List of Yes concert tours (1960s–70s)

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The English progressive rock band Yes has toured for four decades.

The band played live from its creation in Summer 1968. Their first overseas shows were in Belgium and the Netherlands in June 1969. They played regularly through December 1980, with the band splitting up early the next year. The band reformed in 1983, and regular tours resumed in 1984 and continued over the next few decades. The longest break in touring came from late 2004 through late 2008. Touring has tended to focus on the UK and the rest of Europe, North America and Japan, but the band have also played other parts of the world, notably Australia.

Early shows

Songs played in this period (all written by Jon Anderson unless noted):[1]

Date City Country
4 August 1968 Mersea United Kingdom
5 August 1968 London
9 August 1968 Bracknell
10 August 1968 Wollaston
17 August 1968 London
23 August 1968 Stoke-on-Trent
30 August 1968 Welwyn
31 August 1968 London
6 September 1968
8 September 1968 King's Lynn
13 September 1968 Marlow
15 September 1968 London
18 September 1968
19 September 1968
21 September 1968 Margate
22 September 1968
27 September 1968 Rushden
28 September 1968 London
5 October 1968 Hitchin
11 October 1968 Ombersley
12 October 1968 Cirencester
13 October 1968 London
14 October 1968
15 October 1968
17 October 1968
22 October 1968
25 October 1968 Leicester
26 October 1968 London
30 October 1968
1 November 1968 Marlow
2 November 1968 London
5 November 1968
8 November 1968
9 November 1968 Wollaston
13 November 1968 London
15 November 1968
16 November 1968 Leeds
18 November 1968 Newcastle
24 November 1968 London
25 November 1968
26 November 1968
27 November 1968
30 November 1968
6 December 1968 Woodgreen
7 December 1968 Bristol
8 December 1968 London
12 December 1968
13 December 1968
16 December 1968
17 December 1968
19 December 1968
24 December 1968
26 December 1968
31 December 1968
1 January 1969
7 January 1969
8 January 1969
10 January 1969
15 January 1969
18 January 1969 Portsmouth
22 January 1969 London
23 January 1969 Wolverhampton
24 January 1969 Plymouth
29 January 1969 London
1 February 1969 Bournemouth
5 February 1969 London
12 February 1969
13 February 1969 Worthing
14 February 1969 Battersea
15 February 1969 London
16 February 1969 Sunderland
17 February 1969 Wolverhampton
19 February 1969 London
24 February 1969 Sheffield
25 February 1969 Cambridge
26 February 1969 London
27 February 1969
28 February 1969 Richmond
1 March 1969 Chesterfield
5 March 1969 London
7 March 1969 York
8 March 1969 Sunderland
9 March 1969 Kidderminster
12 March 1969 London
15 March 1969 Southampton
16 March 1969 London
17 March 1969
19 March 1969
20 March 1969 Salford
21 March 1969 Wolverhampton
22 March 1969 Battersea
25 March 1969 London
26 March 1969
28 March 1969
29 March 1969 Barnet
2 April 1969 London
3 April 1969 Harrowfield
4 April 1969 London
9 April 1969
14 April 1969
16 April 1969
17 April 1969
21 April 1969
23 April 1969
24 April 1969 Montreux
25 April 1969
26 April 1969 Goddelau
27 April 1969
28 April 1969 London
29 April 1969
2 May 1969 Plymouth
3 May 1969 Chelsea
8 May 1969 Scarborough
10 May 1969 Exeter
11 May 1969 Kidderminster
14 May 1969 London
16 May 1969
17 May 1969
18 May 1969
21 May 1969
22 May 1969
24 May 1969 Southend-on-Sea
25 May 1969 Wolverhampton
28 May 1969 London
29 May 1969 Plymouth
31 May 1969 Brighton
2 June 1969 Sunderland
4 June 1969 London
5 June 1969 Scarborough
6 June 1969 Hull
9 June 1969 London
11 June 1969
13 June 1969 Leicester
15 June 1969 Kidderminster
16 June 1969 London
20 June 1969 Canterbury
21 June 1969 Antwerp Belgium
23 June 1969 London United Kingdom
25 June 1969
27 June 1969 Amsterdam Netherlands
28 June 1969 Birmingham United Kingdom
29 June 1969 Redcar
30 June 1969 Sunderland
2 July 1969 London
3 July 1969
4 July 1969 Barnstaple
5 July 1969 Haverfordwest
6 July 1969 London
8 July 1969
9 July 1969
10 July 1969 Penzance
11 July 1969 London
12 July 1969 Nottingham
13 July 1969 Wembley
16 July 1969 London
18 July 1969 Belfast
19 July 1969 Dublin Ireland
23 July 1969 London United Kingdom
25 July 1969 South Shields
26 July 1969 Kirklevington
27 July 1969 Bridgend
28 July 1969 Bristol
30 July 1969 London
2 August 1969 Ryde
3 August 1969 London
4 August 1969
6 August 1969
7 August 1969
8 August 1969 Birmingham
9 August 1969 Plumpton
10 August 1969 London
11 August 1969 Paris France
13 August 1969 Tolworth United Kingdom
14 August 1969 London
15 August 1969 Barnstaple
16 August 1969 Plymouth
20 August 1969 Hamburg Germany
21 August 1969
22 August 1969 Lekkerkerk Netherlands
23 August 1969
24 August 1969 Maastricht
26 August 1969 Wiesbaden Germany
27 August 1969 Goddelau
30 August 1969 Munich
31 August 1969
2 September 1969
4 September 1969
5 September 1969
6 September 1969
7 September 1969
12 September 1969 Sheffield United Kingdom
13 September 1969 Kirklevington
14 September 1969 Bishop Auckland
15 September 1969 Romford
18 September 1969 London
20 September 1969 Haverfordwest
21 September 1969 Kidderminster
23 September 1969 Stoke-on-Trent
26 September 1969 Bristol
27 September 1969 Malvern
28 September 1969 Harrogate
3 October 1969 Plymouth
4 October 1969 Bristol
9 October 1969 Essen Germany
11 October 1969 Newcastle United Kingdom
12 October 1969 Redcar
17 October 1969 Romford
18 October 1969 Chesterfield
20 October 1969 Sunderland
24 October 1969 Nottingham
25 October 1969 Cardiff
27 October 1969 Amougies Belgium
28 October 1969 Brussels
30 October 1969 London United Kingdom
31 October 1969 Swansea
1 November 1969 Manchester
2 November 1969 London
3 November 1969
7 November 1969 Birmingham
13 November 1969 London
14 November 1969 Newcastle
15 November 1969 Folkestone
26 November 1969 Basel Switzerland
27 November 1969 Bern
28 November 1969 Gerlafingen
30 November 1969 Locarno
2 December 1969 Montreux
5 December 1969 Stoke-on-Trent United Kingdom
6 December 1969 Weston-Super-Mare
7 December 1969 Croydon
9 December 1969 Harrowfield
10 December 1969 West Hampstead
11 December 1969 Leicester
12 December 1969 Newport
13 December 1969 London
14 December 1969 Redcar
19 December 1969 Harrowfield
21 December 1969 Sheffield
24 December 1969 Southall
26 December 1969 London
27 December 1969 Kirklevington
28 December 1969 Birmingham
30 December 1969 Plymouth
7 January 1970 Tolworth
10 January 1970 Paris France
11 January 1970
17 January 1970 Bradford United Kingdom
19 January 1970 London
23 January 1970 Stoke-on-Trent
24 January 1970 Southampton
25 January 1970 Croydon
27 January 1970 Llanelli
29 January 1970 Boston
30 January 1970 Coventry
31 January 1970 Uxbridge
1 February 1970 Sunderland
7 February 1970 London
8 February 1970 Oxford
14 February 1970 Canterbury
19 February 1970 Copenhagen Denmark
20 February 1970 Gothenburg Sweden
21 February 1970 Stockholm
22 February 1970 Oslo Norway
24 February 1970 Bremen Germany
26 February 1970 Barnstaple United Kingdom
27 February 1970 Plymouth
28 February 1970 Knightsbridge
6 March 1970 Bingley
7 March 1970 Leeds
9 March 1970 Darlington
12 March 1970 London
13 March 1970 Gloucester
14 March 1970 Croydon
16 March 1970 Düsseldorf Germany
20 March 1970 Salford United Kingdom
21 March 1970 London
22 March 1970
27 March 1970 Roubaix France
28 March 1970 Salisbury United Kingdom
29 March 1970 Birmingham
30 March 1970 Devon
3 April 1970 Cologne Germany
4 April 1970 Erlangen
5 April 1970 Aschaffenburg
7 April 1970 London United Kingdom
10 April 1970
14 April 1970 Surbiton
16 April 1970 Weymouth
17 April 1970 Surbiton
18 April 1970 Luton
24 April 1970 Sheffield United Kingdom
16 May 1970 Düsseldorf Germany
6 June 1970 Yeovil United Kingdom

