA (US TV "The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson" performing "Somebody To Love" & White Rabbit". Bill Dana, Phil Harris, Desi Arnaz alsp appear)

October 7, 1967 Earl Warren Showgrounds, Santa Barbara, CA (supported by Hour Glass & Spirit)

October 11-12, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (supported by Blue Cheer & The Charlatans, 11th was a Benefit for Haight-Ashbury Medical Clinic)

October 13-14, 1967 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (supported by Blue Cheer, The Charlatans)

The Other Side Of This Life, Watch Her Ride, It's No Secret, White Rabbit, Ballad Of You and Me and Pooneil, Fat Angel

October 15, 1967 Hughes Stadium, Sacramento, CA (1st Annual Sacramento Pop Music Festival with Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Sunshine Company, Strawberry Alarm Clock, Hamilton Street Car, Hour Glass, Breed & Spirit)

October 19, 1967 Warfield Theater, San Francisco, CA

October 20, 1967 Hunter College Auditorium, New York City, NY (2 shows supported by The Paupers. This was the famous "Sinatra doesn't do encores" show)

October 21, 1967 Penn Theatre, Pittsburgh, PA (supported by The Paupers)

October 29, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (Proposition "P" benefit with Mother Earth, Mad River, The Committee)

October 31, 1967 NBC-TV Studios, Burbank, CA (US TV "The Perry Como Holiday Special" Lip-syncing "Watch Her Ride" & "Martha", broadcast on November 30, 1967)

October 31, 1967 Terrace Ballroom, Salt Lake City, UT

November ?, 1967 Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA

November 4-6, 1967 Village Theatre, New York City, NY (cancelled)

November 4, 1967 Woolsey Hall, New Haven, CT

November 5, 1967 SUNY Gym, Stony Brook, Long Island, NY (2 shows supported by Kaleidoscope)

November 7-8, 1967 Family Dog, Denver, CO (supported by the Other Half)

November 11, 1967 Winnipeg Arena, Winnipeg, MB (supported by the Guess Who)

December 2, 1967 Back Bay Theater, Boston, MA

December 3, 1967 Sheraton-Park Hotel Ballroom, Washington DC

December 6, 1967 War Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse, NY

December 7, 1967 Cincinnati, OH

December 8, 1967 Civic Center, Charleston, WV

December 31, 1967 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (supported by Big Brother and the Holding Company, Quicksilver Messenger Service & Freedom Highway)

1968

??? ??, 1968 CBS Studios, Hollywood, CA (US TV "Jonathan Winters Show" performing "Today", "Somebody to Love" & "Crown of Creation")

January 30-February 1, 1968 The Matrix, San Francisco, CA

February 10, 1968 The Terrace, Salt Lake City, UT (2 shows 7.00 & 10.00, supported by Taj Mahal Blues Band, War of Armageddon)

February 14, 1968 Carousel Ballroom, San Francisco, CA (Opening night of the Carousel)

February 15, 1968 San Quentin Prison, San Quentin, CA (various members of the Jefferson Airplane, Grateful Dead, and Country Joe and the Fish)

February 22, 1968 NBC-TV Studios, Burbank, CA (US TV "Tonight Show". Also appearing: Jerry Lewis, Shirley Jones, Linda Cristal, Larry Tucker, Paul Mazursky)

February 23-24, 1968 Pinnacle Shrine Exposition Hall, Los Angeles, CA (supported by Charlie Musselwhite, The Ceyleib People & Clear Light)

March 8-9, 1968 MelodyLand Theater, Anaheim, CA (2 shows, supported by the Grateful Dead)

March 15-17, 1968 Carousel Ballroom, San Francisco, CA (supported by the Grateful Dead)

March 18, 1968 Tivolis Koncertsal, Copenhagen, DEN (cancelled)

March 22-23, 1968 Kaleidoscope, Los Angeles, CA (with Canned Head & Fever Tree, who replaced Buffalo Springfield)

March 24, 1968 Kaleidoscope, Hollywood, CA (Benefit for striking KPPC radio personnel with Buffalo Springfield, Tiny Tim, H P Lovecraft, Steppenwolf, Sweetwater, Firesign Theatre, Clear Light, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Peanut Butter Conspiracy & Genesis)

March 24, 1968 Kaleidoscope, Hollywood, CA (evening show, supporting Buffalo Springfield, with Canned Heat)

March 26, 1968 MelodyLand Theater, Anaheim, CA (supported by the Grateful Dead) (unconfirmed)

March ??, 1968 Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Phoenix, AZ

March 30, 1968 Bovard Auditorium, USC, Los Angeles, CA (supported by Iron Butterfly)

April 13, 1968 Royal Albert Hall, London, ENG (cancelled with The Doors)

April 21, 1968 Westbury Music Fair, Westbury, NY (supported by Iron Butterfly)

April 27, 1968 Lincoln Park, North Dartmouth, MA (MIT Spring Weekend '68)

April 28, 1968 Shapiro Athletic Center, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA (2 shows, supported by Iron Butterfly)

April 30, 1968 Kaleidoscope, Hollywood, CA (supported by Canned Heat) (unconfirmed)

May ??, 1968 (University of Maryland?), Shady Grove, MD (with Iron Butterfly)

May 3-4, 1968 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (2 shows each night 8.00 & 11.30, supported by The Crazy World of Arthur Brown. For some reason, Spencer Dryden was not present for the last few dates, and Canadian drummer Jeff Cutler filled in at Fillmore East. Cutler was in a Toronto band called Jon Lee and The Checkmates, then based in Philadelphia, who would morph into a group called Rhinoceros. Hendrix drummer Mitch Mitchell also sat in for one of the encores.

