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PERSONNEL: 1962 - May 1966

1965 first U.S.tour (American Federation Of Musicians banned Kinks for unprofessional conduct) almost 5 years before Kinks returned.

PERSONNEL: May 1966 - May 1970

       Ray Davies - guitar, vocals
       Dave Davies - guitar, vocals
       John Dalton - bass
       Mick Avory - drums

PERSONNEL: May 1970 - November 1976

       Ray Davies - guitar, vocals
       Dave Davies - guitar, vocals
       John Gosling - keyboards
       John Dalton - bass
       Mick Avory - drums

PERSONNEL: November 1976 - April 1978

       Ray Davies - guitar, vocals
       Dave Davies - guitar, vocals
       John Gosling - keyboards
       Andy Pyle - bass
       Mick Avory - drums

PERSONNEL: April 1978 - ????????

       Ray Davies - guitar, vocals
       Dave Davies - guitar, vocals
       Gordon Edwards - keyboards
       Jim Rodford - bass
       Mick Avory - drums

1963:

November 23, 1963 Methodist Youth Hostel, London, England

December 17, 1963 Hornsey Town Hall, London, England

December 18, 1963 Archway Tavern, London, England (private Christmas party)

December 31, 1963 Lotus House Resturaunt, London, England (private New Year's party)

1964:

January 31, 1964 Camden Head, London, England

February 1, 1964 Oxford Town Hall, Oxford, England (supporting Downliners Sect)

February 7, 1964 Goldhawk Social Club, London, England (supported by The Detours)

February 14, 1964 Klooks Kleek, London, England

February 15, 1964 Moravian Church Hall, London, England (Dance 'n' Listen, with The Argonauts)

February 21, 1964 Mersey View Pleasure Grounds, Frodsham, England (supported by The Liverbirds)

February 28, 1964 Friday Beat Club, London, England

March 6, 1964 ABC Cinema, Wigan, England (2 shows. The Billy J. Kramer Show, with Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas, Gene Pitney, Cilla Black, The Remo Four, and The Escorts)

March 8, 1964 Popular Music Club, Newcastle, England

March 13, 1964 Bodega, Manchester, England

March 15, 1964 Popular Music Club, Newcastle, England (supported by The Liverbirds)

March 21, 1964 Plaza Ballroom, Birmingham, England

March 22, 1964 Palace Theatre, Manchester, England (supporting Gene Vincent, with The Undertakers, Shane Fenton & The Fentones, Tommy Bruce & The Bruisers, The Harbor Lights, and The Four Pennies)

March 27, 1964 Club Noreik, London, England (supported by The Falcons)

March 28, 1964 West Cliff Cavern, Ramsgate, England (supported by Vince Eager & His Puppets)

Spring 1964 UK Tour (March 29-May 14, 1964. supporting Dave Clark Five, with The Hollies, Mark Wynter, The Trebletones, and The Mojos. 2 shows at all venues unless noted)

March 29, 1964 Coventry Theatre, Coventry, England

March 30, 1964 Futurist Theatre, Scarborough, England

March 31, 1964 De Montfort Hall, Leicester, England

April 1, 1964 ABC Cinema, Cleethorpes, England

April 2, 1964 ABC Theatre, Carlisle, England

April 3, 1964 City Hall, Newcastle, England

April 4, 1964 City Hall, Sheffield, ENG

April 5, 1964 Gaumont Cinema, Bradford, England

April 6, 1964 Woolwich Granada, London, England

April 7, 1964 ABC Theatre, Gloucester, England

April 8, 1964 Granada Tooting, London, England

April 9, 1964 Regal Cinema, Cambridge, England

April 10, 1964 Granada Cinema, Bedford, England

April 11, 1964 Theatre Royal, Norwich, England

April 12, 1964 Embassy Theatre, Peterborough, England

April 14, 1964 ABC Cinema, Dover, England

April 15, 1964 ABC Cinema, Romford, England

April 16, 1964 Odeon, Chelmsford, England

April 17, 1964 ABC Cinema, Lincoln, England

April 18, 1964 Apollo, Manchester, England

April 19, 1964 Odeon Cinema, Guildford, England

April 21, 1964 Gaumont Theatre, Doncaster, England

April 22, 1964 Granada Cinema, Mansfield, England

April 23, 1964 Granada Theatre, Shrewsbury, England

April 24, 1964 Capitol Theatre, Cardiff, Wales

April 25, 1964 Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, England

April 26, 1964 Hippodrome, Brighton, England

April 28, 1964 ABC Cinema, Northampton, England

April 29, 1964 Gaumont Cinema, Wolverhampton, England

April 30, 1964 Gaumont Theatre, Taunton, England

May 1, 1964 Gaumont Cinema, Southampton, England

May 2, 1964 Finsbury Park Astoria, London, ENG

May 3, 1964 Lewisham Odeon, London, England

May 5, 1964 Regal Cinema, Hull, England

May 6, 1964 ABC Cinema, Huddersfield, England

May 7, 1964 Globe, Stockton, ENG (2 shows 6.15 & 8.30)

May 8, 1964 Gaumont Cinema, Hanley, England

May 9, 1964 Gaumont, Derby, ENG (2 shows 6.00 & 8.30)

May 10, 1964 Walthamstow Granada, London, ENG

May 11, 1964 Odeon Theatre, Southend, England

May 12, 1964 Colston Hall, Bristol, England

May 13, 1964 Granada Theatre, Harrow, England

May 14, 1964 Granada Cinema, Kingston, England

May 15, 1964 Goldhawk Beat Club, London, England

May 16, 1964 Savoy Ballroom, Portsmouth, England (supported by The Residents)

May 17, 1964 The Scene, Redcar, England

May 18, 1964 Wakefield, England

May 19, 1964 Esquire Club, Sheffield, England

May 21, 1964 City Hall, Salisbury, England (supported by Dick Delmont & The Strangers)

May 23, 1964 Hastings Pier Ballroom, Hastings, ENG (supported by Earl Sheridan & The Houseshakers)

May 27, 1964 Corn Exchange, Bristol, England (supported by Dene King and Danny Alpine & The Cardinals)

May 28, 1964 Astoria Ballroom, Oldham, England

May 30, 1964 Stamford Hall, Altrincham, England (supported by The Mustangs)

June 2, 1964 Parr Hall, Warrington, England (supported by The Saxons)

June 5, 1964 Wallington Public Hall, Wallington, England (supported by Glen Athens & The Trojans)

June 6, 1964 Northwich Memorial Hall, Northwich, England (supporting Tommy Quicky & The Remo 4, with The Secrets)

June 7, 1964 Forum Cinema, Bath, England (supporting Gene Vincent, with The Dennisons & The Fenmen)

June 9, 1964 Easy Beat Club, London, England

June 12, 1964 Jungfrau, Manchester, England

June 14, 1964 King George's Hall, Blackburn, England (supporting The Four Pennies, with Shane Fenton & The Fentones)

June 20, 1964 Astoria Ballroom, Rawtenstall, England (supported by The Warriors & The Electones)

June 22, 1964 Majestic Ballroom, Reading, England

June 26, 1964 Lido Ballroom, Winchester, England (supported by Roy Starr & The Cherokees)

June 27, 1964 Stamford Hall, Altrincham, England (supported by Ivan's Meads)

June 29, 1964 Oasis Club, Manchester, England (supported by The Meads)

July 2, 1964 Broadway Cinema, Bristol, England (supported by Bob Grant & The Democrats, Paul Vernon & The Raiders, The Chequers, and The Buccaneers)

July 3, 1964 Hastings Pier Ballroom, Hastings, ENG (College of Further Education Summer Dance, supported by The Classmates)

July 4, 1964 Club Noreik, London, England (All Nite Rave, with Jimmy Crawford & The Shantells)

July 5, 1964 Mr. Smith's, Manchester, England (supported by The Stirlings)

July 6, 1964 Whiskey-A-Go-Go, Salford, England

July 9, 1964 Majestic Ballroom, Luton, England (supported by The Prowlers)

July 11, 1964 Town Hall, Clacton, England (supported by The Trends and Tony Rivers & The Castaways)

July 12, 1964 ABC Cinema, Great Yarmouth, England (supported by P.J. Proby)

July 16, 1964 Assembly Hall, Worthing, England (Fab R&B Ball, with The Paramounts and The Preachers)

July 18, 1964 Dungeon Club, Nottingham, England

July 19, 1964 Princess Theatre, Torquay, England (The Billy J. Kramer Show, with Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas, Billy Maxwell & His Orchestra, The Barracudas, Chris Carlsen, and The Other Two)

July 21, 1964 Fabulous Queens Ballroom, Cleveleys, England (supported by Barry Langtree & The Lancastrians)

July 24, 1964 Friday Beat Club, London, England

July 26, 1964 Princess Club, Manchester, England

July 31, 1964 Goldhawk Social Club, London, ENG

August 2, 1964 Gaumont Cinema, Bournemouth, England (supporting The Beatles, with Mike Berry and Adrienne Posta)

August 7, 1964 The Cavern, Manchester, England

August 8, 1964 Imperial Ballroom, Nelson, England (supported by The Mustangs and The Saracens)

August 9, 1964 Dungeon Club, Nottingham, England

August 14, 1964 Wallington Public Hall, Wallington, England

August 15, 1964 St. George's Ballroom, Hinckley, England

August 16, 1964 Blackpool Opera House, Blackpool, ENG (2 shows 6.20 & 8.15, supporting The Beatles, with Tony Marsh, Adrienne Poster, Val McCallum, The High Numbers, and The Hearts)

August 21, 1964 Jungfrau, Manchester, England

August 22, 1964 Redhill Market Hall, Redhill, England

August 26, 1964 The Cavern, Manchester, England

August 28, 1964 Goldhawk Social Club, London, England (supported by The Clique)

August 29, 1964 Mersey View Pleasure Grounds, Frodsham, England

August 30, 1964 Queens Theatre, Blackpool, ENG (supported by The Searchers, The High Numbers, Jon Best & The Challengers, and Val McCallum)

September 1, 1964 Town Hall, High Wycombe, England

September 3, 1964 Neald Hall, Chippenham, England

September 4, 1964 Mecca Ballroom, Basildon, England (2 shows, supported by The Swinging Blue Jeans)

September 5, 1964 Locarno Ballroom, Brighton, England

September 6, 1964 Princess Theatre, Torquay, England (supported by Tommy Quickly & Company)

September 7, 1964 Silverblades Ice Rink, London, England

September 7, 1964 Playhouse Theatre, London, ENG (UK Radio "Saturday Club" performing "Got Love If You Want It", "Little Queenie", "Cadillac" & "You Really Got Me")

September 9, 1964 100 Club, London, ENG (supported by Danny & The Torinos)

September 11, 1964 Princess Ballroom, Halifax, England

September 12, 1964 Northwich Memorial Hall, Northwich, England (supported by Johnny Ringo & The Colts)

September 13, 1964 Queen's Theatre, Blackpool, England (supported by The Nashville Teens)

September 14, 1964 Majestic Ballroom, Newcastle, England (supported by The Teenbeats)

September 15, 1964 Fabulous Queen's Ballroom, Cleveleys, England

September 17, 1964 Gala Ballroom, Norwich, England

September 18, 1964 R&B Scene, Rochdale, England

September 19, 1964 Palais de Danse, Bury, England (supported by The Trendsetters)

September 20, 1964 King Mojo Club, Sheffield, England

September 21, 1964 Golden Diamond Social Club, Sutton, England (cancelled)

September 24, 1964 Carlton Ballroom, Birmingham, England

September 25, 1964 Casino Club, Burnley, England (supported by The Avalons and The Mustangs)

September 26, 1964 Vaughan Hall, Deeside, Wales

September 27, 1964 Queen's Theatre, Blackpool, England (supported by Marianne Faithful, The Paramounts, Jerry Stevens, The Quotations, The Puppets, and The Rustiks)

September 28, 1964 Jubilee Hall, Burton, England (supported by The Vibrons)

September 29, 1964 Theatre Royal, King's Lynn, England (Top-In-Pops, with The Merseybeats, Russ Sainty & The Nu-Notes, The Other Two, The Herd, and The Missing Links)

September 30, 1964 Odeon Theatre, Glasgow, Scotland (2 shows, Billy J. Kramer Show, with Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas, The Ronettes, Cliff Bennett & The Rebel Rousers, The Bill Black Combo, The Yardbirds, and The Nashville Teens)

September ?, 1964 (UK Radio "60's At The Beeb" performing "You Really Got Me" & "All The Day And All Of The Night")

October 2, 1964 Floral Hall, Morecambe, England

October 3, 1964 Astoria Ballroom, Rossendale, England (supported by Ian Dean & The Brystals and Curt's Creatures)

October 4, 1964 New Pyramid Club, Rochdale, England

Fall 1964 Billy J. Kramer Show UK Tour

(October 7-18, 1964, with Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas, Cliff Bennett & The Rebel Rousers, The Bill Black Combo, The Yardbirds, and The Nashville Teens, unless noted. 2 shows on all dates unless noted)

October 7, 1964 ABC Cinema, Carlisle, ENG (2 shows 6.15 & 8.30)

October 8, 1964 Odeon Theatre, Bolton, ENG (2 shows 6.15 & 8.30)

October 9, 1964 Granada Cinema, Grantham, ENG (2 shows 6.20 & 8.30)

October 10, 1964 Regal Theatre, Hull, ENG (2 shows 6.15 & 8.30)

October 11, 1964 East Ham Granada, London, ENG (2 shows 6.00 & 8.30, with Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas, The Ronettes, Cliff Bennett & The Rebel Rousers, The Bill Black Combo, The Yardbirds, and The Nashville Teens)

October 13, 1964 Granada Cinema, Bedford, ENG (2 shows 7.00 & 9.10)

October 14, 1964 Granada Brixton, London, ENG (2 shows 7.00 & 9.10)

October 15, 1964 Odeon Theatre, Guildford, ENG (2 shows 6.00 & 8.15)

October 16, 1964 ABC Cinema, Southampton, ENG (2 shows 6.15 & 8.30)

October 17, 1964 ABC Theatre, Gloucester, ENG (2 shows 6.15 & 8.30)

October 18, 1964 Granada Tooting, London, ENG (2 shows 6.00 & 8.30)

October 19, 1964 Barrowlands Ballroom, Glasgow, SCOT (Top of the Charts)

October 20, 1964 Town Hall, Elgin, SCOT (supported by The Copycats)

October 21, 1964 Beach Ballroom, Aberdeen, SCOT

October 23, 1964 City Hall, Perth, SCOT (supported by The Embers and The Vikings)

October 24, 1964 Eldorado Ballroom, Edinburgh, SCOT (supported by Bobby King & The Jesters and The Embers)

October 25, 1964 The Human Jungle, Oldham, ENG

October 27, 1964 Lotus Club, West Ham, ENG

October 28, 1964 Twisted Wheel, Manchester, ENG

October 30, 1964 Playhouse Theatre, London, ENG (UK Radio "Top Gear" performing "I'm A Lover Not A Fighter", "Long Tall Shorty", "You Really Got Me", "Too Much Monkey Business", "All Day And All Of The Night" & "Bye Bye Johnny")

October 31, 1964 Royal Lido, Prestatyn, WAL (supported by Jack Ellis & The Autocrats)

November 6, 1964 Playhouse Theatre, London, ENG (UK Radio "Joe Loss Pop Show" performing "All Day And All Of The Night", "It's Alright", "You Really Got Me" & "I'm A Lover Not A Fighter")

Fall 1964 Package Tour:

(November 7-December 6. 2 shows on all dates unless noted. With Gerry & The Pacemakers, Gene Pitney, Marianne Faithful, The Mike Cotton Sound, Bobby Shafto & The Roof Raisers, Kim Weston & The Earl Van Dyke Band, and The Manish Boys (December 1-6) on all shows, unless noted)

November 7, 1964 Walthamstow Granada, London, ENG

November 8, 1964 Odeon Theatre, Colchester, ENG

November 10, 1964 ABC Cinema, Romford, ENG

November 11, 1964 ABC Theater, Harrow, ENG

November 12, 1964 ABC Cinema, Northampton, ENG

November 13, 1964 ABC Cinema, Lincoln, ENG

November 14, 1964 City Hall, Sheffield, ENG

November 15, 1964 Hippodrome, Birmingham, ENG

November 17, 1964 Granada Cinema, Bedford, ENG

November 18, 1964 ABC Cinema, Chester, ENG

November 19, 1964 Broadway Theatre, Eccles, ENG

November 20, 1964 Granada Cinema, Mansfield, ENG

November 21, 1964 Gaumont Palace, Derby, ENG

November 22, 1964 Coventry Theatre, Coventry, ENG

November 23, 1964 Princess Theatre, Torquay, ENG

November 24, 1964 ABC Cinema, Dover, ENG

November 25, 1964 Regal Cinema, Cambridge, ENG

November 26, 1964 ABC Theatre, Luton, ENG

November 27, 1964 ABC Theatre, Kingston, ENG

November 28, 1964 Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, ENG

November 29, 1964 Colston Hall, Bristol, ENG

November 30, 1964 Opera House, Blackpool, ENG

December 1, 1964 ABC Cinema, Wigan, ENG

December 2, 1964 Regal Cinema, Hull, ENG

December 3, 1964 ABC Theatre, Edinburgh, SCOT

December 4, 1964 ABC Theatre, Stockton, ENG

December 5, 1964 City Hall, Newcastle, ENG

December 6, 1964 Futurist Theatre, Scarborough, ENG

December 7-11, 1964 New Theatre, Oxford, ENG (with Gene Pitney, The Mike Cotton Sound, The Falling Leaves, Val McAllum, Bobby Shafto & The Roofraisers, Kim Weston & The Earl Van Dyke Band, and The Manish Boys)

December 9, 1964 Piccadilly Studio 1, London, ENG (UK Radio "Saturday Club" performing "I'm A Lover Not A Fighter", "I've Got That Feeling", "Stop Your Sobbin'", "All Day And All Of The Night" & "Louie Louie")

December 16, 1964 Corn Exchange, Bristol, ENG (cancelled)

December 17, 1964 Pavilion Theatre, Llandudno, WAL (cancelled)

December 18, 1964 Poplar Baths, London, ENG (supported by Manfred Mann, The Falcons, and The Prospectors)

December 20, 1964 Celebrity Club, London, ENG (supported by Cops 'n' Robbers)

December 24, 1964 New Century Hall, Manchester, ENG (supported by Just Four Men, The Factotums, and DJ Peter Doyle)

December 27, 1964 White Hall, East Grinstead, ENG

December 28, 1964 Eltham Baths, London, ENG

December 29, 1964 Nottingham, ENG (cancelled)

December 30, 1964 Town Hall, Stourbridge, ENG

1965

January 1, 1965 California Ballroom, Dunstable, ENG (supported by Linda Laine & The Sinners and The Panthers)

January 2, 1965 Adelphi Ballroom, West Bromwich, ENG (double-booked so rescheduled)

January 2, 1965 Smethwick Baths, Smethwick, ENG (double-booked so rescheduled)

January 3, 1965 Birmingham, ENG (UK TV "Thank Your Lucky Stars", performing "Tired Of Waiting For You". Broadcast January 9th.

January 4, 1965 Bath Pavilion, Bath, ENG (Teenbeat Dance)

January 6, 1965 Playhouse Theatre, Manchester, ENG (UK TV "Top Of The Pops" recording, performing "Tired Of Waiting For You")

January 7, 1965 Royal Hall, Harrogate, ENG (2 shows 6.30 & 8.30. Supported by Rocking Al Oliver, Small Paul and The Young Ones, The Rocking Barrons, and Melanie Waters)

January 8, 1965 Spa Royal Hall, Bridlington, ENG (2 shows 8.00 & 6.30am at the 'All Night Ball' with ten local bands)

January 9, 1965 Tower Ballroom, Wallesey, ENG (supported by Small Paul & The Young Ones, Vince Earl & The Talismen, and The Adds)

January 13, 1965 FRENCH TV "Dim-Dam-Dom" Lip-synchs two songs filmed on streets of Marseilles and on-board US battleship USS Saratoga.

