Kansas 2015 setlist

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Kansas Concerts

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Top 10 most played songs by Kansas in the last 40 concerts.

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Point Of Know Return coverPoint of Know Return

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Point Of Know Return coverDust in the Wind

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Leftoverture coverCarry On Wayward Son

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Leftoverture coverMiracles Out of Nowhere

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Point Of Know Return coverPortrait (He Knew)

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Point Of Know Return coverSparks of the Tempest

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Point Of Know Return coverParadox

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The Best Of Kansas coverHold On

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Leftoverture coverThe Wall

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Two For The Show coverIcarus - Borne on Wings of Steel

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  1. Leftoverture coverWhat's on My Mind
  2. Point Of Know Return coverPoint of Know Return
  3. The Best Of Kansas coverHold On
  4. Masque coverTwo Cents Worth
  5. Two For The Show coverIcarus - Borne on Wings of Steel
  6. The Best Of Kansas coverSong for America
  7. Leftoverture coverThe Wall
  8. Monolith coverPeople of the South Wind
  9. Point Of Know Return coverDust in the Wind
  10. Rock Masters: Desperate Times coverCold Grey Morning
  11. Point Of Know Return coverSparks of the Tempest
  12. The Best Of Kansas coverFight Fire With Fire
  13. Point Of Know Return coverPortrait (He Knew)
  14. Point Of Know Return coverParadox
  15. Leftoverture coverMiracles Out of Nowhere
  16. Encore #1

  17. Leftoverture coverCarry On Wayward Son
  18. Encore #2

  19. Point Of Know Return coverThe Spider
  20. Point Of Know Return coverCloset Chronicles
  21. Point of Know Return coverLightning's Hand
  22. Rock Masters: Dust In The Wind coverNobody's Home
  23. Point Of Know Return coverHopelessly Human

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past shows
01.24.2020Enterprise Center - St. Louis, MO
12.06.2019The Pageant - St. Louis, MO
08.04.2019Crossroads - Kansas City, MO
11.16.2018The Pageant - St. Louis, MO
09.08.2018Starlight Theatre - Kansas City, MO
11.11.2017Uptown Theater - Kansas City, MO
07.01.2017Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre - Maryland Heights, MO
07.01.2017Sheraton Westport Chalet - KYKY Y98 Studio98 - St. Louis, MO
12.17.2016Family Arena - St. Charles, MO
09.10.2016Crossroads - Kansas City, MO
09.10.2016Ruins Pub - Kansas City, MO
09.09.2016The Pageant - St. Louis, MO
09.12.2015Crossroads - Kansas City, MO
09.11.2015The Pageant - St. Louis, MO
06.06.2015Soldiers Memorial Park - St. Louis, MO
06.13.2014Crossroads - Kansas City, MO
06.12.2014Fox Theatre - St. Louis, MO
06.12.2014Ballpark Village - The Barn - St. Louis, MO
06.10.2014Vintage Vinyl - St. Louis, MO
11.07.2013Gillioz Theatre - Springfield, MO
06.21.2013Crossroads - Kansas City, MO
06.20.2013The Pageant - St. Louis, MO
07.19.2012Fox Theatre - St. Louis, MO
07.14.2012Crossroads - Kansas City, MO
02.15.2012The Blue Note - Columbia, MO
12.03.2011Peabody Opera House - St. Louis, MO
07.27.2011Crossroads - Kansas City, MO
07.16.2010Starlight Theatre - Kansas City, MO
06.10.2009Fox Theatre - St. Louis, MO
12.17.2008Midland Theatre - Kansas City, MO
07.18.2008Fair St. Louis - Soldier's Memorial - St. Louis, MO
07.18.2008Ameristar Casino - Bottleneck Blues Bar - Studio 98 - St. Charles, MO
07.12.2007Beaumont Club Outside - Kansas City, MO
10.26.2006University Of Missouri - Jesse Auditorium - Columbia, MO
07.21.2006City Market - Kansas City, MO
07.16.2006Fox Theatre - St. Louis, MO
11.10.2005Fox Theatre - St. Louis, MO
11.10.2005KPNT 105.7 The Point - St. Louis, MO
03.30.2005The Pageant - St. Louis, MO
03.29.2005Uptown Theater - Kansas City, MO
07.26.2004City Market - Kansas City, MO
06.17.2004UMB Bank Pavilion - Maryland Heights, MO
04.09.2004The Pageant - St. Louis, MO
02.28.2004Uptown Theater - Kansas City, MO
10.28.2003St. Louis University - Busch Student Center - St. Louis, MO
08.08.2003UMB Bank Pavilion - Maryland Heights, MO
08.07.2003City Market - Kansas City, MO
08.02.2003The Blue Note - Columbia, MO
08.02.2003Streetside Records - Columbia, MO
11.20.2002The Pageant - St. Louis, MO
11.20.2002Vintage Vinyl - St. Louis, MO
11.16.2002Uptown Theater - Kansas City, MO
08.17.2001Mississippi Nights - St. Louis, MO
08.11.2001The Blue Note - Columbia, MO

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This page is our attempt to document the touring history (and as many setlists as possible!) of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. 

Much (although not all) of this is taken from the Gigography previously hosted on Mudcrutch Farm, the Tour History previously hosted on Gone Gator, and various Wayback Machine archives of TomPetty.com. 

If you have a setlist not yet posted here (or notice any mistakes in our existing ones), please contact us.

Early Shows 1976-1977 | You're Gonna Get It! 1978 | Damn The Torpedoes 1979-1980 | Hard Promises 1981 | Long After Dark 1982-1983 | Southern Accents 1985 | True Confessions 1986 (w. Bob Dylan) | Rock 'n' Roll Caravan 1987 (w. Georgia Satellites & Del Fuegos) | Temple in Flames 1987 (w. Bob Dylan & Roger McGuinn) | Strange Behavior Tour 1989 | More Strange Behavior Tour 1990 | Touring the Great Wide Open 1991-1992 | Dogs with Wings 1995 | Fillmore House Band 1997 | Echo Tour 1999 | Way Out West/East Coast Invasion 2001 | The Last DJ 2002 | The Lost Cities Tour 2003 | For The Hell Of It Tour 2005 | Highway Companion / 30th Anniversary Tour 2006 | Mudcrutch 2008 | Summer Tour 2008 | Mojo Tour 2010 | Summer Tour 2012 | Summer Tour 2013 | 2014 Tour | Mudcrutch 2016 | 40th Anniversary Tour 2017


DateVenueCityExtrasNotes
Early Shows 1976-1977
Tuesday, November 30, 1976Municipal AuditoriumColumbus, Georgia Opening for KISS
Sunday, December 12, 1976Paul's MallBoston, Massachusetts Opening for Al Kooper
Tuesday, December 14, 1976CBGB's New York City, New York  
Wednesday, December 15, 1976CBGB'sNew York City, New York  
Wednesday, February 9, 1977Whisky a Go-Go West Hollywood, California Opening for Blondie
Thursday, February 10, 1977Whisky a Go-GoWest Hollywood, California Opening for Blondie
Friday, February 11, 1977Whisky a Go-Go West Hollywood, California Opening for Blondie
Saturday, February 12, 1977Whisky a Go-Go West Hollywood, California Opening for Blondie
Monday, February 14, 1977Keystone Palo Alto Palo Alto, California With the Greg Kihn Band
Tuesday, February 15, 1977Keystone Palo Alto Palo Alto, California With the Greg Kihn Band
Thurday, February 17, 1977Keystone BerkeleyBerkeley, California With the Greg Kihn Band
Friday, February 18, 1977Keystone BerkeleyBerkeley, California With the Greg Kihn Band
Saturday, February 19, 1977Keystone BerkeleyBerkeley, California With the Greg Kihn Band
Friday, February 25, 1977Ivanhoe TheaterChicago, IllinoisSetlist 
Monday, February 28, 1977Agora BallroomCleveland, Ohio Cancelled
Saturday, March 5, 1977Royal Oak Music TheatreRoyal Oak, MichiganSetlistOpening for the Runaways w/Cheap Trick
Monday, March 7, 1977Bottom LineNew York City, New York Opening for Roger McGuinn
Tueday, March 8, 1977Bottom LineNew York City, New York Opening for Roger McGuinn
Wednesday, March 9, 1977Bottom LineNew York City, New York Opening for Roger McGuinn
Thursday, March 10, 1977Agora BallroomCleveland, Ohio Opening for the Runaways
Sunday, March 13, 1977Bogart'sCincinnati, Ohio  
Monday, March 14, 1977The Flying MachineAkron, Ohio  
Thursday, March 17, 1977University Center, Adelphi UniversityGarden City, Long Island, New YorkReview 
Saturday, April 23, 1977Record PlantSausalito, CaliforniaSetlistKSAN Radio Broadcast
Sunday, April 24, 1977Winterland San Francisco, California Opening for Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band with Starz
Tuesday, April 26, 1977Whisky a Go-GoWest Hollywood, California  
Wednesday, April 27, 1977Whisky a Go-GoWest Hollywood, California  
Sunday, May 8, 1977Capitol TheaterCardiff, Wales Opening for Nils Lofgren
Monday, May 9, 1977Lancaster UniversityLancaster, England Opening for Nils Lofgren
Tuesday, May 10, 1977BBC StudiosLondon, England Old Grey Whistle Test
Wednesday, May 11, 1977Birmingham OdeonBirmingham, England Opening for Nils Lofgren
Thursday, May 12, 1977Brighton DomeBrighton, England Opening for Nils Lofgren
Saturday, May 14, 1977Hammersmith OdeonLondon, England Opening for Nils Lofgren
Sunday, May 15, 1977Hammersmith OdeonLondon, England Opening for Nils Lofgren
Monday, May 16, 1977Hammersmith OdeonLondon, England Opening for Nils Lofgren
Tuesday, May 17, 1977Bristol HippodromeBristol, England Opening for Nils Lofgren
Thursday, May 19, 1977Manchester ApolloManchester, England Opening for Nils Lofgren
Friday, May 20, 1977Sheffield City HallSheffield, England Opening for Nils Lofgren
Saturday, May 21, 1977Leeds UniversityLeeds, England Opening for Nils Lofgren
Sunday, May 22, 1977Trentham GardensStoke on Trent, England Opening for Nils Lofgren
Monday, May 23, 1977Empire TheatreLiverpool, England Opening for Nils Lofgren
Tuesday, May 24, 1977Newcastle City HallNewcastle upon Tyne, England Opening for Nils Lofgren
Wednesday, May 25, 1977PlayhouseEdinburgh, Scotland Opening for Nils Lofgren
Thursday, May 26, 1977Glasgow ApolloGlasgow, Scotland Opening for Nils Lofgren
Monday, May 30, 1977Pinkpop Festival
Burgemeester Damen Sportpark
Geleen, Netherlands  
Tuesday, May 31, 1977Cirque RoyalBrussels, BelgiumSetlist 
Wednesday, June 1, 1977Pavillion de ParisParis, FranceSetlistOpening for the Kinks with Nils Lofgren
Thursday, June 2, 1977Schauspiel FrankfurtFrankfurt, Germany Opening for Nils Lofgren
Saturday, June 4, 1977ParadisoAmsterdam, Netherlands  
Monday, June 6, 1977OlympenLund, Sweden  
Sunday, June 12, 1977Manchester Free Trade HallManchester, England  
Tuesday, June 14, 1977WDR StudioCologne, Germany Taping of Rockpalast
Thursday, June 16, 1977Top of the Pops broadcast--  
Thursday, June 16, 1977Birmingham Town HallBirmingham, England With the Boomtown Rats
Friday, June 17, 1977Cardiff UniversityCardiff, Wales With the Boomtown Rats
Saturday, June 18, 1977Aylesbury Friars ClubAylesbury, England With the Boomtown Rats
Sunday, June 19, 1977Rainbow TheatreLondon, England With the Boomtown Rats
Monday, June 20, 1977Club LafayetteWolverhampton, England With the Boomtown Rats
Tuesday, June 21, 1977TV Special--, Belgium  
Friday, June 24, 1977Exeter UniversityExeter, england  
Saturday, June 25, 1977Hull UniversityKingston Upon Hull, England  
Friday, August 5, 1977Paramount TheatrePortland, Oregon With the Ramones and Mink DeVille
Wednesday, August 10, 1977Old WaldorfSan Francisco, California  
Thursday, August 11, 1977Old WaldorfSan Francisco, California  
Friday, August 12, 1977Whisky a Go-GoWest Hollywood, California  
Saturday, August 13, 1977Whisky a Go-GoWest Hollywood, California  
Thursday, September 8, 1977Paramount TheatrePortland, Oregon Opening for Be Bop Deluxe
Saturday, September 10, 1977WinterlandSan Francisco, California Opening for Be Bop Deluxe
Sunday, September 11, 1977Warnors TheatreFresno, California Opening for Be Bop Deluxe
Monday, September 12, 1977The CatalystSanta Cruz, California With the Rubinoos
Wednesday, September 14, 1977Santa Monica Civic AuditoriumSanta Monica, California Opening for Be Bop Deluxe
Thursday, September 15, 1977Santa Monica Civic AuditoriumSanta Monica, California Opening for Be Bop Deluxe
Friday, September 16, 1977Celebrity TheatrePhoenix, Arizona Opening for Be Bop Deluxe
Saturday, October 29, 1977Yakima Valley Community CollegeYakima, Washington Opening for the J. Geils Band
Monday, November 7, 1977Santa Monica Civic AuditoriumSanta Monica, California Opening for Nektar
Monday, November 14, 1977Agora BallroomCleveland, Ohio Opening for Meat Loaf
Tuesday, November 15, 1977Painesville AgoraPainesville, Ohio Opening for Meat Loaf
Saturday, November 19, 1977Bottom LineNew York City, New York With the Dingoes
Sunday, November 20, 1977Bottom LineNew York City, New York With the Dingoes
Wednesday, November 23, 1977Civic ArenaPittsburgh, Pennsylvania Opening for the J. Geils Band
Saturday, November 26, 1977Tower TheatrePhiladelphia, Pennsylvania Opening for Rush
Tuesday, November 29, 1977My Father's PlaceRoslyn, New YorkSetlistWLIR-FM broadcast
Wednesday, November 30, 1977Palace TheatreAlbany, New York Opening for Edgar Winter
Friday, December 2, 1977Riveria TheaterChicago, IllinoisReviewWith Elvis Costello and the Attractions
You're Gonna Get It! 1978
Monday, April 10, 1978Del Mar TheaterSanta Cruz, California  
Sunday, May 7, 1978NBC StudiosBurbank, California taping of Midnight Special (broadcast June 2)
Thursday,, May 11, 1978Montezuma Hall, San Diego State UniversitySan Diego, CaliforniaReview 
Saturday, May 13, 1978Freeborn Hall, University of California DavisDavis, California  
Sunday, May 14, 1978University of California RiversideRiverside, California  
Monday, May 15, 1978Civic AuditoriumSanta Cruz, CaliforniaReview 
Saturday, June 3, 1978Stanford Memorial AuditorumPalo Alto, CaliforniaReview 
Monday, June 5, 1978Santa Monica Civic AuditoriumSanta Monica, CaliforniaReview 
Friday, June 9, 1978Chico State GymChico, California  
Saturday, June 10, 1978WinterlandSan Francisco, California with Earth Quake and David Johansen
Sunday, June 11, 1978Veterans MemorialSanta Rosa, California with Sarah Baker
Monday, June 12, 1978Lane County FairgroundsEugene, Oregon  
Wednesday, June 14, 1978Paramount TheatrePortland, Oregon  
Thursday, June 15, 1978Commodore BallroomVancouver, Canada  
Tuesday, June 20, 1978BBC StudiosLondon, England Old Grey Whistle Test
Saturday, June 24, 1978Knebworth FestivalHertfordshire, England  
Tuesday, June 27, 1978Marquee ClubLondon, England  
Thurday, July 6, 1978FactoryJacksonville, Florida Opening for the Patti Smith Group
Friday, July 7, 1978Curtis Hixon HallTampa, FloridaReview Opening for the Patti Smith Group
Saturday, July 8, 1978Miami Jai Alai FrontonMiami, Florida Opening for the Patti Smith Group
Wednesday, July 12, 1978Cobo HallDetroit, Michigan opening for Journey
Thursday, July 13, 1978Music HallCleveland, Ohio with Derringer
Friday, July 14, 1978PalladiumNew York City, New YorkSetlist
Review
with Derringer and Carillo
Saturday, June 15, 1978Paramount TheatreAsbury Park, New Jersey with U.K.
Sunday, July 16, 1978Paradise TheaterBoston, MassachusettsSetlist
Review
King Biscuit Flower Hour broadcast
Monday, July 17, 1978Warner TheaterWashington, D.C.  
Tuesday, July 18, 1978Tower TheaterPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania with Mink DeVille
Saturday, July 22, 1978Cape Cod ColiseumSouth Yarmouth, Massachussetts opening for the J. Geils Band
Friday, July 28, 1978Calderone Concert HallHempstead, New York opening for the J. Geils Band
Tuesday, August 1, 1978Civic CenterOklahome City, Oklahome Opening for the Kinks
Thursday, August 3, 1978The WarehouseNew Orleans, LouisianaSetlistOpening for the Kinks
Saturday, August 5, 1978Fox TheaterAtlanta, Georgia Opening for the Kinks with Blondie
Sunday, August 6, 1978Fox TheaterAtlanta, Georgia Opening for the Kinks with Blondie
Sunday, August 13, 1978Dallas Convention CenterDallas, Texas Opening for Kansas
Saturday, September 9, 1978Music HallHouston, Texas  
Sunday, September 10, 1978Opry HouseAustin, Texas  
Thursday, September 14, 1978Kiel Opera HouseSt. Louis, Missouri  
Saturday, September 16, 1978Uptown TheatreKansas City, Missouri  
Wednesday, September 20, 1978Memorial AuditoriumLouisville, Kentucky  
Friday, September 22, 1978Circle TheaterIndianapolis, Indiana  
Saturday, September 23, 1978Rivieria TheaterChicago, Illinois  
September --, 1978State TheatreMinneapolis, Minnesota Gary Busey joins band for encore
 
