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1962

? ?, 1962 Waskesiu Lake, Waskesiu, SK (Joni started making music in Saskatchewan mostly up at northern lakes around Lake Waskesi)

October 31, 1962 Louis Riel, Saskatoon, SK (Joni's first paid performance)

November 5, 1962 Louis Riel, Saskatoon, SK

November 14, 1962 Louis Riel, Saskatoon, SK (Unconfirmed)

1963

? ?, 1963 Louis Riel, Saskatoon, SK (Joni participated in some weekly “Hoot Nights” here, playing her ukulele)

August ?, 1963 Prince Albert, SK (CANADIAN TV "For Men Only". Joni performed several songs and was interviewed after being booked as a replacement on the late-night moose-hunting show)

September ?, 1963 Yardbird Suite, Edmonton, AB (Unconfirmed)

September 13, 1963 The Depression!, Calgary, AB (opening night. Joni performed more dates at the Depression! over a period of three and a half months)

November 1-2, 1963 The Depression!, Calgary, AB

November 8-9, 1963 The Depression!, Calgary, AB

November ?, 1963 Joni performed at several ski lodges in the mountains of Alberta

December 14, 1963 Central High School, Calgary, AB

1964

? ?, 1964 Louis Riel, Saskatoon, SK

? ?, 1964 Fourth Dimension, Regina, SK

? ?, 1964 The Depression!, Calgary, AB

? ?, 1964 Yardbird Suite, Edmonton, AB

? ?, 1964 Allied Art Centre, Calgary, AB (Hootenanny, Sponsored by CFAC Radio 1)

February 5, 1964 Booster Club, Calgary, AB (Hootenanny)

February 14, 1964 University Of Alberta, Calgary, AB (Hootenanny, filmed by CFCN-TV for later broadcast)

April 3-4, 1964 Folk & Blues Club, Calgary, AB

? ?, 1964 The Press Club, Calgary, AB (Private Banquets)

April 16, 1964 Jubilee Auditorium, Calgary, AB ('Hootenanny Sing Out, Sponsored by the Calgary Optimist's Club)

? ?, 1964 College of Art and Design, Calgary, AB (School Concert)

May 1-2, 1964 Folk & Blues Club, Calgary, AB

May 8, 1964 Warwick's, Edmonton, AB (Midnight Folk Festival)

May 17, 1964 Jubilee Auditorium, Edmonton, AB (Midnight Folk Festival)

June 25, 1964 Royal Canadian Legion Hall, Saskatoon, SK (Joni performed a short set at an NDP Political Rally)

July 9, 1964 Calgary Stampede, Calgary, AB (West's Greatest Hootennany, 2 shows 2.30 & 8.00)

October ?, 1964 Village Corner, Toronto, ON (Unconfirmed)

October ?, 1964 The Place, Toronto, ON

October 4, 1964 YMCA Back Door Club, Toronto, ON

October ?, 1964 The Purple Onion, Toronto, ON

October 12, 1964 The Half Beat, Toronto, ON (start of a two week engagement)

October 21, 1964 The Half Beat, Toronto, ON (2 sets)

October 26, 1964 The Half Beat, Toronto, ON (start of a three week engagement)

November ?, 1964 Purple Onion, Toronto, ON

1965

? ?, 1965 Bohemian Embassy, Toronto, ON

? ?, 1965 Underground, Toronto, ON

March 12, 1965 Penny Farthing, Toronto, ON (Joni met her future husband, Chuck Mitchell, while performing downstairs at the Penny Farthing)

March 19, 1965 New Gate of Cleve, Toronto, ON

April 13-17, 19-23 & 25-26, 1965 Penny Farthing, Toronto, ON

April ?, 1965 Folk Cellar, Port Huron, MI (Unconfirmed)

April ?, 1965 Sippin' Lizzard Coffee House, Flint, MI (Unconfirmed)

June 19, 1965 The Mitchell Family Home, Rochester, MI (Joni performed at her wedding to Chuck Mitchell)