January 15, 1965 London, ENG (UK TV "Ready Steady Go!" performing "Tired Of Waiting For You")

The Big Show Tour:

(January 20-February 1, 1965. All shows with Manfred Mann, The Honeycombs, Tony Sheveton, and Tony Worsley & The Blue Jays, unless noted)

January 20, 1965 Capitol Theatre, Perth, AUS (2 shows 6.00 & 8.45)

January 21, 1965 Centennial Hall, Adelaide, AUS (2 shows 6.00 & 8.45)

January 22-23, 1965 Festival Hall, Melbourne, AUS (2 shows)

January 26, 1965 Festival Hall, Brisbane, AUS

January 27, 1965 Century Theatre, Newcastle, AUS

January 29-30, 1965 Sydney Stadium, Sydney, AUS (2 shows)

February 1, 1965 Town Hall, Auckland, NZ (2 shows. Supporting Manfred Mann, with The Honeycombs, Tony Sheveton, and Tommy Adderley & The Merseymen)

February 2, 1965 Founders Theatre, Hamilton, NZ (2 shows. Swingin', with, Manfred Mann, with The Honeycombs, Tony Sheveton, and Tommy Adderley & The Merseymen)

February 3, 1965 Town Hall, Masterton, NZ (2 shows. Swingin', with Manfred Mann, with The Honeycombs, Tony Sheveton, and Tommy Adderley & The Merseymen)

February 4, 1965 Majestic Theater, Christchurch, NZ (Swingin', with Manfred Mann, with The Honeycombs, Tony Sheveton, and Tommy Adderley & The Merseymen)

February 6, 1965 Hong Kong Football Club Stadium, Hong Kong, HK (The Big Beat, with Manfred Mann, D'Swooners, Tony Myatt, and The Kontinentals)

February 7-8, 1965 Singapore Badminton Hall, Singapore (Goodwood's Kong Hee Fatt Choy Show, with Manfred Mann, The Crescendos, Frantic Fran, and The Dutch Swing College Band)

February 18, 1965 Plaza Ballroom, Manchester, ENG (supported by Fitz 'n' Startz)

February 19, 1965 Hillside Ballroom, Hereford, ENG (supported by The Roadhogs)

February 20, 1965 Subscription Rooms, Stroud, ENG (supported by The Roadhogs)

February 21, 1965 Old Hill Plaza, Cradley Heath, ENG

February 22, 1965 Eltham Baths, London, ENG

February 23, 1965 L'Olympia, Paris, FRA (supported by Johnny Rivers)

February 25, 1965 Olympia Ballroom, Reading, ENG (supported by The Dawn Breakers)

February 26, 1965 Playhouse Theatre, London, ENG (UK Radio "Joe Ross Pop Show" performing "Naggin'", "Come On Now", "Tired Of Waiting For You" & "All Day And All Of The Night")

February 27, 1965 Smethwick Baths, Smethwick, ENG

March 1, 1965 Manchester University, Manchester, ENG (Rag Ball, with The Honeycombs)

March 5, 1965 Leyton Baths, London, ENG

March 6, 1965 Wimbledon Palais, London, ENG

March 8, 1965 Top Rank Suite, Doncaster, ENG (cancelled due to Dave Davies concussion)

March 9, 1965 Regent Ballroom, Brighton, ENG (cancelled due to Dave Davies concussion)

March 10, 1965 Top Rank Ballroom, Stoke, ENG (cancelled due to Dave Davies concussion)

March 11, 1965 Majestic Ballroom, Luton, ENG (cancelled due to Dave Davies concussion)

March 12, 1965 Co-op Hall, Nuneaton, ENG (2 shows)

March 13, 1965 Palais de Danse, Peterborough, ENG

March 14, 1965 City Hall, Newcastle, ENG (Big Beat Night Out, with The Animals, The Pretty Things, Screaming Lord Sutch, Sean Buckley & The Breadcrumbs, and Dodie West)

March 16, 1965 Assembly Hall, Tunbridge Wells, ENG (cancelled due to Ray Davies illness)

March 18, 1965 Locarno Ballroom, Swindon, ENG (supported by Les Fleur De Lys)

March 19, 1965 Fairfield Hall, Croydon, ENG (Big Beat Nite Out, with The Animals, The Pretty Things, Screaming Lord Sutch, Sean Buckley & The Breadcrumbs, Dodie West, and The Caravelles)

March 20, 1965 Starlight Rooms, Boston, ENG (2 shows, supported by Brian Diamond & The Cutters and The Shake)

March 21, 1965 Colston Hall, Bristol, ENG (cancelled due to booking dispute, 2 shows 5.30 & 7.45)

March 22, 1965 Town Hall, Birmingham, ENG (Big Beat Nite Out, with The Animals, The Pretty Things, Screaming Lord Sutch, Sean Buckley & The Breadcrumbs, and Dodie West)

March 24, 1965 Kinema Ballroom, Dumfermline, SCOT (supported by The Red Hawks)

March 25, 1965 Albert Hall, Stirling, SCOT (supported by Marrianne Faithful, Johnny Mike & The Shades, Julie Grant, Eric Burns, The Jacobeats, and The Montrose Showband)

April 1, 1965 Worthing Pier Pavilion, Worthing, ENG (cancelled due to illness of Ray, Dave, and Pete)

April 2, 1965 Maple Ballroom, Northampton, ENG (cancelled due to illness of Ray, Dave, and Pete)

April 4, 1965 Marcam Ballroom, Cambridge, ENG (cancelled due to illness of Ray, Dave, and Pete)

April 5, 1965 Paar Hall, Warrington, ENG (supported by The Rondeks)

April 8, 1965 Industry Hotel, Nykobing Falster, DEN (supported by Danny & The Royal Strings, The Namelosers, The Bellies, Marty Daily, The Scots Dale Trio, and The Shouts)

April 9, 1965 Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen, DEN (supported by The Honeycombs, Danny & The Royal Strings, The Joe E. Carter Group, The Telstars, The X-Group, Jette Ziegler & The Sharks, and Sir Henry & His Butlers)

April 10, 1965 ABC Cinema, Exeter, ENG (2 shows)

April 11, 1965 Wembley Stadium, London, ENG (NME Poll Winners Concert 1965, with The Moody Blues, Freddie & The Dreamers, Georgie Fame & The Blue Flames, Twinkle, The Seekers, Herman's Hermits, The Ivy League, Sounds Incorporated, The Bachelors, Wayne Fontana, The Rolling Stones, The Rockin' Berries, Cilla Black, Donovan, Them, Tom Jones, The Searchers, Dusty Springfield, The Animals, and The Beatles)

April 17, 1965 Pavilion Gardens Ballroom, Buxton, ENG

April 18, 1965 De Montfort Hall, Leicester, ENG (2 shows, supported by The Pretty Things, Tommy Quickly, The Walker Brothers, Micky Finn, The Remo Four, and Sounds Incorporated)

April 19, 1965 Futurist Theatre, Scarborough, ENG (2 shows, supported by Goldie & The Gingerbreads, Tommy Quickly, The Walker Brothers, Micky Finn, The Remo Four, and Sounds Incorporated)

April 20, 1965 Maida Vale Studios, London, ENG (UK Radio "Saturday Club" performing "Dancing In The Street", "Naggin'", "Everybody's Gonna Be Happy" "Nothin' In The World Can Stop Me Worrin' 'Bout That Girl", "You Shouldn't Be Sad" & "Tired Of Waiting For You")

April 21, 1965 City Hall, Salisbury, ENG (supported by That Group)

April 24, 1965 Mutual Theatre, Paris, FRA

April 26, 1965 Grand Bretagne Hotel, Paris, FRA

Spring 1965 Tour:

(April 30-May 19, 1965. With Mickey Finn, Jeff & Jon, The Yardbirds, The Riot Squad, Val McKenna, and Goldie & The Gingerbreads on all shows unless noted. 2 shows on all dates unless noted)

April 30, 1965 Adelphi Cinema, Slough, ENG

May 1, 1965 Walthamstow Granada Cinema, London, ENG

May 2, 1965 Lewisham Odeon, London, ENG

May 3, 1965 Marquee, London, ENG

May 4, 1965 Guildhall, Portsmouth, ENG (2 shows 6.30 & 8.50)

May 5, 1965 ABC Cinema, Aldershot, ENG (with Mickey Finn, Jeff & Jon, The Rockin' Berries, The Riot Squad, Val McKenna, and Goldie & The Gingerbreads)

May 6, 1965 Granada Theatre, London, ENG

May 7, 1965 East Ham Granada, London, ENG (with Mickey Finn, Jeff & Jon, The Yardbirds, The Riot Squad, Val McKenna, Goldie & The Gingerbreads, and Unit Four Plus Two)

May 8, 1965 Gaumont Theatre, Hanley, ENG

May 9, 1965 Coventry Theatre, Coventry, ENG

May 11, 1965 Odeon, Swindon, ENG

May 12, 1965 Odeon, Southend, ENG

May 13, 1965 Granada, Bedford, ENG

May 14, 1965 Granada, Tooting, ENG

May 15, 1965 Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, ENG

May 16, 1965 Gaumont, Ipswich, ENG

May 17, 1965 Marquee, London, ENG

May 18, 1965 Gaumont, Taunton, ENG

May 19, 1965 Capitol Cinema, Cardiff, WAL

May 20, 1965 Gaumont Cinema, Wolverhampton, ENG (cancelled)

May 21, 1965 Odeon Theatre, Bolton, ENG (cancelled)

May 22, 1965 Odeon Theatre, Leeds, ENG (cancelled)

May 23, 1965 Gaumont Palace, Derby, ENG (cancelled)

May 26, 1965 City Hall, Perth, SCOT (cancelled)

May 27, 1965 Caird Hall, Dundee, SCOT (cancelled)

May 28, 1965 New Palladium Ballroom, Greenock, SCOT (cancelled)

May 29, 1965 Barrowlands Ballroom, Glasgow, SCOT (cancelled)

May 30, 1965 Locomotive Club, Paris, FRA (cancelled)

June 2, 1965 Bristol, ENG (UK TV "Discs A Go Go" lip-syncing "Set Me Free")

June 3, 1965 Playhouse Theatre, Manchester, ENG (UK TV "Top Of The Pops" lip-syncing "Set Me Free")

June 5, 1965 Astoria Ballroom, Rawtenstall, ENG (supported by The Deltas and The Scorchers)

June 6, 1965 Birmingham, ENG (UK TV "Thank Your Lucky Stars" lip-syncing "Set Me Free")

June 11, 1965 JFK Coliseum, Manchester, NH (cancelled)

June 12, 1965 Ketchum High School, Wappinger, NY (cancelled)

June 13, 1965 Boston, MA (cancelled)

June 14, 1965 Rhode Island Auditorium, Providence, RI (cancelled)

June 15, 1965 New Haven, CT (cancelled)

June 16, 1965 Stambaugh Auditorium, Youngstown, OH (cancelled)

June 18, 1965 New York City, NY (US TV "The Clay Cole Show" interviewed and dancing to a recording of "Set Me Free")

June 18-19, 1965 Academy of Music, New York City, NY (supporting The Dave Clark Five, with The American Dreams and Fish & Chips)

June 20, 1965 Exposition Gardens, Peoria, IL (supported by Paul Peterson, Bobby & The Argyles, and The Rivieras)

June 21, 1965 Arie Crown Theater, Chicago, IL (The crowd present Ray with a cake before the show to mark his 21st birthday. Summer of Stars '65, with The Thunderbirds, The Blue Knights, and The Ventrils)

June 22, 1965 Louisville Convention Center, Louisville, KY (cancelled)

June 23, 1965 Illinois State Armory, Springfield, IL (supported by Dick & Dee Dee, Paul Peterson, The Hollywood Argyles, and The Rivieras. Tonight's promoter is John Wayne Gacy, executed in 1994 for serial murders)

June 24, 1965 Denver Auditorium, Denver, CO (supported by The Police)

June 25, 1965 Centennial Coliseum, Reno, NV (supported by Dobie Gray. As the promoter only offered half their fee upfront, they only played for 20 minutes of a contracted 40 minute set)

June 26, 1965 Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento, CA (supported by Sonny & Cher, Dobie Gray, Linda Dawn, The Coachmen, and The Fugitives. The promoter complains of "unprofessional conduct" when the set is filled with a prolonged version of "You Really Got Me")

June 27, 1965 Stockton Civic Auditorium, Stockton, CA (cancelled due to poor ticket sales)

June 28, 1965 ABC TV Centre, Hollywood, CA (US TV "Shivaree" lip-syncing "Set Me Free")

July 3, 1965 Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA (Beach Boys Summer Spectacular, with The Beach Boys, The Byrds, Sonny & Cher, Dino, Desi, & Billy, Donna Loren, The Sir Douglas Quintet, The Righteous Brothers, Sam the Sham & The Pharoahs, Ian Whitcomb, and the Liverpool Five)

July 4, 1965 Cow Palace, Daly City, CA (cancelled due to dispute over money)

July 6, 1965 Honolulu International Center, (K-POI's Royal Ball, with The Spirits, The Casuals, and The Mop Tops)

July 8, 1965 Spokane Coliseum, Spokane, WA

July 9, 1965 Puget Sound Memorial Fieldhouse, Tacoma, WA (Summer Spectacular, with Jan & Dean, The Righteous Brothers, Ian Whitcomb, The Liverpool Five, Jay & The Americans, The Wailers, The Sonics, Sam the Sham & The Pharoahs, and unknown orchestra)

July 10, 1965 Seattle Center Coliseum, Seattle, WA (Summer Spectacular, with The Sonics, Ian Whitcomb, Ray Stevens, Jay & The Americans, Sam the Sham & The Pharoahs, Jan & Dean, and The Righteous Brothers)

July 11, 1965 Vancouver, BC (cancelled)

July 15, 1965 ABC, Great Yarmouth, ENG

July 29, 1965 Worthing Assembly Hall, Worthing, England

August 1, 1965 Futurist Theater, Scarborough, England (2 shows, supported by The Mike Cotton Sound and Peter Jay & The Jaywalkers)

August 4, 1965 Twickenham Television Studios, London, ENG (UK TV performing "You Really Got Me" & "Milk Cow Blues")

August 6, 1965 Aeolian Hall, Studio 1, London, ENG (UK Radio "You Really Got ..." performing "You Really Got Me", "Hide And Seek", "Never Met A Girl Like You Before", "This Strange Effect", "Milk Cow Blues" & "See My Friends")

August 6, 1965 Aeolian Hall, London, ENG (UK Radio "Top Of The Pops" performing "See My Friend" & "All Aboard")

August 7, 1965 Marcam Hall, March, England (supported by The Elite)

August 8, 1965 Princess Theater, Torquay, England (cancelled due to TV commitments)

August 10, 1965 Playhouse Theatre, London, ENG (UK Radio "Saturday Club" performing "Never Met A Girl Like You Before", "Milk Cow Blues", "Got My Feet On The Ground" "See My Friends" & "Wonder Where My Baby Is Tonight")

August 12, 1965 Palace Theater, Douglas, Isle of Man

August 14, 1965 Waldbuhne, Berlin, Germany (2 shows. The Show of the Year, with The Fortunes and Screaming Lord Sutch & His Seven Savages)

August 15, 1965 Stadthalle, Bremen, Germany

August 18, 1965 Corn Exchange, Bristol, England (supported by The Pentagons)

August 21, 1965 Matrix Hall, Coventry, England

August 23, 1965 Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow, Scotland (supported by Studio Six and The Hi-Fi Showband)

August 24, 1965 Town Hall, Elgin, Scotland

August 25, 1965 Fountainbridge Palais, Edinburgh, Scotland

August 26, 1965 Beach Ballroom, Aberdeen, Scotland (supported by Johnny Scott & His Big Band and Maureen & Tucker)

August 27, 1965 Perth City Hall, Perth, Scotland (supported by The Phoenix, The Syndicates, The Merjers, and The Fontanas)

August 28, 1965 Ayr Ice Rink, Ayr, Scotland (supported by The Ravens and The Cravats)

September 1, 1965 Folkets Park, Knivsta, Sweden (supported by The Shanes)

September 3, 1965 Liseberg, Gothenburg, Sweden

September 4, 1965 Municipal House, Vara, Sweden (supported by Larry Finnegen)

September 6, 1965 Turku Concert Hall, Turku, Finland (supported by The Cherry Stones, Sami & The Barricades, The Firestones, and The Shoutin' Saints)

September 7, 1965 Linnanmaen Peacock, Helsinki, Finland (2 shows, supported by The Cherry Stones, The Needles, The Rondo Four, and The Learners)

September 8, 1965 Lahti Sports Center, Lahti, Finland (supported by The Cherry Stones and The Creatures)

September 10, 1965 Fynes Forum, Odense, Denmark (supported by The Defenders, The Arons, Rocco, Nalle, and Les Amis)

September 11, 1965 KB Hall, Copenhagen, Denmark (2 shows, supported by Peter Belli & Les Rivals, The Cheetas, The Kids, The Defenders, The Blackpools, and The Konrads)

September 14-18, 1965 Austurbaejarbio, Reykjavik, Iceland (2 shows, supported by Tempo and Bravo)

September 27, 1965 Bath Pavilion, Bath, England (2 shows)

Fall 1965 Tour:

(October 1-17, 1965. all shows with The Lords, Tony Sheridan & His All-Stars, and The Black Stars on all shows unless noted)

October 1-3, 1965 PN Hit House, Munich, Germany (supported by The Lords, Tony Sheridan & His All-Stars, The Black Stars, and The Renegades)

October 5, 1965 Hans Sachs House, Gelsenkirchen, Germany (2 shows)

October 6, 1965 New Rifle Hall, Ludenscheid, Germany

October 7, 1965 Stadthalle, Koblenz, Germany (2 shows)

October 8, 1965 Frederich Ebert Hall, Ludwigshafen, Germany

October 9, 1965 Olten-Hammer Resturaunt, Olten, Switzerland (supported by The Lords, The Counts, and The Black Stars)

October 10, 1965 Holiday Palace, Mulhouse, France

October 11, 1965 Frucht Hall, Kaiserslautern, Germany

October 12, 1965 Union Movie Theatre, Bochum, Germany

October 13, 1965 Electoral Palace, Mainz, Germany

October 14, 1965 Niedersachsenhalle, Hanover, Germany (2 shows)

October 15, 1965 Munsterland Hall, Munster, Germany

October 16, 1965 Nordmark Hall, Rendsburg, Germany

October 17, 1965 Weser Ems Hall, Oldenburg, Germany

October 21, 1965 Kidderminster Town Hall, Kidderminster, England

October 22, 1965 32 Club, London, England

October 23, 1965 Imperial Ballroom, Nelson, England (cancelled)

October 27, 1965 Locarno Ballroom, Stevenage, England

October 28, 1965 Glen Ballroom, Llanelli, Wales (supported by The Eyes of Blue and The Wheels of Fortune)

October 29, 1965 Co-Op Hall, Gravesend, England

October 30, 1965 Gliderdrome, Boston, England (2 shows, supported by Little Frankie & The Country Gents, and Just Four Men)

October 31, 1965 Starlite Ballroom, London, England

November 2, 1965 Malvern Winter Gardens, Great Malvern, England (Big Beat Session, with The Huskies)

November 5, 1965 Romano's Ballroom, Belfast, Northern Ireland (supported by The Silhouettes)

November 6, 1965 Milano's Ballroom, Bangor, Northern Ireland (supported by The Red Admirals)

November 7, 1965 Adelphi Theater, Dundalk, Ireland

November 8, 1965 Eltham Baths, London, England

November 12, 1965 California Ballroom, Dunstable, England (cancelled)

November 13, 1965 Top Twenty Club, Manchester, England

November 14, 1965 Manor Lounge, Stockport, England

November 15, 1965 Silver Blades, Birmingham, England

November 18, 1965 Empire Entertainments & Social Club, Neath, Wales

November 19, 1965 Camden Theatre, London, ENG (UK Radio "Joe Loss Pop Show" performing "A Well Respected Man" "Till The End Of The Day", "Where Have All The Good Times Gone" & "I Am Free")

November 19, 1965 Wembley Empire Pool, London, England (cancelled due to publishing disputes)

November 20, 1965 Log Rest, The Hague, Netherlands (cancelled due to plane fogged in)

November 21, 1965 VEB Garage, Beverwijk, Netherlands (supported by The Bintangs, The Sindychoos, The Golden Earrings, and The Gamblers)

November 23, 1965 Golden Room, Frankfurt, Germany

November 26, 1965 Locarno Ballroom, Swindon, England

November 27, 1965 Colston Hall, Bristol, England

December 3, 1965 Wimbledon Palais, London, England

December 4, 1965 Smethwick Baths, Smethwick, England

December 5, 1965 Oasis Club, Manchester, England

December 10, 1965 Wembley Television Studios, London, ENG (UK TV "Ready Steady Go" performing "Milk Cow Blues")

December 10, 1965 Greenwich Town Hall, London, England

December 11, 1965 Domino Club, Manchester, England (supported by Mr. Kelly's Citizens)

December 13, 1965 Playhouse Theatre, London, ENG (UK Radio "Saturday Club" performing "A Well Respected Man", "Till The End Of The Day", "Where Have All The Good Times Gone" & "I Am Free")

December 15, 1965 Majestic Ballroom, Newcastle, England (Kinksize Rave, with The Ken Coyler Jazzmen, The Tony Blake Combo, and The Outlines)

December 18, 1965 Palais de Danse, Peterborough, England

December 24, 1965 Wembley Television Studios, London, ENG (UK TV "Ready Steady Go")

December 31, 1965 Wembley Television Studios, London, ENG (UK TV "Ready Steady Go - The New Year Starts Here!")

1965 German TV "Beat Beat Beat" performing "A Well Respected Man", "Milk Cow Blues", "Till The End Of The Day" "I'm A Lover Not A Fighter", "You Really Got Me" & "All Day And All Of The Night")

1966:

January 1, 1966 Nantwich Civic Hall, Nantwich, England (supported by The Notions and The Pack of Cards)

January 5, 1966 Locarno Ballroom, Stevenage, England

January 7-8, 1966 Raith Ballroom, Kirkcaldy, Scotland (supported by The Andy Ross Orchestra)

January 9, 1966 Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow, Scotland

January 12, 1966 Top Rank Suite, Bristol, England

January 13, 1966 Victoria Ballroom, Chesterfield, England

January 15, 1966 Floral Hall, Southport, England

January 16, 1966 Belfry Hotel, Wishaw, England

January 17, 1966 Silver Blades Ice Rink, Croydon, ENG (supported by The Blades)

January 21, 1966 Majestic Ballroom, Accrington, England

January 24, 1966 Top Rank Suite, Doncaster, England

January 25, 1966 Majestic Ballroom, Newcastle, England (supported by The Sect)

January 27, 1966 Worthing Pier Pavilion, Worthing, England

February 4, 1966 Cavern In the Town, London, England

February 5, 1966 Pavilion Gardens Ballroom, Buxton, England (supported by The Yaks)

February 9, 1966 Wolsey Hall, Cheshunt, ENG

February 10, 1966 Salisbury City Hall, Salisbury, England

February 12, 1966 KB Hall, Copenhagen, Denmark (supported by The Beefeaters, The Stoke Sect, The Joe E. Carter Group, The Dandy Swingers, Annisette, Sir Henry & His Butlers, and Master Joseph & His Disciples)

February 16, 1966 Dudley Hippodrome, Dudley, England (2 shows, supported by The Walker Brothers, Twinkle, The Sorrows, and Finders Keepers)

February 17, 1966 Kidderminster Town Hall, Kidderminster, England

February 19-20, 1966 Drill Hall, Grantham, England (supported by Beats. Ltd and The Rising Sons)

February 26, 1966 Imperial Ballroom, Nelson, England

February 28, 1966 Ton Hall, St. Gallen, Switzerland (cancelled due to rioting)

March 1, 1966 Hotel Union, Lucerne, Switzerland (supported by Les Sauterelles and The Times)

March 2, 1966 Hotel Schaffhauserhof, Schaffhausen, Switzerland (supported by Les Sauterelles and The Times)

March 3, 1966 Hotel Spirgarten, Zurich, Switzerland (supported by Les Sauterelles and The Times)

March 4, 1966 Kursaal, Bern, Switzerland (supported by Les Sauterelles and The Times)

March 5, 1966 Cinema Union, Basel, Switzerland (supported by Les Sauterelles and The Times)

March 6, 1966 Dornbirn Exhibition Hall, Dornbirn, Austria (Beat Monstershow, with Les Sauterelles, The Times, The Slaves, and The Sheapes)

March 9, 1966 Devonshire Sporting Club, Manchester, England (cancelled due to Ray Davies' influenza)

March 1966 Package Tour:

(March 12-20, 1966. All shows with Oliver Despax, Carol Friday, Chris Sanford, Les Sunlights, and John's Four unless noted)

March 12, 1966 Eden Ranch, Loison, France (Bal du Boxing-Ring Lenois)

March 13, 1966 St. Quentin, France

March 14, 1966 Roger Salengro Room, Lille, France

March 15, 1966 Queen Elizabeth Hall, Antwerp, Belgium

March 16, 1966 Kursaal, Boulogne, France

March 17, 1966 Verviers Coliseum, Verviers, Belgium (with Oliver Despax, Carol Friday, Chris Sanford, Les Sunlights, John's Four, and The Gamblers)