Guitarist Peter Banks was fired from the band after the gig at Luton College on 18 April 1970.[2] The last three shows were cancelled due to lack of a guitarist.

The Yes Album Tour

On various dates of the tour, Yes were supported by Black Sabbath,[3] Uriah Heep,[3] Supertramp,[3] Deep Purple,[3] Wishbone Ash,[3] The Strawbs,[4] Iron Butterfly,[4] Queen,[5] and Jethro Tull.[5] At other performances, such as festivals, the band shared the bill with Pink Floyd[3] and Elton John.[6]

Beginning with the 1971 dates (when Yes began to be supported by Iron Butterfly), ticket prices were set at 10s[4]—approximately £10 ($16 USD) in 2012.

Set list:[4]

Also included:

Date City Country
17 July 1970 London United Kingdom
19 July 1970 Redcar
24 July 1970 London
26 July 1970 Croydon
31 July 1970 Plymouth
2 August 1970 Croydon
9 August 1970 Plumpton
14 August 1970 Leytonstone
16 August 1970 Barkisland
18 August 1970 London
21 August 1970 Devon
22 August 1970 Dagenham
29 August 1970 Lincoln
31 August 1970 Redcar
5 September 1970 Huy Belgium
6 September 1970 Dortmund Germany
10 September 1970 Swansea United Kingdom
11 September 1970
12 September 1970 Colchester
18 September 1970 Eltham
19 September 1970 Bishop's Stortford
20 September 1970 Nottingham
22 September 1970 Birmingham
23 September 1970 Barry
26 September 1970 Margate
27 September 1970 Croydon
28 September 1970 Aberystwyth
1 October 1970 Scarborough
2 October 1970 Leicester
3 October 1970 Watford
9 October 1970 Stratford
10 October 1970 London
15 October 1970 Dundee
16 October 1970 Newcastle
17 October 1970 Malvern
20 October 1970 London
23 October 1970 Leeds
24 October 1970 Plymouth
26 October 1970 Romford
30 October 1970 Guildford
31 October 1970 London
5 November 1970 Bern Germany
6 November 1970
10 November 1970 Munich
13 November 1970 London United Kingdom
14 November 1970 Bradford
20 November 1970 Lancaster
21 November 1970 Oxford
22 November 1970 Plymouth
25 November 1970 Cambridge
27 November 1970 Southend-on-Sea
28 November 1970 Boston
8 December 1970 Newcastle
9 December 1970 Hull
10 December 1970 Middlesbrough
11 December 1970 Warrington
13 December 1970 Bromley
14 December 1970 Dunstable
18 December 1970 London
19 December 1970 Folkestone
20 December 1970 Cleethorpes
22 December 1970 Shrewsbury
3 January 1971 Croydon
8 January 1971 Eindhoven Netherlands
9 January 1971 Amsterdam
10 January 1971 Rotterdam
13 January 1971 Glasgow United Kingdom
14 January 1971 Newcastle
15 January 1971 Lancaster
16 January 1971 Southsea
17 January 1971 Bristol
18 January 1971 London
19 January 1971 Birmingham
21 January 1971 Southampton
23 January 1971 Aarhus Denmark
24 January 1971 Gothenburg Sweden
25 January 1971 Copenhagen Denmark
31 January 1971 Paris France
12 February 1971 New Cross United Kingdom
13 February 1971 London
19 February 1971 Leeds
20 February 1971 Kingston upon Thames
27 February 1971 Dagenham
4 March 1971 Liverpool
5 March 1971 Doncaster
6 March 1971 Brighton
7 March 1971 Redcar
9 March 1971 Birmingham
10 March 1971 Bournemouth
12 March 1971 Cardiff
14 March 1971 Blackburn
15 March 1971 Guildford
16 March 1971 Nottingham
17 March 1971 Guildford
19 March 1971 Stirling
20 March 1971 Aviemore
21 March 1971 Dunfermline
22 March 1971 Glasgow
23 March 1971 Norwich
25 March 1971 Harrogate
27 March 1971 Berlin Germany
28 March 1971
30 March 1971 Wolverhampton United Kingdom
4 April 1971 Hemel Hempstead
6 April 1971 Manchester
8 April 1971 Leeds
10 April 1971 Surbiton
12 April 1971 London
15 April 1971 Frankfurt Germany
16 April 1971 Böblingen
17 April 1971 Saarbrücken
18 April 1971 Hamburg
24 April 1971 Nelson United Kingdom
25 April 1971 London
30 April 1971 Luton
1 May 1971 Barking
2 May 1971 Stoke-on-Trent
6 May 1971 Chatham
7 May 1971 Oxford
9 May 1971 Rome Italy
10 May 1971 Milan
11 May 1971 Rome
14 May 1971 Birmingham United Kingdom
15 May 1971 Norwich
16 May 1971 Leicester
21 May 1971 Liverpool
22 May 1971 Manchester
23 May 1971 Harrogate
5 June 1971 Berlin Germany
24 June 1971 Edmonton Canada
25 June 1971 Vancouver
26 June 1971 Seattle United States
27 June 1971 Sacramento
28 June 1971 Los Angeles
29 June 1971
30 June 1971 Oklahoma City
1 July 1971 San Antonio
2 July 1971 Dallas
3 July 1971 Houston
4 July 1971 New Orleans
5 July 1971 Indianapolis
6 July 1971 DeLand
7 July 1971 Orlando
8 July 1971 Hampton
9 July 1971 Wildwood
10 July 1971 Asbury Park
11 July 1971 Alexandria
14 July 1971 Port Chester
15 July 1971
16 July 1971 Detroit
17 July 1971
18 July 1971 Toronto Canada
19 July 1971 Ottawa
20 July 1971 Cleveland United States
23 July 1971 New York City
24 July 1971 New Haven
31 July 1971 London United Kingdom

