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1985

1985 Harvard Square, Boston, MA (Tracy would busk here while still at University) 1985 Club Passim, Boston, MA 1985 Nameless Coffeehouse, Boston, MA

May 3, 1985 Strand Theater, Boston, MA (Supporting Linda Tillery)

1986

May 2, 1986 Old Cambridge Baptist Church, Cambridge, MA

December 9, 1986 Iron Horse Music Hall, Northampton, MA

1988

March 20, 1988 Donmar Warehouse, London, ENG (with Natalie Merchant) April 22, 1988 Bogart's, Cincinnati, OH April 28, 1988 Beacon Theatre, New York City, NY April 29, 1988 Orpheum Theatre, Boston, MA May 6, 1988 First Avenue, Minneapolis, MN June 11, 1988 Wembley Stadium, London, ENG (Nelson Mandela 70th Birthday Tribute) July 3, 1988 Arco Della Pace, Milan, ITY July 4, 1988 Casino de Montreux, Montreux, SUI (Montreux Jazz Festival) July 16, 1988 The Bacchanal, San Diego, CA July 20, 1988 Rockfeller's, Houston, TX July 25, 1988 Chestnut Cabaret, Philadelphia, PA July 27, 1988 Diamond Club, Toronto, ON July 29, 1988 Guthrie Theatre, Minneapolis, MN (poss 28th or both) August 13, 1988 Sports and Music Center, Indianapolis, IN August 14, 1988 Marcus Amphitheater, Milwaukee, WI August 16, 1988 Poplar Creek Music Theater, Hoffman Estates, IL August 19, 1988 Civic Auditorium, Portland, OR August 20, 1988 Champs de Brionne Music Theater, George, WA

Human Rights Now Tour 1988 September 2, 1988 Wembley Stadium, London, ENG September 4, 1988 Palais Omnisport Bercy, Paris, FRA September 5, 1988 Palais Omnisport Bercy, Paris, FRA September 6, 1988 Népstadion, Budapest, HUN September 8, 1988 Stadio Communale, Turin, ITY September 10, 1988 Camp Nou, Barcelona, SPA September 13, 1988 Estadio Nacional, San Jose, Costa Rica September 15, 1988 Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, ON September 17, 1988 Stade Olympique, Montreal, QC September 19, 1988 John F. Kennedy, Philadelphia, PA September 21, 1988 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, CA September 23, 1988 Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, CA September 27, 1988 Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, JPN September 30, 1988 Jawaharlai Nehru Stadium, Delhi, IND October 3, 1988 Olympiako Stadio, Athens, GRE October 7, 1988 New National Sports Stadium, Harare, ZIM October 9, 1988 Stade Houphouet Boigny, Abidjan, IVC October 12, 1988 Estadio Palmeiras, Sao Paulo, BRA October 14, 1988 Estadio Mundialista de Mendoza, Mendoza, ARG October 15, 1988 Estadio River Plate, Buenos Aires, ARG November 21, 1988 Eisenhower Auditorium at Penn State University, University Park, PA November 25, 1988 Symphony Hall, Boston, MA November 26, 1988 D.A.R. Constitution Hall, Washington DC November 28, 1988 Carnegie Hall, New York City, NY (2 shows 7.00 & 9.45) December 4, 1988 Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, CA (The Bridge School Benefit II)

1989

March 29, 1989 Sadler's Wells Theatre, London, ENG

May 27, 1989 Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, CA (In Concert Against Aids was a ground breaking, 18-months-in-the-making entertainment series which took place in the Bay Area over five days at the end of May, 1989. Conceived and organized by Bill Graham and billed as a “… total community effort …” the jewel in the crown was this star-studded concert, with Grateful Dead, Los Lobos, Joe Satriani & Tower Of Power)

June 27, 1989 Stadio Alberto Braglia, Modena, ITY

June 30, 1989 Dyrskuepladsen, Ringe, DEN (Midtfyns Festival 1989)

October 7, 1989 National Mall, Washington DC

October 28, 1989 Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, CA (The Bridge School Benefit III)

European Tour Dates November 1, 1989 Het Muziektheater, Amsterdam, NED November 3, 1989 Lisbon, POR November 4, 1989 Teatro Monumental, Madrid, SPA November 5, 1989 Konserthuset, Stockholm, SWE November 6, 1989 Deutsches Museum, Munich, GER November 7, 1989 Alte Oper, Frankfurt, GER November 9, 1989 Austria Center, Vienna, AUT November 10, 1989 CCH-Saal 1, Hamburg, GER November 12, 1989 Teatro Brancaccio, Rome, ITY November 14, 1989 Le Grand Rex, Paris, FRA November 15-16, 1989 Royal Albert Hall, London, ENG

1990

Japanese Tour Dates January 7, 1990 Festival Hall, Osaka, JPN January 9, 1990 Kanagawa Kenmin Hall, Yokohama, JPN January 10, 1990 Gotanda Kani Hoken Hall, Tokyo, JPN January 12, 1990 Miyagi Kenmin Kaikan, Sendai, JPN January 15, 1990 Nippon seinenkan, Tokyo, JPN January 16, 1990 Nakano Sun Plaza, Tokyo, JPN January 17, 1990 NHK Hall, Tokyo, JPN

Australian Tour Dates January 29, 1990 Entertainment Centre, Brisbane, AUS January 31-February 1, 1990 Entertainment Centre, Sydney, AUS February 4-5, 1990 – Entertainment Centre, Melbourne, AUS February 7, 1990 Royal Theatre, Canberra, AUS February 9-10, 1990 Barton Theatre, Adelaide, AUS February 13, 1990 Entertainment Centre, Perth, AUS February 17, 1990 Carlaw Park, Auckland, NZ