March 18, 1966 The Palace, Liege, Belgium

March 19, 1966 Summer Hall, Brussels, Belgium (with Carol Friday, Chris Sanford, Les Sunlights, John's Four, The Shamrocks, The Kings Five, The King Bees, and Deny Vinson)

March 20, 1966 Dunkirk, France

April 9, 1966 Bury Palace, Bury, England (cancelled due to Ray Davies nervous breakdown)

April 10, 1966 Cosmopolitan Club, Carlisle, England (cancelled due to Ray Davies nervous breakdown)

April 11, 1966 Casino Ballroom, Blackpool, England (cancelled due to Ray Davies nervous breakdown)

April 16, 1966 Locomotive Club, Paris, France

April 18, 1966 Silver Blades Ice Rink, London, England

April 20, 1966 Kinema Ballroom, Dumferline, Scotland (cancelled due to recording commitments)

April 23, 1966 Perth City Hall, Perth, Scotland (supported by The Barons and The New Fontanas)

April 24, 1966 McGoo's Club, Edinburgh, Scotland

April 28, 1966 University of Nottingham, Nottingham, England (University of Nottingham Arts Ball, with The Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band and Blues & Roots)

April 29, 1966 Newcastle City Hall, Newcastle, England (2 shows, supported by Dave Dee Dozy Beaky Mick & Tich and Wayne Fontana & The Opposition)

May 1, 1966 Bromel Club, London, England

May 3, 1966 Portsmouth Guildhall, Portsmouth, England

May 6, 1966 De Montfort Hall, Leicester, England (supported by Dave Dee Dozy Beaky Mick & Tich)

May 7, 1966 Jaarbeurs, Utrecht, Netherlands (Mei-festival van de PVDA, with Boudewijn de Groot, The Motions, Golden Earring, Low Down Blues Group '65, and The Clungells)

May 8, 1966 Wijkermeerweg Garage, Beverwijk, Netherlands (supported by The Bintangs, The Black Vultures, The Hamlets, Rene & His Alligators, and The Rowdys)

May 9, 1966 Sportlaan Sport Hall, Den Helder, Netherlands (Beatfestival, with The Kingbeats and The Motions)

May 11, 1966 Pleasure Beach Casino, Blackpool, England

May 12, 1966 Eastbourne Winter Gardens, Eastbourne, England (supported by The Shades)

May 13, 1966 University of Kent, Canterbury, England

May 14, 1966 King's Hall, Stoke, England (supported by The Eyes)

May 15, 1966 Birmingham Hippodrome, Birmingham, England (2 shows, supported by The Yardbirds, Lewis Ruch, and The Bow Street Runners)

May 16, 1966 Carousel Club, Farnborough, England

May 20, 1966 Goldsmith's College, London, England

May 21, 1966 Pavilion Gardens Ballroom, Buxton, England

May 22, 1966 Edgeware Town Football Club, London, England (cancelled due to dispute over being support act)

May 26, 1966 Cranford Town Hall, London, England

May 27, 1966 Fairfield Hall, Croydon, ENG (2 shows, supported by Dave Dee Dozy Beaky Mick & Tich and Sean Buckley & The Breadcrumbs)

May 28, 1966 Supreme Ballroom, Ramsgate, England (supported by The Fingers)

May 30, 1966 Sincil Bank Football Ground, Lincoln, ENG (Whit Monday Pop Gala Festival, with The Who, The Yardbirds, Small Faces, Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames, Screaming Lord Sutch, Crispian St Peters, Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich, Alan Price Set, She Trinity, The Brother-hud, The Children, The Creation (First Ever gig), The Dimples, The Barron Knights, The Ivy League & The Koobas)

June 1, 1966 Top Rank Suite, Brighton, England

June 2, 1966 Locarno Ballroom, Sunderland, England

June 3, 1966 Marine Theater, Lyme Regis, England (supported by The Directors and Harold Graham)

June 4, 1966 Imperial Ballroom, Nelson, England (cancelled due to Pete Quaife car crash)

June 5, 1966 Odeon Theater, Glasgow, Scotland (cancelled due to Pete Quaife car crash)

June 9, 1966 Carling Music, Savill Row, London, ENG John Dalton auditioned as a temporary replacement for Pete Quaife)

June 9, 1966 BBC Television Studios, London, ENG (UK TV "Top of the Pops")

June 9, 1966 Ram Jam Club, London, England (cancelled due to Pete Quaife car crash)

June 11, 1966 The Plaza, Kings Heath, Birmingham, ENG (John Dalton's first gig with the Kinks)

June 13-15, 1966 Yulia Party Room, Madrid, Spain (2 shows, 14th and 15th cancelled due to money disputes)

June 15-18, 1966 Bergen, NOR

June 16, 1966 Nordstrand Hall, Oslo, Norway (supported by The Beatnicks, Mojo Blues, The Missing Links, Little Earl & The Sapphires, Jan & Freddy, The Four Chiefs, and The 2nd Evolution Corps)

June 17, 1966 Landas Hall, Bergen, Norway (supported by The Rhythmic Six)

June 18, 1966 Earlham Park, Norwich, England (Ad Hoc Jazz & Blues Festival, with The New Jazz Orchestra, The Terry Lightfoot Jazzmen, Geno Washington & The Ram Jam Band, The Collegians Jazz Band, Anna & Albert, the JB Quartet, and The Broad City Blue Blowers)

June 19, 1966 Top Ten Club, Manchester, England

June 21, 1966 University of Oxford, Oxford, England

June 23, 1966 Casino Ballroom, Rochester, England

June 25, 1966 Corn Exchange, Hertford, ENG

June 30, 1966 Worthing Pier Ballroom, Worthing, England

July 1, 1966 Pontypridd Municipal Hall, Pontypridd, Wales (cancelled due to Dave Davies illness)

July 2, 1966 Barnsley Civic Hall, Barnsley, England (cancelled due to Dave Davies illness)

July 4, 1966 Bath Pavilion, Bath, England (2 shows)

July 8, 1966 Strand Ballroom, Portstewart, Northern Ireland (supported by Walter Lewis)

July 9, 1966 Milano's Ballroom, Bangor, Northern Ireland (supported by The Federals)

July 10, 1966 Abbey Ballroom, Drogheda, Ireland (supported by The Kings)

July 11, 1966 Astoria Ballroom, Bundoran, Ireland (supported by The Black Aces)

July 12, 1966 Malvern Winter Gardens, Malvern, England (cancelled due to business commitments)

July 14, 1966 Dreamland Ballroom, Margate, England (cancelled due to business commitments)

July 16, 1966 Barcelona, Spain (cancelled)

July 17, 1966 Palma de Mallorca Bullring, Palma de Mallorca, Spain (Beat 66, with The Exotics, The Trixtons, Los Beta Quartet, The Four Winds, Los 5 del Este, and Grupo 15)

July 20, 1966 Ayr Ice Rink, Ayr, Scotland (supported by The Redhawks, The Vikings, The Hi-Fi Combo, and The Meridiens)

July 21, 1966 Lamlash Community Center, Lamlash, Scotland

July 22, 1966 Raith Ballroom, Kirkcaldy, Scotland (supported by The Andy Ross Orchestra)

July 23, 1966 Loreburn Hall, Dumfries, Scotland

July 24, 1966 McGoo's, Edinburgh, Scotland

July 28, 1966 Barrow Public Hall, Barrow, England (supported by Chapter Five and Five of a Kind)

July 29, 1966 Top Spot Ballroom, Ross, England

July 30, 1966 Pinhoe Festival Grounds, Exeter, England (Bumper Beat Bar-B-Q, with Trendsetters Limited, The Variations, The Condiaks, and The Cordettes)

July 31, 1966 Princess Theater, Torquay, England

August 11, 1966 Palace Lido, Douglas, Isle of Man

August 13, 1966 Gaumont Cinema, Bournemouth, England (supporting Dave Dee Dozy Beaky Mick & Tich, with The Walker Brothers, The Creation, The Wishful Thinking, Hamilton & The Hamilton Movement, and The Quotations)

August 14, 1966 Blackpool Opera House, Blackpool, England (cancelled)

August 15, 1966 Birdcage Club, Portsmouth, England

August 16, 1966 Torquay Town Hall, Torquay, England (supported by The Travellers, Reaction, Last-Tik Band, and Package Deal)

August 17-18, 1966 Flamingo Ballroom, Pool, England (supported by The Undecided and Johnny & The Giants)

August 19, 1966 Gaiety Ballroom, Grimsby, England

August 20, 1966 Rutland Showground, Oakham, England (Big Beat Festival, with The Applejacks, Brian Poole & The Tremeloes, and The Essex)

August 21, 1966 ABC Cinema, Yarmouth, England (supported by Paul & Barry Ryan, Tony Rivers & The Castaways, and Billy Davis)

August 25, 1966 Locarno Ballroom, Burnley, England

August 26, 1966 Top Ten Club, Manchester, England

August 27, 1966 Royal Hall, Bridlington, England (supported by The C Beats and The Small Four)

August 28, 1966 Mr McGoo's, Edinburgh, Scotland (cancelled)

August 29, 1966 Dreamland Ballroom, Margate, England (supported by The Writ)

August 31, 1966 Locarno Ballroom, Stevenage, England (cancelled)

September 1, 1966 Queen's Hall, Barnstaple, England (cancelled)

September 2, 1966 New Riviera Club, St. Austell, England

September 3, 1966 Houtrust Hall, The Hague, Netherlands (supported by Ferre Gringard, The Rob Hoeke R&B Group, Hu & The Hilltoppers, The Clungels, The Zipps, and The Key)

September 13-14, 1966 Austurbaejarbioi Cinema, Reykjavik, Iceland (cancelled due to departure of Pete Quaife)

September 17, 1966 Kruisweg Hotel, Marum, Netherlands (supported by Peter & The Blizzards, The Bintangs, and The Key)

September 18, 1966 Party Tent, Schermerhorn, Netherlands (Bierfeesten Hoorn, with The Motions)

September 20, 1966 Weiner Stadhalle, Vienna, Austria (supported by The Rangers, The Bonds, and The Rainbows)

September 21, 1966 Berlin Sports Palace, Berlin, Germany (Stars Hit Popmusik, with Chris Andrews, Graham Bonney, Elisa Gabbal, Marion, The Maglos, and The Rainbows)

September 23, 1966 Liseberg, Gothenburg, Sweden (supported by The Red Squares and The Gonks)

September 24, 1966 Conventum Club 700, Orebro, Sweden (supported by The Moderators, The Gents, and The DeeJays)

September 25, 1966 The Margin, Stockholm, Sweden (supported by The Maniacs)

September 27, 1966 Fyns Forum, Odense, Denmark (supported by The Baronets, The Rockfighters, The Red Squares, and The Bluebirds)

September 28, 1966 Hit Club, Aalborg, Denmark

September 29, 1966 Malmo Stadium, Malmo, Sweden (supported by The Nursery Rhymes, The Caretakers, and The Namelosers)

September 30, 1966 Helsinki, Finland (cancelled)

October 1, 1966 Imperial Ballroom, Nelson, England (cancelled due to illness)

November 26, 1966 Wimbledon Palais, London, England (supported by Long John Baldry and Twice as Much)

December 17, 1966 Bridlington Spa, Bridlington, England (supported by Three Plus One and The Zeroes)

1966 Ready Steady Go UK TV Performing "Till The End Of The Day", "Milk Cow Blues" & "Got Love If You Want It"

1967:

Beat In Carnival Tour:

(January 16-22, 1967, with David Garrick, The Creation, and The Impact on all shows unless noted)

January 16, 1967 Stadthalle, Offenbach, Germany

January 17, 1967 Rhein Hall, Dusseldorf, Germany (with David Garrick, The Creation, The Impact, The Monks, The Icens, and The Dressmen Guys)

January 18, 1967 Augsburg Sport Hall, Augsburg, Germany (with David Garrick, The Creation, The Impact, and The Beat-Garde)

January 19, 1967 Universal Cinema, Pforzheim, Germany

January 21, 1967 Bonn Civic Association, Bonn, Germany

January 22, 1967 Circus Krone, Munich, GER (supported by David Garrick, The Creation, The Impex, The Beatstones, and The Others (cancelled))

January 28, 1967 Imperial Ballroom, Nelson, England (supported by The Bystanders and Ways & Means)

February 4, 1967 King's Hall, Stoke, England (2 shows, supported by The Pacifics and The Heatwaves)

February 5, 1967 Granada Cinema, Bedford, England (supported by Dave Dee Dozy Beaky Mick & Tich)

February 23-24, 1967 Alhambra Theater, Paris, France (supported by Nursery Rhymes and Vigon)

February 25, 1967 Royat Casino, Royat, France

April 1, 1967 Kelvin Hall, Glasgow, SCOT (Scene '67 Theater, with Sounds Incorporated and The Fortunes)

April 6, 1967 Top Ten Club, Manchester, England (Big Sound cancer research charity show, with Sounds Incorporated, Cliff Bennett & The Rebel Rousers, The Tremeloes and The Move)

April 16, 1967 Empire Pool, London, England (Daily Express Record Star Show, with The Alan Price Set, The Troggs, The New Vaudeville Band, Julie Felix, Paul Jones, Dave Dee Dozy Beaky Mick & Tich, The Tremeloes, The Move, Cream, Chris Farlowe, Dave Berry, Cliff Bennett, Geno Washington, Lulu, David & Jonathan, and Freddie & The Dreamers)

April 23, 1967 L'Olympia, Paris, France (cancelled)

April 24, 1967 Top Rank Suite, Cardiff, Wales (supported by The Johnny Howard Band, Simon Dupree & The Big Sound, and The Creation)

May 3, 1967 University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland (Jazz 'n' Beat Ball)

May 5, 1967 Glasgow University Union, Glasgow, Scotland (Glasgow Summer Ball, with Zoot Money & His Big Roll Band and The Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band)

May 6, 1967 Earlham Park, Norwich, England (Rag Barbeque, with Chris Farlowe & The Thunderbirds)

May 11, 1967 Liseberg Concert Hall, Gothenburg, Sweden (cancelled due to Pete Quaife's wife's childbirth compilations)

May 12, 1967 Rigeletto, Jonkoping, Sweden (cancelled due to Pete Quaife's wife's childbirth compilations)

May 13, 1967 Hogbo Use, Sandviken, Sweden (cancelled due to Pete Quaife's wife's childbirth compilations)

May 14, 1967 Norrmalmea, Pitea, Sweden (cancelled due to Pete Quaife's wife's childbirth compilations)

May 15, 1967 Grona Lund, Stockholm, Sweden (cancelled due to Pete Quaife's wife's childbirth compilations)

May 20, 1967 The Upper Cut, London, England

May 26, 1967 Grand Ballroom, Coalville, England

May 27, 1967 Derbyshire Miners Holiday Center, Skegness, England (Trend '67, National Young Communists Rally Dance)

May ?, 1967 Beat Club, German TV (performing "Mr. Pleasant" broadcast May 20, 1967)

June 2, 1967 Top Hat Ballroom, Lisburn, Northern Ireland

June 3, 1967 Bristol Corn Exchange, Bristol, England

June 10, 1967 Floral Hall, Southport, England

June 11, 1967 The Plessis Robinson, Paris, France (cancelled)

June 14, 1967 Top Rank Suite, Swansea, Wales

June 15, 1967 Locarno Ballroom, Hull, England

June 16, 1967 Benn Hall, Rugby, England

June 17, 1967 Old Hill Plaza, Cradley Heath, England

June 18, 1967 Plaza Teen Club, Huddersfield, England (supported by Hepworth's Good Impressions)

June 23, 1967 University of Exeter, Exeter, England (supported by The Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band and Zoot Money & His Big Roll Orchestra)

June 24, 1967 New Riviera Club, St. Austell, England (supported by The Cousin Jacks)

June ?, 1967 Beat Club, German TV (performing "Waterloo Sunset" broadcast June 24, 1967)

July 1, 1967 Rectory Field, London, ENG (South Eastern R&B Festival, with Small Faces, Georgie Fame & John Mayall)

July 15, 1967 Middlefield Lane, Hinckley, England (Hinckley Beat Festival, with The Troggs, Whistling Jack Smith, The Mindbenders, The Koobas, Humphrey Lyttelton's Band, and The Bats)

July 17, 1967 Bath Pavilion, Bath, England (2 shows)

July 18, 1967 Malvern Winter Gardens, Malvern, England

July 20, 1967 Worthing Assembly Hall, Worthing, England

August 4, 1967 Playhouse Theatre, London, ENG (Dave Davies. BBC Radio 1 "Saturday Club")

August 5, 1967 Nautilus, Lowestoft, England

August 6, 1967 Hastings Pier Ballroom, Hastings, ENG

August 8, 1967 Torquay Town Hall, Torquay, England (Summer Spectacular, with The Phaze, The Last-Tik Band, A Collexion, and The Q-Set)

August 9, 1967 Flamingo Ballroom, Redruth, England

August 11, 1967 Royal Windsor Racecourse, Windsor, England (cancelled)

August 12-13, 1967 Casino Tharon, Normandy, France (cancelled)

August 15, 1967 Bournemouth Pavilion, Bournemouth, England (cancelled due to recording commitments)

August 26, 1967 Woburn Abbey, Milton Keynes, England (cancelled)

August 28, 1967 Hastings Stadium, Hastings, ENG (Festival Of Music, with Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich, Geno Washington & The Ram Jam Band, Crazy World Of Arthur Brown, Robb Storme & The Whispers, Winstons Fumbs, Hip Hooray Band & (compere) Keith Skues)

September 2, 1967 Imperial Ballroom, Nelson, England (supported by Michael's Angels and The Beatovens)

September 9, 1967 Amsterdam Concert Hall, Amsterdam, Netherlands (Mode Happening, with Donovan, The Outsiders, Armand, Q65, The Shoes, Full House, Daddy's Act, Elly Nieman, Theo Van Es, Wally Tax, Shirley, The Ducth Swing College Band, Davy Jones, and Jacco Van Rennesse)

September 23, 1967 Salonika, Greece (cancelled due to Greek military coup)

September 24, 1967 Athens, Greece (cancelled due to Greek military coup)

September 29, 1967 Starlite Ballroom, Belfast, Northern Ireland (supported by The Fugitives)

September 30, 1967 New Arcadia Ballroom, Bray, Ireland (supported by The Greenbeats)

October 1, 1967 Arcadia Ballroom, Cork, Ireland (supported by The Kerry Blues)

October 5, 1967 Langley Mill Working Men's Club, Nottingham, England

October 6, 1967 Kyrle Club, Birmingham, England (supported by Agency and Jigsaw)

October 7, 1967 Savoy Ballroom, Portsmouth, England

October 18, 1967 Skyline Ballroom, Hull, England (supported by The Traveller's Express, The Mandrakes, and Herbie's Ills)

October 21, 1967 University of Liverpool, Liverpool, England

October 25, 1967 BBC Maida Vale 4, London, ENG (BBC Radio 1 "Top Gear", broadcast: October 29, 1967)

October 26, 1967 University of Leeds, Leeds, England (Rag Ball, with Brian Auger & The Trinity, The Monty Sunshine Jazz Band, and The Clockwork Oranges)

November 4, 1967 St. George's Ballroom, Hinckley, England (supported by The Carlings)

November 17, 1967 The Roma, Antwerp, Belgium

November 18, 1967 Popular Public Interest, Mechelen, Belgium (supported by Adam's Recital and The Liberty Six)

November 19, 1967 Club '67, Evergem, Belgium

November 25, 1967 Pearce Hall, Maidenhead, ENG

December 19, 1967 Marine & Technical College, South Shields, England (cancelled due to Ray Davies business commitments)

December 22, 1967 Top Rank Suite, Doncaster, England

1968:

January 6, 1968 Imperial Ballroom, Nelson, England (cancelled)

January 10, 1968 Hemel Hempstead Pavilion, Hemel Hempstead, England (cancelled)

January 15, 1968 Bath Pavilion, Bath, England (2 shows)

January 27, 1968 Lancaster College of Technology, Coventry, England

February 16-18, 1968 Theater 140, Brussels, Belgium (2 shows on 17th and 18th)

February 23, 1968 Granby Hall, Leicester, England (University Rag Rave, with Traffic, The Move, and The Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band)

March 8, 1968 Birmingham University, Birmingham, England (cancelled due to recording commitments)

The Kinks UK Tour 1968

(April 6-28, 1968. With The Herd, The Tremeloes, Rain, Ola & The Janglers and Life 'n' Soul unless note2 shows on all dates.)