June 22, 1965 Folk Cellar, Port Huron, MI (Chuck & Joni Mitchell)

July 20-25 & 27-August 1, 1965 Chess Mate, Detroit, MI (Chuck and Joni Mitchell, 2 sets each night)

August 2, 1965 Riverboat, Toronto, ON (Joni performed two songs at a Monday night Hootenanny run by the Toronto Folk Guild)

August 6, 1965 Innis Lake Campground, Caledon East, ON (Mariposa Folk Festival. Joni was a late addition, performing at two concerts as well as an afternoon workshop)

August ?, 1965 Red Door, Detroit, MI (Chuck & Joni Mitchell) (Unconfirmed)

August ?, 1965 Rathskeller, Detroit, MI (Chuck & Joni Mitchell) (Unconfirmed)

August 27-29, 1965 Bucktooth Clam, Traverse City, MI (Chuck & Joni Mitchell)

September ?, 1965 The Jongleur, Jacksonville, FL (Chuck & Joni Mitchell, Tuesday-Saturday) (Unconfirmed)

September 21-26, 1965 Chess Mate, Detroit, MI (Chuck and Joni Mitchell, 2 sets each night)

October 4, 1965 University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB (Canadian TV "Let's Sing Out", hosted by Oscar Brand, and also featuring Dave Van Ronk and the Chapins. Broadcast October 14th & October 21st)

October ?, 1965 Fourth Dimension, Winnipeg, MB (Chuck & Joni Mitchell, a week-long engagement Monday-Sunday. Joni met Neil Young for the first time) (Unconfirmed)

October ?, 1965 Fourth Dimension, Regina, SK (Chuck & Joni Mitchell, a week-long engagement Monday-Sunday) (Unconfirmed)

October ?, 1965 The Jongleur, Jacksonville, FL (Chuck & Joni Mitchell, Tuesday-Saturday) (Unconfirmed)

October ?, 1965 The Flick, Coral Gables, FL (Chuck & Joni Mitchell)

October 12-17, 1965 Chess Mate, Detroit, MI (Chuck and Joni Mitchell, 2 sets each night)

November 2-7, 1965 Chess Mate, Detroit, MI (Chuck and Joni Mitchell, 2 sets each night)

November 30-December 5, 1965 Chess Mate, Detroit, MI (Chuck and Joni Mitchell, 2 sets night)

December 31, 1965 Fourth Dimension, Regina, SK

1966

? ?, 1966 Toronto, ON (CANADIAN TV "This Hour Has Seven Days")

? ?, 1966 Poison Apple, Detroit, MI (Chuck & Joni Mitchell) (Unconfirmed)

? ?, 1966 The Cellar, Port Huron, MI (Chuck & Joni Mitchell) (Unconfirmed)

January 18-23 & 25-30, 1966 Chess Mate, Detroit, MI (Chuck and Joni Mitchell, 2 sets each night)

February 4-5, 1966 Chess Mate, Detroit, MI (2 shows each night)

February 15-20, 1966 Chess Mate, Detroit, MI (Chuck & Joni Mitchell, 2 sets each night)

February 22, 1966 Living End, Detroit, MI (Chuck & Joni Mitchell)

March ?, 1966 Pink Panther, Stratford, ON

March 1-6, 1966 Living End, Detroit, MI (Chuck and Joni Mitchell, 2 sets each night)

April 23, 1966 Sippin' Lizzard Coffee House, Flint, MI (Chuck & Joni Mitchell)

April 24, 1966 Chess Mate, Detroit, MI (supporting David Blue)

May ?, 1966 Bucktooth Clam, Traverse City, MI (Chuck & Joni Mitchell, a two-night engagement)

May ?, 1966 The Flick, Coral Gables, FL (Chuck & Joni Mitchell, supported by Estrella Berosini)

May ?, 1966 The Jongleur, Jacksonville, FL (Chuck & Joni Mitchell) (Unconfirmed)