Cancelled shows

Date City Country
2 November 1970 Dunstable United Kingdom
3 November 1970
24 November 1970 Bradford
1 December 1970 London
2 December 1970 Manchester
4 December 1970 Lancaster
5 December 1970 Liverpool
26 December 1970 Brighton
28 January 1971 Bremen Germany
29 January 1971 Lille France
30 January 1971 Lyon
31 January 1971 Brussels Belgium
1 February 1971 Paris France
2 February 1971
6 February 1971 Cardiff United Kingdom
7 February 1971 Redcar
8 February 1971 Liege France
9 February 1971 Brussels Belgium
29 May 1971 Exeter United Kingdom
4 June 1971 Clacton
5 June 1971 Berlin Germany
18 June 1971 Southport United Kingdom
26 June 1971 Sheffield
31 June 1971 Boston United States

The February 1971 shows in Paris were cancelled due to rioting.[7] After leaving France, the band had to cancel some UK shows after their van was involved in a road collision.[7][8]

Fragile Tour

The tour saw the band play a total of 111 concerts in the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, the United States, and Belgium over four legs—two European legs and two North American legs.[9][10]

Support came from Jonathan Swift, Ten Years After, Mary Wells,[6] Emerson, Lake and Palmer, The J. Geils Band, King Crimson, The Blues Project, and Shawn Phillips.

Setlist:[11]

  • "Roundabout" (Anderson, Howe)
  • "I've Seen All Good People" (Anderson, Squire)
  • "Mood for a Day/Clap" (Howe)
  • "Heart of the Sunrise" (Anderson, Squire, Bruford)
  • Wakeman solo (Rick Wakeman)
  • "Long Distance Runaround/The Fish (Schindleria Praematurus)" (Anderson, Squire)
  • "Perpetual Change" (Anderson, Squire)
  • "Yours Is No Disgrace" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Kaye, Bruford)
  • "South Side of the Sky" (only occasionally) (Anderson, Squire)
Date City Country
Europe
24 September 1971 Devon United Kingdom
25 September 1971 Devizes
30 September 1971 Leicester
1 October 1971 Manchester
2 October 1971 Bradford
3 October 1971 Hemel Hempstead
4 October 1971 Aberdeen
6 October 1971 Glasgow
8 October 1971 London
10 October 1971 Dundee
11 October 1971 Wolverhampton
12 October 1971 Bristol
13 October 1971 Sheffield
15 October 1971 Stockton-on-Tees
16 October 1971 Newcastle
17 October 1971 Stoke
18 October 1971 Birmingham
21 October 1971 Warwick
22 October 1971 Leeds
23 October 1971 Edinburgh
25 October 1971 Chatham
26 October 1971 Liverpool
27 October 1971 Southampton
28 October 1971
31 October 1971 Amsterdam Netherlands
North America
1 November 1971 Waterbury United States
3 November 1971 Los Angeles
4 November 1971
5 November 1971
6 November 1971
7 November 1971
8 November 1971 San Francisco
9 November 1971 Los Angeles
10 November 1971 San Diego
11 November 1971 Los Angeles
12 November 1971 Oklahoma City
13 November 1971 Philadelphia
14 November 1971 Chicago
15 November 1971 Detroit
16 November 1971
17 November 1971 Elyria
19 November 1971 Richmond
20 November 1971 Durham
21 November 1971 DeLand
22 November 1971 Atlanta
24 November 1971 New York City
25 November 1971
27 November 1971
28 November 1971 Stony Brook
30 November 1971 New York City
1 December 1971 Waterbury
2 December 1971 Cincinnati
3 December 1971 Akron
4 December 1971 Gettysburg
5 December 1971 Plattsburgh
8 December 1971 Pittsburgh
9 December 1971 Gaithersburg
10 December 1971 Carlisle
11 December 1971 Garden City
12 December 1971 Newark
14 December 1971 Boston
15 December 1971 Cleveland
16 December 1971 Pittsburgh
18 December 1971 New Orleans
Europe
14 January 1972 London United Kingdom
15 January 1972
19 January 1972 Leuven Belgium
20 January 1972 Antwerp
21 January 1972 Amsterdam Netherlands
23 January 1972 Rotterdam
28 January 1972 Bristol United Kingdom
29 January 1972 Boston
30 January 1972 Bristol
31 January 1972 Manchester
North America
18 February 1972 Bethany United States
19 February 1972 New York City
21 February 1972 Asbury Park
22 February 1972 Princeton
23 February 1972 New York City
24 February 1972 Burlington
25 February 1972 Smithfield
26 February 1972 Passaic
27 February 1972 Waterbury
29 February 1972 New York City
1 March 1972 Rochester
2 March 1972 Syracuse
4 March 1972 Salem
5 March 1972 Richmond
6 March 1972 Wilmington
7 March 1972 Kutztown
10 March 1972 San Francisco
11 March 1972
13 March 1972 Denver
14 March 1972 Spokane
15 March 1972 Los Angeles
16 March 1972 Tucson
17 March 1972 San Bernardino
18 March 1972 San Diego
19 March 1972 Las Vegas
21 March 1972 Chicago
22 March 1972 Detroit
23 March 1972 Cincinnati
24 March 1972 South Bend
25 March 1972 Columbus
26 March 1972 Mentor
27 March 1972 Boston

Cancelled shows

Wilkinson (2003) lists only two shows from the tour as being cancelled. The first, on 9 October 1971 at the Edinburgh Empire Theatre, was cancelled after the PA system failed to arrive at the venue.[6] A newspaper story at the time reported that the equipment van, travelling to Scotland from the Royal Festival Hall from the previous evening's concert, broke down in Birmingham.[6] Similarly, two replacement vans also broke down.[6] The band rescheduled the date for 23 October, with original tickets still valid. The band offered free posters to fans attending the 23 October show.[6]

The second appearance to be cancelled was on 2 November at the Oakland Coliseum in Oakland, California—the first show of the tour's North American leg.[6] The concert was cancelled as the band's PA system was stolen.[6]

Other sources state that it was the 8 November show at the San Francisco Winterland Ballroom that was cancelled due to the stolen PA system, implying that the band appeared that night at the Oakland Coliseum (with a rented sound system) instead.[12] Additionally, reports exist of a show on 29 October in Rotterdam, Netherlands, that was also cancelled.[12]

Date City Country
9 October 1971 Edinburgh United Kingdom
2 November 1971 Oakland United States

Close to the Edge Tour

The tour saw the band play a total of 95 concerts in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Japan and Australia over seven legs—three North American legs, two European legs, an Asian leg and an Australasian leg.[13]

Support came from Eagles, Edgar Winter, Lindisfarne, Mahavishnu Orchestra, Gary Wright, The J Geils Band, Badger,[14] and Focus.[15]

Setlist:[16]

At the 19 March 1973 show at Brisbane Festival Hall, Rick Wakeman and Steve Howe played short renditions of "Waltzing Matilda" and "Tie Me Kangaroo Down Sport".[15]