April 6, 1968 Granada Cinema, Mansfield, ENG

April 7, 1968 Walthamstow Granada, London, ENG

April 8, 1968 Granada Cinema, Bedford, ENG

April 9, 1968 ABC Cinema, Exeter, ENG

April 10, 1968 ABC Theater, Gloucester, ENG

April 11, 1968 Capitol Theater, Cardiff, WAL

April 13, 1968 City Hall, Newcastle, ENG

April 14, 1968 De Montford Hall, Leicester, ENG

April 15, 1968 Town Hall, Birmingham, ENG

April 16, 1968 ABC Cinema, Northampton, ENG

April 17, 1968 ABC Theater, Peterborough, ENG

April 18, 1968 ABC Theater, Chesterfield, ENG

April 19, 1968 ABC Cinema, Chester, ENG

April 21, 1968 Empire Theatre, Liverpool, ENG

April 22, 1968 Odeon, Manchester, ENG

April 24, 1968 Regal Cinema, Cambridge, ENG

April 25, 1968 Adelphi Cinema, Slough, ENG

April 26, 1968 Central Hall, Chatham, ENG

April 27, 1968 Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, ENG

April 28, 1968 Coventry Theatre, Coventry, ENG

May 18, 1968 Sittard City Theater, Sittard, Netherlands (supported by Full House, Fagham, and Blues Dimension)

May 19, 1968 Euro Exposition, Apeldoorn, Netherlands (supported by The Mozarts, Full House, Experience, Fagham, and Blues Dimension)

May 29, 1968 Piper's Club, Milan, Italy (cancelled due to studio commitments)

June 1, 1968 Bray, Ireland (cancelled due to Pete Quaife intentionally missing flight)

June 8, 1968 Brunns Park, Orebro, Sweden (supported by The String Tones)

June 9, 1968 Mariebergsskogen, Karlstad, Sweden

June 11, 1968 Liseberg, Gothenburg, Sweden (supported by Blue & Yellow, Voces, and The Rainy Day Women)

June 12, 1968 Alingsas Park, Alingsas, Sweden (supported by The Schytts)

June 13, 1968 Folkets Park, Hunnebostrand, Sweden (supported by Johnny Ohrberg's Orkester)

June 14, 1968 The Admiral, Malmo, Sweden

June 15, 1968 Bellevue Park, Karlshamn, Sweden (supported by The West Coasters and Leif Jorgens)

June 16, 1968 Folkets Park, Oskarshamn, Sweden (supported by Tobbes Sextet med Per-Olof)

June 18, 1968 Folkets Park, Hultsfred, Sweden (supported by Ingmar Nordstroms and No Nox)

June 19, 1968 Folkets Park, Finspang, Sweden (supported by Sol Crept and Marz)

June 20, 1968 Grona Lund Jump-In, Stockholm, Sweden (supported by The Peeps and The Greyhounds)

June 21, 1968 Folkets Park, Eskilstuna, Sweden

June 22, 1968 Folkets Park, Borlange, Sweden (supported by Lill Babbs)

June 23, 1968 Gavle Community Park, Gavle, Sweden (supported by Arne Bills and Eddie Usts)

July 1, 1968 BBC Studio 1, London, ENG (BBC Radio 1 "Top GearEdd", broadcast: July 7, 1968)

July 9, 1968 Playhouse Theatre, London, ENG (BBC Radio 1 "Saturday Club")

July 19, 1968 Kinema Dance Hall, Stranraer, Scotland (cancelled)

July 20, 1968 Agnew Park Marquee, Stranraer, Scotland (cancelled due to disappointment over venue being large tent)

September 7, 1968 Merchtem, Belgium

September 8, 1968 Communal Park, Chatelet, Belgium (Teenage Festival, with Opus, Marian Maxel, Mistircis Renovation, The Sharons, Jean-Marie Merny, Sweet Feeling, Patricia & Serge Lama, Eric Charden, Gibert Becaud, The Pebbles, Mickey Day, Nicoleta, Systeme Tony, Jacques DuTronc, Pink Floyd, and Status Quo)

September 27, 1968 Bridge Place Country Club, Canterbury, England

October 12, 1968 Belfry Hotel, Wishaw, England

October 20, 1968 The Top Hat, Spennymoor, England (supported by Paul Melva and The John Ray Set)

October 21-23, 1968 Club Fiesta, Stockton, England (supported by Paul Melva and Rosa Roberts)

October 24, 1968 The Top Hat, Spennymoor, England (supported by Paul Melva and The John Ray Set)

October 25-26, 1968 Club Fiesta, Stockton, England (supported by Paul Melva and Rosa Roberts)

November 26, 1968 Playhouse Theatre, London, ENG (BBC Radio 1 "Saturday Club")

1969:

January 30, 1969 Bath Pavilion, Bath, England (2 shows)

March 15, 1969 Sunderland Empire, Sunderland, England (2 shows, Northeast Folk Song & Dance Festival)

1969 Top Of The Pops BBC TV performing "Days"

April 2, 1969 Aeolian Hall, Studio 1, London, ENG (BBC Radio)

April 5, 1969 UK TV "It's Dee Time". With John Dalton back as a a full time member)

April 19, 1969 Swan Public House, Birmingham, England (supported by The Spring)

April 26, 1969 Mayfair Suite, Wishaw, England (supported by Boss White)

April ?, 1969 Beat Club, German TV (performing "Plastic Man" broadcast April 26, 1969)

May 17-18, 1969 Hotel Milkar, Beirut, LEB (18th cancelled)

June 12, 1969 Newcastle City Hall, Newcastle, England (cancelled due to poor ticket sales)

June 14, 1969 University of Oxford, Oxford, England (Roundabout Ball)

June 19, 1969 BBC Lime Grove Studios, London, ENG (UK TV "Top Of The Pops" lip-syncing to "Drivin")

June 21, 1969 Thames Polytechnic, London, England

July 12, 1969 Bruvoll, Sorum, Norway (supported by Jim Oddwinds)

July 14, 1969 Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen, Denmark (supported by dancing bear act)

July 15, 1969 Joboland, Svaneke, Denmark (supported by The Vanguards and Black Flowers Liberty)

July 18, 1969 St. Albans City Hall, St. Albans, England (supported by The Pavement and The County Jail Blues Band)

July 19, 1969 Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone, England (supported by Mosaic and Josiah Ben's Fantasy)

July 25, 1969 Newton Pavilion, Lincoln, England

August 8, 1969 Bath Pavilion, Bath, England

August 23, 1969 Hull City Hall, Hull, England (cancelled due to Ray Davies travel commitments)

August 26, 1969 Star Club, Hamburg, Germany

August 28, 1969 Pavilion Theater, Bournemouth, England (supported by The Tension)

September 13, 1969 Pier Pavilion, Felixstowe, England (supported by Django's Castle)

September 27, 1969 Top Rank Suite, Eastbourne, England

October 4, 1969 The Melody Rooms, Norwich, England (supported by The Black Stump)

Arthur Tour:

October 17-18, 1969 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (2 shows, supporting Spirit, with The Bonzo Dog Band)

October 19, 1969 Alumni Memorial Gymnasium, Potsdam, NY (supporting Spirit, with Dan Cooper)

October 22, 1969 Leone's, Long Beach, NY

October 23-25, 1969 The Boston Tea Party, Boston, MA (2 shows, supported by Lee Michaels & Quill)

October 31, 1969 Kinetic Playground, Chicago, IL (supporting The Who, with Liverpool Scene)

November 1, 1969 Kinetic Playground, Chicago, IL (Cancelled, replaced by Poco, supported by Liverpool Scene)

November 7-8, 1969 Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI (supporting Joe Cocker & The Grease Band, with Grand Funk Railroad and The James Gang)

November 12, 1969 Cedar Rapids Memorial Coliseum, Cedar Rapids, IA (supported by St. John, Brown Sugar, and American Legend)

November 14-16, 1969 Ludlow's Garage, Cincinnati, OH (supported by Humble Pie and The Glass Harp)

November 19, 1969 The Factory, Los Angeles, CA (cancelled due to Dave Davies post-drug hangover)

November 20-23, 1969 Whisky-A-Go-Go, Los Angeles, CA (2 shows, supported by Gypsy)

November 24, 1969 Crawford Hall, Irvine, CA

November 26, 1969 Contra Costa County Fairgrounds, Antioch, CA (supporting It's A Beautiful Day, with Cold Blood & Dry Creek Rd.)

November 27-30, 1969 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA (2 shows, supported by Taj Mahal & Sha Na Na)

December 1, 1969 Reed College, Portland, OR

December 2, 1969 Freeborn Hall, Davis, CA (supported by Bicycle)

December 5, 1969 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supporting Chambers Brothers & Spirit, with American Dream)

December 6, 1969 Hawk's Nest, Toronto, ON (2 shows)

December 7, 1969 Stamford High School Auditorium, Stamford, CT (2 shows, supported by Roomful of Blues)

December 8, 1969 Ungano's, New York, NY

Post-tour:

December 18, 1969 Camden Theatre, London, ENG (BBC Radio 1 "Dave Lee Travis")

December 31, 1969 BBC Television Centre, London, ENG (Pop Go The Sixties)

1970:

January 16, 1970 The Fillmore North, Sunderland, England (cancelled)

January 24, 1970 Mayfair Suite, Wishaw, England

Winter 1970 US Tour: (January 30-February 28, 1970)

January 30-31, 1970 Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA (supported by Eric Mercury and The Image)

February 5, 1970 F.C. Smith Auditorium, Montreal, QC (2 shows, Winter Carnaval)

February 6, 1970 University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON (supporting Neil Diamond, with Dion)

February 12-14, 1970 The Boston Tea Party, Boston, MA (supported by Rensissance)

February 20-21, 1970 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (cancelled due to Mick Avory hepatitis. Supporting Savoy Brown)

February 22, 1970 Atlanta Sports Arena, Atlanta, GA (cancelled due to Mick Avory hepatitis)

February 23, 1970 Fair Park Music Hall, Dallas, TX (cancelled due to Mick Avory hepatitis)

February 25, 1970 Houston Music Hall, Houston, TX (cancelled due to Mick Avory hepatitis)

February 27, 1970 Woodrose Ballroom, Springfield, MA (cancelled due to Mick Avory hepatitis)

February 28, 1970 Ritchie Coliseum, College Park, MD (cancelled due to Mick Avory hepatitis)

March 29, 1970 Miami, FL (cancelled due to cancellation of festival)

April 3-4, 1970 Cologne Sport Hall, Cologne, Germany (cancelled due to Mick Avory hepatitis)

May 1970 The Baptist (aka John Gosling) joins on keyboards.

May 18, 1970 Aeolian Hall, Studio 2, London, ENG (BBC Radio 1 "Dave Lee Travis")

Spring-Summer 1970 US Tour: (May 22-July 10, 1970)

May 22-23, 1970 The Depot, Minneapolis, MN (2 shows, supported by Danny's Reasons)

May 24, 1970 University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN (cancelled due to Ray Davies recording commitments)

May 29-30, 1970 Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL (supported by Lee Michaels, Frijid Pink, Jessie, Ned, Third Power)

May 31, 1970 Clinton, NY (cancelled due to festival cancellation)

June 3-4, 1970 Ungano's, New York, NY (3rd cancelled due to Ray Davies recording commitments. Supporting Country Funk with Creedmore State)

June 5-6, 1970 Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA (supported by Georgie Fame and Mott the Hoople)

June 9, 1970 Zembo Shrine Building, Harrisburg, PA (supported by East Coast Left and Truth, Justice, & The American Way)

June 10-11, 1970 Emergency, Washington D.C. (supported by Stillroven)

June ?, 1970 Pierce College, Northridge, CA

June 12, 1970 Allen Theater, Cleveland, OH (cancelled when Traffic's equipment truck breaks down, supporting Traffic, with Mott The Hoople)

June 13, 1970 Commodore Ballroom, Lowell, MA (supported by The Illusion. The presence of keyboardist John Gosling is a surprise to some as he has not officially joined the band)

June 17, 1970 Rogers High School Auditorium, Newport, RI

June 19-20, 1970, Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY (supporting Grand Funk Railroad, with Mott The Hoople)

June 22, 1970 New York City, NY (US TV "The David Frost Show" lip-syncing "Lola". Their first US TV appearance since the union ban of 1965)

June 23, 1970 Seattle Center Arena, Seattle, WA (Love Needs Care Concert, with The Sonics and The Bards. 6000 free tickets given out by Public Health Department 'promoting' VD, but only 2000 attend)

June 24, 1970 Centennial Hall, Winnipeg, MB (supported by Justin Tyme)

June 25, 1970 Apollo Theater, Calgary, AB

June 26, 1970 Sales Pavilion, Edmonton, AB

June 27, 1970 Pacific National Gardens Auditorium, Vancouver, BC (supported by Motherhood)

June 29, 1970 The Earth Station, Honolulu, HI (cancelled due to problems at recent local rock shows)

June 30-July 1, 1970 Family Dog on the Great Highway, San Francisco, CA (supported by (30th) Oceola & (1st) Temporary Optics)

July 2, 1970 Ygnacio Valley High School, Concord, CA (supported by Beggar's Opera)

July 3-5, 1970 Whiskey A Go Go, Los Angeles, CA (2 shows, supported by Toe Fat)

July 10, 1970 Ritz Theater, New York, NY

July 11, 1970 Fallsburg, NY (cancelled due to festival cancellation, caused by restraining order by Sullivan County)

July 17, 1970 University of Sheffield, Sheffield, England

July 25, 1970 Eiderland Hall, Pahlen, Germany

August 14, 1970 Top Rank Suite, Swansea, Wales (supported by Mayfisher and Powerstop)

August 15, 1970 Bridlington Spa, Bridlington, England (supported by Childhood and The Late Arrival)

August 21, 1970 Beguinage, Bilzen, Belgium (Jazz-Bilzen, with Annie Ross, Arthur Conley, Babs Robert, Badfinger, Black Sabbath, Burning Plague, Cat Stevens, Dizzy Gillespie, Eddie Boyd, Etienne Verschueren, Freddie Hubbard, Guy Mortier, Jan Ptaszyn Wroblewski, Johnny Dover, Kevin Ayres, Kleptomania, May Blitz, Pierre Favre, Rare Bird, Screaming Lord Sutch, Stu Martin, The Humblebums, and The Wild Angels)

August 22, 1970 Tiel, Netherlands (Tiel Pop Festival, with The Wild Angels, Palace, Arthur Brown, Alan Price, Golden Earring, and Sweet Soul Sensation)

August 23, 1970 Amsterdam Fantasio, Amsterdam, Netherlands

August 28, 1970 Pavilion Theater, Bournemouth, England

August 29, 1970 Belfry Hotel, Wishaw, England

September 3, 1970 Rebecca's, Birmingham, England (supported by Breakdown)

September 5, 1970 California Ballroom, Dunstable, England

September 6, 1970 Flugger Beach, Fehmarn, Germany (Open Air Love & Peace Festival Insel Fehmarn, with Burnin Red Ivanhoe, Canned Heat, Cluster, Cravinkel, Embryo, The Faces, Fat Matress, Floh de Cologne, Fotheringay, Frumpy, Ginger Baker's Air Force, Jimi Hendrix, The Keef Hartley Band, Limbus 4, Mungo Jerry, Peter Brotzmann, Sly & The Family Stone, Thrice Mice, Ton Steine Scherben, and Witthuser & Westrupp)

September 7, 1970 Laugardalsholl, Reykjavik, Iceland (Pop-Hijomleikar)

September 18, 1970 Lyceum Ballroom, London, England (cancelled due to Ray Davies illness)

September 19, 1970 Worthy Farm, Shepton Mallet, England (Glastonbury Festival, with Al Stewart, Amazing Blondel, Duster Bennett, Hawkwind, Ian Anderson, John Martyn, Keith Christmas, Planxty, Quintessence, Roy Harper, Sam Apple Pie, Stackridge, Steamhammer, T. Rex, and Wayne Fontana)

Lola vs. Powerman & The Moneygoround Tour:

November 10, 1970 Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA (supported by Atlee)

November 12-14, 1970 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA (supported by Elton John, Ballin' Jack & Juicy Lucy)

November 19, 1970 Paramount Theater, Portland, OR (supported by Albert King)

November 20, 1970 PNE Gardens, Vancouver, BC (supported by Stallion and Thumbrock)

November 21, 1970 Men's Gymnasium, Los Angeles, CA (Young People's Night, with The Eyes and The Realm)

November 22, 1970 Mesa Theater, Grand Junction, CO (supported by The Children)

November 23, 1970 Pueblo Memorial Auditorium, Pueblo, CO (supported by Smith)

November 27, 1970 Auditorium Convention Hall, Minneapolis, MN (cancelled due to Thanksgiving holiday weekend)

November 28, 1970 Clowes Memorial Hall, Indianapolis, IN (2 shows, supported by Teegarden & Van Winkle)

December 1-3, 1970 Fillmore East, New York City, NY

December 3, 1970 Shakespeare Festival Theater, Stratford, CT (supported by Dreams)

December 4-5, 1970 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (2 shows, supported by Love & Quatermass)

December 6, 1970 London Arena, London, ON

December 8, 1970 Patrick Gymnasium, Burlington, VT (cancelled)

December 11, 1970 Bowdoin College, Brunswick, ME (cancelled)

December 12, 1970 Carnegie Hall, New York, NY (cancelled)

1971:

January 16, 1971 Belfry Hotel, Wishaw, England

January 24, 1971 Sydney, Australia (cancelled due to postal strike)

January 31, 1971 Mittagong, Australia (cancelled due to postal strike)

February 1, 1971 Honolulu, HI (cancelled due to postal strike)

Percy Tour:

February 5, 1971 Luton Technical College, Luton, England (supported by Junction)

February 12, 1971 Aberystwyth University, Aberystwyth, Wales

February 13, 1971 Cardiff University, Cardiff, Wales

February 20, 1971 Trent Polytechnic Student Union, Nottingham, England

February 23, 1971 The Bumpers Club, London, England (supported by Danta)

February 24, 1971 Top Rank Suite, Leicester, England (supported by The Octopus)

February 26, 1971 Grant Hall, Lancaster, England (Rag Ball, with Quintessence, Shaking Stevens & The Sunsets and Brother Love's Travelling Band)

February 28, 1971 Colston Hall, Bristol, England (supported by Terry Reid)

March 1, 1971 Top Rank Ballroom, Birmingham, England (supported by Roger Ruskin Spear's Kinetic Wardrobe)

March 5, 1971 University of Exeter, Exeter, England

March 6, 1971 Loughborough University Student's Union, Loughborough, England

March 8, 1971 University of Sheffield, Sheffield, England

March 12, 1971 Chelsea Village, Bournemouth, England

March 13, 1971 The Big Apple, Brighton, England (Rag Ball, with Patto, Spyrogyra, and Randy Grope)

March 17, 1971 Stadthalle, Offenbach, Germany (cancelled due to Dave Davies depression)

March 18, 1971 Vienna Concert House, Vienna, Austria (cancelled due to Dave Davies depression)

March 19, 1971 Munich, Germany (cancelled due to Dave Davies depression)

March 20, 1971 Heilbronn, Germany (cancelled due to Dave Davies depression)

March 21, 1971 Hamburg Music Hall, Hamburg, Germany (cancelled due to Dave Davies depression)

March 25, 1971 Boston Music Hall, Boston, MA (cancelled)

March 26, 1971 Allard Fieldhouse, Oyster Bay, NY (supported by Trapeze)

March 27, 1971 Colden Auditorium, New York, NY (supported by Trapeze)

March 28, 1971 George C. Marshall Auditorium, Falls Church, VA (supported by Rentha)

March 30, 1971 Philharmonic Hall, New York, NY (supported by Trapeze)

March 31, 1971 Attleborough Community Theater, Attleborough, MA (2 shows, supported by Jackie Lomax)

April 2-3, 1971 Eastown Theater, Detroit, MI

April 7, 1971 Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA (supported by Fanny and Jerry Riopelle)

April 9, 1971 San Diego Convention Hall, San Diego, CA (cancelled due to Dave Davies depression)

April 10, 1971 UCLA Pauley Pavilion, Los Angeles, CA (cancelled due to Dave Davies depression. Supported by Boz Scaggs)

April 16, 1971 Capital High School Gymnasium, Boise, ID (cancelled due to Dave Davies depression)

April 17, 1971 Omaha Music Hall, Omaha, NE (cancelled due to Dave Davies depression)

April 25, 1971 Dallas Memorial Coliseum, Dallas, TX (cancelled due to Dave Davies depression)

May 21, 1971 Top Rank Suite, Swansea, Wales (supported by Status Quo and Nine-Thirty Fly)

May 29, 1971 Festival Hall, Brisbane, AUS (supported by Ted Mulry & Hot Cottage)

May 31, 1971 Broadmeadow Basketball Stadium, Newcastle, AUS

June 1, 1971 Canberra Theatre, Canberra, AUS (2 shows, supported by Ted Mulry & Hot Cottage and Canyon)

June 2, 1971 Hobart, AUS (cancelled)

June 3, 1971 Festival Hall, Melbourne, AUS (supported by Ted Mulry & Hot Cottage and Chain)

June 4, 1971 Apollo Stadium, Adelaide, AUS (supported by Spectrum & Daddy Cool)

June 5, 1971 Beatty Park Aquatic Centre, Perth, AUS (supported by Ted Mulry & Hot Cottage, The Graduate, and Ssarb)

June 6, 1971 R.A.S. Showgrounds, Sydney, AUS (Open air festival show, supported by Daddy Cool, Ted Mulry & Hot Cottage, and Flake. The Police insist that their set finishes early, cutting it in half, due to the icy winter winds)

Post-tour:

August 20, 1971 Ruissalo, Turku, Finland (Ruisrock Festival, with Canned Heat, Culpeper's Orchard, Elonkorjuu, Faction, Fairport Convention, Flasket brinner, Fruit, Hardin & York, The Jeff Beck Group, Juicy Lucy, Karelia, Karma, Pete Brown & Piblokto!, The Pink Fairies, Stefan Grossman, Tasavallan Presidentti, The Tommie Mansfield Group, and Yellow)

November 12, 1971 Belfry Hotel, Wishaw, England

Fall 1971 US Tour:

November 19, 1971 Alumni Fieldhouse, Middletown, CT (supported by Manhattan Transfer and Fancy)

November 20, 1971 University of Hartford Gymnasium, Hartford, CT (supported by The Glass Harp)

November 21, 1971 Carnegie Hall, New York, NY (supported by The Glass Harp)

November 26, 1971 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supported by Edgar Winter's White Trash and Good God)

November 27, 1971 Ritz Theater, New York, NY (supported by The Allman Brothers Band and Yes)

November 28, 1971 Pritchard Gym at SUNY, Stony Brook, NY (Supported by Yes & Mahavishnu Orchestra)

November 29, 1971 Massey Hall, Toronto, ON (cancelled due to Ray Davies flu)

November 30, 1971 New York Coliseum, New York, NY

December 2, 1971 Dome Auditorium, Oyster Bay, NY (supported by Boomerang)

December 3, 1971 Shakespeare Festival Theater, Stratford, CT

December 4, 1971 LeMoyne Athletic Center, Syracuse, NY (supported by Juken Bone)

December 5, 1971 Bristol Gymnasium, Geneva, NY (supported by Snake Drive)

1972:

January 23, 1972 Kinetic Circus, Kenilworth, England

January 30-31, 1972 Rainbow Theater, London, England (supported by The Mike Cotton Sound)

February 4, 1972 Southampton Guildhall, Southampton, England

February 15, 1972 Owens Union, Manchester, England (Rag Ball, with Patto, Nazareth, Bell & Arc, Brett Marvin & The Thunderbolts, and Good Habit)

February 19, 1972 Central Hall, York, England (supported by Plainsong)

Muswell Hillbillies Tour:

(February 25-March 12, 1972)

February 25, 1972 Fort Homer W. Hesterly Armory, Tampa, FL (supported by Fairport Convention)

February 26, 1972 Speedway Sportatorium, Hollywood, FL (supported by Fairport Convention)

February 27, 1972 Berkeley Community Theater, Berkeley, CA (supported by Badfinger)

March 1, 1972 Kleinhans Music Hall, Buffalo, NY (supported by Lindisfarne and Fairport Convention)

March 2-3, 1972 Carnegie Hall, New York City, NY (supported by Lindisfarne and Fairport Convention)

March 4, 1972 Palace Theater, Providence, RI (cancelled due to promoter failing to get concert license)

March 5, 1972 Orpheum Theater, Boston, MA (supported by Lindisfarne and Fairport Convention)

March 9, 1972 Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles, CA (supported by Jo Jo Gunne, REO Speedwagon, and Michael Gately)

March 10, 1972 Cincinnati Music Hall, Cincinnati, OH (supported by Taj Mahal and Lindisfarne)

March 11, 1972 Emerson Gymnasium, Cleveland, OH (supported by Taj Mahal and Lindisfarne)

March 12, 1972 Auditorium Theater, Chicago, IL (supported by Lindisfarne)