May ?, 1966 Gaslight Cafe, New York City, NY (Chuck & Joni Mitchell played at a Gaslight Hootenanny)

May 7, 1966 Town Hall, Stoneham, MA (supporting Tom Rush)

May 13-14 & 20-21, 1966 Sippin' Lizzard Coffee House, Flint, MI (Chuck & Joni Mitchell)

June ?, 1966 Gaslight Cafe, New York City, NY (Chuck & Joni Mitchell. Dave Fisher and Gil Robbins, of The Highwaymen, also appeared)

June ?, 1966 Town Hall, Boston, MA (Joni opened for Tom Rush)

June 7-12 & 14-19, 1966 Living End, Detroit, MI (Chuck and Joni Mitchell. 2 sets each night)

June 28-July 3 & 5-10, 1966 Fourth Dimension, Winnipeg, MB (Chuck & Joni Mitchell played a two-week engagement (Tuesday-Sunday))

July 12-17, 1966 Fourth Dimension, Regina, SK (Chuck & Joni Mitchell played a two-week engagement (Tuesday-Sunday))

August 5 & 7, 1966 Innis Lake Campground, Caledon East, ON (Mariposa Folk Festival. Joni performed Friday evening & Sunday afternoon and also did a Sunday afternoon workshop)

August 12-13, 1966 Someplace Else Coffee House, Port Huron, MI

August 17, 1966 Calgary, AB (CANADIAN TV "Mon Pays, Mes Chansons" (My Country, My Songs) on CBC TV. Joni recorded several songs for use on the TV Series Mon Pays, Mes Chansons, with David Rea on 2nd guitar. Broadcast November 10, 1966 & February 9, 1967)

September 14-17, 1966 7 of Clubs, Toronto, ON

September 24, 1966 Toronto, ON (CANADIAN TV "After Four". Gordon Lightfoot also appeared)

October 4-9, 1966 Living End, Detroit, MI (Chuck and Joni Mitchell)

October 24, 1966 Laurentian University, London, ON (CANADIAN TV "Let's Sing Out". Broadcast November 3rd)

October 24, 1966 Laurentian University, Sudbury, ON (CANADIAN TV "Let's Sing Out". Broadcast on November 10th)

November 8, 1966 St. Joseph's Hospital, Toronto, ON (Joni performed a few songs for the children)

November 8-13, 1966 Riverboat, Toronto, ON (2 shows each night, 3 on 11th & 12th)

November 10, 1966 Calgary, AB (CANADIAN TV "Mon Pays, Mes Chansons - Au Pied Des Rocheuses" (My Country, My Songs - At The Foot Of The Rockies) on CBC TV. This program featured performances by Joni and Jean-Pierre Ferland)

November 14-15, 1966 Wisdom Tooth, Detroit, MI

November 16-21, 1966 2nd Fret, Philadelphia, PA (Chuck & Joni Mitchell. 2 sets each night, 3 sets on Friday 18th & Saturday 19th)

November 18, 1966 Philadelphia, PA (Broadside Program on WRTI-FM. Chuck & Joni Mitchell were interviewed backstage at the 2nd Fret by Barry Berg)

November 19, 1966 Philadelphia, PA (The Murray Burnett Show on WPEN-AM/FM. A music and interview program with Chuck & Joni)

November 20, 1966 Philadelphia, PA (Folklore Program on WHAT-FM. Chuck & Joni Mitchell appeared on this weekly folk music radio show. They were interviewed by host Gene Shay and played several songs)

November 29-December 4, 1966 Living End, Detroit, MI (Chuck and Joni Mitchell)

December ?, 1966 Ginger Blue Coffee House, Saginaw, MI (Chuck & Joni Mitchell)

December 8, 1966 Detroit, MI (Focus—WJR. A Music & Interview program featuring Chuck and Joni Mitchell. Broadcast on December 23rd)

December 9-10, 1966 The Folk Cellar, Port Huron, MI

December 16-17, 1966 Club 47, Cambridge, MA (Chuck & Joni Mitchell)