Friday, December 29, 1978Redding Civic AuditoriumRedding, California with the Greg Kihn Band
Saturday, December 30, 1978WinterlandSan Francisco, CaliforniaSetlistwith the Greg Kihn Band
Sunday, December 31, 1978Santa Monica Civic AuditoriumSanta Monica, California with the Greg Kihn Band
special guest: Del Shannon
Damn the Torpedoes 1979-1980
Opening Acts: The Fabulous Poodles, Tommy Tutone
Monday, July 23, 1979Sherwood HallSalinas, CaliforniaSetlist'The Lawsuit Tour'
with the Greg Kihn Band
Tuesday, July 24, 1979Santa Cruz Civic AuditoriumSanta Cruz, California 'The Lawsuit Tour'
with the Rebels
Wednesday, July 25, 1979Sacramento Community TheaterSacramento, CaliforniaSetlist'The Lawsuit Tour'
with the Greg Kihn Band
Saturday, July 28, 1979Universal AmphitheaterUniversal City, California 'The Lawsuit Tour'
Sunday, July 29, 1979Universal AmphitheaterUniversal City, California 'The Lawsuit Tour'
 
Saturday, September 22, 1979Madison Square GardenNew York City, New YorkReviewMusicans United for Safe Energy (No Nukes)
Saturday, November 10, 1979NBC Studio 8-HNew York City, New York Saturday Night Live (Season 5, Episode 95)
Refugee/Don't Do Me Like That
Sunday, November 11, 1979PalladiumNew York City, New YorkSetlist
Review #1
Review #2
Photo
 
Tuesday, November 13, 1979Tower TheaterPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania  
Friday, November 16, 1979Masonic TempleDetroit, MichiganReview 
Saturday, November 17, 1979Palace TheatreCleveland, OhioReview #1
Review #2
 
Sunday, November 18, 1979Seneca CollegeToronto, Ontario  
Monday, November 19, 1979Orpheum TheaterBoston, MassachussetsReviewPostponed from Nov. 14
Friday, November 23, 1979Aragon BallroomChicago, Illinois  
Sunday, November 25, 1979St Paul Civic TheatreSt. Paul, Minnesota  
Friday, November 30, 1979Tennessee TheatreNashville, Tennessee Canceled
Saturday, December 1, 1979Fox TheaterAtlanta, Georgia  
Wednesday, December 5, 1979Opry HouseAustin, Texas  
Thursday, December 6, 1979Music HallHouston, TexasSetlist 
Sunday, December 23, 1979Paramount TheatreSeattle, Washington  
Thursday, December 27, 1979The GardensVancouver, British Columbia  
Monday, December 31, 1979Oakland ColiseumOakland, California  
Tuesday, January 1, 1980Dallas Convention Center TheatreDallas, Texas  
Tuesday, January 8, 1980Civic CenterOklahoma City, Oklahoma  
Wednesday, January 9, 1980Tulsa Municipal TheatreTulsa, Oklahoma  
Friday, January 11, 1980Memorial HallKansas City, Missouri  
Saturday, January 12, 1980Kiel Opera HouseSt. Louis, Missouri  
Sunday, January 13, 1980Civic Auditorium Music HallOmaha, NebraskaReview 
Friday, January 18, 1980Golden HallSan Diego, CaliforniaReview 
Sunday, January 20, 1980Inglewood ForumInglewood, CaliforniaSetlist
Review
 
Monday, January 21, 1980Whisky A Go-GoWest Hollywood, CaliforniaSetlist 
Wednesday, January 23, 1980Symphony HallPhoenix, ArizonaSetlist 
Saturday, January 26, 1980Main Auditorium, University of ArizonaTuscon, Arizona  
Sunday, January 27, 1980University of CaliforniaSanta Barbara, CaliforniaSetlistPostponed from Jan. 19
Sunday, March 2, 1980Birmingham OdeonBirmingham, England  
Monday, March 3, 1980Manchester ApolloManchester, England  
Thursday, March 6, 1980Hammersmith OdeonLondon, EnglandReview 
Friday, March 7, 1980Hammersmith OdeonLondon, EnglandSetlistKing Biscuit Flower Hour broadcast
Tuesday, March 11, 1980Théatre l'EmpireParis, FranceSetlist'Chorus' TV show
Monday, March 24, 1980Oxford PolytechnicOxford, England Rock Goes To College (broadcast date)
Wednesday, April 16, 1980Mainichi HallOsaka, Japan  
Thursday, April 17, 1980Kinrou-KaikanNagoya, JapanSetlist 
Saturday, April 19, 1980Yomiuri Hall Tokyo, Japan  
Monday, April 21, 1980Yomiuri Hall Tokyo, Japan  
Tuesday, April 22, 1980Yomiuri Hall Tokyo, JapanSetlist 
Saturday, April 26, 1980Capitol TheatreSydney, AustraliaReview 
Sunday, April 27, 1980Capitol TheatreSydney, AustraliaReview 
Tuesday, April 29, 1980Festival HallBrisbane, Australia  
Thursday, May 1, 1980Palais TheatreMelbourne, Australia  
Friday, May 2, 1980Palais TheatreMelbourne, Australia  
Saturday, May 3, 1980Jubilee PavilionAdelaide, Australia  
Tuesday, May 6, 1980The CivicChristchurch, New Zealand  
Thursday, May 8, 1980Wellington Show & SportsWellington, New Zealand  
Sunday, May 11, 1980International CenterHonolulu, Hawaii  
Friday, June 6, 1980ABC-TV StudiosHollywood, California 'Fridays' TV show
Monday, June 9, 1980Red Rocks AmphitheatreDenver, Colorado  
Saturday, June 14, 1980Memorial ColiseumFort Wayne, Indiana  
Tuesday, June 17, 1980Pine Knob Music TheatreClarkson, Michigan  
Wednesday, June 18, 1980Poplar Creek Music TheaterHoffman Estates, IllinoisReview 
Friday, June 20, 1980Blossom Music CenterCuyahoga Falls, OhioReview 
Saturday, June 21, 1980Merriweather Post PavillionColumbia, Maryland  
Wednesday, June 25, 1980Saratoga Performing Arts CenterSaratoga Springs, New York  
Friday, June 27, 1980Capitol TheaterPassaic, New Jersey  
Wednesday, July 2, 1980Augusta Civic CenterAugusta, MaineReview  
Thursday, July 3, 1980Ocean State TheatreProvidence, Rhode IslandReview 
Friday, July 4, 1980Palladium New York City, New YorkReview 
Saturday, July 5, 1980PalladiumNew York City, New York  
Sunday, July 6, 1980PalladiumNew York City, New York  
Tuesday, July 8, 1980The SpectrumPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania  
Wednesday, July 9, 1980The SpectrumPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania  
Thursday, July 10, 1980Stanley TheatrePittsburgh, PennsylvaniaReview 
Friday, July 11, 1980Mosque TheatreRichmond, VirginiaSetlist
Review
 
Tuesday, July 15, 1980Bayfront CenterSt. Petersburg, FloridaReview #1
Review #2
 
Friday, July 18, 1980Hollywood SportatoriumPembroke Pines, Florida  
July --, 1980Orlando-Seminole Jai Alai FrontonOrlando, FloridaReview 
Hard Promises 1981
Opening Acts: Fabulous Thunderbirds, Split Enz, Joe Ely
Wednesday, June 10, 1981Market Square ArenaIndianapolis, Indiana  
Sunday, June 14, 1981Centennial Hall, University of ToledoToledo, Ohio  
Tuesday, June 16, 1981Richfield ColiseumRichfield, Ohio  
Wednesday, June 17, 1981Rosemont HorizonChicago, IllinoisSetlist 
Thursday, June 18, 1981Cobo HallDetroit, MichiganSetlist
Review
 
Sunday, June 21, 1981Red Rocks AmphitheatreDenver, Colorado  
Monday, June 22, 1981--Hollywood, California Rockline radio show
Wednesday, June 24, 1981Aladdin TheatreLas Vegas, Nevada  
Thursday, June 25, 1981Zephyr LoungeReno, Nevada  
Friday, June 26, 1981Cow PalaceDaly City, CaliforniaSetlistSpecial Guest: Stevie Nicks
Sunday, June 28, 1981The ForumLos Angeles, CaliforniaReviewSpecial Guest: Stevie Nicks
Monday, June 29, 1981The ForumLos Angeles, California Special Guest: Stevie Nicks
Saturday, June 30, 1981The ForumLos Angeles, California Special Guest: Stevie Nicks
Saturday, July 4, 1981Pacific ColiseumVancouver, British Columbia  
Sunday, July 5, 1981HEC Edmundson PavillionSeattle, WashingtonSetlist 
Monday, July 6, 1981Astor ParkSeattle, Washington  
Wednesday, July 8, 1981Memorial ColiseumPortland, Oregon  
Thursday, July 16, 1981NBC StudiosNew York City, New York The Tomorrow Show
Saturday, July 18, 1981Castle FarmsCharlevoix, Michigan  
Monday, July 20, 1981Ottawa Civic CentreOttawa, Ontario  
Tuesday, July 21, 1981Le ForumMontreal, Quebec  
Wednesday, July 22, 1981Maple Leaf GardensToronto, OntarioSetlist 
Friday, July 24, 1981New Haven Veterans Memorial ColiseumNew Haven, Connecticut  
Sunday, July 26, 1981Saratoga Performing Arts CenterSaratoga Springs, New YorkReview 
Monday, July 27, 1981The SpectrumPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania  
Tuesday, July 28, 1981War MemorialRochester, New York  
Thursday, July 30, 1981Meadowlands ArenaEast Rutherford, New JerseyReviewSpecial Guest: Stevie Nicks
Friday, July 31, 1981Merriweather Post PavillionColumbia, Maryland  
Saturday, August 1, 1981Municipal AuditoriumNorfolk, VirginiaSetlist 
Monday, August 3, 1981Stabler Arena, Lehigh UniversityBethlehem, PennsylvaniaSetlist 
Tuesday, August 4, 1981Civic ArenaPittsburgh, PennsylvaniaReview #1
Review #2
 
Thursday, August 6, 1981Nassau ColiseumUniondale, New York  
Friday, August 7, 1981Boston GardenBoston, MassachusettsSetlist 
Saturday, August 8, 1981Civic CenterProvidence, Rhode Island  
Monday, August 10, 1981Memorial AuditoriumBuffalo, New York  
Tuesday, August 11, 1981Irving TheatreIndianapolis, Indiana  
Wednesday, August 12, 1981Kiel Opera HouseSt. Louis, Missouri  
Friday, August 14, 1981Met CenterMinneapolis, MinnesotaReview #1
Review #2
 
Saturday, August 15, 1981Civic AuditoriumOmaha, Nebraska  
Sunday, August 16, 1981Alpine Valley Music TheatreEast Troy, WisconsinSetlist
Review #1
Review #2
 
Tuesday, August 18, 1981Westpost AmphitheatreKansas City, Missouri  
Sunday, September 6, 1981Cal Expo RacetrackSacramento, CaliforniaSetlistSpecial Guest: Stevie Nicks
Tuesday, September 15, 1981Tucson Convention CenterTuscon, Arizona  
Thursday, September 17, 1981Well Fargos ArenaTempe, Arizona  
Friday, September 18, 1981Irvine MeadowsIrvine, CaliforniaSetlist
Review
Special Guest: Stevie Nicks
Saturday, September 19, 1981Irvine MeadowsIrvine, CaliforniaSetlistSpecial Guest: Stevie Nicks
Tuesday, September 22, 1981The SummitHouston, Texas  
Wednesday, September 23, 1981Reunion ArenaDallas, Texas  
Thursday, September 24, 1981Frank Erwin CenterAustin, Texas  
Friday, September 25, 1981Lloyd Noble CenterNorman, Oklahoma  
Sunday, September 27, 1981LSU Assembly CenterBaton Rouge, Louisiana  
Tuesday, September 29, 1981The OmniAtlanta, GeorgiaReviewSpecial Guest: Stevie Nicks
Wednesday, September 30, 1981Savannah Civic CenterSavannah, Georgia Special Guest: Stevie Nicks
Friday, October 2, 1981Lakeland Civic CenterLakeland, FloridaSetlist
Review
Special Guest: Stevie Nicks
Saturday, October 3, 1981Veteran's Memorial ColiseumJacksonville, Florida Special Guest: Stevie Nicks
Tuesday, October 6, 1981Bayfront CenterSt. Petersburg, FloridaSetlist
Review
Special Guest: Stevie Nicks
Wednesday, October 7, 1981O'Connell CenterGainesville, FloridaSetlistSpecial Guest: Stevie Nicks
 
