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          The National Midnight Star, Number 692

                   Friday, 4 June 1993
Today's Topics:
                      Administrivia
               The Rush Tour Dates Listing
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From: rush-mgr@syrinx.umd.edu <The RUSH Fans Digest Manager>
Date: Fri Jun  4 15:18:16 EDT 1993
Subject: Administrivia

Since there wasn't enough postings for a normal digest today, I thought this
could be sent out instead. It's the most updated version of the Rush Tour
Dates listing -- enjoy!

- rush-mgr

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From: jlang@syrinx.umd.edu (~ Rush Fanatic ~)
Date: Fri Jun  4 15:20:07 EDT 1993
Subject: The Rush Tour Dates Listing

Since the last time I sent this out, I've made all the corrections I was sent
and added a bunch of new Canadian dates for both the 2112 and Hemispheres
tours. Some of these dates I don't know exactly where they are (city and
province) so all you Canadians out there send me corrections if you know.
Also, don't worry about nit-picking (especially on spelling!), I want this 
list to be as accurate as possible. If you know the opening band for one of
the dates without one, by all means tell me.

-Jimmy
jlang@syrinx.umd.edu

PS.  Want to thank N. Elliott from Spirit of Rush UK for some of his
     2112/Hemispheres Dates.  A copy of the Tour list will be in print in 
     the SoR fanzine in the near future.  (if everything goes right)


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* 		The Rush Tour Dates Listing.				 *
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** 		The Unofficial Rush Tour Dates Listing			**
** Revision 3.8 							**
** Updated Last on: June 6, 1993					**
** Compiled by Jimmy Lang (aka ~ Rush Fanatic ~	)			**
** With special thanks to Meg Jahnke for all her help.			**
** Honorable Mention(s):  Neil Elliott, Dan Delany, Dave Arnold &	**
** 		  	  Chris Michael  				**
** Many Thanks: Members of the National Midnight Star Rush Mailing List **
**	and to the readers of alt.music.rush who sent me corrections, 	**
**	and opening dates along with hints and suggestions.  Keep up 	**
**	the good work.							**
** To join the National Midnight Star Rush mailing list, send email	**
** to rush-request@syrinx.umd.edu (Internet)				**
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*******************************************************************
*** Summer 1971 - "The Dead Summer" 				***
*******************************************************************
The First 3 gigs
October 27, 1973	Toronto's Victory Burlesque Theatre
December 9, 1973	Men's Gym, SUNY-Binghamton (The Sons of Champlin, 
			Papa John Creach with Zulu)
(early Spring) 1974	The Silver Dollar Salloon. East Lansing, Michigan
June 27, 1974		Centennial Hall. Toronto (?) (Slam)
June 28, 1974           Allen Theater. Cleveland, Ohio (ZZ Top, Locomotive GT)
July 1, 1974		Seneca Theater (Minkler Auditorium). Toronto, Ontario
			(opened for Nazareth)
July 20, 1974		MZ Bennett (Summer Dance)

*******************************************************************
*** Album: Rush released August 1974   				***
*** Tour:  First US Tour					*** 
*** Opened for: Rare Earth, Rainbow Canyon, Eastwind, Sweetleaf ***
***	KISS, Law, Uriah Heep, Rory Gallagher, Sha-Na-Na	***
*******************************************************************
August 14, 1974		Civic Arena. Pittsburgh Pennsylvania (Uriah Heep,
			Manfred Mann)
August 19, 1974		???
August 26, 1974		Agora Ballroom. Cleveland, Ohio (FM Broadcast)
September 2, 1974       Pineway Trails Park. Munson Township (Cleveland), Ohio
                        (Rare Earth, Rainbow Canyon, Eastwind, Sweetleaf)
September ??, 1974	Toronto concert taped aired for King Biscuit
October 1, 1974		Matthews Coliseum. Jacksonville, Alabama
October 3, 1974		War Memorial Auditorium. Nashville, Tennessee
October 4, 1974		Music Hall. Houston, Texas
October 9, 1974		Don Kirshner's Rock Concert
October 16, 1974	Ellis Auditorium. Memphis, Tennessee
October 18, 1974	Soldier & Sailor Memorial Auditorium. 
				Kansas City, Missouri
October 19, 1974	Pershing Memorial Auditorium. Lincoln, Nebraska
October 28, 1974	My Father's Place. Roslyn, New York
October 29, 1974	My Father's Place. Roslyn, New York
November ??, 1974	Convocational Hall. Toronto University
November 3, 1974	Agora Ballroom. Columbus, Ohio
November 4, 1974	Tower Theater. Upper Darby, Pennsylvania
November 5, 1974	Felt Forum. New York City, New York
November 7, 1974	Beginnings. Schaumburg, Illinois
November 9, 1974	Michigan Palace. Detroit, Michigan
November 10, 1974	Ambassador Theater. St. Louis, Missouri
November 12, 1974	Riverside Theater. Milwaukee, Wisconsin
November 14, 1974	Veterans Memorial Auditorium. Columbus, Ohio
November 15, 1974	Aragon Ballroom. Chicago, Illinois
November 22, 1974	Tuesday Ballroom. San Diego, California
November 23, 1974	Shrine Auditorium. Los Angeles, California
November 27, 1974	Ventura Theater. Ventura, California
November 28, 1974	Whiskey A Go Go. Los Angeles, California
December 5, 1974	Electric Ladyland Studios. NYC WQIV FM
December 6, 1974	ABC Television's In Concert series.
December 16, 1974	Agora Ballroom. Cleveland, Ohio
December 20, 1974	Michigan Palace. Detroit, Michigan (Opening for KISS)
December 25, 1974       Agora Ballroom. Cleveland, Ohio (Law)