April 16, 1990 Wembley Stadium, London, ENG (Nelson Mandela, an international tribute for a free South Africa)

U.S. Tour Dates All US dates with special guests Johnny Clegg & Savuka May 18, 1990 Starplex Amphiteater, Dallas, TX May 19, 1990 San Antonio, TX May 20, 1990 Houston, TX May 22, 1990 Mesa Amphitheatre, Mesa, AZ May 23, 1990 Greek Theatre, Los Angeles, CA May 26, 1990 Anaheim, CA May 28, 1990 SDSU Open Air Theatre, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA May 31, 1990 Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, CO June 2, 1990 Starlight Theater, Kansas City, MO June 5, 1990 Riverbend Music Center, Cincinnati, OH June 6, 1990 Columbus, OH June 7, 1990 Sports and Music Center, Indianapolis, IN June 9, 1990 Alpine Valley Music Theatre, East Troy, WI June 10, 1990 Chicago, IL June 12, 1990 Finger Lakes Performing Arts Center, Canandaigua, NY June 13, 1990 Toronto, ON June 15, 1990 Pine Knob Music Theatre, Clarkston, MI June 16, 1990 Cleveland, OH June 17, 1990 Merriweather Post Pavillion, Columbia, MD June 19, 1990 Atlanta, GA June 20, 1990 Jones Beach Theater, Wantagh, NY June 22, 1990 Star Lake Amphitheater, Burgettstown, PA June 23, 1990 Garden State Arts Center, Holmdel, NJ June 24, 1990 Philadelphia, PA June 26, 1990 New York City, NY June 29, 1990 Saratoga Springs, NY June 30, 1990 Veterans Memorial Park, Manchester, NH July 2, 1990 Tanglewood Music Center, Lenox, MA July 3, 1990 Great Woods Amphitheater, Mansfield, MA July 4, 1990 Portland, ME July 7, 1990 Berkeley, CA (originally scheduled on May 27)

1991

February 12, 1991 Gothic Theater, Denver, CO November 2, 1991 Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, CA (The Bridge School Benefit V) November 3, 1991 Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, CA (Bill Graham Tribute)

1992

Matters Of The Heart Tour 1992

THE BAND Tracy Chapman – Vocals & Guitars Rock Deadrick – Drums Larry Mitchell – Guitars Lee Sklar – Bass John Thomas – Keyboards Steve Thornton – Percussions

U.S. Eastern Tour Dates May 20, 1992 Augustana College, Rock Island, IL May 22 – Milwaukee, WI – Riverside Theater May 23 – Minneapolis, MN – Orpheum Theater May 24 – Madison, WI – Civic Center / Mayer Theater May 26 – Columbus, OH – Palace Theater May 27 – Cleveland, OH – Palace Theater May 29 – Detroit, MI – Fox Theater May 30 – Toronto, ON – Kingswood Ampthitheater May 31 – Wilkes-Barre, PA – Kirby Center June 2 – Grand Rapids, MI June 3 – Hoffman Estates, IL – Poplar Creek June 5 – Easton, PA – State Theater June 6 – Saratoga Springs, NY – S.P.A.C. June 7 – Upper Darby, PA – Tower Theater June 11 – Holmdel, NJ – Garden State Art Center June 13 – Mansfield, MA – Great Woods June 14 – Richmond, VA – Syria Mosque June 15 – Vienna, VA – Wolf Trap

European Tour Dates June 24 – Frankfurt, Germany – Hugenottenhale June 25 – Munich, Germany – Cirkus Krone June 27 – Hamburg, Germany – Stadtpark Freilightbuhne June 28 – London, England – The Academy June 29 – Cologne, Germany – Tanzbrunne July 1 – Boulogne-sur-mer, France – Salle Leon Blum July 2 – Paris, France – Le Zénith July 4 – Tel Aviv, Israel – Ampthitheater Rishon Le Zion July 5 – Caesarea, Israel – Caesarea Amphitheater July 7 – Athens, Greece – Lycabettus Theater July 8 – Athens, Greece – Lycabettus Theater July 10 – Istanbul, Turkey – Istanbul Festival July 12 – Aosta, Italy – Arena Croix Noir July 13 – Milan, Italy – Rolling Stone Club July 15 – Antibes / Juan Les Pins – Jazz à Juan, La Pinède July 16 – Montreux, Switzerland – Montreux Jazz Festival (setlist) July 18 – Vigo, Spain – Afro American Festival July 20 – Rotterdam, Holland – De Doelen July 21 – Brussels, Belgium – Ancienne Belgique July 24 – Lugano, Switzerland – Centro Esposizioni July 25 – Arles, France – Arènes d’Arles July 27 – Cortona, Italy – Open Air Square July 28 – Rome, Italy – Foro Italico July 30 – Vienna, Austria – Summer Arena July 31 – Bad Mergentheim, Germany – Bad Mergentheim August 1 – Nürnberg, Germany – Serenadenhof Stadt Nürnberg August 2 – Graz, Austria August 4 – Salzburg, Austria – Domplatz

U.S. Western Tour Dates September 16 – Ventura, CA – Ventura Theater September 18 – San Diego, CA – Summer Pops Bowl September 19 – Costa Mesa, CA – Pacific Ampthitheater September 22 – Santa Rosa, CA – Luther Burbank Center September 23 – San Francisco, CA – Warfield Theater September 25 – Portland, OR – Schnitzer Concert Hall (setlist) September 26 – Eugene, OR – Hult Center For The Performing Arts September 27 – Seattle, WA – Paramount Theater