Thursday, December 8, 1981Dooley'sTempe, Arizona Tom guests with Del Shannon
Thursday, December 10, 1981The Country ClubReseda, California Tom guests with Del Shannon
Long After Dark 1982-1983
Opening act ('83): Nick Lowe & His Noise To Go
Sunday, June 6, 1982Peace Sunday
Rose Bowl 
Pasadena, California  
Wednesday, September 1, 1982Civic AuditoriumSanta Cruz, California  
Thursday, September 2, 1982Civic AuditoriumSanta Cruz, California  
Saturday, September 4, 1982U.S. Festival
Glen Helen Regional Park
Devore, California  
Sunday, September 19, 1982Whisky a Go-GoWest Hollywood, CaliforniaPhotoTom and Benmont guest with the Plimsouls
Tuesday, November 30, 1982Forest NationalBrussels, Belgium  
Friday, December 3, 1982Baltard PavilionNogent-sur-Marne, FranceSetlist 
Saturday, December 4, 1982Muziekcentrum VredenburgUtrecht, NetherlandsSetlist 
Tuesday, December 7, 1982Wembley ArenaLondon, EnglandSetlistWith Dave Edmunds; BBC radio broadcast
Wednesday, December 8, 1982Manchester ApolloManchester, England  
Thursday, December 9, 1982Edinburgh PlayhouseEdinburgh, ScotlandSetlist 
Friday, December 10, 1982Apollo TheatreCoventry, EnglandSetlist 
Sunday, December 12, 1982Brighton Conference CenterBrighton, England  
Tuesday, December 14, 1982Deutsches Museum KongresshalleMunich, GermanySetlist 
Wednesday, December 15, 1982MusensaalMannheim, Germany  
Friday, December 17, 1982MusikalleHamburg, Germany  
Saturday, December 18, 1982WestfalenhalleDortmund, Germany  
Sunday, December 19, 1982MetropolBerlin, Germany  
Monday, December 20, 1982StatdhalleOffenbach, Germany  
Tuesday, December 21, 1982HemmerleinhalleNuremberg, Germany  
December --, 1982IsstadionStockholm, Sweden  
Saturday, January 22, 1983Arizona Memorial ColiseumPhoenix, Arizona  
Sunday, January 23, 1983Tuscon Convention CenterTuscon, Arizona  
Monday, January 24, 1983UTEP Don Haskins CenterEl Paso, Texas  
Wednesday, January 26, 1983Myriad ArenaOklahome City, Oklahoma  
Thursday, January 27, 1983Frank Erwin CenterAustin, TexasReview 
Friday, January 28, 1983The SummitHouston, Texas  
Sunday, January 30, 1983Reunion ArenaDallas, Texas  
Tuesday, February 1, 1983Municipal AuditoriumShreveport, Louisiana  
Thursday, February 3, 1983Mid-South ColiseumMemphis, Tennessee  
Friday, February 4, 1983The OmniAtlanta, Georgia  
Sunday, February 6, 1983Charlotte ColiseumCharlotte, North Carolina  
Tuesday, February 8, 1983West Palm Beach AuditoriumWest Palm Beach, Florida  
Friday, February 11, 1983Bayfront ArenaSt. Petersburg, FloridaReview 
Sunday, February 13, 1983
The PalaceGainesville, Florida  
Monday, February 14, 1983Grand Ole Opry HouseNashville, Tennessee  
Tuesday, February 15, 1983Louisville GardensLouisville, Kentucky  
Thursday, February 17, 1983Stabler Arena, Lehigh UniversityBethehem, PennsylvaniaSetlist
Review
 
Friday, February 18, 1983Pittsburgh Civic ArenaPittsburgh, Pennsylvania  
Saturday, February 19, 1983NBC Studio 8-HNew York City, New York Saturday Night Live (Season 8, episode 152).
The Waiting/Change of Heart
Friday, February 25, 1983Hammons Student CenterSpringfield, Missouri  
Saturday, February 26, 1983Kiel Opera HouseSt. Louis, Missouri  
Wednesday, March 2, 1983Colorado University Events CenterBoulder, Colorado  
Friday, March 4, 1983SIU ArenaCarbondale, Illinois  
Saturday, March 5, 1983Municipal AuditoriumKansas City, MissouriSetlist 
Sunday, March 6, 1983Omaha Civic AuditoriumOmaha, Missouri  
Friday, March 11, 1983Met CenterBloomington, Minnesota  
Saturday, March 12, 1983Five Seasons CenterCedar Rapids, IowaReview #1
Review #2
 
Monday, March 14, 1983MECCA ArenaMilwaukee, WisconsinSetlist
Review
 
Tuesday, March 15, 1983Rosemont HorizonChicago, Illinois  
Thursday, March 17, 1983Market Square ArenaIndianapolis, IndianaSetlist 
Friday, March 18, 1983Cobo ArenaDetroit, Michigan  
Saturday, March 19, 1983Richfield ColieumRichfield, Ohio  
Monday, March 21, 1983Memorial AuditoriumBuffalo, New YorkReview 
Tuesday, March 22, 1983Broome County ArenaBinghamton, New York  
Thursday, March 24, 1983Worcester Centrum CenterWorcester, MassachusettsReview 
Friday, March 25, 1983Providence Civic CenterProvidence, Rhode IslandSetlist 
Saturday, March 26, 1983New Haven ColiseumNew Haven, Connecticut  
Monday, March 28, 1983Civic Arena TheaterPittsburgh, Pennsylvania  
Tuesday, March 29, 1983William and Mary CollegeWillamsburg, Virginia  
Thursday, March 31, 1983Nassau ColiseumUniondale, New YorkSetlist 
Friday, April 1, 1983Brendan Byrne ArenaEast Rutherford, New JerseySetlist
Review
 
Saturday, April 2, 1983The SpectrumPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania  
Friday, April 8, 1983Seattle ColiseumSeattle, Washington  
Wednesday, April 13, 1983Cow PalaceDaly City, CaliforniaSetlist 
Thursday, April 14, 1983Kabuki TheatreSan Francisco, CaliforniaSetlist 
Friday, April 15, 1983CSUF AmphitheatreFresno, California  
Tuesday, April 19, 1983Universal AmphitheaterUniversal City, CaliforniaReview 
Thursday, April 21, 1983Universal AmphitheaterUniversal City, CaliforniaSetlist 
Saturday, April 23, 1983Jack Murphy StadiumSan Diego, California  
Monday, April 25, 1983Universal AmphitheaterUniversal City, California  
Wednesday, June 1, 1983Bakersfield Centennial GardenBakersfield, California  
Saturday, June 4, 1983Mountain Aire '83
Calaveras County Fairgrounds
Angels Camp, California  
Sunday, June 5, 1983Mountain Aire '83
Calaveras County Fairgrounds
Angels Camp, California  
Wednesday, June 8, 1983Red Rocks AmphitheatreDenver, Colorado  
Friday, June 10, 1983Irvine Meadows AmphitheatreIrvine, California  
 
Tuesday, September 13, 1983Radio City Music HallNew York City, New York Tom guests with Stevie Nicks
Southern Accents 1985
Opening Act: Lone Justice
Thursday, June 6, 1985Kiel Opera HouseSt. Louis, Missouri  
Saturday, June 8, 1985Ohio CenterColumbus, OhioSetlist 
Sunday, June 9, 1985Merriweather Post PavilionColumbia, Maryland  
Tuesday, June 11, 1985Worchester Centrum CenterWorchester, Massachussetts  
Friday, June 14, 1985Mann Music CenterPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania  
Saturday, June 15, 1985Meadowlands ArenaEast Rutherford, New JerseyReview 
Sunday, June 16, 1985Saratoga Performing Arts CenterSaratoga Springs, New YorkSetlist  
Tuesday, June 18, 1985Blossom Music CenterCuyahoga Falls, Ohio  
Wednesday, June 19, 1985Indianapolis Music Sports CenterIndianapolis, Indiana  
Friday, June 21, 1985Pine Knob Music CenterClarkson, Michigan  
Saturday, June 22, 1985Poplar Creek Music TheaterHoffman Estates, IllinoisReview 
Sunday, June 23, 1985Alpine Valley Music TheatreEast Troy, WisconsinReview 
Tuesday, June 25, 1985Civic CenterSt. Paul, MinnesotaSetlist 
Wednesday, June 26, 1985Kemper ArenaKansas City, Missouri  
Friday, June 28, 1985Civic ArenaOmaha, Nebraska  
Saturday, June 29, 1985Mohawk ParkTulsa, Oklahoma  
Tuesday, July 2, 1985Lloyd Noble CenterNorman, OklahomaSetlist 
Wednesday, July 3, 1985Frank Erwin CenterAustin, Texas  
Friday, July 5, 1985Reunion ArenaDallas, TexasSetlist 
Saturday, July 6, 1985Convention CenterSan Antonio, TexasSetlist 
Sunday, July 7, 1985The SummitHouston, TexasReview 
Tuesday, July 9, 1985Municipal AuditoriumNashville, Tennessee  
Thursday, July 11, 1985The OmniAtlanta, Georgia  
Friday, July 12, 1985USF Sun DomeTampa, FloridaSetlist
Review
Special Guest: Roger McGuinn
Saturday, July 13, 1985JFK StadiumPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaReviewLive Aid
American Girl/The Waiting/Rebels/Refugee
Sunday, July 14, 1985Jones Beach AmphitheaterWantagh, New YorkSetlist 
Saturday, July 20, 1985Lawlor Events CenterReno, Nevada  
Sunday, July 21, 1985Cal Expo AmphitheaterSacramento, California  
Wednesday, July 24, 1985Seattle Center ColiseumSeattle, WashingtonSetlist 
Friday, July 26, 1985Greek TheatreBerkeley, CaliforniaSetlistSpecial Guest: Dave Stewart
Saturday, July 27, 1985Chronicle PavilionConcord, CaliforniaSetlist
Review
 
Tuesday, July 30, 1985Compton TerracePhoenix, ArizonaSetlistSpecial Guest: Stevie Nicks
Thursday, August 1, 1985The ForumLos Angeles, CaliforniaReview #1
Review #2
 
Sunday, August 4, 1985Universal AmphitheaterUniversal City, California  
Monday, August 5, 1985--Costa Mesa, California  
Tuesday, August 6, 1985Wiltern TheaterLos Angeles, CaliforniaSetlist 
Wednesday, August 7, 1985Wiltern TheaterLos Angeles, California  
Friday, August 9, 1985Sports ArenaSan Diego, Calfornia  
 
Tuesday, September 17, 1985Mulholland Tomorrow Benefit
Universal Amphitheater
Universal City, California  
Thursday, September 19, 1985Sanctuary BenefitTuscon, Arizona  
Sunday, September 22, 1985Farm Aid
Memorial Stadium
Champaign, Illinois  
True Confessions 1986(w. Bob Dylan)
Wednesday, February 5, 1986Athletic ParkWellington, New Zealand Review 
Friday, February 7, 1986Mt. Smart StadiumAuckland, New Zealand  
Monday, February 10, 1986Entertainment CentreSydney, Australia  
Tuesday, February 11, 1986Entertainment CentreSydney, Australia Special Guest: Stevie Nicks
Wednesday, February 12, 1986Entertainment CentreSydney, Australia Special Guest: Stevie Nicks
Thursday, February 13, 1986Entertainment CentreSydney, Australia  
Saturday, February 15, 1986Memorial DriveAdelaide, Australia  
Monday, February 17, 1986Perth Entertainment CentrePerth, Australia  
Tuesday, February 18, 1986Perth Entertainment CentrePerth, Australia  
Thursday, February 20, 1986Kooyong StadiumMelbourne, AustraliaReview 
Friday, February 21, 1986Kooyong StadiumMelbourne, Australia  
Saturday, February 22, 1986Kooyong StadiumMelbourne, Australia  
Monday, February 24, 1986Entertainment CentreSydney, Australia  
Tuesday, February 25, 1986Entertainment CentreSydney, Australia  
Friday, February 28, 1986Lang ParkBrisbane, Australia  
Saturday, March 1, 1986Lang ParkBrisbane, Australia  
Wednesday, March 5, 1986Nippon Budokan HallTokyo, Japan  
Thursday, March 6, 1986Osaka-jō HallOsaka, Japan  
Saturday, March 8, 1986Nagoya-TaiikukanNagoya, Japan  
Monday, March 10, 1986Nippon Budokan HallTokyo, Japan  
 
Friday, June 6, 1986Conspiracy of Hope Benefit
The Forum
Los Angeles, California  
Monday, June 9, 1986San Diego Sports ArenaSan Diego, CaliforniaReview #1
Review #2
Review #3
 
Wednesday, June 11, 1986Lawlor Events CenterReno, Nevada  
Thursday, June 12, 1986Cal Expo AmphitheatreSacramento, California  
Friday, June 13, 1986Greek TheatreBerkeley, California  
Saturday, June 14, 1986Greek TheatreBerkeley, California  
Monday, June 16, 1986Pacific AmphitheaterCosta Mesa, CaliforniaReview 
Tuesday, June 17, 1986Pacific AmphitheaterCosta Mesa, California  
Wednesday, June 18, 1986Veterans Memorial ColiseumPhoenix, ArizonaReview 
Friday, June 20, 1986Southern Star AmphitheaterHouston, TexasReview 
Saturday, June 21, 1986Frank Erwin CenterAustin, Texas  
Sunday, June 22, 1986Reunion ArenaDallas, Texas  
Tuesday, June 24, 1986Market Square ArenaIndianapolis, Indiana  
Thursday, June 26, 1986Hubert M. Humphrey MetrodomeMinneapolis, MinnesotaReview 
Friday, June 27, 1986Alpine Valley AmphitheaterEast Troy, Wisconsin  
Sunday, June 29, 1986Poplar Creek Music TheaterHoffman Estates, Illinois  
Monday, June 30, 1986Pine Knob Music TheaterClarkson, Michigan  
Tuesday, July 1, 1986Pine Knob Music TheaterClarkson, Michigan  
Wednesday, July 2, 1986Rubber BowlAkron, OhioReview #1
Review #2
 
Friday, July 4, 1986Rich StadiumBuffalo, New York  
Sunday, July 6, 1986RFK StadiumWashington, D.C.  
Monday, July 7, 1986RFK StadiumWashington, D.C.  
Tuesday, July 8, 1986Great Woods Performing Arts CenterMansfield, Massachusetts  
Wednesday, July 9, 1986Great Woods Performing Arts CenterMansfield, Massachusetts  
Friday, July 11, 1986Civic Center AuditoriumHartford, Connecticut  
Sunday, July 13, 1986Saratoga Performing Arts CenterSaratoga Springs, New YorkReview 
Tuesday, July 15, 1986Madison Square GardenNew York City, New York  
Wednesday, July 16, 1986Madison Square GardenNew York City, New York  
Thursday, July 17, 1986Madison Square GardenNew York City, New York  
Saturday, July 19, 1986The SpectrumPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania Review 
Sunday, July 20, 1986The Spectrum Philadelphia, Pennsylvania  
Monday, July 21, 1986Meadowlands Brendan T. Byrne Sports ArenaEast Rutherford, New Jersey   
Tuesday, July 22, 1986Great Woods Performing Arts Center Mansfield, Massachusetts  
Thursday, July 24, 1986Sandstone AmphitheaterBonner Springs, Kansas  
Saturday, July 26, 1986Red Rocks AmphitheaterMorrison, Colorado  
Sunday, July 27, 1986Red Rocks AmphitheaterMorrison, Colorado  
Tuesday, July 29, 1986Memorial ColiseumPortland, Oregon  
Thursday, July 31, 1986Tacoma DomeTacoma, Washington  
Friday, August 1, 1986The B.C. PlaceVancouver, British ColumbiaReview 
Sunday, August 3, 1986The ForumLos Angeles, CaliforniaReview 
Tuesday, August 5, 1986Shoreline AmphitheaterMountain View, California  
Wednesday, August 6, 1986Mid-State FairgroundPaso Robles, California  
 