December 23, 1966 Sippin' Lizzard, Flint, MI

Late 1966/Early 1967 Café Au Go Go, New York City, NY (Unconfirmed)

1967

? ?, 1967 Ginger Blue Coffee House, Saginaw, MI

? ?, 1967 New Penelope Coffee House, Montreal, QC

? ?, 1967 Yellow Door Coffee House, Montreal, QC (Joni participated in a poetry reading) (Unconfirmed)

January ?, 1967 Sippin' Lizzard, Flint, MI (Unconfirmed)

January 3, 1967 The Other Side, Fayetteville, NC (Chuck & Joni Mitchell)

January 11-13, 1967 2nd Fret, Philadelphia, PA (2 sets each night, 3 on the 13th)

January 17-20, 1967 2nd Fret, Philadelphia, PA (2 sets each night, 3 on the 20th)

February ?, 1967 Take 30—CBC TV, Toronto, ON (CANADIAN TV "Take 30". Broadcast on May 1, 1967)

February 9, 1967 Calgary, AB (CANADIAN TV "Mon Pays, Mes Chansons - À Travers Le Canada" (My Country, My Songs - Across Canada) on CBC TV. This program featured performances by Joni, Catherine McKinnon, Christine Charbonneau, Gordon Lightfoot, Pauline Julien, Claude Léveillée, Bonnie Dobson, Jean-Pierre Ferland & The Travellers)

February 14-19, 1967 Riverboat, Toronto, ON (2 sets each night, 3 on the 17th & 18th)

February 21-26, 1967 Riverboat, Toronto, ON (2 sets each night, 3 on the 24th & 25th)

March 8-13, 15-18 & 20, 1967 The 2nd Fret, Philadelphia, PA (2 sets each night, 3 on the 10th & 11th and 17th & 18th. Ed Sciaky interviewed Joni backstage on the 17th)

March 12, 1967 WHAT-FM, Philadelphia, PA (US Radio "Folklore Program". Joni was interviewed by host Gene Shay and performed several songs)

March 19, 1967 WHAT-FM, Philadelphia, PA (US Radio "Folklore Program". Joni was interviewed by host Gene Shay and performed several songs. The other guest was Gordon Lightfoot)

March 21, 1966 The Living End, Detroit, MI (Chuck and Joni Mitchell)

March 27-30, 1966 The Living End, Detroit, MI (Chuck and Joni Mitchell. 2 sets each night)

March 31-April 1, 1966 Folk Cellar, Port Huron, MI

April 28-29, 1966 Club 47, Cambridge, MA (Chuck and Joni Mitchell)

May ?, 1967 The Other Side, Fayetteville, NC (Chuck and Joni's last appearances together

May ?, 1967 The Other Side, Charleston, SC (Chuck and Joni's last appearances together)

May ?, 1967 The Flick, Coral Gables, FL

May 1, 1967 CBC TV, Toronto, ON (CANADIAN TV "Take 30". Hosted by Adrienne Clarkson & Paul Soles. Broadcast date)

May 24-29 & 31-June 5, 1967 2nd Fret, Philadelphia, PA (2 sets each night, 3 sets on Friday's 26th & 2nd & Saturday's 27th & 3rd)

May 28, 1967 WHAT-FM, Philadelphia, PA ("Folklore Program". Joni was interviewed by Gene Shay and performed several songs)

June 20-25 & 28-July 2, 1967 Le Hibou Coffee House, Ottawa, ON

July 4-9, 1967 Le Hibou Coffee House, Ottawa, ON (Joni played a three-week engagement)

July 5, 1967 Gatineau Park, QC ('Camp Fortune' Summer Festival!. A live concert broadcast by the CBC)

? ?, 1967 Ottawa, ON (Ottawa Summer Music Festival)

July ?, 1967 Place de Nations, Montreal, QC (Expo '67) (Unconfirmed)