October 16, 1992 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY (Bob Dylan 30th anniversary concert)

1993

1994

1995

Tracy Chapman New Beginning Tour 1995/1996

THE BAND Tracy Chapman – Vocals & Guitars Rock Deadrick – Drums Andy Stoller – Bass Glenys Rogers – Percussions Linda Taylor – Guitars Kiki Ebsen – Keyboards

Spring tour ’95 -U.S. tour dates March 1, 1995 – South Bend, IN – Stepan Center, University of Notre Dame March 4, 1995 – Grinnell, IA – Harris Center, Grinnell College March 5, 1995 – Decorah, IA – Regents Center, Luther College March 6, 1995 – Minneapolis, MN – First Avenue March 8, 1995 – Evanston, IL – Pick-Staiger Hall, Northwestern University March 9, 1995 – Ann Arbor, MI – Blind Pig March 11, 1995 – Washington DC – The Bayou March 12, 1995 – Pittsburgh, PA – Rosebud March 14, 1995 – Cincinnati, OH – Bogarts March 15, 1995 – Crawfordsville, IN – Wabash College Chapel March 17, 1995 – Lawrence, KS – Liberty Hall March 19, 1995 – FT Collins, CO – Lincoln Center March 20, 1995 – Boulder, CO – Boulder Theater March 24, 1995 – San Francisco, CA March 25, 1995 – San Francisco, CA

November 29, 1995 David Letterman Show [TV show] November 30, 1995 The Academy, New York City, NY December 2, 1995 SUNY King Concert Hall, Fredonia, NY December 4, 1995 Smith College, Northampton, MA December 6, 1995 Royal Oak, Detroit, MI December 7, 1995 PIK Steiger, Northwestern, Chicago, IL December 9, 1995 Paramount, Denver, CO December 12, 1995 Herbst Theater, San Francisco, CA December 13, 1995 Wadsworth Theater, Los Angeles, CA December 15, 1995 Soreng Hall, Eugene, OR December 16, 1995 Aladdin Theater, Portland, OR

1996

January, 19, 1996 – Tonight Show with Jay Leno [TV show]

February 8, 1996 – Nashville, TN – 328 Performance Hall

March 16, 1996 – St. Louis, MO – American Theater

European tour dates April 21, 1996 – Hamburg, Germany – Grosse Freheit April 22, 1996 – Berlin, Germany – Huexley’s Neue Welt April 24, 1996 – Cologne, Germany – Live Music Hall April 25, 1996 – Neu-Isenburg, Germany – Hugenottenhalle April 26, 1996 – Munich, Germany – Stehplatzkarte April 28, 1996 – Prague, Czech Republic – Palast Kultur / Pateho Kretna April 29, 1996 – Vienna, Austria – Bank Austria Halle (Messepalast / Museumsquartier) April 30, 1996 – Budapest, Hungary – Petofi Csarnok May 3, 1996 – Genova, Italy – Teatro Genovese May 4, 1996 – Pistoia, Italy – Teatro Auditorium May 5, 1996 – Milan, Italy – Teatro Nuovo May 7, 1996 – Zurich, Switzerland – Volkshaus May 8, 1996 – Geneva, Switzerland – Paladium May 10, 1996 – Lyon, France – Le Transbordeur May 11, 1996 – Marseille, France – Le Théâtre du Moulin May 12, 1996 – Toulouse, France – Le Bikini May 14, 1996 – Paris, France – Le Bataclan May 15, 1996 – Strasbourg, France – La Laiterie May 17, 1996 – Amsterdam, The Netherlands – Paradiso May 18, 1996 – London, England – Shepherd’s Bush Empire

Summer tour 96 – U.S. tour dates July 18, 1996 – San Diego, CA – Summer Pops Bowl July 19, 1996 – Tonight show w/ Jay Leno [TV show] July 19, 1996 – Los Angeles, CA – The Greek Theater July 21, 1996 – Santa Barbara, CA – County Bowl July 23, 1996 – Las Vegas, NV – Hard Rock Hotel July 25, 1996 – Santa Fe, NM – Paolo Soleri July 27, 1996 – Denver, CO – Red Rocks July 29, 1996 – Chicago, IL – Rosemont July 30, 1996 – Detroit, MI – Meadowbrook July 31, 1996 – Toronto, Canada – Massey Hall August 2, 1996 – Montreal, Canada – St. Denis Theater (setlist) August 4, 1996 – Boston, MA – Harborlights Pavilion August 5, 1996 – New York, NY – Central Park Summerstage August 6, 1996 – Vienna, VA – Wolftrap August 10, 1996 – Birmingham, AL – Alabama Theater August 11, 1996 – Atlanta, GA – Lakewood Amphitheater August 13, 1996 – Miami, FL – Jackie Gleason (review) August 16, 1996 – Houston, TX – Cullen Performance Hall, University of Houston August 17, 1996 – Dallas, TX – Bronco Bowl August 18, 1996 – Dallas, TX – Deep Ellum Live August 21, 1996 – Portland, OR – Schnitzer Concert Hall August 22, 1996 – Seattle, WA – Paramont Theater August 24, 1996 – San Francisco, CA, Greek Theater

Australia tour dates ??, ??, 1996 Melbourne, AUS ??, ??, 1996 Canberra, AUS ??, ??, 1996 Adelaide, AUS ??, ??, 1996 Sydney, AUS ??, ??, 1996 New Castle, AUS ??, ??, 1996 Brisbane, AUS September 12, 1996 Queens Wharf Event Centre, Wellington, NZ ??, ??, 1996 Auckland, NZ