Monday, October 13, 1986Bridge School Benefit
Shoreline Amphitheater
Mountain View, CaliforniaReview 
Rock 'n' Roll Caravan 1987(w. the Georgia Satellites & Del Fuegos)
Tuesday, May 26, 1987--Tuscon, Arizona  
Wednesday, May 27, 1987Arizona State University Activity CenterTempe, ArizonaReview #1
Review #2
Review #3
 
Friday, May 29, 1987Frank Erwin CenterAustin, Texas  
Saturday, May 30, 1987The SummitHouston, TexasReview 
Monday, June 1, 1987Reunion ArenaDallas, TexasSetlist 
Thursday, June 4, 1987Concord PavillonConcord, California  
Friday, June 5, 1987Shoreline AmphitheaterMountain View, California  
Saturday, June 6, 1987Pacific AmphitheatreCosta Mesa, CaliforniaReview 
Monday, June 8, 1987Universal AmphitheaterUniversal City, CaliforniaReview 
Tuesday, June 9, 1987Universal AmphitheaterUniversal City, California  
Thursday, June 11, 1987Universal AmphitheaterUniversal City, California  
Friday, June 12, 1987Universal AmphitheaterUniversal City, California  
Monday, June 15, 1987Omaha Civic AuditoriumOmaha, Nebraska  
Tuesday, June 16, 1987Met CenterBloomington, Minnesota  
Thursday, June 18, 1987Pine Knob Music TheaterClarkson, MichiganSetlist 
Friday, June 19, 1987Alpine ValleyEast Troy, WisconsinReview 
Saturday, June 20, 1987Poplar Creek Music TheaterHoffman Estates, Illinois  
Monday, June 22, 1987Pittsburgh Civic ArenaPittsburgh, PennsylvaniaReview #1
Review #2
Review #3
 
Tuesday, June 23, 1987Blossom Music CenterCuyahoga Falls, OhioSetlist
Review #1
Review #2
Review #3
 
Wednesday, June 24, 1987Deer Creek Music CenterNoblesville, Indiana  
Friday, June 26, 1987Saratoga Performing Arts CenterSaratoga Springs, New YorkReview #1 
Saturday, June 27, 1987Great Woods Performing Arts CenterMansfield, MassachusettsSetlist 
Sunday, July 5, 1987Kingswood Music TheatreMaple, Ontario  
Wednesday, July 8, 1987Madison Square GardenNew York City, New YorkReview 
Friday, July 10, 1987Jones Beach AmphitheaterWantagh, New YorkReview 
Saturday, July 11, 1987Garden State Arts CenterHolmdel, New Jersey  
Monday, July 13, 1987--Manchester, New Hampshire  
Tuesday, July 14, 1987--Syracuse, New York  
Thursday, July 16, 1987The SpectrumPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania  
Friday, July 17, 1987New Haven Veterans Memorial ColiseumNew Haven, ConnecticutSetlist 
Saturday, July 18, 1987Lakeside AmphitheatreDarien Center, New York  
Monday, July 20, 1987Merriweather Post PavillionColumbia, Maryland  
Wednesday, July 22, 1987The OmniAtlanta, Georgia  
Friday, July 24, 1987Memorial ColiseumJacksonville, FloridaSetlistFM Broadcast
Saturday, July 25, 1987West Palm Beach AuditoriumWest Palm Beach, FloridaReview 
Sunday, July 26, 1987USF Sun DomeTampa, FloridaReview #1
Review #2
 
Temple in Flames 1987 (w. Bob Dylan & Roger McGuinn)
Saturday, September 5, 1987Hayarkton Park Tel-Aviv, IsraelReview 
Monday, September 7, 1987Sultan's PoolJerusalem, Israel  
Thursday, September 10, 1987St. JacobshalleBasel, Switzerland  
Saturday, September 12, 1987Area Ex AutodromoModerna, Italy  
Sunday, September 13, 1987PalasportTurin, Italy  
Tuesday, September 15, 1987WestfalenhalleDortmund, West Germany  
Wednesday, September 16, 1987FrankenhalleNuremberg, West Germany  
Thursday, September 17, 1987Treptower FestwieseEast Berlin, East Germany  
Saturday, September 19, 1987Sportspaleis AhoyRotterdam, The Netherlands  
Sunday, September 20, 1987Messehalle 20Hanover, West Germany  
Monday, September 21, 1987Valby HallenCopenhagen, Denmark  
Wednesday, September 23, 1987JäähalliHelsinki, Finland  
Friday, September 25, 1987ScandinaviumGothernbeg, Sweden  
Saturday, September 26, 1987Johanneshovs IsstadionStockholm, Sweden  
Monday, September 28, 1987FesthalleFrankfurt, West Germany  
Tuesday, September 29, 1987Hanns Martin SchleyerhalleStuttgart, West Germany  
Wednesday, September 30, 1987OlympiahalleMunich, West Germany  
Thursday, October 1, 1987Arena di VeronaVerona, Italy  
Saturday, October 3, 1987Roma PalaeurRome, Italy  
Sunday, October 4, 1987Arena Civica di MilanoMilano, Italy  
Monday, October 5, 1987Piazza GrandeLocarno, Switzerland  
Wednesday, October 7, 1987P.O.P.B. BercyParis, France  
Thursday, October 8, 1987Vorst NationaalBrussels, Belgium  
Saturday, October 10, 1987National Exhibition CentreBirmingham, England  
Sunday, October 11, 1987National Exhibition CentreBirmingham, England  
Monday, October 12, 1987National Exhibition CentreBirmingham, England  
Wednesday, October 14, 1987Wembley ArenaLondon, England  
Thursday, October 15, 1987Wembley ArenaLondon, England  
Friday, October 16, 1987Wembley ArenaLondon, England  
Saturday, October 17, 1987Wembley ArenaLondon, England Special Guest: George Harrison
 
Sunday, December 4, 1988Bridge School Benefit
Oakland Coliseum
Oakland, California  
Strange Behavior Tour 1989
Opening act: The Replacements
Saturday, May 20, 1989NBC Studio 8-HNew York City, New York Saturday Night Live (Season 14, Episode 266)
Runnin' Down a Dream/Free Fallin'
Wednesday, July 5, 1989Miami ArenaMiami, Florida  
Thursday, July 6, 1989Bayfront Center ArenaSt. Petersburg, Florida Special Guest: Roger McGuinn
Saturday, July 8, 1989Orlando ArenaOrlando, FloridaReview 
Sunday, July 9, 1989Marcus, AmphitheaterMilwaukee, WisconsinReview #1
Review #2
 
Thursday, July 13, 1989The SummitHouston, TexasReview 
Friday, July 14, 1989Frank Erwin CenterAustin, Texas  
Saturday, July 15, 1989Starplex AmphitheatreDallas, Texas  
Monday, July 17, 1989Fiddler's Green AmphitheatreColorado Springs, Colorado  
Thursday, July 20, 1989Seattle Center ColiseumSeattle, Washington  
Saturday, July 22, 1989Shoreline AmphitheaterMountain View, California  
Sunday, July 23, 1989Cal Expo AmphitheatreSacramento, California  
Tuesday, July 25, 1989SDSU Open Air TheatreSan Diego, CaliforniaReview 
Wednesday, July 26, 1989ASU Activity CenterTempe, Arizona  
Thursday, July 27, 1989Pacific AmphitheatreCosta Mesa, California  
Saturday, July 29, 1989Universal AmphitheaterUniversal City, California  
Sunday, July 30, 1989Universal AmphitheaterUniversal City, California  
Monday, July 31, 1989Universal AmphitheaterUniversal City, California  
Friday, August 4, 1989Lakewood AmphitheatreAtlanta, Georgia  
Monday, August 7, 1989Pine KnobClarkson, Michigan  
Tuesday, August 8, 1989Blossom Music CenterCuyahoga Falls, OhioReview 
Thursday, August 10, 1989Poplar CreekHoffman Estates, IllinoisReview 
Friday, August 11, 1989Deer Creek Music CenterNoblesville, Illinois  
Sunday, August 13, 1989Riverbend Music CenterCincinnati, Ohio  
Tuesday, August 15, 1989Mann Music CenterPhiladelphia, PennslylvaniaReview 
Wednesday, August 16, 1989Jones BeachWantagh, New York  
Friday, August 18, 1989Orange County FairgroundsMiddletown, New York  
Saturday, August 19, 1989Brendan Byrne ArenaEast Rutherford, New Jersey  
Sunday, August 20, 1989Garden State Arts CenterHolmdel, New Jersey  
Wednesday, August 23, 1989Merriweather Post PavillionColumbia, Maryland  
Thursday, August 25, 1989A.J. Palumbo CenterPittsburgh, PennsylvaniaReview #1
Review #2
Review #3
Review #4
 
Saturday, August 26, 1989New York State FairSyracuse, New York Special Guest: Axl Rose
Sunday, August 27, 1989Saratoga Performing Arts CenterSaratoga Springs, New York  
Monday, August 28, 1989Great WoodsMansfield, Massachussets  
Wednesday, August 30, 1989Allentown FairgroundsAllentown, PennsylvaniaReview 
Thursday, August 31, 1989Lake Compounce Festival ParkBristol, ConnecticutReview 
Saturday, September 2, 1989Kingswood Music TheatreMaple, OntarioReview 
Wednesday, September 6, 1989MTV Video Music Awards
Universal Amphitheater
Universal City, California  
Friday, September 8, 1989Great WoodsMansfield, MassachussetsReview 
Saturday, September 9, 1989War Memorial ArenaRochester, New York Recorded for Westwood One Superstar Concert Series
Sunday, September 10, 1989Ohio CenterColumbus, Ohio Recorded for Westwood One Superstar Concert Series
Wednesday, September 13, 1989Dean Smith CenterChapel Hill, North Carolina Recorded for Westwood One Superstar Concert Series
 
Saturday, October 28, 1989Bridge School Benefit
Shoreline Amphitheater
Mountain View, California  
More Strange Behavior Tour 1990
Opening act: Lenn Kravitz
Wednesday, January 24, 1990Universal AmphitheaterUniversal City, Los Angeles Taping of Late Night with David Letterman
Broadcast February 1, 1990
Friday, January 26, 1990USF Sun DomeTampa, Florida  
Saturday, January 27, 1990O'Connell CenterGainesville, FloridaReview #1
Review #2
Review #3
 
Monday, January 29, 1990Charlotte ColiseumCharlotte, North Carolina  
Wednesday, January 31, 1990Nassau ColiseumUniondale, New YorkReview 
Thursday, February 1, 1990Providence Civic CenterProvidence, Rhode IslandReview 
Saturday, February 3, 1990Knickerbocker ArenaAlbany, New York  
Sunday, February 4, 1990Patriot CenterFairfax, Virginia  
Tuesday, February 6, 1990The SpectrumPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaReview #1
Review #2
Review #3
Review #4
Review #5
 
Wednesday, February 7, 1990Nassau ColiseumUniondale, New YorkReview 
Thursday, February 8, 1990Hartford Civic Center ColiseumHartford, Connecticut  
Saturday, February 10, 1990University of Dayton ArenaDayton, Ohio  
Sunday, February 11, 1990Palace of Auburn HillsAuburn Hills, Michigan  
Tuesday, February 13, 1990Richfield ColiseumRichfield, Ohio  
Thursday, February 15, 1990Rosemont HorizonRosemont, IllinoisReview 
Friday, February 16, 1990Redbird ArenaNormal, IllinoisReview 
Saturday, February 17, 1990Carver-Hawkeye ArenaIowa City, IowaReview 
Monday, February 19, 1990Hilton ColiseumAmes, Iowa  
Tuesday, February 20, 1990Met CenterBloomington, Minnesota  
Thursday, February 22, 1990Market Square ArenaIndianapolis, IndianaReview 
Friday, February 23, 1990SIU ArenaCarbondale, Illinois  
Sunday, February 25, 1990Kiel AuditoriumSt. Louis, Missouri  
Monday, February 26, 1990Kemper ArenaKansas City, Missouri  
Thursday, March 1, 1990The ForumLos Angeles, CaliforniaReviewSpecial Guests: Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen
Saturday, March 3, 1990Pacific AmpitheatreCosta Mesa, California Special Guest: Roger McGuinn
Monday, March 5, 1990Arco ArenaSacramento, California  
Tuesday, March 6, 1990Oakland ColiseumOakland, California  
Touring the Great Wide Open 1991-1992
Opening act: Chris Whitley
Thursday, August 29, 1991Fiddler's GreenDenver, Colorado  
Saturday, August 31, 1991Municipal AuditoriumKansas City, Missouri  
Sunday, September 1, 1991Riverport AmphitheatreMaryland Heights, Missouri  
Tuesday, September 3, 1991Omaha Civic AuditoriumOmaha, Nebraska  
Wednesday, September 4, 1991Met CenterBloomington, Minnesota  
Friday, September 6, 1991Poplar Creek Music TheatreHoffman Estates, Illinois  
Saturday, September 7, 1991Marcus AmphitheatreMilwaukee, Wisconsin  
Tuesday, September 10, 1991Deer Creek Music TheatreNoblesville, Illinois  
Thursday, September 12, 1991Palace of Auburn HillsAuburn Hills, Michigan  
Friday, September 13, 1991Blossom Music CentrCuyahoga Falls, Ohio  
Sunday, September 15, 1991Post-Gazette Pavilion at Star LakeBurgettstown, Pennsylvania  
Monday, September 16, 1991First Union SpectrumPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania  
Wednesday, September 18, 1991Onondaga County War MemorialSyracuse, New York  
Thursday, September 19, 1991Hartford Civic Center ColiseumHartford, Connecticut  
Saturday, September 21, 1991Knickerbocker ArenaAlbany, New York  
Sunday, September 22, 1991Maple Leaf GardensToronto, Ontario  
Tuesday, September 24, 1991Capital CentreLandover, Maryland  
Wednesday, September 25, 1991William & Mary HallWilliamsburg, Virginia  
Tuesday, October 8, 1991Nassau ColiseumUniondale, New York  
Wednesday, October 9, 1991Continental Airlines ArenaEast Rutherford, New Jersey  
Friday, October 11, 1991Broome County ArenaBinghamton, New York  
Saturday, October 12, 1991NBC Studio 8-HNew York City, New York Saturday Night Live (Season 17, Episode 309)
Into the Great Wide Open/King's Highway
Monday, October 14, 1991Walnut CreekRaleigh, North Carolina  
Tuesday, October 15, 1991Blockbuster PavilionCharlotte, North Carolina  
Saturday, October 19, 1991Lakewood AmphitheatreAtlanta, Georgia  
Sunday, October 20, 1991Carolina ColiseumColumbia, South Carolina  
Tuesday, October 22, 1991Miami ArenaMiami, Florida  
Wednesday, October 23, 1991USF Sun DomeTampa, Florida  
Friday, October 25, 1991Orlando ArenaOrlando, Florida  
Saturday, October 26, 1991O'Connell CenterGainesville, Florida  
Tuesday, October 29, 1991Kiefer UNO Lakefront ArenaNew Orleans, Louisiana  
Wednesday, October 30, 1991Cynthia Woods Mitchell PavilionThe Woodlands, Texas  
Friday, November 1, 1991Frank Erwin CenterAustin, Texas  
Saturday, November 2, 1991Smirnoff Music CentreDallas, Texas  
Monday, November 4, 1991Myriad ArenaOklahoma City, Oklahoma  
Wednesday, November 6, 1991Pan American CenterLas Cruches, New Mexico  
Friday, November 8, 1991Blockbuster Desert Sky PavilionPhoenix, Arizona  
Saturday, November 9, 1991Pacific AmphitheatreCosta Mesa, California  
Monday, November 11, 1991Great Western ForumInglewood, California  
Tuesday, November 12, 1991San Diego Sports ArenaSan Diego, California  
Wednesday, November 20, 1991Key Arena at Seattle CenterSeattle, Washington  
Thursday, November 21, 1991Memorial ColiseumPortland, Oregon  
Saturday, November 23, 1991Lawlor Events CenterReno, Nevada  
Sunday, November 24, 1991Oakland ArenaOakland, California  
Wednesday, November 27, 1991Arco ArenaSacramento, California  
 