July 16, 1967 Newport, RI (Newport Folk Festival, Joni participated in an afternoon Songwriters Workshop along with Leonard Cohen, Judy Collins, Janis Ian, David Blue, Mike Settle, Tom Paxton, & Eric Andersen)

July 18-23, 1967 Living End, Detroit, MI

July 25-30 & August 1-6, 1967 Riverboat, Toronto, ON (2 sets each night, 3 sets on Friday's 28th & 4th & Saturday's 29th & 5th)

August 3, 1967 CJOH, Ottawa, ON (CANADIAN TV "Mainly Music". Broadcast date)

August 8-11, 1967 Riverboat, Toronto, ON (3 sets each night)

August 12-13, 1967 Innis Lake CampgroundInnis Lake, ON (Mariposa Folk Festival. Joni performed on the 12th and co-hosted a Songwriter's Workshop with Leonard Cohen on the 13th, in which Buffy Sainte-Marie, Murray McLaughlan & Gordon Lowe participated)

August 13, 1967 Riverboat, Toronto, ON (2 sets)

August 23, 1967 Marquee, London, ENG (supporting The Piccadilly Line. Joni's first UK show)

September ?, 1967 Speakeasy, London, ENG (supporting The Incredible String Band)

September 14, 1967 Digbeth Civic Hall, Birmingham, ENG (Unconfirmed)

September 16, 1967 White Swan, Leicester, ENG

September 27-October 1, 1967 Gaslight Cafe, Coconut Grove, FL (2 shows each night, 3 on the 30th & 1st, supported by Estrella Berosini, Jeff Espina & John Clausi)

October ?, 1967 Chess Mate, Detroit, MI

October 4-7, 1967 2nd Fret, Philadelphia, PA (2 sets each night, 3 on the 6th & 7th)

October 11, 1967 WKCR-FM, New York, NY (Folk Song '67. A recorded program that featured Joni & Cynthia Gooding)

October 11-14, 1967 2nd Fret, Philadelphia, PA (2 shows each night, 3 on the 13th & 14th)

October 23, 1967 Folklore Center, New York City, NY

October 26, 1967 Café Au Go Go, New York City, NY (supporting Ian & Sylvia, with Howard Hessman. Elliot Roberts attended this show on the suggestion of Buffy Saint Marie. After Elliot expressed an interest in managing her career, Joni invited him to accompany her to Ann Arbor for her next appearance)

October 27-29, 1967 Canterbury House! Ann Arbor, MI (3 sets nightly)

October 31-November 5, 1966 The Living End, Detroit, MI

November 3, 1967 WKCR-FM, New York City, NY (US Radio "Broadsides")

November 12, 1967 Whiting Auditorium, Flint, MI (Unconfirmed)

November 17-19, 1967 Sippin' Lizzard Coffee House, Flint, MI

November 21-26, 1967 Riverboat, Toronto, ON (2 sets each night, 3 on the 24th & 25th)

November 28-December 3, 1967 Riverboat, Toronto, ON (2 sets each night, 3 on the 1st & 2nd)

December 3, 1967 Toronto, ON (CANADIAN TV "The Way It Is")

December 5-10, 1967 Riverboat, Toronto, ON (2 sets each night, 3 on the 8th & 9th)

December 20-24, 1967 Gaslight Cafe, Coconut Grove, FL (2 sets each night, 3 on the 23rd & 24th)

December 24, 1967 Toronto, ON (CANADIAN TV "The Way It Is")

December 27-31, 1967 Gaslight Cafe, Coconut Grove, FL (2 sets each night, 3 on the 30th & 31st)

December 30-31, 1967 Toronto, ON (CANADIAN TV "The Way It Is")

1968

? ?, 1968 The Pornographic Onion, Toronto, ON

? ?, 1968 ZARN-FM Studios, Vancouver, BC

? ?, 1968 Gerdes Folk City, New York City, NY (unconfirmed)

? ?, 1968 Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA (guests with Judy Collins)