May 5, 1968 Central Park, New York, NY (afternoon free concert, with the Grateful Dead & Butterfield Blues Band)

May 8, 1968 Carousel Ballroom, San Francisco, CA (“Fire Dance” Alton Kelly Benefit, supported by Charlatans, Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks, It’s A Beautiful Day. The Grateful Dead were scheduled, but did not play (they were elsewhere). Possibly the Steve Miller Band took their place)

May 17, 1968 Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento, CA

May 18, 1968 Santa Clara County Fairgrounds, San Jose, CA (Northern California Folk-Rock Festival, with The Doors, Big Brother and The Holding Company, Grateful Dead, Steve Miller Band, Youngbloods, Electric Flag, Kaleidoscope, Country Joe and the Fish, Taj Mahal, People, Sons of Champlin, Crome Syrcus, Transatlantic Railroad, Indian Head Band, Mourning Reign) (poss 19th)

May 18, 1968 Pinnacle Shrine Exposition Hall, Los Angeles, CA (with Grateful Dead, Steve Miller Band & Taj Mahal. JA appeared as unannounced guests)

May 25, 1968 Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino, CA (supported by Iron Butterfly & Boston Tea Party)

June 7-9, 1968 Carousel Ballroom, San Francisco, CA (supported by the Grateful Dead & Fleetwood Mac, who almost certainly did not appear, as their first American tour was delayed)

June 7-9, 1968 Carousel Ballroom, San Francisco, CA (supported by Grateful Dead & Fleetwood Mac)

On Sunday, June 9, the Dead and The Airplane attempted to play Speedway Meadows, in honor of Bobby Kennedy, but they were blocked by the police who insisted that the Cub Scouts permit superseded their interests.

June 12, 1968 Carousel Ballroom, San Francisco, CA ("Fire Dance" Alton Kelley Benefit, Supported by the Charlatans, Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks & Steve Miller Band. Originally planned for May 8, 1968 - JA was scheduled to play May 8 but did not play June 12)

July 5, 1968 Tucson, AZ (cancelled)

July 6, 1968 Lagoon Terrace, Salt Lake City, UT (cancelled, rescheduled for August 14th)

July 12, 1968 Montreal, QC

July 13, 1968 Convention Center, Asbury Park, NJ (Unconfirmed venue)

July 19-20, 1968 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (2 shows, supported by H.P. Lovecraft)

July 21, 1968 McMaster University, Hamilton, ON (supported by Kensington Market & Bittergarden)

July 23, 1968 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO

July 24, 1968 Electric Theatre, Chicago, IL (2 shows 7.00 & 10.00, supported by Iron Butterfly)

August 2, 1968 Selland Arena, Fresno, CA (supported by Thermal Vibration & Just Another Rock Group)

August 4, 1968 Orange County Fairgrounds, Costa Mesa, CA (Newport Pop Festival)

August 10, 1968 Community Concourse, San Diego, CA

August 14, 1968 The Lagoon, Salt Lake City, UT (2 shows 7.00 & 9.30)

August ?, 1968 Grant Park, Chicago, IL

August ?, 1968 Westbury Music Fair, Westbury, NY

August 26, 1968 Konserthuset, Stockholm, SWE (unconfirmed)

August 28, 1968 Falkoner Centret, Copenhagen, DEN (supported by Beefeaters)

It's No Secret, Watch Her Ride, White Rabbit, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Fat Angel, Star Track, Triad, Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, House at Pooneil Corners, Today, Greasy Heart, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Somebody to Love

August 29, 1968 Revolution Club, London, ENG (Private party)

August 30, 1968 Brussels, BEL

August 31, 1968 Ford Farm Hayles Field, Isle of Wight, ENG (Great South Coast Bank Holiday Pop Festivity, with Crazy World of Arthur Brown, The Move, Pretty Things, Tyrannosaurus Rex & Fairport Convention)

September 4 or 5, 1968 Parliament Hill, Hempstead Heath, London, ENG (free concert, with Fairport Convention)

She Has Funny Cars, Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, It's No Secret, If You Feel, Somebody To Love, Today

E: White Rabbit

September 6-7, 1968 Roundhouse, London, ENG (with The Doors)

September 10, 1968 Musikhalle, Hamburg, GER (with The Doors)

Watch Her Ride, Triad, Crown of Creation, If You Feel, In Time, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, White Rabbit, Jam, Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil > The House at Pooneil Corners

September 12, 1968 Rheinhalle, Dusseldorf, GER

September 14, 1968 Kongresshalle, Frankfurt, GER (with The Doors & Canned Heat)

September 15, 1968 Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, NED (2 shows with The Doors & Terry Reid. Jim Morrison succumbs to Amsterdam’s ‘charms’ and does not appear with the Doors, so Ray Manzarek handles the vocal chores this night)

September 20, 1968 Konserthuset, Stockholm, SWE (2 shows with The Doors, Terry Reid & Savoy Brown)

September 28, 1968 Ed Sullivan Theater, New York City, NY (US TV "Ed Sullivan Show" performing "Crown of Creation")

September 29, 1968 Central Park, New York City, NY (with Buddy Guy and Junior Wells, Ten Years After, Country Joe and the Fish)

October 3, 1968 Whitney Museum of American Art, New York City, NY ("An Evening with Glenn McKay's Headlights", Benefit for Whitney Museum, with Raymond Lewenthal)

October 6, 1968 Clarkson College, Potsdam, NY

October 24-26, 1968 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA (supported by Ballet Afro-Haiti, A. B. Skhy. Recorded for "Bless Its Pointed Little Head")

November 1, 1968 CBS Studios, Hollywood CA (US TV "Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour" performing "Crown of Creation" & "Lather", broadcast November 10, 1968)

November 9, 1968 California State College, Long Beach, CA (supported by Chicago Transit Authority, Spirit, Things To Come, The Collectors & The Black Pearl)

November 16, 1968 Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA

It's No Secret, Watch Her Ride, White Rabbit, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Star Track, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Fat Angel, Greasy Heart, Crown of Creation, Philly Jam, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds

November 18, 1968 Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA (unconfirmed)

November 19, 1968 Schuyler Hotel, New York City, NY (JA attempted a rooftop concert atop a 9-story hotel, for the Godard movie "1 AM", but they created a nuisance and were shut down by the police)

November 21, 1968 Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI (2 shows supported by The Frost) (unconfirmed)

November 22, 1968 Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL (supported by Blue Cheer & Creedence Clearwater Revival)

November 23, 1968 Allen Theater, Cleveland, OH (2 shows 7.00 & 10.00 supported by Glen Schwartz, Pacific Gas and Electric Co.)