Date City Country Venue
North America
30 July 1972 Dallas United States Dallas Convention Center
31 July 1972 Houston Hofheinz Pavilion
1 August 1972 Oklahoma City Fairgrounds Arena
2 August 1972 Denver Denver Coliseum
4 August 1972 Long Beach Long Beach Arena
5 August 1972 Berkeley Berkeley Community Theatre
6 August 1972 Portland Memorial Coliseum
7 August 1972 Vancouver Canada Pacific Coliseum
8 August 1972 Seattle United States Paramount Theatre
10 August 1972 Trotwood Hara Arena
11 August 1972 Akron Rubber Bowl
12 August 1972 Asbury Park Asbury Park Convention Hall
13 August 1972 Columbia Merriweather Post Pavilion
15 August 1972 Philadelphia The Spectrum
16 August 1972 New York City Gaelic Park
18 August 1972 Louisville Louisville Convention Center
20 August 1972 Memphis Mid-South Coliseum
21 August 1972 Edwardsville Mississippi River Festival
Europe
2 September 1972 London England Crystal Palace Bowl
4 September 1972 Glasgow Scotland Kelvin Hall
5 September 1972
9 September 1972 Bristol England Colston Hall
10 September 1972 Manchester Belle Vue Zoological Gardens
12 September 1972 Newcastle Newcastle City Hall
North America
15 September 1972 Pembroke Pines United States Hollywood Sportatorium
16 September 1972 Tampa Curtis Hixon Hall
17 September 1972 Jacksonville Jacksonville Memorial Coliseum
19 September 1972 Cincinnati Cincinnati Gardens
20 September 1972 Indianapolis Fairgrounds Coliseum
21 September 1972 Detroit Cobo Arena
22 September 1972 Chicago Arie Crown Theater
23 September 1972 Minneapolis The Armory
24 September 1972 Milwaukee MECCA Arena
25 September 1972 Hartford Dillon Stadium
26 September 1972 Boston Music Theatre
27 September 1972 Richmond Richmond Coliseum
29 September 1972 New Orleans Municipal Auditorium
30 September 1972 Atlanta Municipal Auditorium
1 October 1972 Tuscaloosa Memorial Coliseum
2 October 1972 Columbia Carolina Coliseum
3 October 1972 Charlotte Charlotte Coliseum
28 October 1972 Millersville Millersville University
29 October 1972 Syracuse Onondaga County War Memorial
30 October 1972 Waterloo Canada University of Waterloo
31 October 1972 Toronto Maple Leaf Gardens
1 November 1972 Ottawa National Arts Centre
2 November 1972 Montreal Theatre Saint-Denis
3 November 1972 Flint United States IMA Sports Arena
4 November 1972 Columbus St. John Arena
5 November 1972 Erie Hammermill Center
6 November 1972 Youngstown Beeghly Center
7 November 1972 Pittsburgh Civic Arena
8 November 1972 Huntington Veterans Memorial Fieldhouse
10 November 1972 Roanoke Roanoke Civic Center
11 November 1972 Durham Cameron Indoor Stadium
12 November 1972 Greensboro Greensboro Coliseum
14 November 1972 Athens Georgia Coliseum
15 November 1972 Knoxville Knoxville Civic Coliseum
16 November 1972 Bowling Green Anderson Arena
17 November 1972 Terre Haute Hulman Center
18 November 1972 Notre Dame Edmund P. Joyce Center
19 November 1972 Kent Memorial Gymnasium
20 November 1972 Uniondale Nassau Coliseum
Europe
15 December 1972 London England Rainbow Theatre
16 December 1972 Rainbow Theatre
17 December 1972 Manchester Hardrock Concert Theatre
Asia
8 March 1973 Tokyo Japan Tokyo Koseinenkin Kaikan
9 March 1973 Shibuya Koukaidou
10 March 1973 Kanda Kyoritsu Koudou
11 March 1973 Nagoya Nagoya-shi Koukaido
12 March 1973 Osaka Kouseinennkin Kaikan
14 March 1973 Kyoto Kyoto Kaikan
Oceania
17 March 1973 Sydney Australia Hordern Pavilion
19 March 1973 Brisbane Brisbane Festival Hall
21 March 1973 Adelaide Apollo Stadium
23 March 1973 Melbourne Festival Hall
26 March 1973 Sydney Hordern Pavilion
North America
4 April 1973 San Diego United States San Diego Sports Arena
5 April 1973 Inglewood Los Angeles Forum
6 April 1973 Las Vegas Ice Palace
7 April 1973 San Francisco Winterland
8 April 1973 Albuquerque Johnson Gymnasium
9 April 1973 Phoenix Phoenix Symphony Hall
11 April 1973 Wichita Century II Convention Hall
12 April 1973 Oklahoma City Fairgrounds Arena
13 April 1973 San Antonio Municipal Auditorium
14 April 1973 Houston Hofheinz Pavilion
15 April 1973 Dallas Dallas Convention Center
16 April 1973 St. Louis Kiel Auditorium
17 April 1973
18 April 1973 Nashville Nashville Municipal Auditorium
19 April 1973 Atlanta Alexander Memorial Coliseum
20 April 1973 Savannah Savannah Civic Center
21 April 1973 Tampa Curtis Hixon Hall
22 April 1973 West Palm Beach West Palm Beach Auditorium

Cancelled shows

The tour's first four scheduled shows were cancelled in the wake of Bill Bruford's resignation from the band. When Alan White was confirmed as a member, the tour began at the fifth scheduled show on 30 July 1972.[14] A whole leg, covering South America, was cancelled.[15] Dates and venues were never released, except for the scheduled performance at the Salle University in Acapulco on 1 May 1973.[15]

Date City Country Venue
26 July 1972 Edwardsville United States Edwardsville Amphitheatre
27 July 1972 Louisville Louisville Convention Center
28 July 1972 Memphis Mid-South Coliseum
29 July 1972 Little Rock Barton Coliseum
29 March 1973 Auckland New Zealand Western Springs
30 March 1973 Wellington Athletic Park
31 March 1973 Christchurch Town Hall
1 May 1973 Acapulco Mexico Salle University

Tales from Topographic Oceans Tour

Setlist:[17]