South African tour dates October ??, 1996 Johannesburg, SA October ??, 1996 Durban, SA October ??, 1996 Cape Town, SA October ??, 1996 Pretoria, SA

December 5, 1996 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY (z100 Jingle Ball) December 8, 1996 Supper Club, New York City, NY

1997

Lilith Fair Tour 1997

July 5, 1997 Gorge Amphitheatre, George, WA July 6, 1997 L.B. Day Amphitheatre, Salem, OR July 8, 1997 Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, CA July 9, 1997 Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre, Irvine, CA July 20, 1997 Finger Lake Performing Arts Centre, Canandaigua, NY July 22, 1997 Great Woods, Mansfield, MA July 24, 1997 Meadows Music Theatre, Hartford, CT July 25, 1997 Jones Beach Amphitheatre, Wantagh, NY July 26, 1997 PNC Bank Arts Centre, Holmdel, NJ July 27, 1997 Blockbuster Centre, Camden, NJ

1998

June 14, 1998 Randalls Island, NY (Guinness Fleadh Festival 1998)

June 20, 1998 Arlington International Racecourse, Arlington Heights, IL (Guinness Fleadh Festival 1998)

June 28, 1998 Spartan Stadium, San Jose, CA (Guinness Fleadh Festival 1998)

December 10, 1998 Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, Paris, FRA (Paris Concert for Amnesty International)

1999

June 13, 1999 Alpine Valley Music Theater, Chicago, IL (Tibetan Freedom Concert 1999. Her band composed of: Denny Fongheiser (Drums), Andy Stoller (Bass), Steve Hunter (Guitar) & Patrick Warren (Keyboards))

December 4, 1999 Oracabessa Bay, Jamaica (One Love, Bob Marley All Star Tribute)

2000

The Telling Stories tour began in March 2000 and lasted 5 months: it began by the United States. Then the band visited Europe (including an appeareance at the Pavarotti and Friends concert). The U.S had been granted with an encore summer tour, Tracy Chapman first opened for Sting on 12 dates then the band carried on on their side for 2 other last months.

THE BAND Tracy Chapman – Guitars & Vocals Steve Hunter – Electric Guitars & mandolin Denny Fongheiser – Drums Paul Buschnell – Bass and background vocals Jeff Young – Keyboards and background vocals

OPENING ACTS Jeffrey Gaines Corey Harris Alvin Youngblood Hart

U.S. Tour Dates March 28, 2000 – Charlotte, NC – Oven Auditorium March 29, 2000 – Atlanta, GA – Tabernacle March 31, 2000 – Cleveland, OH – Palace April 01, 2000 – Washington, DC – 9:30 Club April 03, 2000 – Philadelphia, PA – Electric Factory April 04, 2000 – New York, NY – Roseland April 06, 2000 – Boston, MA – Orpheum April 07, 2000 – Providence, RI – Brown University @ Meeham Auditorium  April 09, 2000 – Detroit, MI – State Theater April 11, 2000 – Chicago, IL – Chicago Theater April 12, 2000 – Minneapolis, MN – State Theater April 14, 2000 – Denver, CO – University of Colorado @ Magness Arena April 16, 2000 – Las Vegas, NE – Hard Rock Cafe April 18, 2000 – Los Angeles, CA – Wiltern Theater April 19, 2000 – Berkeley, CA – Berkeley Community Theatre April 21, 2000 – Seattle, WA – Benaroya Hall April 22, 2000 – Eugene, OR – Hull Center For Performing Arts April 23, 2000 – Portland, OR – Alene Schnitzer Hall 

European Tour Dates May 1, 2000 – Dublin, Ireland – Castle (Heineken Festival) May 3, 2000 – Edinburgh, UK – Edimburgh Playhouse  May 4, 2000 – Nottingham, UK – Nottingham Royal Concert Hall  May 6, 2000 – Manchester, UK – Manchester Opera House  May 7, 2000 – London, UK – London Royal Festival Hall  May 10, 2000 – Paris, France – Olympia  May 13, 2000 – Grenoble, France – Summum Alpexpo  May 15, 2000 – Cologne , Germany – Philharmonie May 16, 2000 – Hamburg, Germany – CCHL Musichalle Saal 1 May 18, 2000 – Oslo, Norway – Concert House May 19, 2000 – Stockholm, Sweden – Stockholm Concert Hall May 21, 2000 – Copenhagen, Denmark – Cukurbygningen May 22, 2000 – Berlin, Germany – Friedrichstadtp Palast  May 24, 2000 – Munich, Germany – Philharmonie May 26, 2000 – Milan, Italy – Teatro Orfeo  May 27, 2000 – Marseille, France – Théâtre Du Moulin  May 29, 2000 – Madrid, Spain – Teatro Alcazar  May 30, 2000 – Nurcia, Spain – Auditorio De Murcia May 31, 2000 – Barcelona, Spain – Teatro l’ Alianca June 6, 2000 – Modena, Italy – Pavarotti and Friends 

U.S Summer Tour – Opening for Sting July 8, 2000 – Buffalo, N.Y. – Darien Lake July 9, 2000 – Pittsburgh, Pa – Star Lake July 11, 2000 – Cleveland, Oh – Blossom Music July 12, 2000 – Vienna, Va – Wolf Trap July 14, 2000 – Detroit, Mi – Pine Knob July 15, 2000 – Indianapolis, In – Deer Creek Music July 16, 2000 – Cincinnati, Oh – Riverbend Music July 18, 2000 – Target Center, Minneapolis, MN July 19, 2000 – Milwaukee, Wi – Marcus July 21, 2000 – Chicago, Il. – United Center July 22, 2000 – St. Louis, Ms – Riverport Amp July 23, 2000 – Kansas City – Sandstone Amp