November 24, 1968 Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI (2 shows, Jefferson Airplane, supported by (Early Show) The Frost, (Late Show) Terry Reid)

November 28-30, 1968 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (2 shows each night, recorded for "Bless Its Pointed Little Head" with Buddy Guy & Chuck Davis Dance Company)

Jack Casady temporarily joins Country Joe and The Fish for a few dates in December ’68 and January ‘69, filling in for the ill Mark Ryan.

1969

January 14-15, 1969 Grande Riviera Ballroom, Detroit, MI

March 8, 1969 Honolulu International Center, Honolulu, HI

March 17, 1969 Winterland, San Francisco, CA "Monster Jam" Benefit for Rancho Olompali Jefferson Airplane/Grateful Dead/Sons of Champlin/Red Mountain Rancho Olompali had been the home of the Grateful Dead in the Spring of 1966. Subsequently it housed a commune called The Chosen People, but the commune got busted and the mansion burned down. A Monday night benefit was held at Winterland to cover their bills. The Berkeley Barb reported that the Airplane, the Dead and the Sons were all expected to play.

April 4, 1969 Gill Coliseum, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR (supported by Sleepy Hollow)

April 13, 1969 The Matrix, San Francisco, CA (probably a Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady show, possibly with other Airplane members. While the pair are performing in local clubs, they are not yet known as Hot Tuna. Aynsley Dunbar, in town because he is playing Fillmore West with his own band, jams with Jorma and Jack)

April 26, 1969 Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino, CA 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Somebody To Love, Wooden Ships, Fat Angel, Uncle Sam Blues, Plastic Fantastic Lover, It's No Secret, Greasy Heart, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Volunteers, Jam, White Rabbit, The Other Side of This Life

April 27, 1969 Coliseum Arena, Oakland, CA (with Jimi Hendrix Experience & Fat Mattress. Jack Casady joins in with the Experience on bass for some jamming, allowing Noel Redding to switch to guitar)

May 2-3, 1969 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (supported by The Grateful Dead & Mongo Santamaria)

May 7, 1969 Polo Grounds, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, CA (supported by Grateful Dead) The Other Side of This Life, Somebody to Love, The Farm, Greasy Heart, Good Shepherd, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Uncle Sam Blues, Volunteers, White Rabbit, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon > Jam, We Can Be Together, Mexico, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds

May 9, 1969 Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall, Kansas City, KS It's No Secret, Good Shepherd, Watch Her Ride, The Other Side of This Life, Martha, Crown of Creation, The Farm, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Star Track, Wooden Ships > J.P.P. McStep B. Blues, One of These Days, Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil

May 10, 1969 The Graffiti, Aurora, IL

May ?, 1969 Dane County Coliseum?, Madison, WI

May ?, 1969 Milwuakee, WI

May 13 or 14, 1969 Grant Park, Chicago, IL (A free show, attended by 50,000 people)

May 15, 1969 St. Bernard Civic Auditorium, New Orleans, LA (2 shows, supported by Nectar & Headlites. Jack Casady arrested for marijuana possesion the next day)

May ??, 1969 - (Dane County Coliseum?), Madison, WI

May ??, 1969 Aragon Ballroom?, Chicago, IL

May 17, 1969 Pirate’s World, Dania, FL

May 24, 1969 Memorial Coliseum, Phoenix, AZ (supported by Iron Butterfly)

May 25, 1969 Family Park, Santa Clara County Fairgrounds, San Jose, CA (Northern California Folk-Rock Festival 1969)

May 25, 1969 practice field, San Jose State College Aquarian Family Festival Ace of Cups/All Men Joy/Birth/Beggars Opera/Boz Skaggs/Crabs/Crow/ Cleanliness & Godliness Skiffle Band/Devine Madness/Denver/The Doobie Brothers/Elgin Marble/Flaming Groovies/Frumious Bandersnatch/Gentle Dance/Greater Carmichael Traveling Street Band/Glass Mountain/High Country/Jefferson Airplane/Joy of Cooking/Last Mile/Libras/Lamb/Living Color/Linn County/Mother Ball/ Morning Glory/Mad River/Mt. Rushmore/Nymbus/Old Davis/Red Grass, Green Smoke/Rubber Maze/ Rising Tide/Rejoice/Sunrise/Sable/Sons of Champlin/Sounds Unlimited Blues Band/ Sandy Bull/The Steve Miller Band/ Stoned Fox/South Bay Experimental Flash/Throckmorton/ Tree of Life/Weird Herald/Womb/Warren Purcell/Zephyr Grove/

A three day (May 23-24-25) free concert put on in conjunction with (and in contrast with) the Folk-Rock Festival at the Fairgrounds, less than a mile away. Per the wikipedia entry

Terms of the agreement with the University required that people could be present only during the performance of music. Because part of the purpose of the concert was to provide a safe place to stay for tens of thousands of people traveling to town to attend another concert being held in town about a mile away at the Santa Clara County fairgrounds, music had to be performed continuously from the start at 12:00pm Friday until the close of the festival at 4:00pm Sunday afternoon. Thus the festival featured 52 hours of continuous music.