January ?, 1968 Riverboat, Toronto, ON

January 8-9, 1968 Club 47, Cambridge, MA

January 10-14 & 17-20, 1968 2nd Fret, Detroit, MI

January 21, 1968 CBC TV, Toronto, ON (CANADIAN TV "The Way It Is")

February ?, 1968 Stone Balloon, New Haven, CT (with Livingston Taylor)

March 6-7, 1968 Club 47, Cambridge, MA

March 8-10, 1968 Canterbury House, Ann Arbor, MI

March 12-15, 1968 Le Hibou Coffee House, Ottawa, ON

March 17, 1968 Le Hibou Coffee House, Ottawa, ON

March 19-24, 1968 Le Hibou Coffee House, Ottawa, ON (Jimi Hendrix attended the late show on the 19th after playing a concert at the Capitol Theatre and, with Joni's permission, recorded her performance. Unfortunately, both Jimi's recorder and the tapes were stolen several days later)

March 25-30, 1968 New Penelope Coffee House, Montreal, QC (Joni was interviewed backstage by Murray Golan on one of the dates for CBC radio's "Metronome". Broadcast April 27th)

April 5, 1968 Swarthmore College Clothier Hall, Swarthmore, PA (with John Fahey)

April 7, 1968 Generation Club, New York City, NY (A "musical wake" held for the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who was assassinated on April 4th, with B.B. King, Janis Joplin, Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Richie Havens, Buddy Guy, Jimi Hendrix & Roy Buchanan. A film called "A Wake At Generation" was proposed but never completed)

April 16-21 & 23-28, 1968 The Riverboat, Toronto, ON (2 shows each night, 3 on the 19th & 20th & 26th & 27th)

April 30-May 5, 1968 Riverboat, Toronto, ON (2 shows each night 3 on the 3rd & 4th)

May ?, 1968 CBC TV, Toronto, ON (CANADIAN TV "Show of the Week")

May 19, 1968 CBC TV, Toronto, ON (CANADIAN TV "Through The Eyes Of Tomorrow")

June ?, 1968 KRLA, Pasadena, CA (US TV "Open Session")

June 4-9, 1968 The Troubadour, W. Hollywood, CA (2 shows each night supported by Hedge & Donna)

June 11-16, 1968 The Troubadour, W. Hollywood, CA (2 shows each night supported by Dave Van Ronk)

June 19-24, 1968 Bitter End, New York City, NY (2 shows supported by Jerry Jeff Walker)

June 23, 1968 CBC TV, Toronto, ON (CANADIAN TV "The Way It Is")

June 26-29, 1968 Bitter End, New York City, NY (With Bunky & Jake)

June 30, 1968 Capitol Theatre, Ottawa, ON

July 1 & 3-8, 1968 Bitter End, New York City, NY (With Bunky & Jake)

July 15-20, 1968 Cellar Door, Washington, DC

July 27, 1968 Fort Adams Park, Newport, RI (Newport Folk Festival)

August ?, 1968 New Penelope Coffee House, Montreal, QC

August 9, 1968 Centre Island, Toronto, ON (Mariposa Folk Festival

August 11, 1968 Centre Island, Toronto, ON (Mariposa Folk Festival. Joni co-hosted an afternoon 'New Songwriters Concert' with Murray McLaughlan. Bruce Cockburn also appeared)

August 13, 1968 ABC TV, New York City, NY (US TV "Dick Cavett Show". Broadcast August 14th)

August 14, 1968 Central Park Wollman Skating Rink Theater, New York City, NY (Schaefer Music Festival, 2 shows with Arlo Guthrie)

August 15, 1968 NBC TV, New York City, NY (US TV "Today Show")

August 23, 1968 Old Pool Farm, Upper Salford, PA (Philadelphia Folk Festival)

September 7, 1968 Esalen Institute, Big Sur, CA (Big Sur Folk Festival)

September 12, 1968 ABC TV, New York City, NY (US TV "Joey Bishop Show")

September 17-18, 1968 Revolution Club, London, ENG

September ?, 1968 London, ENG (UK TV "The Monday Show", hosted by David Jacobs)