U.S. Summer Tour July 25, 2000 – Grand Rapids, Mi – Interlochen July 26, 2000 – Kalamazoo, MI – State Theater July 28, 2000 – Toronto, Canada – Massey Hall  July 29, 2000 – Montreal, Canada – Bourbon Street/Montrolland Aug 1, 2000 – New York, N.Y. – Beacon Theater Aug 2, 2000 – New York, N.Y. – Beacon Theater  Aug 3, 2000 – Boston, Mass – Harbor Lights  Aug 5, 2000 – Baltimore, Ma – Pier 6 Concert Pavillon  Aug 6, 2000 – Portland, Maine – Merrill Memorial Auditorium Aug 8, 2000 – Northampton, Mass – Pines Theater Aug 17, 2000 – Dallas, Tx – Bronco Bowl Aug 19, 2000 – Austin, Tx – The Backyard Aug 20, 2000 – Houston, Tx – Aerial Theatre Aug 22, 2000 – Santa Fe, N.M. – Paolo Soleri Amphitheater  Aug 23, 2000 – Denver, Co – Red Rocks Amphitheater Aug 25, 2000 – Berkeley, Ca – Greek Theatre Aug 26, 2000 – Los Angeles, Ca – Greek Theatre Aug 27, 2000 – SDSU Open Air Theatre, San Diego, CA Aug 29, 2000 – Santa Barbara, Ca – County Bowl Aug 30, 2000 – San Jose, Ca – San Jose Center Perf Arts  Sept 1, 2000 – Portland, Ore. – Portland Meadows Sept 2, 2000 – Seattle, Wa – Bumpershoot Fest. Sept 3, 2000 – Vancouver, Canada – Orpheum Theatre Sept 5, 2000 – Sun Valley, Id – Elkhorn Amphitheater Sept 6, 2000 – Salt Lake City, Utah – Univ. of Utah – Kisnbury Hall Sept 8, 2000 – Ames, Iowa – Univ. of Iowa CV Stephens Auditorium Sept 12, 2000 – New Orleans, La – House Of Blues Sept 13, 2000 – Jacksonville, Fla – Florida Theatre Sept 14, 2000 – Miami, Fla – Jackie Gleason Theater Sept 16, 2000 – Tampa, Fla – Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center  Sept 17, 2000 – Orlando, Fla – House Of Blues Sept 19, 2000 – Atlanta, Ga – Tabernacle Sept 21, 2000 – Norfolk, Va – Norvia Sept 23, 2000 – Boston, Mass – WBMX Mix Festival

2001

October 20-21, 2001 Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, CA (The Bridge School Benefit XV)

2002

November 2, 2002 Traenenpalast, Berlin, GER (Music Planet 2nite French/German TV Tracy invited David Gray to appear)

2003

Let It Rain

THE BAND Tracy Chapman – Guitars & Vocals Joe Gore – Electric & Acoustic Guitars Rock Deadrick – Percussions and background vocals Butch – Drums David Sutton – Bass Philip Parlapiano – Keyboards

European Tour Dates January 31, 2003 – Roubaix, France – Le Colisée (supported by Pape & Cheikh) February 1, 2003 – Caen, France – Le Zénith (supported by Pape & Cheikh) February 3, 2003 – Paris, France – Le Grand Rex (supported by Pape & Cheikh) February 4, 2003 – Paris, France – Le Grand Rex (supported by Pape & Cheikh) February 6, 2003 – Lyon, France – Halle Tony Garnier (supported by Pape & Cheikh) February 7, 2003 – Marseille, France – Le Dome (supported by Pape & Cheikh) February 9, 2003 – Nice, France – Le Nikaïa (supported by Pape & Cheikh) February 10, 2003 – Milan, Italy – Teatro Smeraldo (supported by Pape & Cheikh) February 12, 2003 – Roma, Italy – Parco della Musica (supported by Pape & Cheikh) February 13, 2003 – Genova, Italy – Carlo Felice (supported by Pape & Cheikh) February 15, 2003 – Bâle, Switzerland – Musical Theater (supported by Pape & Cheikh) February 17, 2003 – Hamburg, Germany – CCH 1 (supported by Pape & Cheikh) February 18, 2003 – Duesseldorf, Germany – Philipshalle (supported by Pape & Cheikh) February 20, 2003 – Utrecht, Holland – Vredenburg (supported by Pape & Cheikh) February 21, 2003 – Antwerpen, Belgium – Koningin Elizabethzaal (supported by Pape & Cheikh) February 22, 2003 – Strasbourg, France – Palais des Congrès, Salle Erasme (supported by Pape & Cheikh) February 24, 2003 – Zurich, Switzerland – Kongresshaus (supported by Pape & Cheikh) February 25, 2003 – Stuttgart, Germany – Beethovensaal (supported by Pape & Cheikh) February 27, 2003 – Frankfurt, Germany – Jahrhunderthalle (supported by Pape & Cheikh) February 28, 2003 – Berlin, Germany – Arena (supported by Pape & Cheikh) March 2, 2003 – Copenhagen, Denmark – Falkoner Theatre (supported by Pape & Cheikh) March 3, 2003 – Stockholm, Sweden – Cirkus Djurgarden (supported by Pape & Cheikh) March 4, 2003 – Oslo, Norway – Konserthus March 7, 2003 – Sheffield, UK – Sheffield City Hall (supported by Jason Mraz) March 8, 2003 – Liverpool, UK – Philharmonic Hall (supported by Jason Mraz) March 10, 2003 – Brighton, UK – Brighton Center (supported by Jason Mraz) March 11, 2003 – London, UK – Royal Albert Hall (supported by Jason Mraz) March 12, 2003 – London, UK – Royal Albert Hall (supported by Jason Mraz) March 14, 2003 – Birmingham, UK – Symphony Hall (supported by Jason Mraz) March 15, 2003 – Manchester, UK – Carling Apollo (supported by Jason Mraz) March 17, 2003 – Glasgow, UK – Clyde Auditorium (supported by James Yorkston & the Athletes) March 18, 2003 – Belfast, UK – Waterfront Hall (supported by Sean Needham) March 20, 2003 – Dublin, IE – Olympia Theater (supported by Sean Needham) March 21, 2003 – Dublin, IE – Olympia Theater (supported by Sean Needham) March 22, 2003 – Dublin, IE – Olympia Theater (supported by Sean Neddham)