The festival was produced in 10 days at a total cost of $968 by approximately 30 people who were volunteers with the Institute for Research and Understanding whose Dirt Cheap Productions unit produced the concert. Assistance was also given by the musicians' cooperative Druid Corporation House and the San Jose Free University. Legal services were paid for by the band Led Zeppelin which did not perform at the [free] festival. Independent sources estimated attendance at 200,000 people, with 80,000 spending the night on Saturday.

There is some uncertainty as to which groups exactly played. Mad River, for example, had just broken up (possibly they were contacted, and then broke up). Most of these groups are “second-tier” club bands from the South Bay or East Bay. Two stages were constructed so that bands could set up while another was playing, in order to fulfill the obligation that people could be present only when bands were playing. According to one of the organizer’s website , however, the Airplane showed up Sunday morning and played an extended set. Jimi Hendrix dropped by, hoping to jam, just as the stage was being dismantled and never got the chance.

May 28, 1969 Winterland, San Francisco, CA ("People's Park Bail Ball benefit", with Grateful Dead, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Santana, Elvin Bishop, Bangor Flying Circus, Aum)

June 5, 1969 Municipal Auditorium, San Antonio, TX (supported by Zachary Thaks, Jim Jones and The Chanteys & The Electric Kiss)

June 6, 1969 Earl Warren Showgrounds, Santa Barbara, CA (supported by Steve Miller Band & Pulse)

June 13-14, 1969 Family Dog at The Great Highway, San Francisco, CA (with The Charlatans, Pulse, Devil's Kitchen & Juggler Jim Reinhart. The Airplane were broadcast on KSAN-FM on ghe 13th. This was the opening of Chet Helm’s new Family Dog venue)

(13th) Tortoise Jam, Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, The Other Side of This Life, Wooden Ships > J.P.P. McStep B. Blues, Crown of Creation, Greasy Heart, Good Shepherd, Fat Angel, Volunteers, House at Pooneil Corners

June 14, 1969 NBC-TV Studios, Burbank, CA (US TV "Tonight Show". Also appearing were Tiny Tim, Kenneth Tynan & Trenny Robb)

June 16, 1969 Family Dog at The Great Highway, San Francisco, CA (An impromptu performance with Joey Covington playing with the band)

July 4-6, 1969 Bullfrog Music Festival, Clackamas County, OR (with Sons of Champlin, Ace of Cups, Portland Electric Zoo Band, Family Tree, Mixed Blood & other local bands)

A 3-day festival (July 4-5-6) held outside Oregon City (about 20 miles south of Portland) on private land at Bullfrog Lake Trailer Park.

July 7, 1969 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA (Benefit for the (ultimately canceled) Wild West Rock Festival, supported by Ace of Cups & Phoenix)

July 19, 1969 Aragon Ballroom, Chicago IL (supported by Blue Cheer & Hello People) Poss 18th with The Ventures and Dillard & Clark)

July 27, 1969 Balboa Stadium, San Diego, CA (supported by the Sons of Champlin, Ten Years After & Congress of Wonders)

July 28, 1969 Griffith Park, Los Angeles, CA (Free concert with Ace of Cups & Sons of Champlin)

August 2, 1969 Atlantic City Racetrack, Mays Landing, NJ (Atlantic City Pop Festival, With Joey Covington on drums)

August 8-9, 1969 Fillmore East, New York, NY (supported by Joe Cocker & The Grease Band & Spontaneous Sound)

August 10, 1969 Sheep Meadow, Central Park, New York City, NY (Free Concert, supported by Santana. Jorma and Jack sat in with Santana for a couple of Jams & Uncle Sam Blues)

JA: The Other Side of This Life, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, Come Back Baby, Fat Angel, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Somebody to Love, Wooden Ships, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, White Rabbit, We Can Be Together, Volunteers, Mau Mau (including Feel So Good)

August 12, 1969 Tanglewood, Lenox, MA (supported by The Who & B. B. King)

August 17, 1969 Max Yasgur's Farm, Bethel, NY (Woodstock. Nicky Hopkins sits in on grand piano)

The Other Side of This Life, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Volunteers, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Eskimo Blue Day, Uncle Sam Blues, Somebody To Love, White Rabbit

August 18, 1969 ABC Studios, New York City, NY (US TV "Dick Cavett Show" performing "We Can Be Together", "Volunteers", "Somebody To Love" & "Jam". Broadcast on the 19th)

August 23, 1969 Kezar Stadium, San Francisco, CA (cancelled - Wild West Festival)

September 1, 1969 International Speedway, Baton Rouge, LA (New Orleans Pop Festival. The Byrds, Chicago Transit Authority, County Joe and The Fish, Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin & others. JA jam with Grateful Dead at the end of the festival)

September 6-7, 1969 Family Dog at the Great Highway, San Francisco, CA (with Grateful Dead) (6th) Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil > Starship, Good Shepherd, We Can Be Together, Somebody to Love, The Farm, Crown of Creation, Come Back Baby, Wooden Ships, Volunteers > Jam (with Jerry Garcia) > drum solo (Spencer Dryden) > Jam (with Jerry Garcia and Mickey Hart)

(7th) Peggy Sue, That'll Be The Day, Johnny B. Goode, Baby What You Want Me To Do, Pipeline > Big Railroad Blues, Louie Louie > Twist and Shout > Blue Moon

October 4, 1969 Civic Center Music Hall, Oklahoma City, OK (2 shows)

October 5, 1969 Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX (“Rock Jubilee”, supported by Grateful Dead, Byrds & Poco. The Sons of Champlin were originally on the bill, but did not play the show. The show ended at 10 pm with the plug getting pulled on the Airplane)

October 10, 1969 Agrodome, Vancouver, BC (supported by Ace of Cups) Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Somebody to Love, Young Girl Sunday Blues, Wooden Ships, Volunteers, Come Back Baby, Fat Angel, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Greasy Heart, We Can Be Together, Crown of Creation, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Jam > You Wear Your Dresses Too Short, Wild Tyme, Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil > House at Pooneil Corners

E: White Rabbit(?)