  • "Siberian Khatru" (Anderson, Howe, Wakeman)
  • "And You and I" (Anderson, Howe, Bruford, Squire)
  • "Close to the Edge" (Anderson, Howe)
  • Wakeman solo (sometimes omitted) (Wakeman)
  • "The Revealing Science of God (Dance of the Dawn)" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Wakeman, Alan White)
  • "The Remembering (High the Memory)" (dropped after 28 February 1974) (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Wakeman, White)
  • "The Ancient (Giants Under the Sun)" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Wakeman, White)
  • "Ritual (Nous Sommes du Soleil)" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Wakeman, White)
  • "Heart of the Sunrise" (dropped after 1 December 1973) (Anderson, Squire, Bruford)
  • "Roundabout" (Anderson, Howe)
  • "Yours Is No Disgrace" (only between 1 December 1973 and 25 February 1974) (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Kaye, Bruford)
  • "Starship Trooper" (added on starting 12 February 1974) (Anderson, Squire, Howe)
Date City Country Venue
16 November 1973 Bournemouth England Winter Garden
17 November 1973
18 November 1973 Bristol Bristol Hippodrome
19 November 1973 Portsmouth Portsmouth Guildhall
20 November 1973 London Rainbow Theatre
21 November 1973
22 November 1973
23 November 1973
24 November 1973
25 November 1973 Oxford New Theatre
26 November 1973 Leicester De Montfort Hall
27 November 1973 Sheffield Sheffield City Hall
28 November 1973 Manchester Free Trade Hall
29 November 1973
30 November 1973 Liverpool Empire Theatre
1 December 1973 Cardiff Capitol Theatre
2 December 1973 Stoke-on-Trent Trentham Gardens
3 December 1973 Birmingham Birmingham Hippodrome
4 December 1973
6 December 1973 Glasgow Scotland Apollo Theatre
7 December 1973
8 December 1973 Newcastle England Newcastle City Hall
9 December 1973
10 December 1973 Edinburgh Scotland Edinburgh Festival Theatre
7 February 1974 Gainesville, Florida United States University Auditorium
8 February 1974 Miami, Florida Miami Baseball Stadium
9 February 1974 Tampa, Florida Tampa Stadium
10 February 1974 Columbia, South Carolina Carolina Coliseum
11 February 1974 Atlanta, Georgia Alexander Memorial Coliseum
12 February 1974 Roanoke, Virginia Roanoke Civic Center
13 February 1974 Baltimore, Maryland Baltimore Civic Center
14 February 1974 Uniondale, New York Nassau Coliseum
15 February 1974 New Haven, Connecticut New Haven Coliseum
16 February 1974 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania The Spectrum
18 February 1974 New York City, New York Madison Square Garden
20 February 1974
21 February 1974 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Civic Arena
22 February 1974 Toronto, Ontario Canada Maple Leaf Gardens
23 February 1974 Binghamton, New York United States Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena
24 February 1974 Ithaca, New York Barton Hall
25 February 1974 Montreal, Quebec Canada Montreal Forum
26 February 1974 Boston, Massachusetts United States Boston Garden
27 February 1974 Detroit, Michigan Cobo Arena
28 February 1974
1 March 1974 Hershey, Pennsylvania Hersheypark Arena
2 March 1974 Louisville, Kentucky Louisville Gardens
3 March 1974 Cincinnati, Ohio Cincinnati Gardens
5 March 1974 Bloomington, Minnesota Metropolitan Sports Center
6 March 1974 Chicago, Illinois International Amphitheatre
7 March 1974
8 March 1974 St. Louis, Missouri Kiel Auditorium
10 March 1974 Memphis, Tennessee Cook Convention Center
11 March 1974 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Fairgrounds Arena
12 March 1974 Wichita, Kansas Century II Convention Hall
13 March 1974 Denver, Colorado Denver Coliseum
14 March 1974 Albuquerque, New Mexico The Pit
15 March 1974 San Francisco, California Winterland
16 March 1974
17 March 1974 Sacramento, California Memorial Auditorium
18 March 1974 Inglewood, California Los Angeles Forum
19 March 1974 Long Beach, California Long Beach Arena
20 March 1974 Fresno, California Selland Arena
21 March 1974 San Diego, California San Diego Sports Arena
23 March 1974 San Antonio, Texas San Antonio Civic Center
24 March 1974 Baton Rouge, Louisiana LSU Assembly Center
25 March 1974 Dallas, Texas Dallas Convention Center
11 April 1974 Frankfurt Germany Messegelande Halle
12 April 1974 Munich Olympiahalle
13 April 1974
14 April 1974 Ludwigshafen Friedrich-Ebert-Halle
15 April 1974 Stuttgart Neue Messhalle
16 April 1974 Dortmund Westfalenhalle
17 April 1974 Rotterdam Netherlands Ahoy Rotterdam
19 April 1974 Paris France Palais Des Sports De Paris
21 April 1974 Zurich Switzerland Hallenstadion
23 April 1974 Rome Italy Palazzo dello Sport

Relayer Tour

Setlist:[18]