Wednesday, March 4, 1992SporthalleOslo, Norway  
Friday, March 6, 1992Scandinavium ArenaGothenburgh, Sweden  
Saturday, March 7, 1992Globe ArenaStockholm, Sweden  
Monday, March 9, 1992SporthalleHamburg, Germany  
Tuesday, March 10, 1992DeutschlandhalleBerlin, Germany  
Thursday, March 12, 1992GrugahalleEssen, Germany  
Sunday, March 15, 1992Scottish Exhibition and Conference CentreGlasgow, Scotland  
Monday, March 16, 1992King's HallBelfast, Ireland  
Wednesday, March 18, 1992Point DepotDublin, Ireland  
Thursday, March 19, 1992Point DepotDublin, Ireland  
Saturday, March 21, 1992National Exhibition CenterBirmingham, England  
Monday, March 23, 1992Wembly ArenaLondon, England  
Tuesday, March 24, 1992Wembly ArenaLondon, England  
Thursday, March 26, 1992FesthalleFrankfurt, Germany  
Friday, March 27, 1992OlympiahalleMunich, Germany  
Sunday, March 29, 1992St. Jakob SporthalleBasel, Switzerland  
Monday, March 30, 1992ZenithParis, France  
Wednesday, April 1, 1992BruxellesBrussels, Belgium  
Thursday, April 2, 1992IsstadionMalmo, Sweden  
 
Friday, October 16, 1992Bob Dylan 30th Anniversary Concert
Madison Square Garden
New York City, New York  
Saturday, August 14, 1993Viper RoomWest Hollywood, California  
Tuesday, November 2, 1993Bayfront Center ArenaSt. Petersburg, Florida with Carlene Carter
Thursday, November 4, 1993O'Connell CenterGainesville, Florida with Carlene Carter
Westwood One radio broadcast
Saturday, October 1, 1994Bridge School Benefit
Shoreline Amphitheatre
Mountain View, California  
Sunday, October 2, 1994Bridge School Benefit
Shoreline Amphitheatre
Mountain View, California  
Saturday, November 19, 1994NBC Studio 8-HNew York City, New York Saturday Night Live (Season 20, Episode 372)
You Don't Know How It Feels/Honey Bee
Dave Grohl on drums
Dogs with Wings 1995
Opening act: Pete Droge
Tuesday, February 28, 1995Louisville GardensLouisville, Kentucky  
Wednesday, March 1, 1995Market Square ArenaIndianapolis, Indiana  
Friday, March 3, 1995Joyce ACC ArenaSouth Bard, Indiana  
Sunday, March 5, 1995Milwaukee ArenaMilwaukee, Wisconsin  
Monday, March 6, 1995Peoria Civic Center ArenaPeoria, Illinois  
Wednesday, March 8, 1995United CenterChicago, Illinois  
Thursday, March 9, 1995Palace of Auburn HillsAuburn Hills, Michigan  
Saturday, March 11, 1995Battelle HallColumbus, Ohio  
Sunday, March 12, 1995Cincinnati GardensCincinnati, Ohio  
Tuesday, March 14, 1995Pittsburgh Civic ArenaPittsburgh, Pennsylvania  
Thursday, March 16, 1995CSU Convocation CenterCleveland, Ohio  
Friday, March 17, 1995Maple Leaf GardensToronto, Ontario  
Monday, March 20, 1995Madison Square GardenNew York City, New York  
Tuesday, Match 21, 1995Knickerbocker ArenaAlbany, New York  
Thursday, March 23, 1995Blue Cross ArenaRochester, New York  
Saturday, April 1, 1995New Haven Veterans Memorial Coliseum New Haven, Connecticut  
Sunday, April 2, 1995Nassau Coliseum Uniondale, New York  
Tuesday, April 4, 1995Boston Garden Boston, Massachussetts  
Wednesday, April 5, 1995Boston Garden Boston, Massachussetts  
Friday, April 7, 1995First Union Spectrum Philadelphia, Pennsylvania  
Sunday, April 9, 1995Patriot CenterFairfax, Virginia  
Tuesday, April 11, 1995Richmond ColiseumRichmond. Virginia  
Wednesday, April 12, 1995Walnut CreekRaleigh, North Carolina  
Friday, April 14, 1995Blockbuster PavilionCharlotte, North Carolina  
Saturday, April 15, 1995Lakewood AmphitheatreAtlanta, Georgia  
Tuesday, April 18, 1995Cynthia Woods Mitchell PavilionThe Woodlands, Texas  
Wednesday, April 19, 1995Bass Concert HallAustin, Texas  
Friday, April 21, 1995Bass Concert HallAustin, Texas  
Saturday, April 22, 1995Smirnoff Music CenterDallas, Texas  
Tuesday, April 25, 1995Blockbuster Desert Sky PavilionPhoenix, Arizona  
Wednesday, April 26, 1995San Diego Sports ArenaSan Diego, California  
Friday, April 28, 1995Glen Helen Blockbuster PavilionDevore, California  
Sunday, April 30, 1995Shoreline AmphitheatreMountain View, California  
Monday, May 1, 1995ARCO ArenaSacramento, California  
Wednesday, May 3, 1995Memorial ColiseumPortland, Oregon  
Thursday, May 4, 1995Gorge AmphitheatreGeorge, Washingon  
Friday, May 5, 1995Gorge AmphitheatreGeorge, Washington  
Saturday, May 6, 1995Pacific ColiseumVancouver, Canada  
Monday, May 15, 1995Miami ArenaMiami, Florida  
Wednesday, May 17, 1995Miami ArenaMiami, Florida  
Friday, May 19, 1995USF Sun DomeTampa, Florida  
Saturday, May 20, 1995T.D. Waterhouse CenterOrlando, Florida  
Tuesday, May 23, 1995Pensacola Civic Center

Pensacola, Florida

  
Thursday, May 25, 1995Oak Mountain AmphitheatrePelham, Alabama  
Saturday, May 27, 1995Amsouth AmphitheatreAntioch, Tennessee  
Sunday, May 28, 1995Orpheum TheatreMemphis, Tennessee  
Tuesday, May 30, 1995Orpheum TheatreMemphis, Tennessee  
Wednesday, May 31, 1995Orpheum TheatreMemphis, Tennessee  
Friday, June 2, 1995Riverport AmphitheatreMaryland Heights, Missouri  
Saturday, June 3, 1995Sandstone AmphitheatreBonner Springs, Kansas  
Monday, June 5, 1995Music HallOklahoma City, Oklahoma  
Tuesday, June 6, 1995Music HallOklahoma City, Oklahoma  
Friday, June 9, 1995Hollywood BowlLos Angeles, California  
Saturday, June 10, 1995Hollywood BowlLos Angeles, California  
Monday, June 12, 1995Lawlor Events CenterReno, Nevada  
Tuesday, June 13, 1995Shoreline AmphitheaterMountain View, California  
Thursday, August 10, 1995Delta CenterSalt Lake City, Utah  
Friday, August 11, 1995Fiddler's Green AmphitheatreEnglewood, Colorado  
Monday, August 14, 1995Tweeter CenterMansfield, Massachusetts  
Tuesday, August 15, 1995Saratoga Performing Arts CenterSaratoga Springs, New York  
Thursday, April 17, 1995Jones Beach AmphitheatreWantagh, New York  
Friday, August 18, 1995Meadow Music CentreHartford, Connecticut  
Sunday, August 20, 1995Garden State Arts CentreHolmdel, New Jersey  
Monday, August 21, 1995E-CentreCamden, New Jersey  
Thursday, August 24, 1995Merriweather Post PavilionColumbia, Maryland  
Saturday, August 26, 1995Post-Gazette Pavilion at Star LakeBurggetstown, Pennsylvania  
Sunday, August 27, 1995Blossom Music CenterCuyahoga Falls, Ohio  
Tuesday, August 29, 1995Polaris AmphitheatreColumbus, Ohio  
Wednesday, August 30, 1995Riverbend Music CenterCincinnati, Ohio  
Friday, September 1, 1995Pine Knob Music TheatreClarkson, Michigan  
Saturday, September 2, 1995Pine Knob Music TheatreClarkson, Michigan  
Sunday, September 10, 1995Target CenterMinneapolis, Minnesota  
Tuesday, September 12, 1995Hilton ColiseumAmes, Iowa  
Wednesday, September 13, 1995Mark of the Quad CitiesMoline, Illinois  
Friday, September 15, 1995New World Music TheatreTinley Park, Illinois  
Saturday, September 16, 1995Alpine Valley Music TheatreEasy Troy, Wisconsin  
Monday, September 18, 1995Allen County War Memorial ColiseumFort Wayne, Indiana  
Tuesday, September 19, 1995Deer Creek Music CenterNoblesville, Indiana  
Thursday, September 21, 1995Roberts StadiumEvansville, Indiana  
Saturday, September 23, 1995Rupp ArenaLexington, Kentucky  
Sunday, September 24, 1995Knoxville Civic ColiseumKnoxville, Tennessee  
Wednesday, September 27, 1995Alltel Pavilion at Walnut CreekRaleigh, North Carolina  
Thursday, September 28, 1995North Charleston ColiseumNorth Charleston, South Carolina  
Saturday, September 30, 1995Lakewood AmphitheatreAtlanta, Georgia  
Sunday, October 1, 1995Von Braun Civic Center ArenaHuntsville, Alabama  
Tuesday, October 3, 1995BancorpSouth CenterTupelo, Mississippi  
Wednesday, October 4, 1995Mississippi ColiseumJackson, Mississippi  
Friday, October 6, 1995Coleman ColiseumTuscaloosa, Alabama Westwood One radio broadcast
Sunday, October 8, 1995Lakefront ArenaNew Orleans, Lousiana  
 