October 11, 1969 Seattle Center Arena, Seattle, WA (supported by Ace of Cups)

October 17-18, 1969 Honolulu Civic Center, Honolulu, HI (Paul Kantner arrested for marijuana possession in Honolulu on the 19th)

October 24-25, 1969 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (supported by The Grateful Dead, Sons of Champlin, Doug Kershaw & Hot Tuna)

October 31, 1969 Los Angeles Forum, Inglewood, CA (with the Moody Blues, who cancelled when they were held up in Customs. JA played "all night" (almost 3 hours!)

1: Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Volunteers, Good Shepherd, Uncle Sam Blues, Martha, Plastic Fantastic Lover

Hot Tuna: Come Back Baby, True Religion, Drifting (with Marty), I Can Tell, Up or Down (with Marty), This Old Heart of Mine

2: You Wear Your Dresses too Short, We Can Be Together, Greasy Heart, Wooden Ships, Young Girl Sunday Blues, The Other Side of This Life, Crown of Creation, Fat Angel, The House at Pooneil Corners, Eskimo Blue Day, White Rabbit, The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil

November 1, 1969 Elysian Fields, Los Angeles, CA (Free show with the Moody Blues) Go to Her, It's No Secret, Blues From an Airplane, White Rabbit, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Share a Little Joke, The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, It's No Secret (reprise), Somebody To Love, Greasy Heart

November 5, 1969 Boston Music Hall, Boston, MA (supported by Spider John Koerner & Willie Murphy)

November 14-15, 1969 Eastown Theater, Detroit, MI (supported by King Crimson. The 14th was cancelled when the Airplane's equipment truck driver got busted at the border and they didn't want to perform without their own equipment and light show)

November 15, 1969 Iowa Fieldhouse, Iowa City, IA

November 21, 1969 The Palestra, Philadelphia, PA (supported by Lighthouse & Sweet Stavin Chain)

November 22, 1969 Ritchie Coliseum, University of Maryland, College Park, MD (2 shows supported by Lighthouse) Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, White Rabbit, Crown of Creation, Wooden Ships, Good Shepherd, Come Back Baby, The Other Side of This Life, You Wear Your Dresses Too Short, Greasy Heart, We Can Be Together > Volunteers

November ??, 1969 Utica Memorial Auditorium, Utica, NY (broadcast on WOUR, Utica, NY) Good Shepherd, Somebody to Love, Uncle Sam Blues, Have You Seen the Saucers, Mexico, Wooden Ships, The Other Side of This Life, Nothing, Fat Angel, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Drifting, Greasy Heart, The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil Known from an fM broadcast on WOUR, Utica, New York.

November 26, 28 & 29, 1969 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (2 shows each night, supported by Youngbloods & Joseph Eger's Crossover. In the late show in the 29th, Grace dressed as Adolf Hitler and actor Rip Torn appeared as Richard Nixon)

November 30, 1969 West Palm Beach Auditorium, West Palm Beach, FL (First Annual West Palm Beach Music and Art Festival)

“First Palm Beach Music and Arts Festival” A three-day festival (November 28-30, 1969). Headline acts included The Rolling Stones, Janis Joplin, Sly and The Family Stone, Steppenwolf, The Byrds and Country Joe and The Fish.

We Can Be Together, Somebody to Love, The Other Side of This Life, Good Shepherd, Jam > You Wear Your Dresses Too Short, The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, Greasy Heart, White Rabbit, Volunteers

December 6, 1969 Altamont Speedway, Livermore, CA (free concert, supporting Rolling Stones, with Grateful Dead, Flying Burrito Brothers, Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young & Santana)

December 31, 1969 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (supported by Quicksilver Messenger Service, Sons of Champlin, Hot Tuna)

1970

January 17, 1970 Spencer Dryden leaves the band

February 4, 1970 Family Dog at the Great Highway, San Francisco, CA (Joined by Jerry Garcia & Carlos Santana)

February 7, 1970 Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim CA

February 23, 1970 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (Benefit for Grateful Dead, with Quicksilver Messenger Service, Santana, It's a Beautiful Day, Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks)

February 27, 1970 Oklahoma City Music Hall, Oklahoma City, OK (2 shows. JA fined $1000 for singing "fuck" at this show)

February 28, 1970 Winterland, San Francisco, CA

March 4, 1970 New Orleans House, Berkeley, CA (Rehearsal with Joey Covington)

March 6, 1970 Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, TX

March 7, 1970 Municipal Auditorium, San Antonio, TX (with Hot Tuna)

March 8, 1970 San Francisco, CA

March 11, 1970 (Forum?) Los Angeles, CA (with Hot Tuna)

March 14, 1970 State Teachers College, New Paltz, NY (with The Youngbloods)

March 15-17, 1970 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA (not verified)

March 20, 1970 Rhode Island College Walsh Gymnasium, Providence, RI (2 shows with Hot Tuna)

March 21, 1970 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (with Hot Tuna, John Mayall, Lighthouse & Duster Bennett)

March 22, 1970 Civic Center, Baltimore, MD (with Hot Tuna)

March 23, 1970 New York City, NY (with Hot Tuna)

(March 23, 1970 (Monday) - Assumption College, Worcester, MA)

Spencer Dryden's last show

(According to Covington, JA played NYC on this date, so this show may have happened earlier)

March 24, 1970* (Tuesday) - Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY

The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, White Rabbit, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Wooden Ships, Come Back Baby, Fat Angel, Emergency, Have You Seen the Saucers, Good Shepherd, We Can Be Together > Volunteers, Up or Down > You Wear Your Dresses Too Short