  • "Sound Chaser" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, White, Patrick Moraz)
  • "Close to the Edge" (Anderson, Howe)
  • "To Be Over" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, White, Moraz/Anderson, Howe) (sometimes replaced by "High Vibration" (Anderson, Howe), an early version of "Awaken", starting 21 July 1975 up to 23 August 1975)
  • "The Gates of Delirium" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, White, Moraz)
  • "Leaves of Green" (only on 23 August 1975) (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Wakeman, White)
  • "Your Move" / "Mood for a day" (added on from 15 April 1975) (Anderson, Howe)
  • "Long Distance Runaround" / "Moraz solo" (added on from 15 April 1975) (Anderson, Moraz)
  • "Clap" (added on from 15 April 1975) (Howe)
  • "And You and I" (Anderson, Squire, Bruford, Howe)
  • "Ritual (Nous Sommes du Soleil)" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Wakeman, White)
  • "Siberian Khatru" (dropped after 28 November 1974) (Anderson, Howe, Wakeman)
  • "Roundabout" (Anderson, Howe)
  • "South Side of the Sky" (only a few times between 5 December 1974 and 17 December 1974) (Anderson, Squire)
  • "Yours Is No Disgrace" (only on 10 May 1975) (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Kaye, Bruford)
  • "Sweet Dreams" (added on from 15 April 1975 to 21 July 1975) (Anderson, Foster)
  • "Starship Trooper" (starting 22 July 1975) (Anderson, Squire, Howe)
Date City Country Venue
8 November 1974 Columbus, Ohio United States St. John's Arena
13 November 1974 Madison, Wisconsin Dane County Coliseum
14 November 1974 Notre Dame, Indiana Edmund P. Joyce Center
15 November 1974 Indianapolis, Indiana Indiana Convention Center
16 November 1974 Normal, Illinois Horton Fieldhouse
17 November 1974 St. Louis, Missouri Kiel Auditorium
18 November 1974 Detroit, Michigan Cobo Arena
20 November 1974 New York City, New York Madison Square Garden
21 November 1974 Buffalo, New York Memorial Auditorium
22 November 1974 Richfield, Ohio Richfield Coliseum
23 November 1974 Charleston, West Virginia Charleston Civic Center
24 November 1974 Greensboro, North Carolina Greensboro Coliseum
25 November 1974 Knoxville, Tennessee Knoxville Civic Coliseum
28 November 1974 Miami, Florida Miami Jai-Alai Fronton
29 November 1974 Lakeland, Florida Lakeland Civic Center
30 November 1974 Atlanta, Georgia Omni Coliseum
1 December 1974 Baton Rouge, Louisiana LSU Assembly Center
2 December 1974 Houston, Texas Astrodome
4 December 1974 Fort Worth, Texas Tarrant County Convention Center
5 December 1974 Tulsa, Oklahoma Tulsa Assembly Center
6 December 1974 Lawrence, Kansas Allen Fieldhouse
7 December 1974 Iowa City, Iowa Iowa Field House
8 December 1974 Louisville, Kentucky Louisville Gardens
10 December 1974 New Haven, Connecticut New Haven Coliseum
11 December 1974 Boston, Massachusetts Boston Garden
12 December 1974 Baltimore, Maryland Baltimore Civic Center
13 December 1974 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Civic Arena
14 December 1974 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania The Spectrum
15 December 1974 Cincinnati, Ohio Cincinnati Gardens
16 December 1974 Chicago, Illinois International Amphitheatre
17 December 1974 Saint Paul, Minnesota St. Paul Civic Center
15 April 1975 Newcastle England Newcastle City Hall
16 April 1975
17 April 1975
18 April 1975 Glasgow Scotland Apollo Theatre
19 April 1975
20 April 1975 Edinburgh Usher Hall
21 April 1975
23 April 1975 Preston England Preston Guild Hall
24 April 1975 Leicester De Montfort Hall
25 April 1975
27 April 1975 Liverpool Empire Theatre
28 April 1975
29 April 1975 Manchester Palace Theatre
30 April 1975
2 May 1975 Cardiff Wales Capitol Theatre
3 May 1975
5 May 1975 Bristol England Colston Hall
6 May 1975
7 May 1975
10 May 1975 London Queen's Park
12 May 1975 Southampton Gaumont
13 May 1975
14 May 1975
17 May 1975 Stoke-on-Trent Victoria Ground
17 June 1975 Denver, Colorado United States Denver Coliseum
18 June 1975 Salt Lake City, Utah Salt Palace
19 June 1975 Las Vegas, Nevada Las Vegas Convention Center
20 June 1975 Tucson, Arizona Tucson Convention Center
21 June 1975 Hollywood, California Hollywood Bowl
22 June 1975 Tempe, Arizona Sun Devil Stadium
23 June 1975 Long Beach, California Long Beach Arena
24 June 1975 San Diego, California San Diego Sports Arena
25 June 1975 Daly City, California Cow Palace
27 June 1975 Vancouver, British Columbia Canada Pacific Coliseum
28 June 1975 Seattle, Washington United States Seattle Center Coliseum
29 June 1975 Portland, Oregon Memorial Coliseum
2 July 1975 Lincoln, Nebraska Pershing Municipal Auditorium
3 July 1975 Kansas City, Missouri Municipal Auditorium
4 July 1975 Chicago, Illinois Chicago Stadium
5 July 1975 Evansville, Indiana Roberts Municipal Stadium
6 July 1975 Memphis, Tennessee Mid-South Coliseum
8 July 1975 Nashville, Tennessee Municipal Auditorium
9 July 1975 Edwardsville, Illinois Mississippi River Festival
10 July 1975 Indianapolis, Indiana Market Square Arena
11 July 1975 Cleveland, Ohio Municipal Stadium (World Series of Rock)
12 July 1975 Orchard Park, New York Rich Stadium
15 July 1975 Fort Wayne, Indiana Allen County War Memorial Coliseum
16 July 1975 Milwaukee, Wisconsin MECCA Arena
18 July 1975 Montreal, Quebec Canada Montreal Forum
19 July 1975 Toronto, Ontario Maple Leaf Gardens
20 July 1975 Ypsilanti, Michigan United States Rynearson Stadium
21 July 1975 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania The Spectrum
22 July 1975
23 July 1975 Providence, Rhode Island Providence Civic Center
24 July 1975 Landover, Maryland Capital Centre
25 July 1975 Jersey City, New Jersey Roosevelt Stadium
23 August 1975 Reading England Reading Rock Festival

1976 Solo Albums Tour

Setlist:[19]

  • "Apocalypse" (replaced by "Ocean Song" from Jon Anderson's solo album "Olias of Sunhillow" only on 26 June) (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Bruford)
  • "Siberian Khatru" (Anderson, Howe, Wakeman)
  • "Sound Chaser" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, White, Moraz)
  • "I've Seen All Good People" (Anderson, Squire)
  • "The Gates of Delirium" (replaced by "The Remembering (High the Memory)" only on 31 May) (Anderson, Howe, Moraz, Squire, White; Anderson, Howe, Squire, Wakeman, White)
  • "Hold Out Your Hand/You by My Side" (dropped after 6 June) (Squire) (originally by Squire in 1975 solo album Fish out of water)
  • "Leaves of Green" (only played between 2 and 17 June) (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Wakeman, White)
  • Steve Howe solo section (Howe)
  • Alan White solo (White) (dropped after 31 May) (including "One Way Rag" (Colin Gibson, Kenny Craddock) from his solo album Ramshackled (1976))
  • "Song of Innocence/Chacaca" (dropped after 6 June) (David Axelrod/Anderson) (first song originally by Axelrod in 1968) "Song of innocence" from Ramshackled
  • "Long Distance Runaround"/Moraz solo - "Grand Canyon Suite" (added on starting 1 June) (Anderson, Moraz)
  • Harp solo
  • "Wonderous Stories" (only played on 6 June)
  • "Heart of the Sunrise" (Anderson, Squire, Bruford)
  • "Ritual (Nous Sommes du Soleil)" (added on starting 8 June, replaced by "Close to the Edge" only on 23 July) (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Wakeman, White/Anderson, Howe)
  • "In the Midnight Hour" (only on 3 August) (Pickett, Cropper)
  • "Starship Trooper" (only occasionally between 8 June and 20 July) (Anderson, Squire, Howe)
  • "Roundabout" (Anderson, Howe)
  • "I'm Down" (dropped after 1 August) (Lennon-McCartney) (originally by the Beatles in 1965)
  • "Sweet Dreams" (dropped after 22 June) (Anderson, Foster)
Date City Country Venue
28 May 1976 Roanoke, Virginia United States Roanoke Civic Center
29 May 1976 Hampton, Virginia Hampton Coliseum
30 May 1976 Charleston, West Virginia Charleston Civic Center
31 May 1976 Johnson City, Tennessee Freedom Hall Civic Center
1 June 1976 Nashville, Tennessee Municipal Auditorium
2 June 1976 Birmingham, Alabama Municipal Auditorium
3 June 1976 Atlanta, Georgia Omni Coliseum
4 June 1976 Memphis, Tennessee Mid-South Coliseum
5 June 1976 Jackson, Mississippi Mississippi Coliseum
6 June 1976 Huntsville, Alabama Von Braun Civic Center
8 June 1976 Cincinnati, Ohio Riverfront Coliseum
9 June 1976 Binghamton, New York Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena
10 June 1976 Providence, Rhode Island Providence Civic Center
12 June 1976 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania John F. Kennedy Stadium
13 June 1976 Washington, D.C. Robert F. Kennedy Stadium
16 June 1976 Uniondale, New York Nassau Coliseum
17 June 1976 Jersey City, New Jersey Roosevelt Stadium
18 June 1976 Boston, Massachusetts Boston Garden
19 June 1976 Hartford, Connecticut Colt Park
20 June 1976 Rochester, New York Rochester Community War Memorial
21 June 1976 Kalamazoo, Michigan Wings Stadium
22 June 1976 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Civic Arena
24 June 1976 Columbia, South Carolina Carolina Coliseum
25 June 1976 Savannah, Georgia Savannah Civic Center
26 June 1976 Tampa, Florida Tampa Stadium
17 July 1976 Anaheim, California Anaheim Stadium
18 July 1976 San Diego, California Balboa Stadium
20 July 1976 Daly City, California Cow Palace
22 July 1976 Vancouver, British Columbia Canada Pacific Coliseum
23 July 1976 Seattle, Washington United States Seattle Center Coliseum
24 July 1976 Spokane, Washington Spokane Arena
25 July 1976 Portland, Oregon Memorial Coliseum
27 July 1976 Salt Lake City, Utah Salt Palace
28 July 1976 Denver, Colorado Auditorium Arena
30 July 1976 El Paso, Texas El Paso County Coliseum
31 July 1976 Phoenix, Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum
1 August 1976 Las Vegas, Nevada Aladdin Theater
3 August 1976 Fresno, California Selland Arena
4 August 1976 Corpus Christi, Texas Memorial Coliseum
6 August 1976 University Park, Texas Moody Coliseum
7 August 1976 San Antonio, Texas Municipal Auditorium
8 August 1976 Houston, Texas Hofheinz Pavilion
9 August 1976 Lincoln, Nebraska Pershing Center
10 August 1976 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma The Myriad
11 August 1976 St. Louis, Missouri Kiel Auditorium
12 August 1976 Louisville, Kentucky Louisville Gardens
14 August 1976 Stickney/Cicero, Illinois Hawthorne Race Course
15 August 1976 Saint Paul, Minnesota St. Paul Civic Center
16 August 1976 Milwaukee, Wisconsin MECCA Arena
17 August 1976 Detroit, Michigan Cobo Arena
18 August 1976
19 August 1976
20 August 1976 Toledo, Ohio Toledo Sports Arena
21 August 1976 Richfield, Ohio Richfield Coliseum
22 August 1976 Fort Wayne, Indiana Allen County War Memorial Coliseum
23 August 1976 Rochester, New York Rochester Community War Memorial