April 20, 2003 Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, CA (We The Planet 2003 Festival, guests with Bonnie Raitt on a duet of John Prine's "Angel From Montgomery")

U.S. Tour June 7, 2003 – Redmond, WA – Marymoor Park (supported by EastMountainSouth) June 8, 2003 – Portland, OR – Keller Auditorium (supported by EastMountainSouth) June 10, 2003 – Jacksonville, OR – Britt Festivals @ Britt Pavilion (supported by EastMountainSouth) June 13, 2003 – San Francisco, CA – The Fillmore (supported by EastMountainSouth) June 14, 2003 – San Francisco, CA – The Fillmore (supported by EastMountainSouth) June 16, 2003 – Saratoga, CA – Mountain Winery (supported by EastMountainSouth) June 17, 2003 – Saratoga, CA – Mountain Winery (supported by EastMountainSouth) June 19, 2003 – Los Angeles , CA – The Wiltern (supported by EastMountainSouth) June 22, 2003 – Santa Barbara, CA – Santa Barbara Bowl (supported by EastMountainSouth) June 23, 2003 – San Diego , CA – Humphreys Concerts By the Bay (supported by EastMountainSouth) June 24, 2003 – Las Vegas, NV – House Of Blues (supported by EastMountainSouth) June 26, 2003 – Phoenix, AZ – Dodge Theatre (supported by EastMountainSouth) June 27, 2003 – Santa Fe, NM – Paolo Soleri Amphitheater (supported by EastMountainSouth) June 30, 2003 – Denver, CO – Paramount Theater (supported by EastMountainSouth) July 1, 2003 – Denver, CO – Paramount Theater (supported by EastMountainSouth) July 2, 2003 – Colorado Springs, CO – Pikes Peak Center (supported by EastMountainSouth) July 5, 2003 – Minneapolis, MN – Historic Orpheum Theatre (supported by EastMountainSouth) July 6, 2003 – Chicago, IL – Chicago Theater (supported by EastMountainSouth) July 7, 2003 – Rochester Hills, MI – Meadow Brook Music Festival July 9, 2003 – Indianapolis, IN – Murat Theatre (supported by Joseph Arthur) July 11, 2003 – Northampton, MA – Calvin Theatre (supported by Joseph Arthur) July 12, 2003 – Portland, ME – Merrill Auditorium (supported by Joseph Arthur) July 13, 2003 – Providence, MI VMA Arts & Cultural Center (Cancelled) July 15, 2003 – New York, NY – Beacon Theater (supported by Joseph Arthur) July 16, 2003 – Red Bank , NJ – Count Basie (supported by Joseph Arthur) July 18, 2003 – Boston, MA – FleetBoston Pavilion (supported by Joseph Arthur) July 19, 2003 – Hampton Beach, NH – Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom (supported by Joseph Arthur) July 20, 2003 – Shelburne, VT – Shelburne Museum (supported by Joseph Arthur) July 22, 2003 – Philadelphia, PA – Electric Factory (supported by Joseph Arthur) July 24, 2003 – Vienna, VA – Wolf Trap Filene Center (supported by Joseph Arthur) July 25, 2003 – Cary, NC – Regency Park Pavilion (supported by Joseph Arthur) July 26, 2003 – Baltimore, MD – Pier Six Pavilion (supported by Joseph Arthur) July 29, 2003 – Asheville, NC – Thomas Wolfe Auditorium (supported by Joseph Arthur) July 30, 2003 – Atlanta, GA – Tabernacle (supported by Joseph Arthur) July 31, 2003 – New Orleans, LA – House Of Blues (supported by Joseph Arthur) August 2, 2003 – Austin, TX – The Backyard August 3, 2003 – Austin, TX – Austin City Limits (TV show)

We The Planet Tour (Tracy gave a 20-30 minute acoustic performance on these dates) September 23, 2003 Eastern Michigan University Pease Auditorium, Ypsilanti, MI September 24, 2003 Northern Illinois University CarlSandburg Auditorium, DeKalb, IL September 25, 2003 University Of St. Thomas OEC Auditorium, St. Paul, MO September 27, 2003 De Paul University, Chicago, IL September 28, 2003 Iowa State University, Ames, IO