Supposedly Joey Covington's first show, although according to Covington, Dryden left the band on 1-17-70

Also with Hot Tuna, Roxy

  1. March 25, 1970* (Wednesday) - Suffolk County Community College, Selden, NY

The Other Side of This Life, Wooden Ships, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, We Can Be Together, Uncle Sam Blues, Emergency, Have You Seen the Saucers, You Wear Your Dresses Too Short

Grace Slick absent due to illness

Also with Hot Tuna, Country Joe and the Fish

March 26, 1970 War Memorial Auditorium, Rochester, NY

March 29, 1970 Toronto Fair! O'Keefe Centre, Toronto, ON (with Hot Tuna)

April 2, 1970* (Thursday) - "San Francisco Rock: Go Ride the Music", Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco CA

We Can Be Together > Volunteers, Mexico, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Somebody to Love, Emergency, Wooden Ships

Filmed by KQED-TV for broadcast December 6 1970, KQED/NET

  1. April 15, 1970 (Wednesday) - Anti-War Rally, Federal Building, San Francisco CA

Afternoon show

Also with CSNY, Cleveland Wrecking Company

  1. April 15, 1970* (Wednesday) - Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA

We Can Be Together, Mexico, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, The Other Side of This Life, Greasy Heart, Crown of Creation, Come Back Baby, Emergency, Have You Seen the Saucers, Somebody to Love, Wooden Ships, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Volunteers

Also with the Hot Tuna, Grateful Dead and Quicksilver Messenger Service

(possibly incorrect date or incorrect setlist)

April 17, 1970 Tea Party, Boston MA (with Hot Tuna)

April 19, 1970 Fordham University Gymnasium, Bronx, NY (2 shows 3.00 & 8.00 with John Hammond. Hot Tuna show, Paul and Grace did not show up)

April 22, 1970 Gannon University, Erie PA (with Hot Tuna)

April 24, 1970 Brown University, Providence RI (supported by John Sebastian)

April 25, 1970 Mount St. Mary's College, Emmitsburg MD (with Hot Tuna)

April 26, 1970 Allentown Fairgrounds, Allentown PA (with Hot Tuna)

  1. April 29, 1970 (Wednesday) - The Pub, Miami, FL

(may be just Hot Tuna)

April 30, 1970 Jai Alai Fronton, Miami FL (with Hot Tuna)

May 1, 1970 Athletic Field, SUNY, Stony Brook NY (with Hot Tuna)

Volunteers, Somebody to Love, The Other Side of This Life, Mexico, Uncle Sam Blues, Come Back Baby, White Rabbit, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Crown of Creation, Good Shepherd, Jam, Have You Seen the Saucers, We Can Be Together, Volunteers

E: The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil

May 2, 1970 SUNY Gymnasium, New Paltz, NY (with Youngbloods & Hot Tuna)

May 3, 1970 Central Park, New York City, NY (with Hot Tuna)

Somebody to Love, Wooden Ships, Mexico, The Other Side of This Life, White Rabbit, Crown of Creation, Uncle Sam Blues (or Come Back Baby?), Plastic Fantastic Lover, Have You Seen the Saucers, Good Shepherd, Greasy Heart, We Can Be Together, Volunteers

May 5, 1970 Ritz Theatre, New York City, NY (with Hot Tuna)

May 6-7, 1970 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (with Manfred Mann Chapter Three)

May 10, 1970 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO (with Alvin Pivel and two other local bands)

May 15, 1970 Minneapolis Auditorium, Minneapolis, MN (with Hot Tuna, Crow)

  1. May 16, 1970 - Marty arrested for marijuana possession in Bloomington MN
  1. May 17, 1970* (Sunday) - Assembly Hall, Bloomington, MN

The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, Mexico, Get Off Jam, Greasy Heart, Uncle Sam Blues, White Rabbit, Volunteers, Whatever the Old Man Does, Easy (Jam), Baby What You Want Me to Do, Somebody to Love, The Other Side of This Life, Good Shepherd

Without Marty Balin

Also with Hot Tuna, B. B. King, the Byrds

May 23, 1970 Camp Randall Field House, University of Wisconsin, Madison WI

May 24, 1970 Michigan University Old College Field, East Lansing, MI (Open Air Celebration, with Delaney, Bonnie & Friends, Chicago, John Sebastian The Faces & Rotary Connection)

May ??, 1970 Wisconsin State University Gymnasium, Eau Claire WI

May 28, 1970 Fairbanks, AK (with Hot Tuna)

May 29, 1970 Gold Dome, Fairbanks, AK (with Hot Tuna)

May 30, 1970 Anchorage, AK (with Hot Tuna)

June 20-22, 1970 New York City, NY (with Hot Tuna)

June 26, 1970 Kralingse Bos, Rotterdam, NED (Kralingen Music Festival)

June 28, 1970 Royal Bath & West Showground, Shepton Mallet, ENG (Bath Festival of Blues and Progressive Music)

Hot Tuna (with Marty Balin): Baby What You Want Me To Do, Come Back Baby, Whatever the Old Man Does, Up or Down, Star Track, Emergency, You Wear Your Dresses Too Short

JA: Volunteers, Somebody to Love, The Other Side of This Life, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Greca Improvisation, Rock Me Baby, The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil

(July 6, 1970 (Monday) - Anaheim CA)

(may be February 7, 1970)

July 24, 1970 Mississippi River Festival, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, IL (cancelled)

August 4-9, 1970 Harmonyville (Cancelled)

August 4, 1970 Matrix, San Francisco, CA

Rock Me Baby, Just Ain't Thick Enough For Me, Jam, Fat Angel (instr.), Jam

Hot Tuna with Nicky Hopkins and Dino Valente, also with Santata

August 15, 1970 - Mountaindale Summer Theater, Mountaindale NY

August 18, 1970 Jai Alai Fronton, Miami, FL (with Hot Tuna)