Saturday, September 28, 1996NBC Studio 8-HNew York City, New York Saturday Night Live (Season #22, Episode 407)
Walls (No. 3)/Angel Dream (No. 2)
Curt Bisquera on drums
Fillmore House Band 1997
Friday, January 10, 1997Fillmore AuditoriumSan Francisco, California  
Saturday, January 11, 1997Fillmore AuditoriumSan Francisco, California  
Sunday, January 12, 1997Fillmore AuditoriumSan Francisco, California  
Tuesday, January 14, 1997Fillmore AuditoriumSan Francisco, California  
Thursday, January 16, 1997Fillmore AuditoriumSan Francisco, California  
Sunday, January 19, 1997Fillmore AuditoriumSan Francisco, California  
Monday, January 20, 1997Fillmore AuditoriumSan Francisco, California  
Tuesday, January 21, 1997Fillmore AuditoriumSan Francisco, California  
Friday, January 24, 1997Fillmore AuditoriumSan Francisco, California  
Saturday, January 25, 1997Fillmore AuditoriumSan Francisco, California  
Sunday, January 26, 1997Fillmore AuditoriumSan Francisco, California  
Tuesday, January 28, 1997Fillmore AuditoriumSan Francisco, California  
Wednesday, January 29, 1997Fillmore AuditoriumSan Francisco, California  
Friday, January 31, 1997Fillmore AuditoriumSan Francisco, California  
Saturday, February 1, 1997Fillmore AuditoriumSan Francisco, California  
Monday, February 3, 1997Fillmore AuditoriumSan Francisco, California  
Tuesday, February 4, 1997Fillmore AuditoriumSan Francisco, California  
Thursday, February 6, 1997Fillmore AuditoriumSan Francisco, California  
Friday, February 7, 1997Fillmore AuditoriumSan Francisco, California  
Echo Tour 1999
Sunday, March 7, 1999Fillmore AuditoriumSan Francisco, California  
Monday, March 8, 1999Fillmore AuditoriumSan Francisco, California  
Wednesday, March 10, 1999Fillmore AuditoriumSan Francisco, California  
Friday, March 12, 1999Fillmore AuditoriumSan Francisco, California  
Saturday, March 13, 1999Fillmore AuditoriumSan Francisco, California  
Monday, March 15, 1999Fillmore AuditoriumSan Francisco, California  
Tuesday, March 16, 1999Fillmore AuditoriumSan Francisco, California  
Saturday, April 10, 1999NBC Studio 8=HNew York City, New York Saturday Night Live (Season #24, Episode 463)
Swingin'/Room at the Top
Sunday, April 11, 1999Irving PlazaNew York City, New York  
Monday, April 12, 1999Irving PlazaNew York City, New York  
Thursday, April 15, 1999Irving PlazaNew York City, New York  
Monday, April 19, 1999Shepherd's Bush EmpireLondon, England  
Tuesday, April 20, 1999Shepherd's Bush EmpireLondon, England  
Friday, April 23, 1999Docks KonzerteHamburg, Germany  
Monday, June 14, 1999Van Andel ArenaGrand Rapids, Michigan  
Wednesday, June 16, 1999Gund ArenaCleveland, Ohio  
Friday, June 18, 1999Pine Knob Music TheaterClarkson, Michigan  
Saturday, June 19, 1999Pine Knob Music TheaterClarkson, Michigan  
Tuesday, June 22, 1999Darien Lake Peforming Arts CenterDarien Center, New York  
Wednesday, June 23, 1999Star Lake AmphitheatreBurgettstown, Pennsylvania  
Friday, June 25, 1999Nissan PavilionBristow, Virginia  
Saturday, June 26, 1999E-CentreCamden, New Jersey  
Tuesday, June 29, 1999Meadows Music TheatreHartford, Connecticut  
Wednesday, June 30, 1999Garden State Arts CenterHolmdel, New Jersey  
Friday, July 2, 1999Jones Beach AmphitheatreWantagh, New York  
Saturday, July 3, 1999Jones Beach AmphitheatreWantagh, New York  
Monday, July 5, 1999Hersey Park StadiumHershey, Pennsylvania  
Tuesday, July 6, 1999Air Canada CenterToronto, Ontario  
Friday, July 9, 1999Tweeter CenterMansfield, Massachussetts  
Saturday, July 10, 1999Tweeter CenterMansfield, Massachussetts  
Monday, July 12, 1999--Southampton, New York  
Wednesday, July 21, 1999Freedom HallLouisville, Kentucky  
Friday, July 23, 1999Deer Creek Music TheatreNoblesville, Indiana  
Saturday, July 24, 1999Riverport AmphitheatreMaryland Heights, Missouri  
Tuesday, July 27, 1999Riverbend Music CenterCincinnati, Ohio  
Wednesday, July 28, 1999Polaris AmphitheatreColumbus, Ohio  
Friday, July 30, 1999Marcus AmphitheatreMilwaukee, Wisconsin  
Saturday, July 31, 1999New World Music TheatreTinley Park, Illinois  
Tuesday, August 3, 1999Target CenterMinneapolis, Minnesota  
Wednesday, August 4, 1999Sandstone AmphitheatreBonner Springs, Kansas  
Friday, August 6, 1999Amsouth AmphitheatreAntioch, Tennessee  
Saturday, August 7, 1999The PyramidMemphis, Tennessee  
Friday, August 13, 1999Irvine Meadows AmphitheatreIrvine, California  
Saturday, August 14, 1999Irvine Meadows AmphitheatreIrvine, California  
Wednesday, August 18, 1999Coors AmphitheatreChula Vista, California  
Thursday, August 19, 1999America West ArenaPhoenix, Arizona  
Saturday, August 21, 1999The JointLas Vegas, Nevada  
Sunday, August 22, 1999Centennial GardenBakersfield, California  
Wednesday, August 25, 1999Reno Hilton AmphitheatreReno, Nevada  
Friday, August 27, 1999Shoreline AmphitheatreMountain View, California  
Saturday, August 28, 1999Shoreline AmphitheatreMountain View, California  
Monday, August 30, 1999Arco ArenaSacramento, California  
Wednesday, September 1, 1999Rose Garden ArenaPortland, Oregon  
Thursday, September 2, 1999General Motors PlaceVancouver, British Columbia  
Saturday, September 4, 1999Gorge AmphitheatreGeorge, Washington  
Sunday, September 5, 1999Gorge AmphitheatreGeorge, Washington  
Thursday, September 16, 1999Starplex AmphitheatreDallas, Texas  
Friday, September 17, 1999Frank Erwin CenterAustin, Texas  
Sunday, September 19, 1999C.W. Mitchell PavilionThe Woodslads, Texas  
Tuesday, September 21, 1999Ice PalaceTampa, Florida  
Wednesday, September 22, 1999Coral Sky AmphitheatreWest Palm Beach, Florida  
Friday, September 24, 1999Lakewood AmphitheatreAtlanta, Georgia  
Saturday, September 25, 1999Blockbuster PavilionCharlotte, North Carolina  
Tuesday, September 28, 1999Bi-Lo CenterGreenville, South Carolina  
Wednesday, September 29, 1999Walnut Creek AmphitheatreRaleigh, North Carolina  
Friday, October 1, 1999First Union CenterPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania  
Saturday, October 2, 1999Virginia Beach AmphitheatreVirginia Beach, Virginia  
Monday, October 4, 1999Meriweather Post PavilionColumbia, Maryland  
Wednesday, October 6, 1999Assembly HallBloomington, Indiana Cancelled.
THursday, October 7, 1999United CenterChicago, Illinois  
Saturday, October 9, 1999Palace of Auburn HillsAuburn Hills, Michigan  
Monday, October 11, 1999Mark Of The Quad CitiesMoline, Illinois  
Tuesday, October 12, 1999Kohl CenterMadison, Wisconsin  
Friday, October 15, 1999MGM GrandLas Vegas, Nevada  
Saturday, October 16, 1999Hollywood BowlHollywood, California  
Way Out West/East Coast Invasion 2001
Wednesday, May 9, 2001Gill ColiseumCorvallis, Oregon  
Friday, May 11, 2001Idaho CenterBoise, Idaho  
Saturday, May 12, 2001The GorgeGeorge, Washington  
Tuesday, May 15, 2001Red Rocks AmphitheatreMorrison, Colorado  
Wednesday, May 16, 2001Red Rocks AmphitheatreMorrison, Colorado  
Friday, May 18, 2001Cynthia Woods Mitchell PavilionThe Woodlands, Texas  
Saturday, May 19, 2001Verizon Wireless AmphitheatreSan Antonio, Texas  
Monday, May 21, 2001Smirnoff Music CentreDallas, Texas  
Thursday, May 24, 2001Santa Barbara County BowlSanta Barbara, California  
Sunday, May 27, 2001Sacramento Valley AmphitheatreSacramento, California  
Monday, May 28, 2001Chronicle PavilionConcord, California  
Wednesday, May 30, 2001San Diego State University Open Air TheatreSan Diego, California  
Friday, June 1, 2001Hard Rock HotelLas Vegas, Nevada  
Saturday, June 2, 2001Hard Rock HotelLas Vegas, Nevada  
Wednesday, June 27, 2001Coors Light AmphitheaterScranton, Pennsylvania  
Thursday, June 28, 2001Tweeter Center at the WaterfrontCamden, New Jersey  
Saturday, June 30, 2001Nissan PavillionBristow, Virginia  
Sunday, July 1, 2001PNC Arts CenterHolmdel, New Jersey  
Wednesday, July 4, 2001Marcus AmphitheatreMilwaukee, Wisconsin  
Thursday, July 5, 2001Jones Beach AmphitheatreWantagh, New York  
Saturday, July 7, 2001Saratoga Performing Arts CenterSaratoga Springs, New York  
Sunday, July 8, 2001Tweeter CenterBoston, Massachussetts  
Tuesday, July 10, 2001Post-Gazette Pavillion at Star LakePittsburgh, Pennsylvania  
Thursday, July 12, 2001Pine Knob Music TheaterClarkson, Michigan  
Saturday, July 14, 2001HiFi Buys AmphitheatreAtlanta, Georgia  
Sunday, July 15, 2001Amsouth AmphitheatreNashville, Tennessee  
Tuesday, July 17, 2001Polaris AmphitheaterColumbus, Ohio  
Wednesday, July 18, 2001Sandstone AmphitheaterKansas City, Missouri  
Friday, July 20, 2001Tweeter CenterChicago, Illinois  
Saturday, July 21, 2001Verizon Wireless Music CenterNoblesville, Indiana  
The Last DJ 2002
Thursday, June 27, 2002Van Andel ArenaGrand Rapids, Michigan  
Friday, June 28, 2002Blossom Music CenterCuyahoga Fals, Ohio  
Sunday, June 30, 2002Summerfest
Marcus Amphitheater
Milwaukee, Wisconsin  
Wednesday, July 3, 2002Darien Lake Theme ParkDarien Lake, New York  
Friday, July 5, 2002Saratoga Performing Arts CenterSaratofa Springs, New York  
Saturday, July 6, 2002PNC Banks Art CenterHolmdel, New Jersey  
Monday, July 8, 2002Mohegan Sun ArenaUncasville, Connecticut  
Wednesday, July 10, 2002Verizon Wireless Arena Manchester, New Hampshire  
Thursday, July 11, 2002Tweeter CenterBoston, Massachussetts  
Saturday, July 13, 2002Coors Light AmphitheaterScranton, Pennsylvania  
Sunday, July 14, 2002Hershey StadiumHershey, Pennsylvania  
Tuesday, July 16, 2002Star Lake AmphitheaterBurgettstown, Pennsylvania  
Wednesday, July 17, 2002Nissan PavillionBristow, Virginia  
Friday, July 19, 2002Alltel PavillionRaleigh, North Carolina  
Saturday, July 20, 2002Verizon Wireless AmphitheaterCharlotte, North Carolina  
Tuesday, August 6, 2002Ice PalaceTampa, Florida  
Wednesday, August 7, 2002Mars Music AmphitheaterWest Palm Beach, Florida  
Friday, August 9, 2002HiFi Buys AmphitheaterAtlanta, Georgia  
Saturday, August 10, 2002Oak Mountain AmphitheaterPelham, Alabama  
Tuesday, August 13, 2002Riverbend Music CenterCincinnati, Ohio  
Wednesday, August 14, 2002Verizon Wireless Music CenterNoblesville, Indiana  
Friday, August 16, 2002Sandstone AmphitheaterBonner Springs, Kansas  
Saturday, August 17, 2002UMB Bank PavilionMaryland Heights, Missouri  
Monday, August 19, 2002Red Rocks AmphitheaterMorrison, Colorado  
Tuesday, August 20, 2002Red Rocks AmphitheaterMorrison, Colorado  
Thursday, August 22, 2002Journal PavilionAlbuquerque, New Mexico  
Saturday, August 24, 2002Glen Helen Blockbuster PavilionDevore, California  
Sunday, August 25, 2002Coors AmphitheaterChula Vista, California  
Wednesday, August 28, 2002Idaho CenterNampa, Idaho  
Thursday, August 29, 2002Reno Hilton AmphitheaterReno, Nevada  
Saturday, August 31, 2002Auto West AmphitheaterMarsyville, California  
Sunday, September 1, 2002Chronicle PavilionConcord, California  
Tuesday, October 15, 2002Grand Olympic AuditoriumLos Angeles, California  
Wednesday, October 16, 2002Grand Olympic AuditoriumLos Angeles, California  
Sunday, October 27, 2002Santa Barbara BowlSanta Barbara, California  
Tuesday, October 29, 2002SDSU Open Air TheatreSan Diego, California  
Wednesday, October 30, 2002Shoreline AmphitheatreMountain View, California  
Friday, November 1, 2002Aladdin TheatreLas Vegas, Nevada  
Saturday, November 2, 2002Cricket PavilionPhoenix, Arizona  
Tuesday, November 5, 2002The E CenterWest Valley City, Utah  
Thursday, November 7, 2002Spokane ArenaSpokane, Washington  
Saturday, November 9, 2002Tacoma DomeTacoma, Washington  
Sunday, November 10, 2002Rose Garden ArenaPortland, Oregon  
Friday, November 15, 2002Compaq CenterHouston, Texas  
Saturday, November 16, 2002American Airlines CenterDallas, Texas  
Thursday, November 21, 2002Frank Erwin CenterAustin, Texas  
Satuday, November 23, 2002Great Western ForumInglewood, California  
Friday, November 29, 2002Concert for George
Royal Albert Hall
London, England  
Tuesday, December 3, 2002First Union SpectrumPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania  
Wednesday, December 4, 2002Schottenstein CenterColumbus, Ohio  
Friday, December 6, 2002Rupp ArenaLexington, Kentucky  
Saturday, December 7, 2002Palace of Auburn HillsAuburn Hills, Michigan  
Monday, December 9, 2002Xcel Energy CenterSt. Paul, Minnesota  
Wednesday, December 11, 2002United CenterChicago, Illinois  
Friday, December 13, 2002Madison Square GardenNew York City, New York  
Saturday, December 14, 2002Fleet CenterBoston, Massachussetts  
The Lost Cities Tour 2003
Sunday, April 13, 2003Vic TheatreChicago, Illinois  
Monday, April 14, 2003Vic TheatreChicago, Ilinois  
Wednesday, April 16, 2003Vic TheatreChicago, Illinois  
Thursday, April 17, 2003Vic TheatreChicago, Illinois  
Saturday, April 19, 2003Vic TheatreChicago, Illinois  
Monday, April 21, 2003Grainger StudioChicago, Illinois Soundstage
Thursday, June 26, 2003Sioux Falls ArenaSioux Falls, South Dakota  
Saturday, June 28, 2003Summerfest
Marcus Amphitheater
Milwaukee, Wisconsin  
Monday, June 30, 2003US Cellular CenterCedar Rapids, Iowa  
Tuesday, July 1, 2003Mid America CenterCouncil Bluffs, Iowa  
Thursday, July 3, 2003Rushmore PlazaRapid City, South Dakota  
Saturday, July 5, 2003Brick Breeden FieldhouseBozeman, Montana  
Tuesday, July 8, 2003Bismarck Civic CenterBismarck, North Dakota  
Wednesday, July 9, 2003Decc ArenaDuluth, Minnesota  
Friday, July 11, 2003Mid West ArenaMankato, Minnesota  
Sunday, July 13, 2003Civic CenterPeoria, Illinois  
Saturday, August 9, 2003PNC Banks Arts CenterHolmdel, New Jersey  
Sunday, August 10, 2003PNC Banks Arts CenterHolmdel, New Jersey  
Tuesday, August 12, 2003NTELOS Pavilion Harbor CenterPortsmouth, Virginia  
Wednesday, August 13, 2003Gwinnett CenterAtlanta, Georgia  
Friday, August 15, 2003North Charleston ColiseumCharleston, South Carolina  
Saturday, August 16, 2003Amsouth AmphitheatreNashville, Tennessee  
Monday, August 18, 2003OrpheumMemphis, Tennessee  
Tuesday, August 19, 2003OrpheumMemphis, Tennessee  
Thursday, August 21, 2003Ocean CenterDaytona Beach, Florida  
Friday, August 22, 2003Teco ArenaFort Myers, Florida  
Sunday, August 24, 2003Oak Mountain AmphitheaterBirmingham, Alabama  
Tuesday, August 26, 2003UNO ArenaNew Orleans, Louisiana  
Friday, August 29, 2003Snow King AmphitheaterJackson Hole, Wyoming  
Saturday, August 30, 2003JAS Festival
Snowmass Vilalge Town Park
Aspen, Colorado  
 