2004

May 3, 2004 Make-Out Room, San Francisco, CA (a surprise secret show, with local guitarist Joe Gore and eastmountainsouth drummer Quinn. She performed a bunch of covers, including the Cure’s "Love Song", Prince’s "I Could Never Take the Place of Your Man", Howlin’ Wolf’s "Howlin’ for My Darling" & Nirvana’s "Come As You Are")

July 11, 2004 Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA (KCRW’s World Festival summer series, Global Divas V, with Malian singer Oumou Sangare)

“Western Swing: An Evening with Tracy Chapman,” Tour for DrivingVotes.org

September 24, 2004 Aladdin Theatre, Portland, OR

September 25, 2004 Century Ballroom, Seattle, WA

September 28, 2004 Paramount, Santa Fe, NM

September 29, 2004 KiMo Theatre, Albuquerque, NM

October 1, 2004 Marquee Theatre, Phoenix, AZ

October 8, 2004 TD Waterhouse Center, Orlando, FL (Vote for Change to benefit MoveOn.org and to encourage people to vote against George W. Bush in the 2004 Presidential election campaign. with R.E.M., Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band & special guest John Fogerty)

2005

Where You Live Tour

The Band Tracy Chapman – Vocals & Guitars Joe Gore – Guitars, Bass & Keyboards Quinn Smith – Drums Kiki Ebsen – Keyboards & Background Vocals (on the European tour)

US Tour Dates

October 5, 2005 Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA (supported by Ben Taylor) October 6, 2005 Roseland Theater, Portland, OR (supported by Ben Taylor) October 8, 2005 Catalyst, Santa Cruz, CA (supported by Ben Taylor) October 9, 2005 Fillmore, San Francisco, CA (supported by Ben Taylor) October 10-11, 2005 Roxy, Los Angeles, CA (supported by Ben Taylor) October 14, 2005 O’Shaughnessy Theatre, St. Paul, MN (supported by Ben Taylor) October 15, 2005 Riviera Theatre, Chicago, IL (supported by Ben Taylor) October 17, 2005 930, Washington, DC (supported by Ben Taylor) October 18, 2005 Orpheum Theatre, Boston, MA (supported by Ben Taylor) October 20, 2005 Housing Works, New York City, NY (supported by Ben Taylor) October 21, 2005 Hammerstein Ballroom, New York City, NY (supported by Ben Taylor)

European Winter Tour Dates November 3, 2005 INEC, Killarney, IRE (supported by Ben Taylor) November 4, 2005 Point, Dublin, IRE (supported by Ben Taylor) November 6, 2005 Playhouse, Edinburgh, SCOT (supported by Ben Taylor) November 7, 2005 Carling Apollo, Manchester, ENG (supported by Ben Taylor) November 9-10, 2005 Hammersmith Apollo, London, ENG (supported by Ben Taylor) November 13, 2005 Nia Academy, Birmingham, ENG (supported by Cherif Mbaw) November 14, 2005 Brighton Centre, Brighton, ENG (supported by Cherif Mbaw) November 16, 2005 Forest National, Brussels, BEL (supported by Cherif Mbaw) November 17, 2005 Music Hall, Amsterdam, NED (supported by Cherif Mbaw) November 19, 2005 Tempodrom, Berlin, GER (supported by Cherif Mbaw) November 20, 2005 Haus Auensee, Leipzig, GER (supported by Cherif Mbaw) November 23, 2005 CCH1, Hamburg, GER (supported by Cherif Mbaw) November 24, 2005 Falkoner, Copenhagen, DEN (supported by Cherif Mbaw) November 26, 2005 Palladium, Cologne, GER (supported by Cherif Mbaw) November 27, 2005 Halle Tony Garnier, Lyon, FRA (supported by Cherif Mbaw) November 29, 2005 Arena, Geneva, SUI (supported by Cherif Mbaw) November 30, 2005 Zenith, Dijon, FRA (supported by Cherif Mbaw) December 2-4, 2005 Olympia, Paris, FRA (supported by Cherif Mbaw) December 6, 2005 Zenith, Toulon, FRA (supported by Cherif Mbaw) December 7, 2005 Zenith, Toulouse, FRA (supported by Cherif Mbaw) December 9, 2005 Hallenstadion, Zurich, SUI (supported by Cherif Mbaw) December 10, 2005 Smeraldo, Milano, ITY (supported by Cherif Mbaw) December 12, 2005 Zenith, Lille, FRA (supported by Cherif Mbaw) December 13, 2005 Galaxie, Amneville, FRA (supported by Cherif Mbaw) December 14, 2005 Zenith, Paris, FRA (supported by Amadou et Mariam)

2006

European Summer Tour Dates

June 13, 2006 Colston Hall, Bristol, ENG June 14, 2006 East Molesey, ENG (Hampton Court Festival) June 16, 2006 Stadtpark, Hamburg, GER June 18, 2006 Sentrum Scene, Oslo, NOR June 19, 2006 Cirkus, Stockholm, SWE June 21, 2006 Finlandia-Hall, Helsinki, FIN June 23, 2006 Bkz Oktyabrsky, St. Petersburg, RUS June 27, 2006 Sala Kongresowa, Warsaw, POL June 29, 2006 Junge Garde, Dresden, GER June 30, 2006 Beethoven Saal, Stuttgart, GER July 1, 2006 Couleur Café, Bruxelles, BEL July 4, 2006 Circus Krone, München, GER July 5, 2006 Montreux, SUI (Montreux Jazz Festival, supported by Eels) July 7, 2006 Auditorium Cavea, Rome, ITY July 10, 2006 Teatro Greco Romano, Taormina, ITY July 11, 2006 Teatro D’Annunzio, Pescara, ITY July 13, 2006 Lucca, ITY (Summer Festival) July 15, 2006 Rotterdam, NED (North Sea Jazz Festival) July 17, 2006 Juan Les Pins, FRA (Festival de Jazz) July 18, 2006 Les Nuits du Palio, Istres, FRA July 20, 2006 Lörrach, GER (Stimmen Festival) July 21, 2006 Nyon, SUI (Paleo Festival) July 23, 2006 Les Vieilles Charrues, Carhaix, FRA July 24, 2006 Swing’In Jazz, Deauville, FRA July 25, 2006 Festival de Poupet, St Malo des Bois, FRA July 27-28, 2006 Lucerne, SUI (Blue Balls Festival) July 30, 2006 Theatre Antique, Vienne, FRA (supported by Sage) July 31, 2006 Monte Carlo, FRA (Sporting Summer Festival)