Going for the One Tour

Setlist:[20]

  • "Parallels" (Squire)
  • "I've Seen All Good People" (Anderson, Squire)
  • "Close to the Edge" (Anderson, Howe)
  • "Wonderous Stories"
  • "Colours of the Rainbow/Turn of the Century" (Bricusse, Newley; Anderson, Howe, White)
  • "And You and I" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Bruford)
  • "Ram" (dropped after 31 July) (Howe)
  • "Leaves of Green" (only on 26 August) (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Wakeman, White)
  • "In the Midnight Hour" (only on 23 September) (Pickett, Cropper)
  • "Ritual (Nous Sommes du Soleil)" (excerpt) (only a few times starting 21 November) (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Wakeman, White)
  • "Going for the One" (added to the set starting 22/08)
  • "Flight Jam/Awaken" (Anderson, Howe)
  • "Roundabout" (Anderson, Howe)
  • "Starship Trooper" (or "Yours Is No Disgrace", sometimes both) (Anderson, Squire, Howe; Anderson, Squire, Howe, Kaye, Bruford)
Date City Country Venue
30 July 1977 Toledo, Ohio United States Toledo Sports Arena
31 July 1977 Wheeling, West Virginia Wheeling Civic Center
1 August 1977 Hampton, Virginia Hampton Coliseum
2 August 1977 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania The Spectrum
3 August 1977
5 August 1977 New York City, New York Madison Square Garden
6 August 1977
7 August 1977
8 August 1977 New Haven, Connecticut New Haven Coliseum
9 August 1977
10 August 1977 Springfield, Massachusetts Springfield Civic Center
12 August 1977 Boston, Massachusetts Boston Garden
13 August 1977
14 August 1977 Portland, Maine Cumberland County Civic Center
15 August 1977 Providence, Rhode Island Providence Civic Center
16 August 1977 Landover, Maryland Capital Centre
17 August 1977 Richfield, Ohio Richfield Coliseum
18 August 1977 Kalamazoo, Michigan Wings Stadium
19 August 1977 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Civic Arena
20 August 1977 Buffalo, New York Rich Stadium
21 August 1977 Rochester, New York Rochester Community War Memorial
22 August 1977 Detroit, Michigan Cobo Arena
23 August 1977
25 August 1977 Atlanta, Georgia Omni Coliseum
26 August 1977 Birmingham, Alabama Birmingham–Jefferson Convention Complex
27 August 1977 Nashville, Tennessee Municipal Auditorium
28 August 1977 Louisville, Kentucky Freedom Hall
29 August 1977 Cincinnati, Ohio Riverfront Coliseum
30 August 1977 Indianapolis, Indiana Market Square Arena
31 August 1977 Madison, Wisconsin Dane County Coliseum
1 September 1977 Milwaukee, Wisconsin MECCA Arena
2 September 1977 Chicago, Illinois International Amphitheatre
3 September 1977
17 September 1977 Vancouver, British Columbia Canada Pacific Coliseum
18 September 1977 Seattle, Washington United States Seattle Center Coliseum
19 September 1977
20 September 1977 Portland, Oregon Memorial Coliseum
21 September 1977 Oakland, California Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
22 September 1977
23 September 1977 Inglewood, California Los Angeles Forum
24 September 1977
25 September 1977 San Diego, California San Diego Sports Arena
26 September 1977 Long Beach, California Long Beach Arena
27 September 1977 Las Vegas, Nevada Aladdin Theater
29 September 1977 El Paso, Texas El Paso County Coliseum
30 September 1977 Abilene, Texas Civic Center
1 October 1977 Houston, Texas Sam Houston Coliseum
2 October 1977 University Park, Texas Moody Coliseum
3 October 1977 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma The Myriad
4 October 1977 St. Louis, Missouri Kiel Auditorium
5 October 1977
6 October 1977 Kansas City, Missouri Municipal Auditorium
7 October 1977 Memphis, Tennessee Mid-South Coliseum
8 October 1977 Jackson, Mississippi Mississippi Coliseum
9 October 1977 New Orleans, Louisiana Morris F.X. Jeff, Sr. Municipal Auditorium
24 October 1977 London England Empire Pool
25 October 1977
26 October 1977
27 October 1977
28 October 1977
29 October 1977
2 November 1977 Stafford New Bingley Hall
3 November 1977
4 November 1977
6 November 1977 Glasgow Scotland Apollo Theatre
7 November 1977
8 November 1977
11 November 1977 Oslo Norway Ekeberghallen
12 November 1977 Gothenburg Sweden Scandinavium
13 November 1977 Copenhagen Denmark Folketeatret
14 November 1977 Hanover Germany Sporthalle Am Stadion
15 November 1977 Dortmund Westfalenhallen
16 November 1977 Düsseldorf Philipshalle
18 November 1977 Frankfurt Festhalle
19 November 1977 Nuremberg Messehalle
20 November 1977 Zurich Switzerland Hallenstadion
21 November 1977 Heidelberg Germany Stadhalle
23 November 1977 Munich Olympiahalle
24 November 1977 Rotterdam Netherlands Ahoy Rotterdam
25 November 1977
26 November 1977 Antwerp Belgium Sportspaleis Antwerp
27 November 1977 Bremen Germany Stadthalle
28 November 1977 Berlin Deutschlandhalle
29 November 1977 Cologne Sporthalle
1 December 1977 Esslingen Eberhard-Bauer-Halle
2 December 1977 Colmar France Parc des Expositions
4 December 1977 Lyon Palais des Sports de Gerland
5 December 1977 Paris Pavillon de Paris
6 December 1977