April 14, 1972 Lancaster Polytechnic Student Union, Coventry, England (with Mike Cotton horn section, supported by Steve Peregrine)

April 15, 1972 Mayfair Suite, Wishaw, England

April 22, 1972 St. George's Hall, Bradford, England

April 23, 1972 Goldsmith's College Student's Union, London, England (supported by Spyrpgyra)

May 6, 1972 Bickershaw Festival Site, Wigan, England (Bickershaw Festival, with Brinsley Schwarz, Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band, Captain Beyond, Cheech & Chong, Chris McGregor's Brotherhood of Breath, Country Joe McDonald, Donovan, Dr. John, Family, The Flamin' Groovies, The Grateful Dead, Hawkwind, Jonathan Kelly, Linda Lewis, Maynard Ferguson, Mike Westbrook, The New Riders of the Purple Sage, Pacific Gas & Electric, Sam Apple Pie, Stackridge, The Incredible String Band, and Wishbone Ash)

May 9, 1972 Town Hall, Watford, ENG (supported by Jonathan Kelly)

May 20, 1972 North East London Polytechnic Student Union, London, England (supported by Fishbaugh Fishbaugh & Zorn)

May 22, 1972 Green Island, Germersheim, Germany (British Rock Meeting, with A.R. & Machines, Abacus, Amon Duul II, Atomic Rooster, Beggars Opera, Buddy Miles, Ekseption, Eloy, Family, Frumpy, Guru Guru, Humble Pie, Karthago, Linda Lewis, Lindisfarne, Max Merritt & The Meteors, Nazareth, Osibisa, Pacific Gas & Electric, Pink Floyd, Quiver, Rory Gallagher, Spencer Davis, Status Quo, The Strawbs, The Incredible String Band, Uriah Heep, and Wishbone Ash)

May 26, 1972 Maidstone College of Art, Maidstone, England

June 3, 1972 Newcastle City Hall, Newcastle, England (supported by The John Miles Set and Brass Alley)

June 9, 1972 Cambridge Corn Exchange, Cambridge, England (supported by Brinsley Schwarz)

June 15, 1972 BBC Television Centre, London, ENG UK TV "Top Of The Pops" performing "Supersonic Rocket Ship")

June 23, 1972 Civic Hall, Solihull, ENG (They leave the stage, then return but leave again to jeers from the crowd)

June 24, 1972 University of Technology, Loughborough, ENG (supported by Fishbaugh Fishbaugh & Zorn)

June 26, 1972 Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England (War on Want charity show, with Max Merritt and Steve Goodman)

June 30, 1972 Darupvej, Roskilde, Denmark (Roskilde Festival, with Alex Campbell, Alrune Rod, Amon Duul II, David Blue, The Delta Blues Band, Dr. Dopo Jam, Family, Gasolin', The Gnags, Hurdy Gurdy, The Midnight Sun, Musikpatruljen, Saft, Sha Na Na, and The Starfuckers)

July 7, 1972 Top Rank Suite, Doncaster, England (supported by Edwin Starr)

July 21, 1972 Rainbow Theater, London, England

August 3, 1972 Starkers Royal Ballroom, Bournemouth, England (supported by David Blue)

Everybody's In Show-Biz Tour:

August 18, 1972 Dillon Stadium, Hartford, CT (supporting The Beach Boys, with The Doors & Dr. John)

August 19, 1972 Roosevelt Stadium, Jersey City, NJ (supporting The Beach Boys, with Looking Glass)

August 20, 1972 Allentown Fairgrounds, Allentown, PA (supporting The Beach Boys, with Orleans)

August 21, 1972 Nassau Coliseum, Hempstead, NY (supporting The Beach Boys)

August 23, 1972 Wollman Skating Rink, New York, NY (Schaefer Music Festival, with Alex Taylor, Arlo Guthrie, B.B. King, Badfinger, Barry Manilow, Bette Midler, Bill Withers, Billy Joel, Billy Preston, Blood, Sweat, & Tears, Bobby Darin, Buddy Miles, Bull Angus, Canned Heat, Captain Beyond, Chi Coltrane, Chris Smither, Curtis Mayfield, David Blue, David Bromberg, Don McLean, Dr. John, Ella Fitzgerald, Flo & Eddie, Ginger Baker, The Goose Creek Symphony, Harry Chapin, Heads Hands & Feet, Herbie Mann, J.D. Souther, Jackie DeShannon, The James Cotton Blues Band, The James Gang, Jay & The Americans, Jose Feliciano, Judy Collins, Kindred, Leo Kottke, Lighthouse, Loggins & Messina, Looking Glass, The Mahavishnu Orchestra, Malo, Mandrill, Melanie, Merry Clayton, Nina Simone, Orleans, Orphan, Pamela Polland, Peggy Lee, Poco, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Richie Havens, Ruth Copeland, Savoy Brown, Seatrain, Sergio Mendes & Brasil '77, Sha Na Na, Slade, The Strawbs, Taj Mahal, The Association, The Blues Project, The Byrds, The Chambers Brothers, The Doors, The Edgar Winter Group, The Four Seasons, The J. Geils Band, The New York Rock & Roll Ensemble, and Tom Rush)

August 25, 1972 Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL (supported by Flash, Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show and Foghat)

August 26, 1972 Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA (supported by Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show)

August 29, 1972 Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA (supported by Taj Mahal)

September 1, 1972 Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh, PA (supported by Argent)

September 2, 1972 Wildwood Convention Center, Wildwood, NJ

September 4, 1972 Painter's Mill Music Fair, Baltimore, MD (supported by Michael Murphy)

September 29, 1972 Newcastle University, Newcastle, England (supported by Birtha)

October 4, 1972 Top Rank Suite, Cardiff, Wales (supported by Danta and Hookfoot)

October 5, 1972 Trent Polytechnic Gymnasium, Nottingham, England

October 7, 1972 Northampton County Ground, Northampton, England (supported by Birtha)

October 13, 1972 St. George's Hall, Bradford, England

October 14, 1972 Liverpool Stadium, Liverpool, England

October 16, 1972 Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England (supported by Blackfoot Sue)

October 18, 1972 Birmingham Town Hall, Birmingham, England (supported by Blackfoot Sue)

October 19, 1972 Oxford Polytechnic, Oxford, England

October 20, 1972 University of Leeds, Leeds, England (Rag Hop, with Mungo Jerry, Max Merritt, Paintbox, and Syncopated Codpiece)

October 21, 1972 Rainbow, London, ENG (supported by Suzi Quatro & Birtha)

October 27, 1972 Laurie Auditorium, San Antonio, TX (supported by Pure Prairie League and Steely Dan)

October 28, 1972 Houston Music Hall, Houston, TX (supported by Stoneground and Steely Dan)

October 29, 1972 Texas Hall, Arlington, TX (supported by Stoneground and Steely Dan)

October 31, 1972 Auditorium Theater, Chicago, IL (supported by Steely Dan)

November 1, 1972 Henry & Edsel Ford Auditorium, Detroit, MI (supported by Captain Beefheart)

November 3, 1972 Capitol Theater, Passaic, NJ (supported by Lindisfarne and Revival)

November 4, 1972 University of Virginia University Hall, Charlottesville, VA (supported by Lindisfarne)

November 5, 1972 Eisenhower Theater, Washington, DC (supported by Lindisfarne)

November 8, 1972 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supported by Loggins & Messina & Lindisfarne)

November 9, 1972 Harper College Men's Gymnasium, Vestal, NY (supported by Lindisfarne)

November 10, 1972 Henry Center, Washington, PA (supported by Lindisfarne)

November 11-12, 1972 Orpheum Theater, Boston, MA (2 shows on 11th, supported by Lindisfarne)

November 15-16, 1972 Felt Forum, New York, NY (supported by Mom's Apple Pie)

November 17-18, 1972 Palace Concert Theater, Providence, RI (supported by REO Speedwagon)

Post-tour:

December 1, 1972 Hatfield Polytechnic, Hatfield, England (supported by Silverhead)

December 2, 1972 Portsmouth Polytechnic, Portsmouth, England (supported by Holy Mackerel)

December 7, 1972 Heavy Steam Machine, Stoke, England (cancelled due to Ray Davies flu)

December 9, 1972 Imperial College, London, England (supported by Peter Barden's Camel)

December 15, 1972 Amsterdam Concert Hall, Amsterdam, Netherlands (supported by Sandy Coast)

1973:

January 14, 1973 Theater Royal Drury Lane, London, ENG (The Village Green Preservation Society, with The Pigsty Hill Light Orchestra)

1973 Tour:

(February 2-April 14, 1973)

February 2, 1973 Trentham Gardens, Stoke, England

February 9, 1973 Edinburgh University Student Center, Edinburgh, Scotland (supported by The Alex Harvey Band)

February 10, 1973 Strathclyde Union Assembly Hall, Glasgow, Scotland

February 16, 1973 University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, Wales (supported by Babe Ruth)

February 17, 1973 Liverpool Stadium, Liverpool, England (supported by Babe Ruth)

February 24, 1973 University of Kent, Canterbury, England (Kent Rock, with Babe Ruth and Mike Maran)

February 25, 1973 Southampton Guildhall, Southampton, England (supported by Nick Pickett)

February 26, 1973 Top Rank Suite, Reading, ENG (Reading Rag, supported by Babe Ruth, Glencoe & Betsy Cook)

March 2, 1973 University of Exeter, Exeter, England (Rag Ball, with Jon Hiseman's Tempest)

March 3, 1973 University of Essex, Colchester, England (supported by Babe Ruth)

March 9-10, 1973 Vligermolen Sports Hall, The Hague, Netherlands (cancelled due to recording commitments)

March 30, 1973 Rose Hill Gymnasium, New York, NY (supported by Aerosmith)

March 31, 1973 St. John's Alumni Hall, New York, NY (supported by Argent)

April 1, 1973 Boston Music Hall, Boston, MA (supported by Aerosmith)

April 2, 1973 SUNY New Paltz, New Paltz, NY (supported by Aerosmith)

April 4, 1973 Palace Concert Theater, Providence, RI (supported by Aerosmith)

April 5, 1973 Massey Hall, Toronto, ON (supported by Michaeljon)

April 6, 1973 Century Theater, Buffalo, NY (supported by Wet Willie)

April 7, 1973 State College Performing Arts Theater, Union, NJ (supported by Aerosmith)

April 8, 1973 Alumni Gymnasium, Lawrence, NJ (supported by Aerosmith)

April 11, 1973 Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles, CA (supported by Rory Gallagher)

April 13-14, 1973 Winterland Arena, San Francisco, CA (supported by Dan Hicks & His Hot Licks and Mason Proffit)

June 6, 1973 Town Hall, Birmingham, ENG (A last minute warm-up show for the Festival Hall show. With no publicity the show is only half full)

June 8, 1973 Royal Festival Hall, London, ENG (supported by Harvey Andrews and Graham Cooper)

July 15, 1973 White City Stadium, London, ENG (Great Western Express Festival, with Barclay James Harvest, Canned Heat, The JSD Band, Lindisfarne, Sly & The Family Stone, and The Edgar Winter Group)

July 30, 1973 Roseland Ballroom, New York, NY (cancelled due to Ray Davies "retirement")

July 31, 1973 Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD (cancelled due to Ray Davies "retirement")

September 20, 1973 De Montfort Hall, Leicester, England

September 21, 1973 Locarno Ballroom, Sunderland, England

September 22, 1973 Liverpool Stadium, Liverpool, England

September 23, 1973 Hippodrome, Birmingham, England (cancelled due to recording commitments)

September 26, 1973 The Palais, Manchester, England

September 28, 1973 De Doelen, Rotterdam, NED (supported by The Rob Hoeke Group)

September 29, 1973 Amsterdam Concert Hall, Amsterdam, Netherlands (supported by The Rob Hoeke Group)

October 3, 1973 Green's Playhouse, Glasgow, Scotland

October 4, 1973 City Hall, Newcastle, England (supported by Raw Spirit)

October 5, 1973 Old Belgium, Brussels, Belgium (cancelled)

October 7, 1973 Fairfield Hall, London, England (supported by Bloodstone)

October 12, 1973 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supported by The Mahavishu Orchestra)

Preservation Tour:

(February 26-May 18, 1974)

February 26, 1974 Birmingham Town Hall, Birmingham, England

March 1, 1974 Brunel University Sports Hall, London, England

March 2, 1974 The Refectory, Leeds, England (supported by Bill Haley & The Comets)

March 6, 1974 Central Hall, York, England (supported by March Hare)

March 7, 1974 University of Leicester, Leicester, England (supported by March Hare)

March 8, 1974 University of Hull, Hull, England (Union Ball, with March Hare and Snafu)

March 9, 1974 Union Assembly Hall, Glasgow, Scotland (supported by Bilbo Baggins)

March 15, 1974 Lancaster University, Lancaster, England (supported by Snafu)

March 16, 1974 University of Bristol, Bristol, England

March 22, 1974 University of Bath, Bath, England

March 23, 1974 Hastings Pier Ballroom, Hastings, ENG (supported by March Hare)

April 3, 1974 Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY (supported by Elliott Murphy)

April 4, 1974 Providence Civic Center, Providence, RI (supported by Henry Gross and Poco)

April 5, 1974 Palace Theater, Waterbury, CT (supported by Henry Gross)

April 6, 1974 Felt Forum, New York, NY (2 shows, supported by Henry Gross)

April 8, 1974 Riverside Theater, Milwaukee, WI

April 10, 1974 Boston Music Hall, Boston, MA (supported by Elliot Murphy)

April 11, 1974 Capitol Theater, Passaic, NJ (supported by Elliot Murphy)

April 12, 1974 The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supported by King Crimson and Frampton's Camel)

April 13, 1974 Syria Mosque Auditorium, Pittsburgh, PA

April 16, 1974 Auditorium Theater, Chicago, IL (supported by Henry Gross)

April 17, 1974 Mershon Auditorium, Columbus, OH (supported by Leo Sayer)

April 18, 1974 Albee Theater, Cincinnati, OH (supported by Henry Gross)

April 19, 1974 John Carroll University Gymnasium, University Heights, OH (supported by Henry Gross)

April 20, 1974 Century Theater, Buffalo, NY (supported by Henry Gross)

May 9, 1974 Celebrity Theater, Phoenix, AZ (supported by Kansas)

May 10, 1974 Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA (supported by Maggie Bell and Kansas)

May 11, 1974 Warnors Theater, Fresno, CA (supported by Lynyrd Skynyrd)

May 12, 1974 University of California Robertson Gym, Santa Barbara, CA (supported by Kansas)

May 14, 1974 Celebrity Theater, Phoenix, AZ

May 16, 1974 Golden Hall, San Diego, CA

May 17-18, 1974 Winterland Arena, San Francisco, CA (cancelled due to Ray Davies having bad back)

June 4, 1974 Rainbow Theater, London, England

June 6, 1974 BBC Broadcasting House, London, ENG (UK Radio "John Peel session" three sings recorded. Broadcast July 11th)

June 16, 1974 London Palladium, London, ENG (supported by The Butts Band)

July 14, 1974 Golders Green Hippodrome, London, England

September 7, 1974 La Courneuve Park, Paris, France (Fete de L'Humanite, with Leonard Cohen)

September 14, 1974 Wembley Stadium, London, England (cancelled)

September 16, 1974 Stockholm Concert Hall, Stockholm, Sweden (supported by Jan Svan and Stefan Lijeholm)

September 17, 1974 Gothenburg Concert House, Gothenburg, Sweden

September 20, 1974 Aarhus Students House, Aarhus, Denmark (supported by Side Show Blues)

September 21, 1974 Things Hall, Viborg, Denmark (supported by Liza)

September 23, 1974 Tivolis Koncertsal, Copenhagen, DEN (supported by Bobby Ball & The Starbox Band)

Preservation Act 2 Tour:

November 23, 1974 Cotterell Court, Hamilton, NY

November 24, 1974 Palace Theater, Albany, NY

November 25, 1974 Stanley Theater, Pittsburgh, PA

November 27-28, 1974 Felt Forum, New York, NY

November 29, 1974 Julia Sanderson Theater, Springfield, MA

November 30, 1974 Palace Concert Theater, Providence, RI

December 1, 1974 Boston Music Hall, Boston, MA

December 2, 1974 Kleinhans Music Hall, Buffalo, NY

December 4, 1974 SUNY Binghamton, Vestal, NY

December 5, 1974 Casino Arena, Asbury Park, NJ (cancelled)

December 8, 1974 Winterland Arena, San Francisco, CA (supported by Aerosmith and The Climax Blues Band)

December 10, 1974 Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA (2 shows)

December 12, 1974 Ambassador Theater, St. Louis, MO

December 13, 1974 Auditorium Theater, Chicago, IL

December 14, 1974 Cleveland Music Hall, Cleveland, OH

December 20-22, 1974 Royalty Theater, London, England

A Soap Opera Tour:

April 13, 1975 St. Paul Civic Center, St. Paul, MN

April 15, 1975 Akron Civic Theater, Akron, OH

April 16, 1975 Riverside Theater, Milwaukee, WI

April 18, 1975 Rutgers University Barn, New Brunswick, NJ

April 20, 1975 The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA

April 21, 1975 Capitol Theater, Passaic, NJ

April 23, 1975 Ritchie Coliseum, College Park, MD

April 24, 1975 Carmichael Auditorium, Chapel Hill, NC

April 25, 1975 William & Mary Hall, Williamsburg, VA

April 27, 1975 Galliard Municipal Auditorium, Charleston, SC

April 29, 1975 Dixon-Myers Hall, Memphis, TN (moved from Ellis Auditorium due to slow ticket sales)

April 30, 1975 Atlanta Municipal Auditorium, Atlanta, GA

May 2, 1975 Miami Municipal Auditorium, Miami, FL (cancelled due to local rioting)

May 3, 1975 Jai-Alai Center, West Palm Beach, FL

May 4, 1975 Bayfront Center, St. Petersburg, FL

May 7-9, 1975 Beacon Theatre, New York City, NY

May 10, 1975 Boston Music Hall, Boston, MA (cancelled)

May 11, 1975 Palace Concert Theater, Providence, RI (cancelled)

May 21, 1975 Usher Hall, Edinburgh, SCOT (First date on the 'A Soap Opera' UK tour)

May 22, 1975 Apollo Theater, Glasgow, Scotland

May 23, 1975 Unversity of Salford, Manchester, ENG

May 24, 1975 Burnel University, Uxbridge, ENG (supported by Cafe Society)

May 30, 1975 University of Leeds, Leeds, ENG

May 31, 1975 Empire Theatre, Liverpool, ENG

June 1, 1975 Newcastle City Hall, Newcastle, England

June 2, 1975 Hippodrome, Birmingham, ENG

June 3, 1975 Colston Hall, Bristol, ENG

June 14, 1975 New Victoria Theatre, London, ENG ('Soap Opera')

Schoolboys in Disgrace Tour:

November 21, 1975 Lower Grace Hall, Bethlehem, PA (supported by Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel)

November 22, 1975 Schwartz Athletic Fieldhouse, Chester, PA (supported by Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel)

November 23, 1975 Loew's Buffalo Theater, Buffalo, NY (supported by Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel)

November 25, 1975 Trenton War Memorial, Trenton, NJ (supported by Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel)

November 26, 1975 Capitol Theater, Passaic, NJ (supported by Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel)

November 28, 1975 Beacon Theater, New York, NY (supported by Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel)

December 2, 1975 Palace Theater, Albany, NY (supported by Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel)

December 3, 1975 SUNY Brockport, Sweden, NY (supported by Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel)

December 4-5, 1975 Orpheum Theater, Boston, MA (supported by Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel)

December 6, 1975 Palace Theater, Waterbury, CT (supported by Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel)

December 8, 1975 Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY (supported by Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel)

December 11, 1975 Cleveland Music Hall, Cleveland, OH (supported by Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel)

December 12, 1975 Michigan Palace, Detroit, MI (supported by Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel)

December 13, 1975 Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL (supported by Little Feat and Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel)

December 14, 1975 Oriental Theater, Milwaukee, WI (supported by Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel)

December 17, 1975 Kansas City Memorial Hall, Kansas City, KS (supported by Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel)

December 18, 1975 Ambassador Theater, St. Louis, MO (supported by Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel)

January 30, 1976 San Jose Auditorium, San Jose, CA (supported by The Pretty Things)

January 31, 1976 Berkeley Community Theater, Berkeley, CA (supported by The Pretty Things)

February 1, 1976 California University, Sacramento, CA (supported by The Pretty Things)

February 6, 1976 Paramount Theater, Seattle, WA (supported by The Pretty Things)

February 7, 1976 Paramount Theater, Portland, OR (supported by The Pretty Things)

February 9-10, 1976 Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA (supported by The Pretty Things)

February 11, 1976 San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA (supported by Horsefeathers)

February 13, 1976 Crawford Hall, Irvine, CA (supported by The Pretty Things)

February 14, 1976 Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino, CA (supported by The Pretty Things)

February 15, 1976 California State University, Los Angeles, CA (supported by The Pretty Things)

February 18, 1976 Austin Municipal Auditorium, Austin, TX (supported by The Pretty Things)

February 19, 1976 Houston Music Hall, Houston, TX (supported by The Pretty Things)

February 20, 1976 McAlister Auditorium, New Orleans, LA (supported by The Pretty Things)

February 27, 1976 University of Exeter, Exeter, England (supported by Splinter)

February 29, 1976 Drury Lane Royal Theater, London, England (supported by Splinter)

March 2, 1976 Palace Theater, Manchester, England (supported by Splinter)

March 5, 1976 Newcastle City Hall, Newcastle, England (supported by Splinter)

March 8, 1976 Colston Hall, Bristol, England (supported by Splinter)

March 9, 1976 Bournemouth Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, England (supported by Splinter)

March 10, 1976 Cardiff University, Cardiff, Wales (supported by Splinter)

March 26, 1976 Stockholm Concert Hall, Stockholm, Sweden

March 27, 1976 Olympen, Lund, Sweden

March 29, 1976 Tivoli Concert Hall, Copenhagen, Denmark

March 31, 1976 Congress Centrum, Hamburg, GER (John Dalton's kast gig with the Kinks)

June 5, 1976 Ninian Park, Cardiff, WAL (West Coast Rock Show) (cancelled)

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

Sleepwalker Tour:

(January 28-July 3, 1977)

January 28-29, 1977 Tower Theater, Upper Darby, PA (supported by Sutherland Brothers & Quiver)

January 31, 1977 Jorgensen Performing Arts Center, Mansfield, CT (supported by Jean-Luc Ponty)

February 1-2, 1977 Palladium, New York City, NY (supported by Sutherland Brothers & Quiver)

February 4, 1977 Capitol Theater, Passaic, NJ (supported by Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes)

February 5, 1977 Boston Music Hall, Boston, MA (2 shows, supported by Sutherland Brothers & Quiver and a mime act)