*******************************************************************
*** Album: Fly By Night released February 15, 1975	 	***
*** Tour:  Fly By Night Tour 					***
*** Opened for: Sky King, KISS, The Kids, The Tubes, Aerosmith	***
*******************************************************************
??        1975		Winnipeg, Canada
April 7, 1975           Agora Ballroom. Cleveland, Ohio (Sky King)
April 8, 1975           Akron Civic Theater. Cleveland, Ohio (Kiss, The Kids)
April 13, 1975		Michigan Palace. Detroit, Michigan
April 21, 1975		Memorial Auditorium	(Opening for KISS)
May 15, 1975		Agora Ballroom. Cleveland, Ohio
June 1, 1975            The Winterland. San Francisco, California (Kiss, 
			The Tubes)
Late June 1975		Cleary Auditorium. Windsor, Canada
June 25, 1975		Massey Hall. Toronto, Ontario
June 26, 1975		Massey Hall. Toronto, Ontario

*******************************************************************
*** Album: Caress of Steel released September 1975		***
*** Tour:  Down the Tubes Tour     				***
*******************************************************************
3.5 Month tour.
40 shows

*******************************************************************
*** Album: 2112 released March 1976				*** 
*** Tour:  2112 Tour 						***
*** Opened for: Styx, Sutherland Brothers Quiver, Kiss, Blue	***
***	Oyster Cult, Aerosmith					***
*******************************************************************
March 18, 1976		Los Angeles, California
March 25, 1976          Medford Armory. Medford, Oregon
                        	(Styx, Sutherland Brothers Quiver)
May 30, 1976		Nelson Center. Washington, DC
June 11, 1976		Massey Hall. Toronto, Ontario
June 12, 1976		Massey Hall. Toronto, Ontario
June 13, 1976		Massey Hall. Toronto, Ontario

*******************************************************************
*** Album: All The World's A Stage released September 29, 1976  ***
*** Tour:  ATWAS Tour	 					*** 
*** Opened for: Tommy Bolin, Ted Nugent, Be-Bop Deluxe,		***
***	Aerosmith, Starcastle, Stray				***
*******************************************************************
September 28, 1976	J. Louis Levesque Area. Moncton, Canada
September 29, 1976	Simmons Sports Center. Charlottetown, Canada
October 1, 1976		Sydney Forum. Sydney, Canada
October 3, 1976		Lord Beaverbrook Rink. Saint John, Canada
October 4, 1976		The Halifax Forum. Halifax, Nova Scotia
October 8, 1976		North Bay Memorial Gardens. North Bay, Canada
October 9, 1976		Sudbury Arena. Sudbury, Canada
October 10, 1976	Ottawa Civic Center. Ottawa, Ontario
October 11, 1976	Kingston Memorial Center. Kingston, Canada
October 25, 1976	Paramount Theater. Seattle, Washington
October 26, 1976	Paramount Theater. Seattle, Washington
November 3, 1976        Douglas Hall/Fairgrounds. Roseburg, Oregon (Tommy Bolin)
November 24, 1976       Sacramento Memorial Auditoruim. Sacramento, California
                        (Ted Nugent, Be-Bop Deluxe)
November 26, 1976       The Winterland. San Francisco, California
                        (Ted Nugent, Be-Bop Deluxe)
November 27, 1976       The Winterland. San Francisco, California
                        (Ted Nugent, Be-Bop Deluxe)
November 28, 1976	Selland Arena. Fresno, California
??, 1976		Moncton's Lewis Levesque Arena
December 1, 1976	Great Western Forum. Los Angeles, California 
			(Opened Ted Nugent)
December 15, 1976	Forum. Montreal, Quebec (Opened Aerosmith)
December 16, 1976	Chicago, Illinois
December 30, 1976	Hamilton, Ontario
December 31, 1976	Maple Leaf Gardens. Toronto, Ontario
January 3, 1977 	Maple Leaf Gardens. Toronto, Ontario (2nd Date)
February 10, 1977	Cobo Arena. Detroit, Michigan
spring 1977		Lansing Civic Center. Lansing, Michigan
spring 1977		Wings Stadium. Kalamazoo, Michigan
April 8, 1977		Toledo, Ohio
April 14, 1977		Memorial Coliseum. Fort Wayne, Indiana (Starcastle)
April 17, 1977		Lisner Auditorium. Washington, DC
May ??, 1977		Tower Theater. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
May 20, 1977		Aragon Ballroom. Chicago, Illinois
May 21, 1977		Aragon Ballroom. Chicago, Illinois
June 1, 1977		City Hall. Sheffield, England (Stray)
June 2, 1977		Free Trade Hall. Manchester, England
June 3, 1977		Birmingham Odeon. Birmingham, England
June 4, 1977		London Hammersmith Odeon. Manchester, England (Stray)
June 11, 1977		Newcastle City Hall. Newcastle, England
June 12, 1977		The Apollo. Glasgow, Scotland
June 13, 1977		Liverpool Empire. Liverpool, England
August 20, 1977		The Music Hall. Houston, Texas