Tormato Tour

Setlist:[21]

  • "Siberian Khatru"
  • "Heart of the Sunrise" (Anderson, Squire, Bruford)
  • "Future Times/Rejoice" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Wakeman, White)
  • "Circus of Heaven"
  • "The Big Medley" (Anderson, Squire, Foster)
  1. "Time and a Word"
  2. "Long Distance Runaround"
  3. "The Fish (Schindleria Praematurus)"
  4. "Perpetual Change"
  5. "Soon"
  • "Release, Release" (dropped after 2 September 1978) (Anderson, White, Squire)
  • "Don't Kill the Whale" (only between 3 September 1978 and 18 April 1979) (Anderson, Squire)
  • "Clap" (Howe)
  • "Arriving UFO" (added on from 19 June 1979) (Anderson, Howe, Wakeman)
  • "Parallels" (replaced by "Starship Trooper" starting 10 September 1978) (Squire/Anderson, Squire, Howe)
  • "Madrigal" (only occasionally between 2 September 1978 and 10 June 1979) (Anderson, Wakeman)
  • "On the Silent Wings of Freedom" (Anderson, Squire) (replaced by "And You and I" (Anderson, Howe, Bruford, Squire) starting 20 April 1979)
  • Wakeman solo (Wakeman)
  • "Flight Jam/Awaken" (replaced by "Close to the Edge" only on 20 April 1979) (Anderson, Howe)
  • "Leaves of Green" (added on from 19 June 1979) (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Wakeman, White)
  • "I've Seen All Good People" (Anderson, Squire)
  • "Going for the One" (only on 29 August 1978)
  • "Roundabout" (Anderson, Squire)
  • "In the Midnight Hour" (only on 17 September 1978) (Pickett, Cropper)
Date City Country Venue
28 August 1978 Rochester, New York United States Rochester Community War Memorial
29 August 1978 Buffalo, New York Memorial Auditorium
30 August 1978 Boston, Massachusetts Boston Garden
31 August 1978
1 September 1978 Providence, Rhode Island Providence Civic Center
2 September 1978 Springfield, Massachusetts Springfield Civic Center
3 September 1978 New Haven, Connecticut New Haven Coliseum
4 September 1978
6 September 1978 New York City, New York Madison Square Garden
7 September 1978
8 September 1978
9 September 1978
10 September 1978 Landover, Maryland Capital Centre
11 September 1978 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania The Spectrum
12 September 1978
13 September 1978 Hampton, Virginia Hampton Coliseum
14 September 1978 Greensboro, North Carolina Greensboro Coliseum
16 September 1978 Nashville, Tennessee Municipal Auditorium
17 September 1978 Memphis, Tennessee Mid-South Coliseum
19 September 1978 Richfield, Ohio Richfield Coliseum
20 September 1978 Cincinnati, Ohio Riverfront Coliseum
21 September 1978 Detroit, Michigan Olympia Stadium
22 September 1978 Notre Dame, Indiana Edmund P. Joyce Center
23 September 1978 Chicago, Illinois International Amphitheatre
24 September 1978
25 September 1978 Indianapolis, Indiana Market Square Arena
27 September 1978 Kansas City, Missouri Kemper Arena
28 September 1978 St. Louis, Missouri The Checkerdome
29 September 1978 Tulsa, Oklahoma Tulsa Convention Center
30 September 1978 Houston, Texas Sam Houston Coliseum
1 October 1978 Fort Worth, Texas Tarrant County Convention Center
3 October 1978 Las Cruces, New Mexico Pan American Center
4 October 1978 Tempe, Arizona ASU Activity Center
5 October 1978 Inglewood, California The Forum
6 October 1978
7 October 1978 Oakland, California Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
8 October 1978
24 October 1978 London England Wembley Arena
25 October 1978
26 October 1978
27 October 1978
28 October 1978
9 April 1979 Kalamazoo, Michigan United States Wings Stadium
10 April 1979 Bloomington, Indiana Assembly Hall
11 April 1979 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Civic Arena
12 April 1979 Dayton, Ohio University of Dayton Arena
13 April 1979 Louisville, Kentucky Freedom Hall
14 April 1979 Huntington, West Virginia Huntington Civic Center
16 April 1979 Ottawa, Ontario Canada Ottawa Civic Centre
17 April 1979 Montreal, Quebec Montreal Forum
18 April 1979 Quebec City, Quebec Colisée Pepsi
20 April 1979 Toronto, Ontario Maple Leaf Gardens
21 April 1979 Detroit, Michigan United States Cobo Arena
22 April 1979 West Lafayette, Indiana Mackey Arena
23 April 1979 Champaign, Illinois Assembly Hall
24 April 1979 Omaha, Nebraska Omaha Civic Auditorium
25 April 1979 Cedar Rapids, Iowa Five Seasons Center
26 April 1979 Milwaukee, Wisconsin MECCA Arena
27 April 1979 Madison, Wisconsin Dane County Coliseum
28 April 1979 Bloomington, Minnesota Metropolitan Sports Center
29 April 1979 Duluth, Minnesota Duluth Entertainment Convention Center
30 April 1979 Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada Winnipeg Arena
1 May 1979 Regina, Saskatchewan Brandt Centre
2 May 1979 Edmonton, Alberta Edmonton Coliseum
3 May 1979 Calgary, Alberta Calgary Corral
5 May 1979 Vancouver, British Columbia Pacific Coliseum
6 May 1979 Spokane, Washington United States Spokane Arena
7 May 1979 Portland, Oregon Memorial Coliseum
8 May 1979 Seattle, Washington Seattle Center Coliseum
24 May 1979 Fresno, California Selland Arena
25 May 1979 Long Beach, California Long Beach Arena
26 May 1979
27 May 1979 San Diego, California San Diego Sports Arena
29 May 1979 Denver, Colorado McNichols Arena
30 May 1979 Amarillo, Texas Amarillo Civic Center
31 May 1979 Fort Worth, Texas Tarrant County Convention Center
1 June 1979 Austin, Texas Frank Erwin Center
3 June 1979 Houston, Texas Sam Houston Coliseum
4 June 1979
5 June 1979 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma The Myriad
7 June 1979 St. Louis, Missouri The Checkerdome
8 June 1979 Chicago, Illinois International Amphitheater
9 June 1979
10 June 1979
12 June 1979 Uniondale, New York Nassau Coliseum
13 June 1979 New York City, New York Madison Square Garden
14 June 1979
15 June 1979
16 June 1979 New Haven, Connecticut New Haven Coliseum
17 June 1979
18 June 1979 Springfield, Massachusetts Springfield Civic Center
19 June 1979 Boston, Massachusetts Boston Garden
20 June 1979 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania The Spectrum
21 June 1979
22 June 1979
23 June 1979 Lexington, Kentucky Rupp Arena
24 June 1979 Birmingham, Alabama Birmingham–Jefferson Convention Complex
25 June 1979 Atlanta, Georgia Omni Coliseum
27 June 1979 Baton Rouge, Louisiana Riverside Centroplex
29 June 1979 Lakeland, Florida Lakeland Civic Center
30 June 1979 Pembroke Pines, Florida Hollywood Sportatorium

Notes

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