September ?, 1968 London, ENG (Reprise Records hosted a reception to celebrate the UK release of Joni's first album "Song To A Seagull")

September 23, 1968 BBC Piccadilly Studio 1, London, ENG (UK Radio "Top Gear". Broadcast September 29th)

September 28, 1968 Royal Festival Hall, London, ENG (Festival Of Contemporary Song, supporting Fairport Convention, with Jackson C. Frank & Al Stewart)

October 4, 1968 USC Bovard Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA

October 9-12, 1968 Stone Balloon, New Haven, CT

October 19, 1968 State University of New York, Stony Brook, NY (2 shows with Tim Hardin)

October 23-28, 1968 Bitter End, New York City, NY (2 shows each night, with Tom Flanders & Neil Young)

October 31-November 3, 1968 Main Point, Bryn Mawr, PA (with Chris Smither)

November 3, 1968 WDAS-FM, Philadelphia, PA (US Radio "Folklore Program", Joni was interviewed by host Gene Shay, and performed several songs)

November 4, 1968 CBC TV, Toronto, ON (CANADIAN TV "Our Kind Of Crowd")

November ?, 1968 Hartford, CT

November ?, 1968 University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA

November ?, 1968 Northwestern University Cahn Auditorium, Evanston, IL

November ?, 1968 University of Windsor, Windsor, ON

November 8, 1968 Hunter College Auditorium, New York City, NY (supporting Blood, Sweat & Tears)

November 9, 1968 Nazareth College Arts Center, Rochester, NY

November 10, 1968 University Of Western Ontario Alumni Hall, London, ON

November ?, 1968 Halifax, NS

November 16, 1968 Mount Herman Schools Northfield Auditorium, East Northfield, MA (with The Hello People)

November 18, 1968 University of Chicago Mandel Hall, Chicago, IL

November 22, 1968 Psychedelic Supermarket, Boston, MA (supporting Procol Harum)

November 23, 1968 Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY (with Tim Hardin)

November 25-30, 1968 Cellar Door, Washington, DC (with David Rea)

December 29, 1968 Gulfstream Park, Hallandale, FL (Miami Pop Festival. During her encore Joni was joined by Graham Nash & Richie Havens)

1969

? ?, 1969 Massey Hall, Toronto, ON

January 11, 1969 Northwestern University Cahn Auditorium, Evanston, IL

January 18, 1969 ABC TV, Los Angeles, CA (US TV "Mama Cass Television Program". Broadcast on April 8th & June 26th)

January 21-26, 1969 Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA (2 sets each night with Dave Van Ronk)

January 28-February 2, 1969 Troubadour Club, West Hollywood, CA

February 1, 1969 Carnegie Hall, New York City, NY

February 14, 1969 Zellerbach Auditorium, Berkeley, CA (supported by The Lamb)

March ?, 1969 CTV, Saskatoon, SK (CANADIAN TV "Top Of The Clock")

March 13, 1969 Simpson-Sears Department Store, Saskatoon, SK (Joni signed autographs at the store where she once worked)

March 14, 1969 Centennial Auditorium, Saskatoon, SK

March 28-29, 1969 Unicorn Coffee House, Boston, MA (with James Taylor)

March 30, 1969 Queens College Colden Auditorium, Flushing, NY (with Tim Hardin)

April 11, 1969 Boston University Sargent Gymnasium, Boston, MA (with Jaime Brockett & Livingston Taylor)

April 12, 1969 Northwestern University Cahn Auditorium, Evanston, IL

April 18, 1969 M.I.T. Kresge Auditorium, Cambridge, MA

April 20, 1969 Academy of Music, Philadelphia, PA (with Jerry Jeff Walker)

April 25-26, 1969 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (with Taj Mahal & James Cotton Blues Band)

April 27, 1969 Wesleyan University McConaughy Hall, Middletown, CT

April 30, 1969 Johnny Cash's Home, Hendersonville, TN (Joni, Graham Nash & Bob Dylan joined Johnny Cash at his home for dinner and then sat around playing and singing for hours afterwards)