2007

2008

Our Bright Future Solo Tour 2008

November 12, 2008 Palais des Beaux Arts, Brussels, BEL November 15, 2008 Sentrum Scene, Oslo, NOR November 16, 2008 Cirkus, Stockholm, SWE November 17, 2008 Royal Theatre, Copenhagen, DEN November 19, 2008 Tempodrom, Berlin, GER November 20, 2008 Kulturpalast, Dresden, GER November 22, 2008 Folies Bergere, Paris, FRA November 23, 2008 Paradiso, Amsterdam, NED November 25, 2008 CCH 1, Hamburg, GER November 26, 2008 Postpalast, Munich, GER November 28, 2008 Teatro degli Arcimboldi, Milan, ITY November 29, 2008 Auditorium di Via della, Rome, ITY December 1, 2008 Teatro Verdi, Florence, ITY December 2, 2008 Kongresshaus, Zurich, SUI December 4, 2008 Le Dome, Marseille, FRA December 5, 2008 L’Ampithéâtre, Lyon, FRA December 8-10, 2008 Olympia Theatre, Dublin, IRE December 12, 2008 Colston Hall, Bristol, ENG December 14, 2008 Apollo, Manchester, ENG December 15-16, 2008 Hammersmith Apollo, London, ENG December 18, 2008 Zenith, Strasbourg, FRA December 19, 2008 Le Palais des Congrès, Paris, FRA December 21, 2008 Palau de la Musica, Barcelona, SPA

2009

Our Bright Future Tour 2009

THE BAND

Tracy Chapman – Vocals & Guitars Joe Gore – Guitars Patrick Warren – Keyboards Dawn Richardson – Drums

June 22, 2009 Live at the Marquee, Cork, IRE June 24-25, 2009 Roundhouse, London, ENG June 26, 2009 Le Zénith, Paris, FRA (supported by Cherif Mbaw) June 28, 2009 Le Zénith Metropole, Nantes, FRA June 29, 2009 Le Zénith de l’Agglo, Rouen, FRA July 1, 2009 Le Zénith Grand Palais, Lille, FRA July 3, 2009 Den Fynske Landsby, Odense, DEN (Supported by Marie Frank) July 5, 2009 Opera Lesna, Sopot, POL July 7, 2009 Freilichtbühne Peißnitz, Halle, GER July 8, 2009 Tanzbrunnen, Cologne, GER July 10, 2009 Cactus Festival 2009, Bruges, BEL July 11, 2009 Heineken Music Hall, Amsterdam, NED July 12, 2009 Stadpark, Hamburg, GER July 14, 2009 Brescia Summer Festival 2009, Brescia, ITY (supported by Amos Lee) July 15, 2009 Moon and Stars 2009, Locarno, SUI July 17, 2009 Les Nuits de Fourvière 2009, Lyon, FRA (supported by Yodelice) July 18, 2009 Nice Jazz Festival, Nice, FRA July 20, 2009 Les Nuits de la Guitare, Patrimonio, Corse, FRA July 22, 2009 Fortezza Medicea, Arezzo, ITY July 24, 2009 Stimmen Festival, Lorrach, GER (supported by Scott Matthew) July 25, 2009 Paleo Festival, Nyon, SUI July 27, 2009 Auditorium Parco della Musica, Rome, ITY

NORTH AMERICA Tour 2009

July 31, 2009 House Of Blues Boston, Boston, MA (supported by Gaby Moreno) August 1, 2009 Calvin Theater, in Northampton, MA (supported by Gaby Moreno) August 3, 2009 Keswick Theatre, Glenside, PA (supported by Gaby Moreno) August 5, 2009 Edmonton Folk Festival, Edmonton, AB (supported by Gaby Moreno) August 7, 2009 Hammerstein Ballroom, New York, NY (supported by Gaby Moreno) August 8, 2009 9:30 Club, Washington DC (supported by Gaby Moreno) August 9, 2009 Rams Head Mive!, Baltimore, MD (supported by Gaby Moreno) August 11, 2009 Michigan Theatre, Ann Arbor, MI (supported by Gaby Moreno) August 12, 2009 Park West, Chicago, IL (supported by Gaby Moreno) August 14, 2009 Pabst Theater, Milwaukee, WI (supported by Gaby Moreno) August 15, 2009 O’Shaughnessy, Minneapolis, MN (supported by Gaby Moreno) August 18, 2009 Humphrey’s Concerts by The Bay, San Diego, CA (supported by Gaby Moreno) August 19, 2009 Wiltern Theatre, Los Angeles, CA (supported by Gaby Moreno) August 21-22, 2009 The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA (supported by Gaby Moreno)

2010

2011

2012

December 2, 2012 John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington DC (Kennedy Center Honors 2012)

2013

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