Saturday, February 7 2004Art for Aids III: Concert for Stephen
St. Regis Monarch Beach Resort & Spa
Dana Point, California  
For The Hell Of It Tour 2005
Tuesday, June 7, 2005Germain ArenaEstero, Florida  
Wednesday, June 8, 2005Sound Advice AmphitheaterWest Palm Beach, Florida  
Friday, June 10, 2005Ford AmphitheatreTampa, Florida  
Saturday, June 11, 2005Music MidtownAtlanta, Georgia  
Tuesday, June 14, 2005Riverbend Music CenterCincinnati, Ohio  
Wednesday, June 15, 2005Post Gazette PavilionPittsburgh, Pennsylvania  
Friday, June 17, 2005Tweeter WaterfrontPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania  
Saturday, June 18, 2005Tweeter CenterMansfield, Massachussetts  
Tuesday, June 21, 2005Jones Beach AmphitheaterWantagh, New York  
Wednesday, June 22, 2005P.N.C. Bank Arts CenterHolmdel, New Jersey  
Friday, June 24, 2005Meadows Music TheatreHartford, Connecticut  
Saturday, June 25, 2005Darien Lake Performing Arts CenterDarien Lake, New York  
Tuesday, June 28, 2005Van Andel ArenaGrand Rapids, Michigan  
Thursday, June 30, 2005Blossom Music CenterCuyahoga Falls, Ohio  
Monday, July 1, 2005Summerfest
Marcus Amphitheater
Milwaukee, Wisconsin  
Tuesday, July 9, 2005UMB Bank PavilionMaryland Heights, Missouri  
Wednesday, July 10, 2005Verizon Wireless AmphitheaterKansas City, Kansas  
Saturday, July 13, 2005Starwood AmphitheatreAntioch, Tennessee  
Monday, July 15, 2005Tweeter CenterTinley Park, Illinois  
Tuesday, July 16, 2005RockfestCaddot, Wisconsin  
Thursday, July 18, 2005Wells Fargo ArenaDes Moines, Iowa  
Saturday, July 20, 2005DTE Energy Music TheatreDetroit, Michigan  
Sunday, July 21, 2005Verizon Wireless Music CenterIndianapolis, Indiana  
Tuesday, July 23, 2005Ford Pavilion at Montage MountainScranton, Pennsylvania  
Wednesday, July 24, 2005Borgata Resort & CasinoAtlantic City, New Jersey  
Saturday, July 27, 2005Merriweather Post PavilionColumbia, Maryland  
Monday, July 29, 2005Tweeter CenterMansfield, Massachussetts  
Tuesday, July 30, 2005Saragota Performing Arts CenterSaratoga Springs, New York  
Thursday, August 4, 2005Mid-State FairPaso Robles, California  
Saturday, August 13, 2005Dodge TheatrePhoenix, Arizona  
Sunday, August 14, 2005Verizon Wireless AmphitheatreIrvine, California  
Tuesday, August 16, 2005The JointLas Vegas, Nevada  
Thursday, August 18, 2005Red Rocks AmphitheatreMorrison, Colorado  
Friday, August 19, 2005The Cricket PavilionPhoenix, Arizona  
Saturday, August 20, 2005Coors AmphitheaterSan Diego, California  
Sunday, August 21, 2005Hyundai PavilionDevore, California  
Tuesday, August 23, 2005New Reno Downtown Events CenterReno, Nevada  
Wednesday, August 24, 2005Sleep Train AmphitheaterSacramento, California  
Friday, August 26, 2005Greek TheatreBerkeley, California  
Saturday, August 27, 2005Greek TheatreBerkeley, California  
Tuesday, August 30, 2005Red Rocks AmphitheatreMorrison, Colorado  
Wednesday, August 31, 2005Red Rocks AmphitheatreMorrison, Colorado  
Friday, September 2, 2005The GorgeGeorge, Washington  
Saturday, September 3, 2005The GorgeGeorge, Washington  
Highway Companion / 30th Anniversary Tour 2006
Friday, June 9, 2006Verizon AmphitheatreCharlotte, North Carolina  
Saturday, June 10, 2006Nissan PavillionBristow, Virginia  
Monday, June 12, 2006Ntelos PavilionPortsmouth, Virginia  
Wednesday, June 14, 2006Germain AmphitheaterColumbus, Ohio  
Friday, June 16, 2006Bonnaroo Music FestivalManchester, Tennessee  
Saturday, June 17, 2006UMB Bank PavilionSt. Louis, Missouri  
Tuesday, June 20, 2006Madison Square GardenNew York City, New York  
Wednesday, June 21, 2006Tweeter CenterMansfield, Massachussetts  
Friday, June 23, 2006Verizon AmphitheatreIndianapolis, Indiana  
Monday, June 26, 2006Excel ArenaSt. Paul, Minnesota  
Tusday, June 27, 2006Excel ArenaSt. Paul, Minnesota  
Thursday, June 29, 2006Summerfest
Marcus Amphitheater
Milwaukee, Wisconsin  
Friday, June 30, 2006Summerfest
Marcus Amphitheater
Milwaukee, Wisconsin  
Sunday, July 2, 2006Pepsi CenterDenver, Colorado  
Monday, July 3, 2006Pepsi CenterDenver, Colorado  
Saturday, July 29, 2006Clark County AmphitheaterPortland, Oregon  
Sunday, July 30, 2006White River AmphitheaterSeattle, Washington  
Friday, August 4, 2006Smirnoff Music CenterDallas, Texas  
Sours: https://www.thepettyarchives.com/archives/miscellany/performances/setlists
Slipknot - Live Rock In Rio 2015 (Full Concert Remastered) 1080p
New Years Eve 360
Birmingham, AL
December 31st, 2015Decadence
Denver, CO
December 30th, 2015Basslights (Night 2)
Hampton, VA
December 20th, 2015Basslights (Night 1)
Hampton, VA
December 19th, 2015EDC Orlando
Orlando, FL
November 7th, 2015Halloween Masquerade
Grand Rapids, MI
October 31st, 2015Freaky Deaky
Chicago, IL
October 30th, 2015Austin City Limits (Weekend 2)
Austin, TX
October 10th, 2015Austin City Limits (Weekend 1)
Austin, TX
October 3rd, 2015Bay Area Vibez Festival
Oakland, CA
September 27th, 2015Tomorrow World Festival
Atlanta, GA
September 26th, 2015Dancefestopia
Kansas City, MO
September 12th, 2015Bumbershoot
Seattle, WA
September 7th, 2015Nocturnal Wonderland
San Bernardino, CA
September 6th, 2015Made in America Festival
Philadelphia, PA
September 5th, 2015Summer Set Festival
Somerset, WI
August 14th, 2015Moonrise Festival
Baltimore, MD
August 8th, 2015Lollapalooza
Chicago, IL
August 2nd, 2015WayHome Music & Arts Festival
Toronto, ON
July 25th, 2015Camp Bisco
Scranton, PA
July 18th, 2015Pemberton Music Festival
Pemberton, BC (Canada)
July 16th, 2015Electric Forest
Rothbury, MI
June 27th, 2015EDC Las Vegas
Las Vegas, NV
June 21st, 2015Bonnaroo
Manchester, TN
June 13th, 2015Red Rocks (Night 3)
Morrison, CO
May 31st, 2015Red Rocks (Night 2)
Morrison, CO
May 30th, 2015Red Rocks (Night 1)
Morrison, CO
May 29th, 2015EDC New York
East Rutherford, NJ
May 23rd, 2015Ultra
Miami, FL
March 28th, 2015Buku Music & Art Project
New Orleans, LA
March 14th, 2015EDC Peurto Rico
Barceloneta, Puerto Rico
February 21st, 2015
Sours: https://808sets.com/index.php?p=search-year&y=2015

Setlist kansas 2015

The On The Road AgainTour (also referred to as OTRA or OTRAT) is One Direction's fourth headlining tour. It was announced on May 19, 2014 and began on February 7, 2015. It concluded on October 31, 2015.

In April 2015, Billboard[1] announced the OTRA Tour was the top grossing Hot Tour after the completion of the first leg. During that leg, the tour garnered $62 million in ticket sales. In July 2015, Billboard announced in their Midyear Touring Report that OTRA was again the top grossing tour of 2015, bringing in $81 million dollars, around $40 million more than runners-up The Foo Fighters.[2] In October 2015, Billboard reported OTRA's North American leg had earned the band $80.6 million, bringing the entire tour's total earnings to $188 million.[3] In January 2016, Pollstarpro.com announced it was the top earning tour of 2015 with $210.2 million earned and 2,364,390 tickets sold.[4]

It was Zayn Malik's final tour with the band, he exited the group in March, shortly before the first leg was completed.        

Background

The tour was announced on May 19, 2014 on Twitter[5] and Facebook. The dates for the first 19 shows - which were in in Australia, Japan, Singapore, Thailand, Hong Kong, Philippines, Indonesia, South Africa and the United Arab Emirates - were released ranging from early February till the end of April. 23 shows in Europe and the USA were later added from early June until early September. A following 6 Canadian dates were added. Due to the high demand for tickets, numerous extra shows were added.

Announcements

A video was released on May 10, 2014 from the boys, announcing that they'd be playing in the Philippines for one show in Manila on March 21, 2015[6].

Another video was released on May 18, 2014 where the boys announced they would be performing live in South Africa for the "very first time next year" on March 28th, 29th and April 1, 2015 in 2 different stadiums[7].

The Australian shows were announced during an interview on the Australian breakfast tv show "Today"[8]. Niall revealed they'd be playing shows in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in stadiums where some of the biggest sporting teams had also played.

The Singapore announcement video was released on May 19, 2014 revealing the date and location of the concert: March 11th and the "New National Stadium", respectively[9].

The Dubai announcement video was also released on May 19th and consists of the boys telling fans the date of the show (April 5, 2015) and to "keep up with up and all the news about our first ever Dubai show by liking One Direction Dubai on Facebook"[10].

The Japan announcement video was also released on May 19th, and in it they revealed they would be in Japan in February 2015 and expressed how "amazing it was last time" and that they "can't wait to be there again"[11].
In the Thailand announcement video, which was also released on May 19th, they confirmed they would "finally" be playing in Bangkok in Rajamangala Stadium on March 14th[12].

In the Indonesia

Sours: https://onedirection.fandom.com/wiki/On_the_Road_Again_Tour
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Maroon V Tour

Maroon 5 World Tour 2015 poster.jpg

Promotional poster for the tour

Location
  • North America
  • Europe
  • Asia
  • Oceania
  • Africa
  • South America
Associated albumV
Start dateFebruary 16, 2015 (2015-02-16)
End dateMay 12, 2018 (2018-05-12)
Legs13
No. of shows132

The Maroon V Tour (also known as M5 On the Road Tour) was the ninth headlining concert tour by American band Maroon 5 in support of their fifth album V (pronounced: "five"). The tour began on February 16, 2015, in Dallas and concluded on May 12, 2018 in Zapopan, Mexico, comprising 132 concerts.

Background and development[edit]

The tour was announced in May 2014. The band stated that, through a contract with Live Nation, they are set to embark on a world tour in late 2014 through to early 2015 in support of the new album.[1] In June, the band posted a photo on their official Instagram account asking fans where they should perform "with a tour coming soon".[2] Also through Instagram, in August the band revealed with a series of photos the states where they will bring the tour. All the dates for North America and Europe were announced on September 2, 2014 and due to the high demand, second shows as well as brand new dates were later announced by the band.[3] During 2015, Maroon 5 announced shows in Asia, Oceania, Mexico and South America, as well as a second leg in North America which is scheduled to take place in cities where they have not performed during the first. In early 2016, new European shows were added. In September 2016, Maroon 5 confirmed the seven dates of the North American leg from September and October 2016, was postponed until February and March 2017.[4]

Opening acts[edit]

2015[edit]

2016[edit]

2017[edit]

Setlist[edit]

This set list is representative of the show in Kansas City on March 21, 2015. It is not representative of all concerts for the duration of the tour.[10]

  1. "Animals"
  2. "One More Night" (contains elements of "Monster")
  3. "Stereo Hearts" (Gym Class Heroes cover)
  4. "Harder to Breathe"
  5. "Lucky Strike"
  6. "Wake Up Call"
  7. "Love Somebody"
  8. "Maps"
  9. "This Love"
  10. "Sunday Morning"
  11. "Makes Me Wonder"
  12. "Payphone"
  13. "Daylight"
  14. "It Was Always You"
  15. "She Will Be Loved"
  16. "Moves Like Jagger"
  17. "Sugar"
  18. "This Summer" (recorded music video on May 28)

Notes

  • During the show in Anaheim, California on April 6, 2015, The Lonely Island member and actor Andy Samberg makes appearance to the audience, right after the performance by Magic!, before introducing to Maroon 5 in the show.
  • During the show in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on March 20, 2016, Adam Levine performed "Garota de Ipanema (The Girl from Ipanema)", singing the first verse in portuguese and the rest in english.[11]

Special guests

The band performed duets with musical guests on most dates of the tour.

Shows[edit]