August 19, 1970 Curtis Hixon Hall, Tampa, FL (with Hot Tuna)

We Can Be Together, Somebody to Love, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Whatever the Old Man Does, Mexico, The Other Side of This Life, Up or Down, Uncle Sam Blues, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Crown of Creation, The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, Volunteers

E: White Rabbit, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds

August 21, 1970 Jai Alai Fronton, Miami, FL (with Hot Tuna)

August 22, 1970 Sports Auditorium, Orlando, FL (with Hot Tuna)

August 24, 1970 Municipal Auditorium, Atlanta, GA (with Hot Tuna)

Somebody To Love, Crown of Creation, The Other Side of This Life, Up or Down, Mexico, We Can Be Together, Whatever the Old Man Does, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Come Back Baby, Have You Seen the Saucers, Greasy Heart, Good Shepherd, Jam > I Can Tell, White Rabbit, Volunteers

August 26, 1970 Convention Hall, Asbury Park NJ (with Hot Tuna)

August 27, 1970 (Thursday) - ??? PA (with Hot Tuna)

September 14-15, 1970 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA (supported by Hot Tuna, Dry Creek Road & Black Ghost)

September 17, 1970 Warfield Theater, San Francisco, CA (not verified)

October 1, 1970 Winterland, San Francisco, CA

October 4-5, 1970 Winterland, San Francisco CA (First show with Papa John Creach, supported by Grateful Dead, Hot Tuna, Quicksilver Messenger Service & New Riders of the Purple Sage)

October 10, 1970 University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee WI (with Hot Tuna)

October 11, 1970 Memorial Gymnasium, Kent State University, Kent OH (supported by Sha Na Na)

October 24, 1970 Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall, Kansas City KS (with Hot Tuna)

October 25, 1970 Unknown venue (Convention Hall?), Wichita KS (with Hot Tuna)

Come Back Baby, Up or Down, Whatever the Old Man Does, John's Other, Have You Seen the Saucers, Somebody To Love, We Can Be Together, Mexico, Crown of Creation, Emergency, Uncle Sam Blues, Blues Jam, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, White Rabbit, The Other Side of This Life, Volunteers

November 1, 1970 (Sunday) - Daniel Meyer Coliseum, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth TX

Hot Tuna: John's Other

JA: 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds

Also with Space Opera

November 5, 1970 Boston Fair, Boston, MA (with Hot Tuna)

November 6, 1970 SUNY Campus Gym, Albany, NY (2 shows with Hot Tuna)

November 7, 1970 Roberts Athletic Center, Boston College, Boston, MA (with Hot Tuna)

November 10, 1970 Spaulding Gym, Keene State College, Keene, NH

  1. November 13, 1970* (Friday) - Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY

Early show: Have You Seen the Saucers, Somebody to Love, We Can Be Together, Crown of Creation, Mexico, Uncle Sam Blues, Pretty As You Feel, The Other Side of This Life, White Rabbit, Volunteers

E: You Wear Your Dresses Too Short, Nothing

Late show: Hot Tuna: Come Back Baby, Whatever the Old Man Does, Up or Down, Blues Jam, Get Off, You Wear Your Dresses Too Short

JA: Have You Seen the Saucers > Starship, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Good Shepherd, We Can Be Together, Pretty As You Feel, John's Other, Somebody to Love, Volunteers

E: Emergency, Hot Tuna: Been All Around This World, Baby What You Want Me To Do

Also with E Pluribus Unum

November 14, 1970 Manley Field House, Syracuse University, Syracuse NY (with Hot Tuna)

November 16, 1970 46th Street Rock Palace, Brooklyn, NY (2 shows)

November 17, 1970 Trinity College, Hartford, CT (cancelled due to a large number of forged tickets)

November 18, 1970 Kingston Armory, Kingston, PA (with Hot Tuna & Cyrana)

November 20, 1970 War Memorial Auditorium, Rochester, NY (Jorma later joined the Grateful Dead for a 3rd set at the Palestra after this show)

November 21, 1970 Pennsylvania State University, University Park, State College, PA (with Hot Tuna)

November 25, 1970 Fillmore East, New York City, NY

Early Show: Hot Tuna (electric): Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning, Candy Man, Rock Me Baby

JA: Mexico, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Emergency, Greasy Heart, Jams, Volunteers, Come Back Baby, Up or Down, I Can Tell, John's Other, You Wear Your Dresses Too Short, Have You Seen the Saucers, Somebody to Love, We Can Be Together > Volunteers

Late Show:

Also with Buddy Guy and Junior Wells

  1. November 26, 1970* (Thursday) - Dick Cavett Show, ABC Studios, New York City, NY

Emergency, Volunteers

Also appearing: Geraldine Page, Stanley Myron Handelman, Rip Torn, Bette Davis, Truman Capote

TV broadcast, ABC

(recorded on November 25)

November 26, 1970* (Thursday) - Fillmore East, New York City, NY

Two shows

Also with Hot Tuna, Buddy Guy and Junior Wells

(not verified)

November 27, 1970 (Friday) - Fillmore East, New York City, NY

Two shows

Also with Hot Tuna, Buddy Guy and Junior Wells

November 28, 1970 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (2 shows with Buddy Guy and Junior Wells)


December 19, 1970 (Saturday) - ??? OR

Also with Hot Tuna

(December 31, 1970 (Thursday) - Winterland, San Francisco CA)

(tapes with this date appear to be 10-4-70)

JA did not play this show, it was just Hot Tuna


1971

January 15-16, 1971 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (Hot Tuna, supported by Taj Mahal & Brethren)

On 13 May 1971 Grace Slick was badly injured in a near-fatal automobile accident when her car slammed into a wall in a tunnel near the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. Her recuperation took several months, which forced Jefferson Airplane to cancel all concert and touring commitments for the rest of 1971

May 24, 1971 Minneapolis, MN (Cancelled)

August 15, 1971 Wall Stadium, Wall, NJ

August 18, 1971 Gaelic Park, Bronx, NY

August 20, 1971 Cobo Hall, Detroit, MI (with 5 Man Electric Band, postponed from 5-21-71)

August 21, 1971 Midway Stadium, St. Paul, MN (with Hot Tuna, Leo Kottke, The Who, Grateful Dead, Cancelled??)