February 6, 1977 Leroy Concert Theater, Pawtucket, RI (supported by Sutherland Brothers & Quiver)

February 9, 1977 Shea Auditorium, Wayne, NJ (supported by Sutherland Brothers & Quiver)

February 11, 1977 John Carroll University, University Heights, OH (supported by Sutherland Brothers & Quiver)

February 12, 1977 Uptown Theater, Chicago, IL (supported by Sutherland Brothers & Quiver and Cheap Trick)

February 17-18, 1977 Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA (2 shows on 18th, supported by Sutherland Brothers & Quiver)

February 19, 1977 Winterland Arena, San Francisco, CA (supported by Sutherland Brothers & Quiver and Big Wha-Koo)

February 20, 1977 Stockton Civic Auditorium, Stockton, CA (supported by Sutherland Brothers & Quiver and Ambrosia)

February 23, 1977 Phillips Memorial Hall, West Chester, PA

March 24, 1977 Rainbow Theater, London, England (supported by Charlie)

April 5, 1977 Houston Music Hall, Houston, TX (supported by Cheap Trick)

April 6, 1977 Will Rogers Memorial Auditorium, Fort Worth, TX (supported by Cheap Trick)

April 7, 1977 Oklahoma City Music Hall, Oklahoma City, OK (supported by Cheap Trick)

April 9, 1977 Minneapolis Orchestra Hall, Minneapolis, MN (supported by Cheap Trick)

April 10, 1977 Kansas City Memorial Hall, Kansas City, KS (supported by Cheap Trick)

April 11, 1977 Hancher Auditorium, Iowa City, IA (supported by Cheap Trick)

April 12, 1977 Riverside Theater, Milwaukee, WI (supported by Cheap Trick)

April 15, 1977 Paramount Theater, Portland, OR (supported by The Hollywood Stars)

April 16, 1977 Paramount Theater, Seattle, WA (supported by The Hollywood Stars)

April 17, 1977 PNE Gardens Auditorium, Vancouver, BC (supported by The Hollywood Stars)

April 19, 1977 San Jose Performing Arts Center, San Jose, CA (supported by The Hollywood Stars)

April 21, 1977 San Diego Civic Theater, San Diego, CA (supported by The Hollywood Stars)

April 22, 1977 Arlington Theater, Santa Barbara, CA (supported by The Hollywood Stars)

April 24, 1977 Regis College Fieldhouse, Denver, CO (supported by Stallion)

April 28, 1977 Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI (supporting Heart, with Nite City)

April 29, 1977 Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, ON (supported by Elliott Murphy)

April 30, 1977 New Century Theater, Buffalo, NY (supported by Elliott Murphy)

May 2, 1977 Stanley Theater, Pittsburgh, PA (supported by Elliott Murphy)

May 3, 1977 D.A.R. Constitutional Hall, Washington D.C. (supported by Elliott Murphy)

May 4, 1977 Hofstra University Playhouse, Hempstead, NY (supported by Elliott Murphy)

May 6, 1977 Fox Theater, Atlanta, GA (supported by Elliott Murphy)

May 7, 1977 Jai-Alai Fronton, Miami, FL (supported by Pablo Cruise)

May 8, 1977 Curtis Hixon Convention Hall, Tampa, FL (supported by Pablo Cruise)

May 26-27, 1977 Circus Krone, Munich, GER (supported by Horslips)

May 30, 1977 Damen Sports Park, Geleen, Netherlands (Pinkpop Festival, with Golden Earring, Manfred Mann's Earth Band, Nils Lofgren, The Racing Cars, The Bothy Band, and Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers)

June 1, 1977 Pavillon de Paris, Paris, FRA (supported by Nils Lofgren and Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers)

June 19, 1977 Anaheim Stadium, Anaheim, CA (supporting Alice Cooper, with The Tubes, Nazareth, Flo & Eddie, and Sha Na Na)

June 23, 1977 Pine Knob Music Theater, Clarkston, MI

June 25, 1977 Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL (supported by Widow Maker and Pierce Arrow)

June 28, 1977 Astor Theater, Reading, PA (supported by Pierce Arrow)

June 29, 1977 Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD (supported by Pierce Arrow)

July 1, 1977 Mid-Hudson Civic Center, Poughkeepsie, NY (supported by Nils Lofgren and Pierce Arrow)

July 2, 1977 Cape Cod Coliseum, Yarmouth, MA (supported by Pierce Arrow)

July 3, 1977 Asbury Park Convention Hall, Asbury Park, NJ (supported by Pierce Arrow)

July 22, 1977 Rainbow Theater, London, England

Father Christmas Tour:

November 22, 1977 Kendall Hall, Trenton, NJ (supported by Artful Dodger)

November 23, 1977 Whitman Auditorium, New York, NY (supported by Artful Dodger)

November 25, 1977 Richfield Coliseum, Richfield, OH (supporting Hall & Oates)

November 26, 1977 Indianapolis Convention Center, Indianapolis, IN (supporting Hall & Oates)

November 28, 1977 Maple Leaf Gardens Concert Bowl, Toronto, ON (supported by Eric Carmen and Artful Dodger)

November 30, 1977 Montreal Forum, Montreal, QC (supported by Eric Carmen)

December 2-3, 1977 Leroy Theater, Pawtucket, RI (supported by Artful Dodger)

December 4, 1977 University of Lowell Memorial Auditorium, Lowell, MA (supported by Artful Dodger)

December 6, 1977 Westchester Premiere Theater, Greenburgh, NY (supported by Artful Dodger)

December 8, 1977 University of Rochester Palestra, Rochester, NY

December 10, 1977 Capital Center, Landover, MD (supporting Hall & Oates)

December 11, 1977 Richard Stockton State College Gymnasium, Galloway, NJ (supported by Network)

December 23-24, 1977 Rainbow Theater, London, England (23rd Christmas Party With the Kinks, with Splinter. 24th supported by Splinter)

1978:

May 19, 1978 The Roundhouse, London, England (supported by Stan Arnold)

Misfits Tour:

(May 25-October 30, 1978, Supported by Charlie from May 25-June 25)

May 25, 1978 Palace Theater, Waterbury, CT

May 26, 1978 Auditorium Theater, Rochester, NY

May 27, 1978 New Century Theater, Buffalo, NY

May 28, 1978 Landmark Theater, Syracuse, NY

May 30-31, 1978 Palace Theater, Cleveland, OH (31st cancelled)

June 1, 1978 Stanley Theater, Pittsburgh, PA

June 2, 1978 The Palladium, New York City, NY (2 shows)

June 3, 1978 Providence Civic Center, Providence, RI

June 4, 1978 Boston Music Hall, Boston, MA

June 6-7, 1978 Warner Theater, Washington, D.C (6th cancelled)

June 8-9, 1978 Tower Theater, Upper Darby, PA

June 10, 1978 Veterans Memorial Auditorium, Columbus, OH

June 11, 1978 Uptown Theater, Chicago, IL

June 12, 1978 Uihlein Hall, Milwaukee, WI (The band are introduced by Leonard Nimoy, who is in town with his one-man show)

June 13, 1978 State Theater, Minneapolis, MN (2 shows)

June 16, 1978 San Jose Performing Arts Center, San Jose, CA

June 17, 1978 Medford Armory, Medford, OR

June 18, 1978 Paramount Theater, Portland, OR

June 19, 1978 Paramount Northwest Theater, Seattle, WA

June 21, 1978 Berkeley Community Theater, Berkeley, CA

June 23-25, 1978 Universal Amphitheatre, Universal City, CA

July 16, 1978 Seattle Memorial Stadium, Seattle, WA (supporting The Beach Boys, with Randy Hansen and Jr. Cadillac)

July 19, 1978 SDSU Open Air Theater, San Diego, CA (supported by Blondie)

July 25, 1978 Kiel Opera House, St. Louis, MO (supported by Blondie)

July 27, 1978 Red Rocks Amphitheater, Denver, CO (supported by Cheap Trick)

July 28, 1978 Armadillo World Headquarters, Austin, TX (supported by Blondie)

July 29, 1978 Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX (supported by Blondie)

July 30, 1978 Houston Music Hall, Houston, TX (supported by Blondie)

August 1, 1978 Oklahoma City Music Hall, Oklahoma City, OK (supported by Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers)

August 3, 1978 The Warehouse, New Orleans, LA (supported by Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers)

August 5-6, 1978 Fox Theater, Atlanta, GA (supported by Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers and Blondie)

August 8, 1978 Springfield Civic Center, Springfield, MA (supported by The Cars)

August 9, 1978 Wollman Skating Rink, New York, NY (Dr. Pepper Summer Music Festival, with Al Di Meola, Arlo Guthrie, Asleep At the Wheel, The Atlanta Rhythm Section, Aztec Two-Step, Bill Conti, Brand X, Bridget St. John, Chicago, Chuck Mangione, Commander Cody, Dave Mason, David Bromberg, David Crosby & Stephen Stills, Dickey Betts & Great Southern, Dion, Eddie Money, Emmylou Harris, Frankie Valli, Harry Chapin, John McLaughlin, Kate Taylor, Kenny Loggins, Kenny Rankin, Laura Nyro, Lynn Kellogg, Meat Loaf, The Michael Stanley Band, Muddy Waters, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Odetta, Pablo Cruise, The Patti Smith Group, Pete Seeger, Peter, Paul, & Mary, Prism, Richie Furay, Richie Havens, Robert Klein, Robert Palmer, Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes, The Good Rats, The Persuasions, Tom Rush, U.K., and Utopia)

August 12, 1978 Dell, Bilzen, Belgium (Jazz-Bilzen, with Blondie, Cataract, Fairport Convention, Gruppo Sportivo, Herman Brood & His Wild Romance, James Brown, Japan, John McLaughlin, Larry Coryell, Lindisfarne, Little Bob Story, Lou Reed, Partner, Phillip Catherine, Raymond van het Groenewoud, The Boomtown Rats, The Jam, The Kids, The Pleasers, The Radio Stars, and Tyla Gang)

October 1, 1978 Hammersmith Odeon, London, England

October 10, 1978 Falkoner Theater, Copenhagen, Denmark (supported by Cafe Jacques)

October 11, 1978 Lund Olympen, Lund, Sweden (supported by Cafe Jacques and The Buddyboys)

October 12, 1978 New Castle, Oslo, Norway (supported by Cafe Jacques)

October 14, 1978 Stockholm Concert Hall, Stockholm, Sweden (supported by Cafe Jacques)

October 16, 1978 New World, Berlin, Germany (supported by Cafe Jacques)

October 17, 1978 Hamburg Music Hall, Hamburg, Germany (supported by Cafe Jacques)

October 18, 1978 Volkshaus, Zurich, Switzerland (supported by Cafe Jacques)

October 20, 1978 Linz Sport Hall, Linz, Austria (supported by Cafe Jacques)

October 21, 1978 Chamber Hall, Graz, Austria (supported by Cafe Jacques)

October 22, 1978 Old Hall, Vienna, Austria (supported by Cafe Jacques)

October 23, 1978 Stadthalle, Offenbach, Germany (supported by Cafe Jacques)

October 24, 1978 Stadthalle, Erlangen, Germany (supported by Cafe Jacques)

October 25, 1978 Circus Krone, Munich, GER (supported by Cafe Jacques)

October 27, 1978 Congress Hall, The Hague, Netherlands (supported by Cafe Jacques)

October 29, 1978 Sittard City Theater, Sittard, Netherlands (supported by Cafe Jacques)

October 30, 1978 Mogador Theater, Paris, France (supported by Cafe Jacques)

November 9-10, 1978 Perth Entertainment Center, Perth, Australia (cancelled due to recording commitments)

November 13, 1978 Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, Australia (cancelled due to recording commitments)

November 15, 1978 Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne, Australia (cancelled due to recording commitments)

November 18, 1978 Sydney Sports Ground, Sydney, Australia (cancelled due to recording commitments)

November 22, 1978 Western Springs Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand (cancelled due to recording commitments)

November 25, 1978 Queen Elizabeth II Park, Christchurch, New Zealand (cancelled due to recording commitments)

November 26, 1978 Lancaster Park, Christchurch, New Zealand (cancelled due to recording commitments)

December 8, 1978 Manchester Polytechnic Student Union, Manchester, England

December 9, 1978 University of Reading Student Union, Reading, England

December 11, 1978 University of Exeter, Exeter, England

December 13, 1978 Keele University Student Union, Newcastle, England

Low Budget Tour:

January 18, 1979 Oxford Polytechnic, Oxford, England (supported by The Stadium Dogs)

January 19, 1979 Sheffield City Polytechnic Phoenix Hall, Sheffield, ENG (supported by The Stadium Dogs)

January 20, 1979 Leicester Polytechnic Arena, Leicester, England (supported by The Stadium Dogs)

January 21, 1979 Empire Theater, Liverpool, England (supported by The Stadium Dogs)

January 22, 1979 City Hall, Newcastle, England (supported by The Stadium Dogs)

January 23, 1979 Odeon Cinema, Edinburgh, Scotland (supported by The Stadium Dogs)

January 24, 1979 Apollo Theater, Glasgow, Scotland (supported by The Stadium Dogs)

January 25, 1979 St. George's Hall, Bradford, England (supported by The Stadium Dogs)

January 26, 1979 Manchester Apollo, Manchester, England (supported by The Stadium Dogs)

January 27, 1979 Birmingham Odeon, Birmingham, England

January 29, 1979 Student Union Dance Hall, Colchester, England

January 30, 1979 Colston Hall, Bristol, England

January 31, 1979 Kingdom Room, London, England

February 1, 1979 Brighton Dome, Brighton, England

February 2-3, 1979 City Hall, St. Albans, England

February 16, 1979 Haas Arts Center, Bloomsburg, PA (supported by TKO)

February 17, 1979 Eisenhower Auditorium, State College, PA (supported by TKO)

February 18, 1979 SUNY Binghamton Men's Gymnasium, Vestal, NY (supported by TKO)

February 21, 1979 Fine Arts Center Concert Hall, Amherst, MA (supported by TKO)

February 22, 1979 Palace Theater, Albany, NY (supported by TKO)

February 23, 1979 Bailey Hall, Ithaca, NY (supported by TKO)

February 24, 1979 Laker Hall Gymnasium, Oswego, NY (supported by TKO)

February 25, 1979 SUCO Gymnasium, Oneonta, NY (supported by TKO, who cancelled)

February 27, 1979 Landmark Theater, Syracuse, NY (supported by TKO)

February 28, 1979 Alumni Gymnasium, Kirkland, NY (supported by TKO)

March 1, 1979 Wilkins Performing Arts Theater, Union, NJ (supported by TKO)

March 2, 1979 Harrington Auditorium, Worcester, MA (Winter Weekend '79, with TKO)

March 3, 1979 College Avenue Barn, New Brunswick, NJ (supported by TKO)

March 4, 1979 Fairleigh Dickinson University Gymnasium, Rutherford, NJ (supported by TKO)

March 6, 1979 Memorial Auditorium, Lowell, MA (supported by TKO)

March 7, 1979 Phillips Memorial Auditorium, Chester, PA (supported by TKO)

March 9, 1979 SUNY Fredonia, Fredonia, NY (supported by TKO)

March 10, 1979 Kuhl Gymnasium, Geneseo, NY (supported by TKO)

March 11, 1979 Bergen Community College Gymnasium, Paramus, NJ (supported by TKO)

July 11-12, 1979 Palladium, Dallas, TX (supported by Herman Brood & His Wild Romance)

July 13, 1979 Manor Downs, Austin, TX (supported by Herman Brood & His Wild Romance)

July 14, 1979 Music Hall, Houston, TX (supported by Herman Brood & His Wild Romance)

July 15, 1979 Municipal Auditorium, New Orleans, LA (supported by Herman Brood & His Wild Romance)

July 17, 1979 BJCC Concert Hall, Birmingham, AL (supported by Herman Brood & His Wild Romance)

July 19, 1979 War Memorial Auditorium, Nashville, TN (supported by Herman Brood & His Wild Romance)

July 20-21, 1979 Fox Theater, Atlanta, GA (supported by Herman Brood & His Wild Romance)

July 24-25, 1979 Convention Hall, Asbury Park, NJ (supported by Herman Brood & His Wild Romance)

July 27, 1979 Nassau Coliseum, Hempstead, NY (supported by The Hunter Ronson Band)

July 28, 1979 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supported by The Hunter Ronson Band & Shooting Star)

July 29, 1979 New Haven Coliseum, New Haven, CT (supported by The Hunter Ronson Band)

July 31, 1979 Mid-Hudson Civic Center, Poughkeepsie, NY (supported by The Hunter Ronson Band)

August 2, 1979 Civic Center, Glens Falls, NY (supported by The Hunter Ronson Band)

August 3, 1979 Cumberland County Civic Center, Portland, ME (supported by The Hunter Ronson Band)

August 4, 1979 Cape Cod Coliseum, Yarmouth, MA (supported by Herman Brood & His Wild Romance)

August 5, 1979 Stockbridge Music Inn, Stockbridge, MA (supported by The Ian Hunter Band)

August 7, 1979 Kleinhans Music Hall, Buffalo, NY (supported by The Ian Hunter Band)

August 9, 1979 Cleveland Music Hall, Cleveland, OH (supported by Herman Brood & His Wild Romance)

August 10, 1979 Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI (supported by The Ian Hunter Band)

August 11, 1979 Uptown Theatre, Chicago, IL (supported by Herman Brood & His Wild Romance)

August 12, 1979 MECCA Arena, Milwaukee, WI (supported by Herman Brood & His Wild Romance)

August 16-19, 1979 Universal Amphitheater, Universal City, CA (supported by Herman Brood & His Wild Romance)

August 29, 1979 Paramount Theater, Seattle, WA (supported by The Heaters)

August 30, 1979 Paramount Theater, Portland, OR (supported by Herman Brood & His Wild Romance)

September 1, 1979 San Francisco Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (supported by Herman Brood & His Wild Romance)

September 2, 1979 Santa Barbara Bowl, Santa Barbara, CA (supported by Herman Brood & His Wild Romance)

September 3, 1979 SDSU Open Air Theater, San Diego, CA (supported by Herman Brood & His Wild Romance)

September 7, 1979 TCC Music Hall, Tucson, AZ (supported by Herman Brood & His Wild Romance)

September 8, 1979 University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM

September 9, 1979 Red Rocks Amphitheater, Denver, CO (supported by Moon Martin)

September 11, 1979 McFarlin Auditorium, Dallas, TX (supported by Bugs Henderson)

September 12, 1979 Brady Theater, Tulsa, OK

September 14, 1979 Kansas City Memorial Hall, Kansas City, KS (supported by John Cougar Mellencamp)

September 15, 1979 Northrop Auditorium, Minneapolis, MN (supported by John Cougar Mellencamp)

September 16, 1979 Dane County Coliseum, Madison, WI (supported by John Cougar Mellencamp)

September 19, 1979 Cincinnati Music Hall, Cincinnati, OH (supported by John Cougar Mellencamp)

September 22, 1979 Esbjornson Gymnasium, Glassboro, NJ (supported by John Cougar Mellencamp)

September 23, 1979 Providence Civic Center, Providence, RI (supported by John Cougar Mellencamp)

October 20, 1979 Tivoli Concert Hall, Copenhagen, Denmark

October 21, 1979 The Old Castle, Oslo, Norway (supported by Jan Krosby)

October 22, 1979 Gothenburg Concert Hall, Gothenburg, Sweden (supported by local troubador)

October 23, 1979 Stockholm Concert Hall, Stockholm, Sweden

October 25, 1979 Audimax, Hamburg, GER (supported by Kanyon)

October 26, 1979 Westfallenhalle, Dortmund, Germany (supported by Kanyon)

October 27, 1979 New World, Berlin, Germany (supported by Kanyon)

October 29, 1979 Stadthalle, Bremen, Germany (supported by Kanyon)

October 30, 1979 Niedersachsenhalle, Hanover, Germany (supported by Kanyon)

October 31, 1979 Century Hall, Frankfurt, Germany (supported by Kanyon)

November 2, 1979 Circus Krone, Munich, GER (supported by Kanyon)

November 3, 1979 Crailsheim Sport Hall, Crailsheim, Germany (supported by Kanyon)

November 4, 1979 Phillips Hall, Dusseldorf, Germany (supported by Kanyon)

November 5, 1979 Rosengarten, Mannheim, GER (supported by Kanyon)

November 7, 1979 Vienna Concert House, Vienna, Austria

November 8, 1979 Klagenfurt, Austria

November 9, 1979 Chamber Hall, Graz, Austria

November 11, 1979 Volkshaus, Zurich, Switzerland (supported by Chicken Fisher & John Brack)

November 13, 1979 Stadthalle, Offenbach, Germany (supported by Kanyon)

November 15, 1979 Amsterdam Concert Hall, Amsterdam, Netherlands (supported by Michael Robinson)

November 16, 1979 Vredenburg Music Center, Utrecht, Netherlands (supported by Michael Robinson)

November 17, 1979 Vorst Nationaal, Brussels, BEL

November 19, 1979 Paris Pavilion, Paris, France (supported by Edith Nylon)

1980:

February 21, 1980 Monroe County Dome Arena, Rochester, NY (supported by Steve Forbert)

February 22, 1980 Heiges Fieldhouse, Shippensburg, PA

February 23, 1980 St. John's Alumni Hall, New York, NY (supported by Falcon Eddy)

February 24, 1980 Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ (cancelled due to Ray Davies illness)

February 26, 1980 Muhlenburg Memorial Hall, Allentown, PA (supported by The Brains)

February 27, 1980 College Avenue Gymnasium, New Brunswick, NJ (supported by The Brains)

February 29, 1980 Westchester Premiere Theater, Greenburgh, NY (supported by The Brains)

March 1, 1980 Morristown County College Gymnasium, Morristown, NJ (supported by The Brains)

March 2, 1980 Bailey Hall, Ithaca, NY (supported by The Brains)

March 4, 1980 Landmark Theater, Syracuse, NY (supported by The Brains)

March 6, 1980 Fine Arts Center Concert Hall, Amherst, MA (supported by The Brains)

March 7, 1980 Southeastern Massachusetts University Gymnasium, Dartmouth, MA (supported by The Brains)

March 8, 1980 Eisenhower Hall Theater, Highlands, NY (supported by The Brains)

March 9, 1980 Palace Theater, Albany, NY (supported by The Brains)

July 4, 1980 Vierzon, France (cancelled due to cancellation of festival)

July 5, 1980 Achiel Eckloo Rock Meadow, Torhout, Belgium (Rock Torhout, with Fischer-Z, Joe Lemaire+Flouze, Kevin Ayers, Mink DeVille, Steel Pulse, and The Specials)

July 6, 1980 Werchter Festival Park, Rotselaar, Belgium (Rock Werchter, with Fischer-Z, Joe Lemaire+Flouze, Kevin Ayers, Mink DeVille, The Blues Band, and The Specials)