May ?, 1969 KRHM FM, Los Angeles, CA (US Radio "Skip Weshner Show")

May 1, 1969 Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN (US TV "The Johnny Cash Show". Joni & Bob Dylan appeared in the premier program. Broadcast June 7th. After the taping some stars including Dennis Hopper, Kris Kristofferson & Mickey Newbury, gathered in a Spanish restaurant where a guitar was passed around and each person sang a song or two)

May 4, 1969 CBC TV, Toronto, ON (CANADIAN TV "The Way It Is")

May 20-25, 1969 Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA (2 sets each night with David Ackles)

June 29, 1969 Salle Wilfred-Pelletier, Montreal, QC

June 30, 1969 Capitol Theatre, Ottawa, ON

July 7, 1969 Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, IL (Mississippi River Festival, with Arlo Guthrie. Filmed by NET TV and broadcast on August 3rd titled "The Sounds Of Summer")

July 10, 1969 Avon Theatre, Stratford, ON

July 13, 1969 Memorial Stadium, Mount Vernon, NY (Uncola Music Festival, with Tim Hardin & The James Cotton Blues Band)

July 19, 1969 Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN (US TV "The Johnny Cash Show". Broadcast date)

July 19, 1969 Fort Adams Park, Newport, RI (Newport Folk Festival. Joni participated in an afternoon Songwriters Workshop along with James Taylor, Paul Geremia and others and performed a set in the evening)

July 20, 1969 South Shore Music Circus, Cohasset, MA

July 22, 1969 Music Shed at Tanglewood, Lenox, MA (with Tim Hardin & The Paul Butterfield Blues Band)

July 24, 1969 Central Park Wollman Skating Rink Theater, New York City, NY (Schaefer Music Festival, with Tim Hardin)

July 25, 1969 Centre Island, Toronto, ON (Mariposa Folk Festival)

August 1, 1969 Atlantic City Race Track, Atlantic City, NJ (Atlantic City Pop Festival)

August 16, 1969 Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL (2 shows, Joni performed at the very first concert appearance by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young)

August 18, 1969 ABC Television Center, New York City, NY (US TV "Dick Cavett Show". David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Jefferson Airplane also appeared. Broadcast August 19th)

August 22-24, 1969 Paradise Valley Resort, Squamish, BC (Vancouver Pop Festival)

August 22, 1969 California Exposition & State Fair, Sacramento, CA

August 25-31, 1969 Greek Theatre, Los Angeles, CA (supporting Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young)

September 13-14, 1969 Esalen Institute, Big Sur, CA (Big Sur Folk Festival. Joni performed solo and also accompanied by Crosby, Stills & Nash and John Sebastian)

October 19, 1969 UCLA Pauley Pavilion, Westwood, CA (50th Anniversary Gala Concert. Joni was the special guest artist with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra. Joni performed nine songs alone and three with the orchestra)

October 27, 1969 University Of Chicago Rockefeller Chapel, Chicago, IL

November 1, 1969 Centennial Auditorium, Saskatoon, SK

November 5, 1969 WMS-WCFM, Williamstown, MA (Interview)

December 5, 1969 Symphony Hall, Boston, MA

December 6, 1969 Syracuse University Crouse College Auditorium, Syracuse, NY (2 shows 7.30 & 10.00, with Patrick Sky)

December 7, 1969 University of Hartford, Hartford, CT

December 10, 1969 Springfield College Memorial Field House, Springfield, MA (with Turley Richards)

December 11, 1969 Brandeis University Shapiro Athletic Center, Waltham, MA

December 12, 1969 College Of Holy Cross, Worcester, MA (afternoon)

December 12, 1969 Worcester Polytechnic Institute Harrington Auditorium, Worcester, MA (evening)

December 13, 1969 Kleinhans Music Hall, Buffalo, NY

December 14, 1969 Masonic Temple Theater, Detroit, MI (Joni guested with CSNY)

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