August 22, 1971 Met Sports Center, Bloomington, MN (SuperSunday Rock Festival, Cancelled)

August 24, 1971 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (with Edgar Winter Group?, Hot Tuna)

September 25, 1971 Friends and Relations Hall, San Francisco, CA (Private party for Grunt Records)

November 20, 1971 Crisler Arena, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI (with Hot Tuna)

1972

??? ??, 1972 Capitol Theater, Port Chester, NY

January 14, 1972 Crisler Arena, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

January 16, 1972 Public Hall, Cleveland OH (supported by REO Speedwagon)

January 19, 1972 Convention Center, Louisville, KY

January 20, 1972 O'Hare Arena, Dayton, OH

March 10, 1972 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (not verified)

July ??, 1972 William and Mary College, Williamsburg VA

August 10, 1972 Dillon Stadium, Hartford CT

August 12, 1972 Roosevelt Raceway, Westbury, NY (Festival Of Hope, Benefit for Nassau Society for Crippled Children and Adults, with Jefferson Airplane, Chuck Berry, James Brown, Commander Cody & His Lost Planet Airmen, James Gang, Elephant's Memory, McKendree Spring & Stephen Stills Manassas)

August 14, 1972 Gaelic Park, Bronx, NY (supported by Commander Cody & His Lost Planet Airmen. Show was shortened due to rain and so a free show was put on the next dat to make up for it)

August 15, 1972 Central Park Great Lawn, New York City, NY (Free show)

August  18, 1972 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supported by Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen)

August 21, 1972 University of Akron Rubber Ball, Akron, OH (with Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen)

August 22, 1972 Cobo Hall, Detroit, MI (with Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen, Cancelled due to drug bust)

August 24-25, 1972 Auditorium Theater, Chicago IL

August 30, 1972 Assembly Center, Tulsa, OK

September 3, 1972 Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood, CA (with Poco)

September 7, 1972 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA (supported by Poco)

September 8, 1972 Community Center, Tucson, AZ (with Poco)

September 10, 1972 University Arena, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM (with Poco)

September 15-16, 1972 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (with Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen)

September 21-22, 1972 Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA (Last original Jefferson Airplane show, with Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen)

1989

1989 Reunion Tour: Paul Kantner, Grace Slick, Marty Balin, Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady, Peter Kaukonen, Tim Gorman, Kenny Aronoff (Spencer Dryden was not invited to join)

August 17, 1989 Performing Arts Center, Providence, RI (Cancelled)

August 18, 1989 Riverside Theater, Milwaukee WI

August 19, 1989 Fox Theater, St. Louis MO

August 22, 1989 Mann Music Center, Philadelphia PA

August 23, 1989 Waterloo Village, Stanhope, PA (Cancelled)

August 23, 1989 Finger Lakes Performing Arts Center, Canandaigua NY

August 25, 1989 River Bend Music Center, Cincinnati OH

August 26, 1989 Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia MD

August 28, 1989 Grandstand, New York State Fair Park, Syracuse NY

August 29-30, 1989 Radio City Music Hall, New York NY

August 30, 1989 Darien Lakes Amphitheater, NY was originally scheduled for this date

September 1, 1989 Jones Beach, Wantagh NY

September 2, 1989 Garden State Arts Center, Holmdel NJ

September 3, 1989 Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs NY

September 4, 1989 Lake Compounce, Bristol CT

September 6, 1989 Great Woods, Mansfield MA

September 8, 1989 Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls OH

September 9, 1989 Poplar Creek, Hoffman Estates IL

September 10, 1989 Pine Knob Music Center, Clarkston MI

September 12, 1989 Starwood Amphitheater, Nashville, TN (Cancelled)

September 13, 1989 Lakewood Amphitheater, Atlanta, GA (Cancelled)

September 15, 1989 Irwin Center, Austin, TX (Cancelled)

September 16, 1989 The Summit, Houston, TX (Cancelled)

September 16, 1989 Pacific Amphitheater, Costa Mesa CA

September 17, 1989 Starplex, Dallas, TX (Cancelled)

September 20, 1989 Red Rocks Amphitheater, Morrison, CO (Cancelled)

September 21, 1989 Greek Theatre, Berkeley, CA (not verified)

September 22, 1989 Greek Theatre, Berkeley CA

September 23, 1989 Concord Pavilion, Concord CA

September 24, 1989 Los Angeles, CA (Cancelled)

September 26-28, 1989 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA

September 30, 1989 Polo Field, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco CA (Free show for food donations to San Francisco Food Bank with Bob Weir and Rob Wasserman)

October 2-3, 1989 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (Cancelled)

October 7, 1989 March for the Homeless, Washington, DC (performed Somebody to Love, Crown of Creation, Baby What You Want Me to Do, She Has Funny Cars, Volunteers)

A tour of Japan scheduled for late 1989 was cancelled

1996

January 16, 1996 Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York City, NY (Hall of Fame Rehearsals performing Volunteers (3 versions), Embryonic Journey, Crown of Creation (2 versions)

January 17, 1996 Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York City, NY (Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, performing Crown of Creation, Embryonic Journey, Volunteers With Spencer Dryden. Grace Slick did not appear)

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