Date City Country Venue Opening acts Attendance Revenue
Leg 1 — North America[14]
February 16, 2015 DallasUnited States American Airlines CenterMagic!
Rozzi Crane
14,879 / 14,879 $1,296,614
February 17, 2015 HoustonToyota Center12,554 / 12,554 $1,246,700
February 19, 2015 AtlantaPhilips Arena14,620 / 14,620 $1,296,760
February 24, 2015 SunriseBB&T Center14,641 / 14,641 $1,301,007
February 25, 2015 TampaAmalie Arena15,031 / 15,031 $1,034,559
February 27, 2015 NashvilleBridgestone Arena16,574 / 16,574 $1,378,733
February 28, 2015 IndianapolisBankers Life Fieldhouse14,539 / 14,539 $1,300,855
March 2, 2015 Washington, D.C. Verizon Center15,183 / 15,183 $1,487,083
March 3, 2015 BostonTD Garden14,662 / 14,662 $1,368,256
March 5, 2015 New York City Madison Square Garden29,998 / 29,998 $2,852,671
March 6, 2015
March 8, 2015 East RutherfordIzod Center16,624 / 16,624 $1,565,026
March 9, 2015 PhiladelphiaWells Fargo Center16,204 / 16,204 $1,602,385
March 11, 2015 ColumbusNationwide Arena15,264 / 15,264 $1,387,961
March 13, 2015 PittsburghConsol Energy CenterMagic! 15,546 / 15,546 $1,355,901
March 14, 2015 LouisvilleKFC Yum! CenterMagic!
Rozzi Crane
17,645 / 17,645 $1,484,359
March 16, 2015 TorontoCanada Air Canada Centre16,696 / 16,696 $1,629,143
March 18, 2015 Auburn HillsUnited States The Palace of Auburn Hills15,649 / 15,649 $1,428,899
March 19, 2015 ChicagoUnited Center16,067 / 16,067 $1,479,650
March 21, 2015 Kansas CitySprint Center15,086 / 15,086 $1,482,154
March 23, 2015 St. PaulXcel Energy Center15,502 / 15,502 $1,520,497
March 25, 2015 SaskatoonCanada SaskTel Centre12,560 / 12,560 $942,790
March 26, 2015 EdmontonRexall Place13,950 / 13,950 $1,234,308
March 28, 2015 TacomaUnited States Tacoma Dome19,835 / 19,835 $1,522,061
March 29, 2015 VancouverCanada Rogers Arena15,235 / 15,235 $1,275,236
March 31, 2015 San JoseUnited States SAP Center14,992 / 14,992 $1,304,360
April 1, 2015 San DiegoViejas Arena9,668 / 11,000 $896,360
April 3, 2015 InglewoodThe Forum26,876 / 34,000 $2,389,694
April 4, 2015
April 6, 2015 AnaheimHonda Center12,091 / 12,091 $824,345
Leg 2 — Europe[15]
May 24, 2015 Paris France Zénith ParisN/A 5,988 / 5,988 $421,809
May 26, 2015 London England The SSE Arena WembleyMagic!
Nick Gardner
Mike Watson
19,180 / 19,666 $1,389,567
May 28, 2015
May 31, 2015 BirminghamGenting Arena13,358 / 13,640 $871,586
June 1, 2015 ManchesterManchester Arena13,764 / 15,000 $868,271
June 3, 2015 AmsterdamNetherlands Ziggo Dome15,731 / 16,000 $817,151
Leg 3 — Africa[16]
June 6, 2015[a]RabatMoroccoOLM SouissiGhita N/A N/A
Leg 4 — Europe[17]
June 9, 2015 OberhausenGermany König Pilsener ArenaMagic!
Nick Gardner
Mike Watson
10,331 / 10,331 $507,153
June 10, 2015 MunichOlympiahalle11,601 / 11,601 $558,812
June 12, 2015 MilanItaly Mediolanum Forum10,826 / 10,826 $472,286
June 14, 2015 BarcelonaSpain Palau Sant Jordi16,550 / 16,550 $895,401
June 15, 2015 MadridBarclaycard Center14,088 / 14,088 $854,642
June 17, 2015 LisbonPortugal MEO Arena17,913 / 17,913 $964,155
Leg 5 — North America[18]
August 15, 2015 HersheyUnited States Hersheypark StadiumNick Jonas
Matt McAndrew
26,857 / 28,282 $1,694,801
August 16, 2015 Atlantic CityAtlantic City Beach 37,418 / 55,000 $1,572,769
Leg 6 — Asia[19]
September 2, 2015 YokohamaJapan Yokohama ArenaDirty Loops12,478 / 12,478 $1,303,079
September 4, 2015 Hong Kong AsiaWorld–Arena14,038 / 14,038 $1,531,595
September 7, 2015 SeoulSouth KoreaOlympic Gymnastics Arena26,518 / 26,518 $2,653,948
September 9, 2015
September 10, 2015[b]DaeguDaegu Sub Stadium10,536 / 12,538 $1,061,578
September 14, 2015 TaipeiTaiwanNangang Exhibition Hall38,996 / 38,996 $3,607,637
September 15, 2015
September 17, 2015 PasayPhilippinesMall of Asia Arena11,401 / 11,401 $1,703,200
September 19, 2015[c]SingaporeMarina Bay Street CircuitN/A N/A N/A
September 21, 2015 BangkokThailandImpact ArenaDirty Loops 21,506 / 21,506 $2,039,541
September 22, 2015
Leg 7 — Oceania[20]
September 26, 2015 MelbourneAustralia Rod Laver ArenaDirty Loops
Conrad Sewell
14,089 / 14,089 $1,093,930
September 28, 2015 BrisbaneBrisbane Entertainment Centre11,142 / 11,142 $812,830
September 29, 2015 SydneyAllphones Arena16,479 / 16,479 $1,254,595
October 2, 2015 ChristchurchNew Zealand Horncastle ArenaDirty Loops 8,761 / 8,761 $570,558
October 3, 2015 AucklandVector Arena23,773 / 23,773 $1,687,279
October 4, 2015
Leg 8 — North America[21]
December 30, 2015[d]Las VegasUnited States Mandalay Bay Events CenterPhasesN/A N/A
December 31, 2015
Leg 9 — Latin America[22]
February 25, 2016 GuadalajaraMexico Arena VFGRey Pila11,494 / 11,494 $872,531
February 26, 2016 MonterreyAuditorio Banamex6,811 / 6,811 $746,369
February 29, 2016 Mexico CityForo Sol117,296 / 117,946 $6,344,627
March 1, 2016
March 3, 2016 BogotáColombiaSalitre MagicoThe Mills24,988 / 24,988 $1,935,720
March 5, 2016 Buenos AiresArgentinaHipodromo de PalermoFoxley 27,144 / 27,144 $1,511,076
March 7, 2016 SantiagoChileMovistar ArenaN/A 16,160 / 16,160 $1,238,040
March 9, 2016 Porto AlegreBrazil FIERGS Parking Dashboard Confessional
Dingo Bells
30,000 / 30,000 $1,649,605
March 11, 2016 Belo HorizonteMineirão StadiumDashboard Confessional 25,000 / 25,000 $1,410,566
March 13, 2016 SalvadorSalvador Expo 36,000 / 36,000 $1,896,707
March 15, 2016 FortalezaMarina Park Resort 30,000 / 30,000 $1,485,885
March 17, 2016 São PauloAllianz Parque91,868 / 91,868 $5,326,788
March 19, 2016
March 20, 2016 Rio de JaneiroSambadrome Marquês de Sapucaí35,000 / 35,000 $1,958,232
Leg 10 — Europe[23]
May 28, 2016[e]Lisbon Portugal Parque da Bela VistaN/A N/A N/A
May 29, 2016 NiceFrance Stade Charles-Ehrmann15,798 / 16,000 $1,199,688
June 1, 2016 KrakówPoland Tauron Arena16,700 / 16,700 $1,126,048
June 3, 2016 Moscow Russia Olimpiysky15,326 / 17,000 $1,352,640
June 5, 2016 BucharestRomaniaPiața Constituției29,552 / 33,000 $1,417,856
June 7, 2016[f]BatumiGeorgiaMiracle Square 30,000 / 30,000 $1,037,050
June 9, 2016 AntalyaTurkey Expo Festival Field 20,000 / 20,000 $203,184
Leg 11 — Latin America[24]
July 15, 2016 San JuanPuerto RicoColiseo de Puerto RicoN/A 14,481 / 14,481 $1,687,568
July 17, 2016 AlajuelaCosta RicaParque Viva18,404 / 18,404 $1,688,460
Leg 12 — North America[25]
September 3, 2016 San AntonioUnited States AT&T CenterTove Lo
R. City
15,262 / 15,476 $1,340,020
September 5, 2016 New OrleansSmoothie King Center14,290 / 14,481 $1,413,946
September 7, 2016 MiamiAmerican Airlines Arena14,286 / 14,533 $1,350,822
September 9, 2016 OrlandoAmway Center13,969 / 14,163 $1,285,601
September 10, 2016 ColumbiaColonial Life Arena12,597 / 13,084 $1,173,830
September 12, 2016 MemphisFedExForum10,367 / 16,805 $786,407
September 14, 2016 KnoxvilleThompson–Boling Arena13,966 / 13,966 $1,232,189
September 16, 2016 BaltimoreRoyal Farms Arena12,272 / 12,521 $1,208,346
September 17, 2016 WorcesterDCU Center11,542 / 11,744 $1,111,776
October 3, 2016 St. LouisScottrade Center14,182 / 14,463 $1,265,067
October 4, 2016 LincolnPinnacle Bank Arena13,492 / 13,691 $1,189,881
October 6, 2016 DenverPepsi CenterTove Lo
Phases
14,196 / 14,586 $1,393,631
October 8, 2016 Salt Lake CityVivint Smart Home Arena15,332 / 20,142 $1,336,710
October 9, 2016 BoiseTaco Bell Arena9,403 / 9,567 $921,447
October 11, 2016 SeattleKeyArenaN/A N/A
October 13, 2016 PortlandModa Center13,634 / 15,224 $1,292,883
October 15, 2016 SacramentoGolden 1 Center14,663 / 14,663 $1,560,840
October 16, 2016 OaklandOracle Arena15,081 / 15,081 $1,466,162
December 30, 2016[g]Las Vegas Mandalay Bay Events Center PJ Morton15,383 / 18,000 $2,655,686
December 31, 2016 PJ Morton
Polly A
February 20, 2017[h]MilwaukeeBMO Harris Bradley CenterTinashe
R. City
15,141 / 15,505 $1,306,657
February 22, 2017[i]ClevelandQuicken Loans Arena13,969 / 17,349 $1,244,551
February 24, 2017[j]MontrealCanada Bell Centre29,174 / 29,694 $1,965,776
February 25, 2017
February 27, 2017[k]Quebec CityVideotron Centre14,606 / 15,412 $1,175,272
March 1, 2017 HamiltonFirstOntario Centre13,714 / 13,714 $1,006,505
March 3, 2017[l]CincinnatiUnited States U.S. Bank Arena14,442 / 14,846 $1,257,948
March 5, 2017 RochesterBlue Cross Arena10,269 / 10,504 $863,267
March 7, 2017[m]AlbanyTimes Union Center11,711 / 12,125 $1,079,029
March 8, 2017[n]BuffaloKeyBank Center13,959 / 14,274 $1,365,102
April 29, 2017[o]New Orleans Fair Grounds Race CourseN/A N/A N/A
May 13, 2017[p]CarsonStubHub Center
May 26, 2017[q]NapaNapa Valley Expo
July 15, 2017[r]PendletonPendleton Roundup
September 3, 2017[s]SnowmassSnowmass Town Park The Roots
The Revivalists
Leg 13 — Latin America
September 12, 2017 Panama CityPanamaEstadio Nacional Rod CarewN/A N/A N/A
September 14, 2017 CuritibaBrazil Estadio Couto Pereira
September 15, 2017[t]Rio de Janeiro Barra Olympic Park
September 16, 2017[u]
September 19, 2017 LimaPeruEstadio Nacional de LimaIncubus
March 1, 2018 QuitoEcuadorEstadio Olímpico AtahualpaN/A
March 3, 2018[v]Guatemala CityGuatemalaExplanada Cardales de Cayalá
May 12, 2018 ZapopanMexico Estadio Omnilife
Total 1,864,417 / 1,926,840 (96.76%)$142,434,531

Cancelled shows[edit]

Date City Country Venue Reason
May 29, 2015 LiverpoolEngland Echo ArenaAdam Levine's throat injury[32]
September 1, 2015 OsakaJapan Osaka-jō HallScheduling issues.[33]
September 12, 2015 ShanghaiChina Mercedes-Benz ArenaNo official reason given:[34]
Possibly banned by Chinese authorities due to support of Dalai Lama.[35][36]
September 23, 2015 JakartaIndonesiaIndonesia Convention ExhibitionCelebration of Idul Adha[37]
September 11, 2016 CharlotteUnited States Spectrum CenterOpposition of the Public Facilities Privacy & Security Act in North Carolina[38]
September 12, 2016 RaleighPNC Arena
September 19, 2016 HartfordXL CenterUpcoming birth of frontman Adam Levine's child[39]
June 10, 2017[w]LondonEngland Wembley StadiumScheduling conflict.[40]
September 9, 2017 Punta CanaDominican RepublicHard Rock Hotel & CasinoDue to Hurricane Irma[41]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^The June 6, 2015 concert in Rabat, Morocco at OLM Souissi is part of Mawazine Festival 2015.
  2. ^The September 10, 2015 show was originally scheduled to take place on September 6, 2015 but was delayed.
  3. ^The September 19, 2015 concert in Singapore at Marina Bay Street Circuit is part of Singapore Grand Prix Concert.
  4. ^The concerts on December 30 and 31, 2015, in Las Vegas is part of the New Year's Eve 2016 Festival
  5. ^The May 28, 2016 show in Lisbon at Parque da Bela Vista is part of Rock in Rio.
  6. ^The June 7, 2016 show in Batumi at Miracle Square is part of the Check in Georgia project.
  7. ^The concerts on December 30 and 31, 2016, in Las Vegas is part of the New Year's Eve 2017 Festival.
  8. ^The concert of February 20, 2017 at the BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee was originally scheduled to take place on October 1, 2016, but was postponed due to upcoming birth of frontman Adam Levine's child.
  9. ^The concert of February 22, 2017 at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland was originally scheduled to take place on September 28, 2016, but was postponed due to upcoming birth of frontman Adam Levine's child.
  10. ^The concert of February 24, 2017 at the Bell Centre in Montreal was originally scheduled to take place on September 23, 2016, but was postponed due to upcoming birth of frontman Adam Levine's child.
  11. ^The concert of February 27, 2017 at the Videotron Centre in Quebec City was originally scheduled to take place on September 24, 2016, but was postponed due to upcoming birth of frontman Adam Levine's child.
  12. ^The concert of March 3, 2017 at the U.S. Bank Arena in Cincinnati was originally scheduled to take place on September 29, 2016, but was postponed due to upcoming birth of frontman Adam Levine's child.
  13. ^The concert of March 7, 2017 at the Times Union Center in Albany was originally scheduled to take place on September 21, 2016, but was postponed due to upcoming birth of frontman Adam Levine's child.
  14. ^The concert of March 8, 2017 at the KeyBank Center in Buffalo was originally scheduled to take place on September 26, 2016, but was postponed due to upcoming birth of frontman Adam Levine's child.
  15. ^The April 29, 2017 concert, in New Orleans is part of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.
  16. ^The May 13, 2017 concert, in Carson is part of Wango Tango.[26]
  17. ^The May 26, 2017 concert, in Napa is part of the BottleRock Napa Valley Festival.[27]
  18. ^The July 15, 2017 concert, in Pendleton is part of the Pendleton Whisky Music Fest Festival.[28]
  19. ^The September 3, 2017 concert, in Snowmass is part of the Jazz Aspen Snowmass Experience.[29]
  20. ^The September 15, 2017 show in Rio de Janeiro at Barra Olympic Park is part of Rock in Rio. Maroon 5 are stepping in for Lady Gaga as she is in hospital for severe pain.[30]
  21. ^The September 16, 2017 show in Rio de Janeiro at Barra Olympic Park is part of Rock in Rio.
  22. ^The March 3, 2018 show in Guatemala City at Explanada Cardales de Cayalá was originally scheduled to take place on September 21, 2017, but was postponed due to circumstances beyond their control.[31]
  23. ^The June 10, 2017 concert in London at Wembley Stadium was originally to be part of the Summertime Ball, but was cancelled due to scheduling conflict.

References[edit]

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Tilausta tehdessä anna tarvittavat lisätieto-ohjeet jotta Äxän lähettiläs löytää varmasti perille. Esim kerros, porras, ovikoodin nro, jätä paketti talon kuistille jne. Mitä kivemmat ja selkeämmät ohjeet lisätiedoissa, sitä paremmin lähettiläämme löytää perille. HUOM Muista aina laittaa puh.numerosi mukaan tilaukseen!

Kun teet tilauksesi aamulla klo 10.00 mennessä, PYRIMME toimittamaan tilauksesi vielä saman päivän aikana. Toki vielä tässä vaiheessa on epäselvää paljonko tilauksia nasahtelee joten jos tulee älytön ruuhka, viive voi olla muutamia päiviä. Infotaan näistä mahdollisista tilausruuhkista kyllä erikseen.

Tilaukset toimitetaan Hakaniemen myymälästä. Jos tilaat tuotteita jotka eivät ole Hakaniemen varastossa, toimitamme sinulle paketin sitten kun kaikki saman tilauksen tuotteet ovat saapuneet Hakaniemeen. Jos tilaat samalla kertaa tulevia julkaisuja, myöhemmin varastoon saapuvia tuotteita niin myös tällöin koko tilauksesi toimitetaan kun kaikki tilauksen tuotteet ovat Hakaniemen Äxässä.

Tilauksia kotitoimitellaan maanantaista perjantaihin klo 10.00-20.00 välisenä aikana ja tilaukset toimitetaan kotiin Äxän oman henkilökunnan voimin. Meillä on aluksi käytössä yksi autolla huristeleva Äxän tyyppi ja yksi pyörällä tykittelevä Äxäläinen. Oletus on että monenlaista pitkätukkaa ja risupartaa löytyy näistä Äxäläisistä joten älä säikähdä jos epäilyttävä hippi hiippailee ovesi takana - hänellä on (tällä kertaa) taatusti vain levykäisiä toimitettavana ja hyvät siis mielessä.

Jos olet tehnyt "Kotiinkuljetus Helsinkiin" tilauksen oletamme lähtökohtaisesti että sinä tai joku muu perheenjäsen on kotona ja vastaanottaa paketin. Toki myös postilaatikkoa voidaan käyttää jos toimitettava "vehje" ei ole liian massiivinen. Kun saavumme kotiovellesi, lähettimme jättää ensin pussukan oven suuhun, sen jälkeen painaa ovikelloa ja tämän jälkeen ottaa parin metrin ns hajuraon. Sitten sinä otat Äxän pussukan ja me sanotaan morjens, kiitos ja kuulemiin.

Sen jälkeen: Ota levyt pussukasta, riisu ne muoveista ja laita levykäinen soimaan ja nauti uskomattomasta tunteesta kun sinulle tuotiin levyt kotiisi ja samalla luovutit ainakin osan rahuleistasi meidän käyttöömme.

Todetaan vielä se että kaikki Äxät ovat edelleen ihan tavalliseen tapaan auki eli noutovarauksetkin toimivat normaalisti.

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