August 6, 1980 Maxwell Hall, Aylesbury, England (supported by The Step)

August 7, 1980 Lyceum Theater, London, England (supported by The Step)

One For the Road Tour:

(August 22-December 19, 1980)

August 22-23, 1980 Sunrise Musical Theater, Sunrise, FL (supported by LeRoux)

August 24, 1980 Curtis Hixon Convention Hall, Tampa, FL

August 26, 1980 Jacksonville Memorial Coliseum, Jacksonville, FL

August 29, 1980 Tennessee Theater, Nashville, TN

August 30, 1980 Orpheum Theater, Memphis, TN

September 2, 1980 MECCA Arena, Milwaukee, WI

September 5, 1980 Elliott Hall of Music, Lafayette, IN (supported by John Cougar Mellencamp & The Zone)

September 6, 1980 Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI (supported by John Cougar Mellencamp & The Zone)

September 9, 1980 University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH (supported by John Cougar Mellencamp & The Zone)

September 10, 1980 Louisville Gardens, Louisville, KY (supported by John Cougar Mellencamp & The Zone)

September 12, 1980 Stanley Theater, Pittsburgh, PA (supported by John Cougar Mellencamp & The Zone)

September 13, 1980 Richfield Coliseum, Richfield, OH (supported by John Cougar Mellencamp & The Zone)

September 14, 1980 Indiana Convention Center, Indianapolis, IN (supported by John Cougar Mellencamp & The Zone)

September 16, 1980 Minneapolis Auditorium, Minneapolis, MN (supported by Robert Palmer)

September 17-18, 1980 Uptown Theater, Chicago, IL (supported by Angel City)

September 19, 1980 Kansas City Memorial Hall, Kansas City, KS (supported by John Cougar Mellencamp & The Zone)

September 20, 1980 Kiel Opera House, St. Louis, MO (supported by John Cougar Mellencamp & The Zone)

September 22, 1980 Champaign Assembly Hall, Champaign, IL

September 24, 1980 Riverside Centroplex Performing Arts Theater, Baton Rouge, LA (supported by LeRoux and The Shieks)

September 25, 1980 Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX (supported by LeRoux)

September 26, 1980 Austin Municipal Auditorium, Austin, TX (supported by LeRoux)

September 27, 1980 Dallas Convention Center, Dallas, TX (supported by LeRoux)

September 30, 1980 CU Events Center, Boulder, CO (supported by Angel City)

October 3, 1980 Seattle Center Arena, Seattle, WA (supported by Angel City)

October 4, 1980 Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, BC (supported by Angel City)

October 5, 1980 Portland Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR (supported by Angel City)

October 7-8, 1980 Oakland-Alameda County Arena, Oakland, CA (supported by Angel City)

October 10, 1980 Inglewood Forum, Inglewood, CA (supported by Angel City)

October 11, 1980 San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego, CA (supported by Angel City)

October 17, 1980 War Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo, NY (supported by Dear Daddy)

October 18, 1980 Providence Civic Center, Providence, RI (supported by Robin Lane & The Chartbusters)

October 20-22, 1980 Fox Theater, Atlanta, GA (22nd cancelled. Supported by John Cougar Mellencamp & The Zone)

October 24, 1980 The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supported by The John Cougar Mellencamp Band)

October 25, 1980 Cape Cod Coliseum, Yarmouth, MA (supported by The John Cougar Mellencamp Band)

October 26, 1980 Nassau Coliseum, Hempstead, NY (supported by The John Cougar Mellencamp Band)

October 27, 1980 The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supported by The A's)

October 28, 1980 Capitol Theater, Passaic, NJ (cancelled)

October 30, 1980 New Haven Coliseum, New Haven, CT (cancelled)

November 18, 1980 The Association, Nijmegen, Netherlands (supported by Nine Below Zero)

November 19, 1980 Vredenburg Music Center, Utrecht, Netherlands (supported by Nine Below Zero)

November 20, 1980 De Doelen, Rotterdam, Netherlands (supported by Nine Below Zero)

November 22, 1980 Frederich Ebert Hall, Ludwigshafen, Germany (supported by Nine Below Zero)

November 24, 1980 Deutsches Museum, Munich, GER (supported by Nine Below Zero)

November 25, 1980 Hemmerlein Hall, Forcheim, Germany (supported by Nine Below Zero)

November 26, 1980 Stadthalle, Kassel, Germany (supported by Nine Below Zero)

November 27, 1980 New World, Berlin, Germany (supported by Nine Below Zero)

November 28, 1980 Stadthalle, Hanover, Germany (supported by Nine Below Zero)

November 30, 1980 Phillips Hall, Dusseldorf, Germany (supported by Nine Below Zero)

December 1, 1980 Forest National, Brussels, Belgium (supported by Nine Below Zero)

December 2, 1980 Stadthalle, Offenbach, GER (supported by Nine Below Zero)

December 3, 1980 Congress House, Zurich, Switzlerland (supported by Nine Below Zero)

December 5, 1980 Aix-en-Provence Municipal Theater, Aix-en-Provence, France (cancelled)

December 6, 1980 Green Theater, Nice, France (supported by Nine Below Zero)

December 7, 1980 Winter Palace, Lyon, France (supported by Nine Below Zero)

December 8, 1980 Baltard Pavilion, Paris, France (supported by Nine Below Zero)

December 12, 1980 Gaumont Cinema, Southampton, England (supported by Gas)

December 13, 1980 Brighton Dome, Brighton, England (supported by Gas)

December 14, 1980 Apollo Victoria, London, England (supported by Gas)

December 15, 1980 Queensway Hall, Dunstable, England (supported by Gas)

December 17, 1980 Manchester Apollo, Manchester, England (supported by Gas)

December 18, 1980 Birmingham Odeon, Birmingham, England (supported by Gas)

December 19, 1980 Rock City, Nottingham, England (supported by Gas)

December 29, 1980 Capital Center, Landover, MD (supported by Alvin Lee)

December 31, 1980 The Palladium, New York, NY (New Year's Eve With the Kinks)

1981:

April 29, 1981 Ulster Hall, Belfast, NI (supported by The AK Band)

April 30-May 1, 1981 National Stadium, Dublin, IRE (supported by The AK Band)

May 3, 1981 Poole Arts Center, Poole, England (supported by The AK Band)

May 4, 1981 Cornwall Coliseum, St. Austell, England (supported by The AK Band)

May 5, 1981 Oxford New Theater, Oxford, England (supported by The AK Band)

May 6, 1981 De Montfort Hall, Leicester, England (supported by The AK Band)

May 8, 1981 Victoria Hall, Stoke, England (supported by The AK Band)

May 9, 1981 Newcastle City Hall, Newcastle, England (supported by The AK Band)

May 10, 1981 Manchester Apollo, Manchester, England (supported by The AK Band)

May 12, 1981 Empire Theater, Liverpool, England (supported by The AK Band)

May 14, 1981 Apollo Theater, Glasgow, Scotland (supported by The AK Band)

May 15, 1981 St. George's Hall, Bradford, England (supported by The AK Band)

May 28, 1981 Zandkuil Open Air Theater, Lochem, Netherlands (Lochem Festival, with Joe Ely, Mother's Finest, Nine Below Zero, S.S.S.T., Slade, and The Stray Cats)

Give the People What They Want Tour:

(supported by Red Rider from September 3-October 16, unless noted)

June 25, 1981 Gaumont Cinema, Ipswich, ENG (supported by Jody Street)

June 26, 1981 Rainbow, London, ENG

June 27, 1981 Colston Hall, Bristol, ENG (supported by Jody Street)

June 28, 1981 Coventry Theatre, Coventry, ENG (supported by Jody Street)

August 5, 1981 Saenger Performing Arts Theater, New Orleans, LA (supported by Bill Wray)

August 6, 1981 Frank Erwin Center, Austin, TX (supported by Bill Wray)

August 7, 1981 The Summit, Houston, TX (supported by The Joe Perry Project)

August 8, 1981 Dallas Convention Center, Dallas, TX (supported by Lightning)

August 11, 1981 Albuquerque Civic Auditorium, Albuquerque, NM (supported by The Kamakazi Klones)

August 12, 1981 Arizona Memorial Coliseum, Phoenix, AZ (supported by The Ramones)

August 14, 1981 Inglewood Forum, Inglewood, CA (supported by Joe Ely)

August 15, 1981 San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego, CA (supported by Joe Ely)

August 16, 1981 Santa Barbara Bowl, Santa Barbara, CA (supported by Joe Ely)

August 18-19, 1981 Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles, CA (supported by Joe Ely)

August 21-23, 1981 William Randolph Hearst Greek Theater, Berkeley, CA (supported by Joe Ely)

August 30, 1981 Little John's Farm, Reading, England (Reading Festival, with .38 Special, 1990, Afraid of Mice, Andy Allen, Atomic Rooster, Billy Squier, Budgie, The Desperados, Gillan, Girlschool, Greg Lake, Jackie Lynton, The Lightning Raiders, Lionheart, Long Tall Shorty, Nightwing, Nine Below Zero, The Parachutes, Rose Tattoo, Saga, Samson, Steve Hackett, The Enid, The Sensational Alex Harvey Band, The Thompson Twins, Trust, Twelfth Night, Telephone, Vardis, and Wishbone Ash)

September 3, 1981 Portland Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR

September 4, 1981 Seattle Center Arena, Seattle, WA

September 5, 1981 Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, BC

September 7, 1981 Northlands Coliseum, Edmonton, AB

September 9, 1981 McNichols Sports Arena, Denver, CO (supported by The Pretenders)

September 11, 1981 Kansas City Municipal Auditorium, Kansas City, MO

September 12, 1981 C.Y. Stephens Auditorium, Ames, IA

September 13, 1981 Metropolitan Sports Center, Bloomington, MN

September 15, 1981 Rosemont Horizon, Rosemont, IL

September 16, 1981 Pine Knob Music Theater, Clarkston, MI

September 17, 1981 Wings Stadium, Kalamazoo, MI

September 19, 1981 Millet Hall, Oxford, OH

September 20, 1981 Cleveland Public Auditorium, Cleveland, OH

September 21, 1981 Veterans Memorial Auditorium, Columbus, OH (supported by John Cougar Mellencamp & The Zone)

September 24, 1981 Buffalo Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo, NY (supported by Talas)

September 25, 1981 Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, ON

September 26, 1981 Montreal Forum, Montreal, QC

September 29, 1981 Boston Garden, Boston, MA

September 30, 1981 Providence Civic Center, Providence, RI

October 1, 1981 Nassau Coliseum, Hempstead, NY

October 3, 1981 Madison Square Garden, New York, NY

October 4 & 6, 1981 The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA

October 8, 1981 Atlanta Civic Center, Atlanta, GA

October 13-14, 1981 Sunrise Musical Theater, Sunrise, FL (supported by Danny Joe Brown)

October 16, 1981 Lakeland Civic Center, Lakeland, FL (supported by Molly Hatchet)

November 19, 1981 Ulster Hall, Belfast, Northern Ireland

November 20-21, 1981 RDS Simmonscourt, Dublin, Ireland

December 1, 1981 Congress Centrum, Hamburg, Germany (cancelled due to Dave Davies depression)

December 2, 1981 New World, Berlin, Germany (cancelled due to Dave Davies depression)

December 3, 1981 Cologne Sport Hall, Cologne, Germany (cancelled due to Dave Davies depression)

December 4, 1981 Phillips Hall, Dusseldorf, Germany (cancelled due to Dave Davies depression)

December 6, 1981 Lieder Hall, Stuttgart, Germany (cancelled due to Dave Davies depression)

December 7, 1981 German Museum, Munich, Germany (cancelled due to Dave Davies depression)

December 9, 1981 Mannheim Rose Garden, Mannheim, Germany (cancelled due to Dave Davies depression)

December 10, 1981 Century Hall, Frankfurt, Germany (cancelled due to Dave Davies depression)

January 8, 1982 Onondaga War Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse, NY (supported by Bryan Adams)

January 9, 1982 Westchester Premiere Theater, Greenburgh, NY (supported by Bryam Adams)

January 10, 1982 Brendan Byrne Arena, East Rutherford, NJ (supported by Bryan Adams)

January 12, 1982 Stabler Arena, Bethlehem, PA (supported by Bryan Adams)

January 13, 1982 Hampton Coliseum, Hampton, VA (supported by Bryan Adams)

January 14, 1982 Capital Center, Landover, MD (supported by Bryan Adams)

January 17, 1982 Charlotte Coliseum, Charlotte, NC (supported by The George Hatcher Band)

January 19, 1982 Stanley Theater, Pittsburgh, PA (supported by Bryan Adams)

January 21, 1982 New Haven Coliseum, New Haven, CT (supported by Bryan Adams)

January 22, 1982 SUNY Plattsburgh Fieldhouse, Plattsburgh, NY (supported by Bryan Adams)

January 23, 1982 Proctor's Theater, Schenectady, NY (supported by Bryan Adams)

January 24, 1982 Springfield Civic Center, Springfield, MA (supported by Bryan Adams)

January 25, 1982 Brendan Byrne Arena, East Rutherford, NJ (cancelled)

February 2-3, 1982 Capitol Theater, Sydney, Australia (supported by The Boys)

February 5, 1982 Brisbane Festival Hall, Brisbane, Australia (supported by The Boys)

February 7, 1982 Melbourne Festival Hall, Melbourne, Australia (supported by The Boys)

February 9-10, 1982 Thebarton Theater, Adelaide, Australia (supported by The Boys)

February 14, 1982 Perth Entertainment Center, Perth, Australia (supported by The Boys)

February 17, 1982 Melbourne Festival Hall, Melbourne, Australia (supported by The Sherbs)

February 19, 1982 Hordern Pavilion, Sydney, Australia (supported by The Sherbs)

February 24, 1982 Mainichi Hall, Osaka, Japan

February 25-27, 1982 Nippon Seinenkan, Tokyo, Japan

Post-tour:

June 14, 1982 Dixon-Meyers Auditorium Music Hall, Memphis, TN (supported by Deborah DeJean)

June 15, 1982 Palace Theatre, Louisville, KY (supported by The Producers. As Ray leaves the stage, he gestures to the crew that Dave is nuts)

June 16, 1982 Civic Coliseum, Knoxville, TN

June 19, 1982 John F. Kennedy Stadium, Philadelphia, PA (Roundup 1982, with Foreigner, Huey Lewis & The News, Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, and Loverboy. Ray brought Chrissie Hynde on stage, angering Dave. Chrissie had travelled to be with Ray on the 18th, following the death of Pretenders guitarist James Honeyman-Scott on June 14th)

August 30, 1982 Saenger Performing Arts Center, New Orleans, LA (supported by The Sheiks)

August 31, 1982 Austin City Coliseum, Austin, TX (supported by The Lords of the New Church)

September 4, 1982 Glen Helen Regional Park, San Bernardino, CA (US Festival, with Dave Edmunds, Eddie Money, Fleetwood Mac, Gang of Four, The Grateful Dead, Jackson Browne, Jerry Jeff Walker, Jimmy Buffett, Joe Sharino, Oingo Boingo, Pat Benatar, The Ramones, Santana, Talking Heads, The Beat, The B-52s, The Cars, The Police, and Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers)

Come Dancing Tour:

December 2, 1982 Edinburgh Playhouse, Edinburgh, Scotland (supported by The Idle Flowers)

December 3, 1982 Manchester Apollo, Manchester, England (supported by The Idle Flowers)

December 5, 1982 Royal Court Theater, Liverpool, England (supported by The Idle Flowers)

December 6, 1982 Middlesbrough Town Hall, Middlesbrough, England (supported by The Idle Flowers)

December 7, 1982 Birmingham Odeon, Birmingham, England (supported by The Idle Flowers)

December 10, 1982 Maxwell Hall, Aylesbury, England (supported by The Truth)

December 11, 1982 Gaumont Cinema, Ipswich, England (supported by The Truth)

December 12, 1982 The LCR, Norwich, England (supported by The Truth)

December 14, 1982 Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham, England (supported by The Truth)

December 15, 1982 Victoria Hall, Stoke, England (supported by The Truth)

December 16, 1982 Caesar's, Bradford, England (supported by The Truth)

December 17, 1982 Lyceum Ballroom, Sheffield, England (supported by The Truth)

December 19, 1982 Bournemouth Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, England (supported by The Truth)

December 20, 1982 Guildford Civic Hall, Guildford, England (supported by The Truth)

December 21, 1982 Dome Arena, Brighton, England (supported by The Truth)

December 22, 1982 Strand Lyceum Ballroom, London, England (supported by The Idle Flowers)

State of Confusion Tour

April 8, 1983 Cincinnati Gardens, Cincinnati, OH (supported by The Rockets)

April 9, 1983 UIC Pavilion, Chicago, IL (supported by The Shoes)

April 10, 1983 Northern Illinois University Evans Field House, DeKalb, IL

April 12, 1983 Dane County Memorial Coliseum, Madison, WI (supported by The Rockets)

April 13, 1983 MECCA-Milwaukee Auditorium, Milwaukee, WI

April 14, 1983 Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI (supported by Jon Butcher Axis)

April 16, 1983 Met Center, Bloomington, MN

April 17, 1983 Pershing Center, Lincoln, NE (supported by Daryl Hall & John Oates)

April 22, 1983 Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, BC

April 23, 1983 Seattle Center Coliseum, Seattle, WA (supported by The Original Kingsmen)

April 26, 1983 Cow Palace, Daly City, CA (supported by Scandal)

May 4, 1983 Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, NV (supported by Scandal)

May 6, 1983 Inglewood Forum, Inglewood, CA (supported by Scandal)

May 7, 1983 Irvine Meadows Amphitheater, Irvine, CA (supported by Scandal)

May 9, 1983 Arizona Memorial Coliseum, Phoenix, AZ (supported by Scandal)

May 10, 1983 Tingley Coliseum, Albuquerque, NM (supported by Scandal)

May 12, 1983 University of Texas, Austin, TX (supported by Scandal)

May 13, 1983 The Summit, Houston, TX (supported by Scandal)

May 14, 1983 Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX (supported by Scandal)

May 15, 1983 Starlight Theater, Kansas City, MO

May 17, 1983 Grand Ole Opry House, Nashville, TN

May 18, 1983 Rupp Arena, Lexington, KY

May 20, 1983 Stabler Arena, Bethlehem, PA (supported by INXS)

May 21, 1983 The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supported by Kix)

May 22, 1983 War Memorial Auditorium, Rochester, NY (supported by Backseat Sally)

May 24, 1983 Montreal Forum, Montreal, QC (supported by Sheriff)

May 25, 1983 Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, ON (supported by INXS)

May 27, 1983 Brendan Byrne Arena, East Rutherford, NJ (supported by Sheriff)

May 28, 1983 Glens Falls Civic Center, Glens Falls, NY (supported by The Red Rockers)

May 29, 1983 Providence Civic Center, Providence, RI (supported by Robert Ellis Orall)

May 31, 1983 Madison Square Garden, New York, NY (cancelled)

June 1, 1983 Capitol Centre, Landover, MD (supported by The Grag Kihn Band)

June 3, 1983 War Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo, NY (supported by Sheriff)

June 4, 1983 Richfield Coliseum, Richfield, OH (supported by Sheriff)

June 5, 1983 Onondaga Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse, NY (supported by Sheriff)

June 6, 1983 Veterans Memorial Coliseum, New Haven, CT (supported by Sheriff)

June 8, 1983 Nassau Coliseum, Hempstead, NY (supported by Sheriff)

June 9, 1983 Cumberland County Civic Center, Portland, ME (supported by Robert Ellis Orall)

June 10-11, 1983 The Centrum, Worcester, MA (supported by Robert Ellis Orall)

December 28, 1983 Springfield Civic Center, Springfield, MA (supported by Cyndi Lauper)

December 29-31, 1983 Roseland Ballroom, New York, NY (supported by Cyndi Lauper)

January 7, 1984 Hampton Coliseum, Hampton, VA (supported by The Romantics)

January 9, 1984 Knoxville Civic Coliseum, Knoxville, TN (supported by The Romantics)

January 10, 1984 Charleston Municipal Auditorium, Charleston, WV (supported by The Romantics)

January 13, 1984 IU Auditorium, Bloomington, IN (supported by The Romantics)

January 14, 1984 Louisville Gardens, Louisville, KY (supported by The Romantics)

January 15, 1984 Hara Arena, Dayton, OH (supported by The Romantics)

January 17, 1984 Ohio Center, Columbus, OH (supported by The Romantics)

January 18, 1984 Elliott Hall of Music, Lafayette, IN (supported by The Romantics)

January 19, 1984 Champaign Assembly Hall, Champaign, IL (supported by The Romantics)

January 20, 1984 Five Seasons Center, Cedar Rapids, IA (supported by The Romantics)

March 23, 1984 Birmingham Odeon, Birmingham, England (supported by The Truth)

March 24, 1984 St. David's Hall, Cardiff, Wales (supported by The Truth)

March 25, 1984 Victoria Hall, Stoke, England (supported by The Truth)

March 29, 1984 Guildford Civic Hall, Guildford, England (supported by The Truth)

March 30, 1984 Royal Court Center, Nottingham, England (supported by The Truth)

April 2, 1984 Hammersmith Palais, London, England (supported by The Truth)

April 6, 1984 Apollo, Manchester, ENG (supported by The Truth)

April 7, 1984 Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool, ENG (supported by The Truth)

April 8, 1984 Town Hall, Middlesbrough, ENG (supported by The Truth)

April 9, 1984 De Montfort Hall, Leicester, ENG (Mick's last ever show with The Kinks)

Post-tour:

November 23, 1984 Festhalle, Frankfurt, Germany (Flotter Dreier, with BAP and The Klaus Lage Band)

Word of Mouth Tour:

November 27, 1984 UNO Lakefront Arena, New Orleans, LA (supported by Tommy Shaw)

November 28, 1984 Atlanta Civic Center, Atlanta, GA (supported by Tommy Shaw)

November 30, 1984 Rupp Arena, Lexington, KY (supported by Tommy Shaw)

December 1, 1984 Cincinnati Gardens, Cincinnati, OH (supported by Tommy Shaw)

December 2, 1984 UIC Pavilion, Chicago, IL (supported by Tommy Shaw)

December 4, 1984 Milwaukee Auditorium, Milwaukee, WI (supported by Tommy Shaw)

December 5, 1984 Rose Arena, Mount Pleasant, MI (supported by Tommy Shaw)

December 7, 1984 Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI (supported by Tommy Shaw)

December 8, 1984 Rockford MetroCenter, Rockford, IL (supported by Tommy Shaw)

December 10, 1984 Pittsburgh Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA (supported by Tommy Shaw)

December 11, 1984 Broome County Arena, Binghamton, NY (supported by Tommy Shaw)

December 12, 1984 Onondaga War Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse, NY (supported by Tommy Shaw)

December 14, 1984 The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supported by Tommy Shaw)

December 15, 1984 Providence Civic Center, Providence, RI (supported by Tommy Shaw)

December 16, 1984 Boston Garden, Boston, MA (supported by Tommy Shaw)

December 18, 1984 War Memorial Auditorium, Rochester, NY (supported by Tommy Shaw)

December 20, 1984 Hartford Civic Center, Hartford, CT (supported by Tommy Shaw)

December 21, 1984 Madison Square Garden, New York, NY (WNEW Christmas Concert, with Tommy Shaw)

February 3-4, 1985 Sunrise Musical Theater, Sunrise, FL (supported by The David Shelly Band)

February 6, 1985 Lakeland Civic Center, Lakeland, FL (supported by Lefty)

February 7, 1985 Stephen C. O'Connell Center, Gainesville, FL (supported by The Twigs)

February 9, 1985 Dixon-Meyers Hall, Memphis, TN (supported by Larry Raspberry)

February 10, 1985 Jesse Jones Hall, Houston, TX

February 11, 1985 Houston Music Hall, Houston, TX

February 12, 1985 Austin City Coliseum, Austin, TX (supported by The True Believers)

February 14, 1985 Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX (supported by Honeymoon Suite)

February 15, 1985 Majestic Theater, San Antonio, TX (supported by Emerald)

February 16, 1985 Lloyd Noble Center, Norman, OK

February 19, 1985 ASU Activity Center, Tempe, AZ (supported by The Out Crowd)

February 20, 1985 Golden Hall, San Diego, CA (supported by Army of Love)

February 21, 1985 Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena, Los Angeles, CA (supported by The Blasters)

February 22, 1985 Arlington Theater, Santa Barbara, CA (supported by Giant Eden)

February 24, 1985 Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center, Oakland, CA (supported by Wire Train)

February 27, 1985 Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, Portland, OR (supported by The Blasters)

February 28-March 1, 1985 Paramount Theater, Seattle, WA (supported by The Blasters)

March 2, 1985 Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, BC (supported by The Blasters)

March 9, 1985 Roy Wilkins Auditorium, St. Paul, MN (supported by Ipso Facto)

March 10, 1985 Dane County Coliseum, Madison, WI (supported by Flash Kahan)

March 12, 1985 Franklin County Auditorium, Columbus, OH (supported by Donny Iris & The Cruisers)

March 13, 1985 Hara Arena, Dayton, OH (supported by Donny Iris & The Cruisers)

March 14, 1985 Richfield Coliseum, Richfield, OH (2 shows, supported by Donny Iris & The Cruisers)

March 16, 1985 Minges Coliseum, Greenville, NC (supported by Glass Moon)

March 17, 1985 Halsey Fieldhouse, Annapolis, MD (free private show, for Academy midshipmen)

March 18, 1985 DAR Constitutional Hall, Washington D.C (supported by The Slickee Boys)

March 20, 1985 Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, ON (supported by Gowan)

March 21, 1985 Ottawa Civic Center, Ottawa, ON (supported by Honeymoon Suite)

March 23, 1985 Carr Center, Manchester, NH (supported by The Del Fuegos)

March 24, 1985 Brendan Byrne Arena, East Rutherford, NJ (supported by LaBamba & The Hubcaps)

March 25, 1985 Cassell Coliseum, Blacksburg, VA (supported by The Dads)

March 27, 1985 James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA (supported by The Sparkplugs)

March 28, 1985 Robins Center, Richmond, VA (supported by Skip Castro)

April 18, 1985 Vredenburg Music Center, Utrecht, Netherlands

April 19, 1985 Baltard Pavilion, Paris, France

April 20, 1985 Royal Circus, Brussels, Belgium (supported by The Kreuners)

April 22, 1985 Apollo Theater, Oxford, England (supported by Catch)

April 23, 1985 Birmingham Odeon, Birmingham, England (supported by Terry & Gerry)

April 24, 1985 Manchester Apollo, Manchester, England

Post-tour:

August 15, 1985 Ostend Airport, Ostend, Belgium (Belga Beach Festival, with T.C. Matic, The Blasters, The Screaming Blue Messiahs, and ZZ Top)

August 18, 1985 RDS Arena, Dublin, Ireland (supporting ZZ Top, with Light a Big Fire)

Under the Skies Tour:

August 22, 1985 SDSU Open Air Theater, San Diego, CA (supported by Cock Robin)

August 23, 1985 Concord Pavilion, Concord, CA (supported by Cock Robin)

August 24, 1985 Irvine Meadows Amphitheater, Irvine, CA (supported by Cock Robin)

August 27, 1985 Starlight Theater, Kansas City, MO (supported by Translator)

August 28, 1985 Omaha Music Hall, Omaha, NE (supported by Translator)

August 30, 1985 The Fabulous Fox Theater, St. Louis, MO (supported by Translator)

August 31, 1985 Poplar Creek Music Theater, Chicago, IL (supported by Translator)

September 1, 1985 Pine Knob Music Theater, Clarkston, MI (supported by Translator)

September 2, 1985 Alpine Valley Music Theater, East Troy, WI (supported by Translator)

September 5, 1985 Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, OH (supported by Donnie & The Rock)

September 6, 1985 Mann Music Center, Philadelphia, PA (supported by Donnie & The Rock)

September 7, 1985 Jones Beach Theater, Hempstead, NY (supported by Donnie & The Rock)

September 8, 1985 Manning Bowl, Lynn, MA (supported by Donnie & The Rock and Jon Butcher Axis)

September 11, 1985 Garden State Arts Center, Holmdel, NJ (supported by Donnie & The Rock)

September 12-13, 1985 Pier 84, New York, NY (Miller Time Concerts On the Pier, with Animotion, Ashford & Simpson, Chris Hillman, Crosby, Stills, & Nash, Dan Fogelberg, Don Henley, Donnie & The Rock, Gary Lewis & The Playboys, Graham Parker & The Shot, Howard Jones, Jeffrey Osbourne, Katrina & The Waves, Midnight Oil, Miles Davis, Neil Young & The International Harvesters, New Edition, Nicolette Larson, Nik Kershaw, The Pat Metheny Group, Paul Young, Santana, Squeeze, Stevie Ray Vaughan, The Band, The Buckinghams, The Grass Roots, The Hooters, The Truth, The Turtles, Tommy James & The Shondells, UB40, and Whitney Houston)

September 14, 1985 Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD (supported by Donnie & The Rock)

September 15, 1985 Penn State Recreation Hall, State College, PA (supported by Donnie & The Rock)

September 17, 1985 Monroe County Dome Arena, Rochester, NY (supported by Donnie & The Rock)

September 18, 1985 Plattsburgh State Fieldhouse, Plattsburgh, NY (supported by Donnie & The Rock)

September 20, 1985 West Gymnasium, Vestal, NY (supported by Donnie & The Rock)

September 21, 1985 Eisenhower Hall Theater, Highlands, NY (supported by Donnie & The Rock)

September 22, 1985 SUNY Stony Brook Gymnasium, Brookhaven, NY (supported by Donnie & The Rock)

1986:

May 8, 1986 Cascais Drama and Sports Pavilion, Cascais, Portugal

May 9, 1986 Anoeta Velodrome, San Sebastian, Spain

May 10, 1986 Country House Rockodrome, Madrid, Spain (San Isidro Festival)

May 12, 1986 Maestranza Theater, Seville, Spain

May 14, 1986 Barcelona Sports Palace, Barcelona, Spain

May 16, 1986 Gijon Bullring, Gijon, Spain

May 17, 1986 Anoeta Sports Center, San Sebastian, Spain (supported by Los Santos)

July 5, 1986 Ringe Festival Site, Ringe, Denmark (Midtfyns Festival, with D-A-D, Jethro Tull, John Mayall, Kate & Anna McGarrigle, Roger Chapman & The Short List, The Dubliners, The Fall, and The Pentangle)

December 26, 1986 Los Angeles, CA

Think Visual Tour:

February 26-27, 1987 Tower Theater, Upper Darby, PA (supported by John Eddie)

February 28, 1987 Wang Theater, Boston, MA (supported by John Eddie)

March 2, 1987 Providence Performing Arts Center, Providence, RI (supported by John Eddie)

March 3-4, 1987 Capitol Theater, Passaic, NJ (15th Anniversary shows, with John Eddie)

March 7-8, 1987 Riviera Nightclub, Chicago, IL (supported by The Insiders (7th) and The Verandas (8th))

March 9, 1987 Orpheum Theater, Minneapolis, MN (supported by Royal Court of China)

March 11, 1987 Cleveland Music Hall, Cleveland, OH (supported by Royal Court of China)

March 12, 1987 Fox Theater, Detroit, MI (supported by Royal Court of China)

March 14, 1987 Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles, CA (supported by Legal Weapon)

March 16, 1987 Beacon Theater, New York, NY (supported by Peter Himmelman)

May 7, 1987 Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX (cancelled)

May 8, 1987 Starplex Amphitheater, Dallas, TX (cancelled)

May 10, 1987 Tingley Coliseum, Albuquerque, NM (cancelled)

May 11, 1987 Mesa Amphitheater, Mesa, AZ (cancelled)

May 13, 1987 Golden Hall, San Diego, CA (cancelled)

May 16, 1987 ARCO Arena, Sacramento, CA (cancelled)

May 23, 1987 Bodensee Stadium, Konstanz, Germany (Rock am See, with FM, Gary Moore, Phil Carmen, Santana, and What's Up)

May 24, 1987 Loreley Open Air Stage, St. Goarshausen, Germany (Loreley Open Air, with Anno Domini, FM, Flatsch!, Gary Moore, and Santana)

May 25, 1987 Congress House, Heidelberg, Germany (supported by The Jocco Abendroth Band)

May 27, 1987 Hamburg Music Hall, Hamburg, Germany (supported by The Jocco Abendroth Band)

May 28, 1987 Westfalenhalle 2, Dortmund, Germany (supported by The Jocco Abendroth Band)

June 2, 1987 San Diego Civic Theater, San Diego, CA (supported by The Knack)

June 3, 1987 Pacific Amphitheatre, Costa Mesa, CA (supported by Joan Jett & The Blackhearts)

June 5, 1987 Greek Theater, Los Angeles, CA (supported by Joan Jett & The Blackhearts)

June 6, 1987 County Bowl, Santa Barbara, CA (supported by Joan Jett & The Blackhearts)

June 7, 1987 Concord Pavilion, Concord, CA (supported by Joan Jett & The Blackhearts)

June 9, 1987 Paolo Soleri Amphitheater, Santa Fe, NM (cancelled due to rain)

June 10, 1987 New Mexico State Fairgrounds, Albuquerque, NM (supported by Joan Jett & The Blackhearts)

June 11, 1987 Red Rocks Amphitheater, Denver, CO (supported by Joan Jett & The Blackhearts)

June 13, 1987 Riverside Theater, Milwaukee, WI (supported by Pat McCurdy & The Confidentials)

June 14, 1987 Popular Creek Music Theatre, Hoffman Estates, IL (supported by Joan Jett & The Blackhearts)

June 15, 1987 Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, OH (supported by Joan Jett & The Blackhearts)

June 16, 1987 Riverbend Music Centre, Cincinnati, OH (supported by Joan Jett & The Blackhearts)

June 18, 1987 DeVos Hall Grand Center, Grand Rapids, MI

June 19, 1987 Kingswood Music Theatre, Vaughan, ON (supported by The Jitters. Former bassist Pete Quaife is in the crowd and meets the band afterwards)

June 21, 1987 Stanley Theater, Utica, NY (supported by ex-Sex Pistol, Steve Jones)

June 22, 1987 Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Spirings, NY (supported by Steve Jones. Two dancers were used during 'Cliches Of The World.')

June 23, 1987 Finger Lakes Performing Arts Center, Canandaigua, NY (cancelled)

June 25, 1987 Lakeside Amphitheater, Darien, NY (supported by Steve Jones)

June 26, 1987 Mid-Hudson Civic Centre, Ploughskeepie, NY (supported by Todd Hobin & The Heat)

June 27, 1987 Pier 84, New York City, NY ("Miller Music on The Pier", supported by Steve Jones)

June 29, 1987 Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD (supported by Steve Jones)

July 1, 1987 Mann Music Center, Philadelphia, PA (supported by Todd Hobin & The Heat)

July 3, 1987 Great Woods Performing Arts Center, Boston, MA (supported by Todd Hobin & The Heat)

July 5, 1987 Jones Beach Theater, Hempstead, NY (supported by Todd Hobin & The Heat)

Post-tour:

September 5, 1987 Steinberggasse, Winterthur, Switzerland (Musikfestwochen, with Chick Corea, Friedrich Gulda, The Georgia Satellites, The Toy Dolls, The Triffids, and Udo Lindenberg & Das Panikorchester)

The Road Tour:

December 7, 1987 Berlin Ice Rink, Berlin, Germany (supported by Marquee Moon)

December 8, 1987 Capitol Events Center, Hanover, Germany (supported by Marquee Moon)

December 9, 1987 Century Hall, Frankfurt, Germany (supported by Marquee Moon)

December 10, 1987 Boblingen Sport Hall, Boblingen, Germany (supported by Marquee Moon)

December 12, 1987 Linz Sport Hall, Linz, Austria (supported by Marquee Moon)

December 13, 1987 Rolling Stone Club, Milan, Italy (supported by Marquee Moon)

December 15, 1987 Oberlaa Spa Hall, Vienna, Austria (supported by Marquee Moon)

December 16, 1987 German Museum, Munich, Germany (supported by Marquee Moon)

December 17, 1987 Schwarzwaldhalle, Karlsruhe, Germany (supported by Marquee Moon)

December 18, 1987 Phillips Hall, Dusseldorf, Germany

December 20, 1987 Town and Country Club, London, England (supported by Voice of the Beehive)

March 26-27, 1988 Tower Theater, Upper Darby, PA (supported by Original Sin)

March 29, 1988 Beacon Theater, New York, NY (supported by Tonio K)

March 30, 1988 Orpheum Theater, Boston, MA (supported by Tonio K)

April 1, 1988 Springfield Symphony Hall, Springfield, MA (supported by Tonio K)

April 2, 1988 Mid-Hudson Civic Center, Poughkeepsie, NY (supported by Tonio K)

April 4, 1988 Massey Hall, Toronto, ON (supported by Tonio K)

April 5, 1988 Cleveland Music Hall, Cleveland, OH (supported by Tonio K)

April 8, 1988 Riverside Theater, Milwaukee, WI (supported by Tonio K)

April 9, 1988 Auditorium Theater, Chicago, IL (supported by Tonio K)

April 10, 1988 Holiday Star Music Theater, Merrilville, IN (supported by Tonio K)

April 14, 1988 Fox Theater, St. Louis, MO (supported by Tonio K)

April 15, 1988 Kansas City Memorial Hall, Kansas City, KS (supported by Tonio K)

April 17, 1988 Denver Arena, Denver, CO (supported by Tonio K)

April 19, 1988 Berkeley Community Theater, Berkeley, CA (supported by Tonio K)

April 20, 1988 Arlington Theater, Santa Barbara, CA (supported by Tonio K)

April 22, 1988 SDSU Open Air Theater, San Diego, CA (supported by Tonio K)

April 23, 1988 Universal Amphitheater, Universal City, CA (supported by Tonio K)

June 8, 1988 Manchester Apollo, Manchester, England (supported by Brian Spence & The Storm)

June 9, 1988 Town & Country Club, London, England (supported by Brian Spence & The Storm)

June 11, 1988 Portsmouth Guildhall, Portsmouth, England (supported by Brian Spence & The Storm)

June 12, 1988 Bristol Hippodrome, Bristol, England (supported by Brian Spence & The Storm)

June 13, 1988 Poole Arts Center, Poole, England (supported by Brian Spence & The Storm)

June 15, 1988 Royal Court Theater, Liverpool, England (supported by Brian Spence & The Storm)

June 18, 1988 Moller Park, Aalborg, Denmark (Open Air '88, with Anne Linnet & Band, Dissidenten, and The Lilholt Band)

1989:

August 15, 1989 Town and Country Club, London, England (supported by The River City People)

UK Jive Tour:

(supported by John Eddie from September 9-October 16, unless noted)

September 9, 1989 Mann Music Center, Philadelphia, PA

September 10, 1989 Laker Hall, Oswego, NY

September 14, 1989 Garden State Arts Center, Holmdel, NJ

September 15, 1989 Jones Beach Theater, Hempstead, NY

September 16, 1989 Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD

September 17, 1989 Great Woods Performing Arts Center, Boston, MA

September 20, 1989 SUNY Binghamton West Gymnasium, Binghamton, NY

September 22, 1989 Pine Knob Music Theater, Clarkston, MI

September 23, 1989 Poplar Creek Music Theater, Chicago, IL

September 24, 1989 Cleveland Music Hall, Cleveland, OH

September 26, 1989 Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh, PA

September 27, 1989 The Boathouse, Norfolk, VA

September 29, 1989 Chastain Park Amphitheater, Atlanta, GA

September 30, 1989 Ocean Center, Daytona Beach, FL

October 1, 1989 Sunrise Musical Theater, Sunrise, FL

October 5, 1989 Florida Theater, Jacksonville, FL (supported by The Motion)

October 7, 1989 Mosque Auditorium, Richmond, VA

October 8, 1989 Mid-Hudson Civic Center, Poughkeepsie, NY

October 10, 1989 F.M. Kirby Performing Arts Center, Wilkes-Barre, PA

October 12, 1989 Livingston Gymnasium, Piscataway, NJ

October 13, 1989 Frederick P. Rose Hall, New York, NY

October 16, 1989 Beacon Theater, New York, NY (supported by The Peregrins)

December 15, 1989 Deutsches Museum, Munich, Germany (supported by The Case)

December 17, 1989 Biskuit Hall, Bonn, Germany (supported by The Case)

December 18, 1989 Jovel Music Hall, Munster, Germany (supported by The Case)

December 20, 1989 Stadthalle, Offenbach, Germany (supported by The Case)

December 21, 1989 Great Jura Hall, Neumarkt, Germany (supported by The Case)

December 22, 1989 Hamburg Music Hall, Hamburg, Germany (supported by The Case)

Down All the Days Tour:

April 19, 1990 James A. McLane Physical Education Center, Alfred, NY (supported by Janata)

April 20, 1990 McDonough Memorial Gymnasium, Washington, D.C. (supported by Janata)

April 21, 1990 Delaware Fieldhouse, Newark, DE (supported by Janata)

April 22, 1990 Kline Center, Carlisle, PA (supported by Janata)

April 23, 1990 Will Orr Auditorium, New Wilmington, PA (supported by Janata)

April 25, 1990 Fisher Auditorium, Indiana, PA (supported by Janata)

April 26, 1990 Dillon Gymnasium, Princeton, NJ (supported by Janata)

April 28, 1990 Louis A. Alexander Palestra, Rochester, NY (supported by Janata)

April 29, 1990 Alumni Ice Arena, Cortland, NY (supported by Janata)

April 30, 1990 Hofstra University Physical Fitness Center, Hempstead, NY (supported by Janata)

May 2, 1990 David Mead Fieldhouse, Meadville, PA (supported by Janata)

May 4, 1990 Palace Theater, Albany, NY (supported by Janata)

May 5, 1990 Thomas J. Paolino Recreation Center, Bristol, RI (supported by Janata)

May 6, 1990 Morrell Gymnasium, Brunswick, ME (supported by The 39 Steps)

May 9, 1990 UMB Baseball Field, Boston, MA (supported by The 39 Steps)

May 11, 1990 Leede Arena, Hanover, NH (supported by The 39 Steps)

May 12, 1990 Ives Performing Arts Center, Danbury, CT (supported by The 39 Steps)

May 13, 1990 Lundholm Gymnasium, Durham, NH (supported by The 39 Steps)

Post-tour:

June 28, 1990 Ringe Festival Site, Ringe, Denmark (Midfyns Festival, with Alannah Myles, Alice Cooper, All About Eve, Allan Olsen & Norlan, Bob Geldof, Bryan Adams, Daryl Braithwaite, Fairport Convention, Gary Moore, The Gnags, Henning Staerk, Johnny Madsen, Kraan, Merzy, Mother's Finest, Oisin, One Two, Runrig, Saga, Sanne Salomonsen, Shu-bi-dua, Simcess, The Blues Band, The Brandos, The Hooters, The Moody Blues, Thomas Helming, Tower of Power Troels Trier & Rebecca Bruel, and The Walter Trout Band)

August 12, 1990 Alexandra Palace, London, England (Town & Country Club Fifth Birthday Celebration Party, with Big Audio Dynamite, Squeeze, The 29 Palms, The 4 of Us, The Godfathers, The Stranglers, and Voice of the Beehive)

August 15, 1990 Old Market, Leuven, Belgium (Marktrock, with Arno, Blue Blot, Candy Dulfer, The Dan Reed Network, De Kreuners, Eli Jones, Hugo Matthysen & De Bomen, Mama's Jasje, Nils Lofgren, Noordkaap, Pitti Polak, Ten Years After, The Blues Band, The Paranoiacs, The Popgun, The Radios, and Will Tura)

August 16, 1990 New Orleans, LA (cancelled)

September 10, 1990 Honolulu, HI (cancelled)

September 18-19, 1990 Tokyo, Japan (cancelled)

December 10, 1993 Halle Gartlage, Osnabrück, GER

1995

May 10-11, 1995 Shibuya Kokaido, Tokyo, JPN May 12, 1995 Nakano Sun Plaza, Tokyo, JPN May 14-15, 1995 Kokusai Kouryu Center Sankel Hall, Osaka, JPN May 16, 1995 Club Diamond Hall, Nagoya, JPN

July 11-13, 1995 House of Blues, Los Angeles, CA July 16, 1995 Valley Forge Music Fair, Devon, PA July 17, 1995 The Bayou, Georgetown, Washington DC July 19, 1995 Melody Fair, Buffalo, NY July 20, 1995 Starlight Musical Theatre, Latham, NY July 22, 1995 Oakdale Musical Theatre, Wallingford, CT July 23, 1995 Warwick Musical Theatre, Warwick, RI July 24, 1995 North Shore Music Theatre, Beverly, MA July 26, 1995 Hampton Beach Casino, Hampton, NH July 27, 1995 Cape Cod Melody Tent, Hyannis, MA July 28, 1995 South Shore Musical Theatre, Cohasset, MA July 29, 1995 Stratton Mountain Resort, Stratton Mountain, VT July 31-August 1, 1995 Westbury Music Fair, Westbury, NY


1996

June 1, 1996 Stockholm, SWE (12 Timmar 70-tal) June 15, 1996 Oslo, NOR (Norwegian Wood Festival 1996)

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