*******************************************************************
*** Album: A Farewell to Kings released September 1977		***
*** Tour:  Drive 'Til You Die Tour   				***
*** Opening Band(s):  UFO, Max Webster, Hush			***
*******************************************************************
September 16, 1977	Spokane, Washington
September 17, 1977	Seattle, Washington
September 18, 1977	Pullman, Washington
September 19, 1977	Portland, Oregon
September 20, 1977	Portland, Oregon
September 21, 1977	Portland, Oregon
September 22, 1977      Douglas County Fairgrounds. Roseburg, Oregon
                        (UFO, Max Webster)
September 23, 1977	Medford, Oregon
September 24, 1977      The Winterland. San Francisco, California
                        (UFO, Hush, & Max Webster)
September 26, 1977	Bakersfield, California
September 28, 1977	Fresno, California
September 29, 1977	Stockton, California
September 30, 1977	San Diego, California
???, ??, 1977		Hollywood Sportauditorium. Hollywood, Florida
October 1, 1977		Santa Monica, California
October 2, 1977		Santa Monica, California
October 7, 1977		Salt Lake City, Utah
October 8, 1977		Denver, Colorado
October 10, 1977	Amarillo, Texas
October 11, 1977	El Paso, Texas
October 12, 1977	Odessa, Texas
October 13, 1977	Lubbock, Texas
October 14, 1977	Tulsa, Oklahoma
October 15, 1977	Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
October 16, 1977	Abilene, Texas
October 20, 1977	Houston, Texas
October 21, 1977	Dallas, Texas
October 22, 1977	San Antonio, Texas
October 23, 1977	San Antonio, Texas
October 24, 1977	Corpus Cristi, Texas
October 25, 1977	Beaumont, Texas
October 27, 1977	New Orleans, Louisiana
October 28, 1977	Shreveport, Louisiana
October 29, 1977	Little Rock, Arkansas
October 30, 1977	Mobile, Alabama
October 31, 1977	Columbus, Georgia
November ??, 1977	Sports Arena. San Diego, California
November 12, 1977	The Palladium. New York City, New York
November 19, 1977	War Memorial. Rochester, New York
November 25, 1977	Copitol Theater. Passaic, New Jersey (Cheap Trick)
November 26, 1977	Tower Theatre. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
December ??, 1977	Montreal, Canada
December 3, 1977	Warner Theater. Washington, D.C.
December 29, 1977	Maple Leaf Gardens. Toronto, Ontario
late January 1978	Met Center. Bloomington, Minnesota
late January 1978	?, Wisconsin
late January 1978	?, Wisconsin
January 29, 1978	Dane County Memorial Coliseum. Madison, Wisconsin
February 12, 1978	Birmingham Odeon. Birmingham, England
February 14, 1978	City Hall. Newcastle, England
February 15, 1978	City Hall. Newcastle, England
February 16, 1978	The Apollo. Glasgow, Scotland
February 17, 1978	The Apollo. Glasgow, Scotland
February 19, 1978	London Hammersmith Odeon. London, England
February 20, 1978	London Hammersmith Odeon. London, England
February 22, 1978	City Hall. Sheffield, England
February 23, 1978	The Apollo. Manchester, England
February 24, 1978	The Apollo. Manchester, England
February 25, 1978	Liverpool Empire. Liverpool, England
February 26, 1978	Colston Hall. Bristol, England
February 27, 1978	Gaumont. Southhampton, England
March 22, 1978		Boutwell Auditorium. Birmingham, Alabama
                        (Pat Travers, Baby's)

*-----------------------------------------------------------------*
***         Archives Set released April 1978			***
*-----------------------------------------------------------------*
May 10, 1978		Convention Center. Niagara Falls, New York
May 11, 1978		Fort Wayne, Indiana
May 12, 1978		Cincinnati, Ohio
May 13, 1978		Nashville, Tennessee
May 16, 1978		Denver, Colorado
May 17, 1978		Salt Palace. Salt Lake City, Utah
May 18, 1978		Boise, Idaho
May 27, 1978		Waterloo, Iowa
May 28, 1978		Alpine Valley Amphitheater. East Troy, Wisconsin

*******************************************************************
*** Album: Hemispheres released October 1978			***
*** Tour:  Tour of the Hemispheres 				***
*** Opening Band(s): Pat Travers, Starz, Saxon, Wild Horses,	***
***	Golden Earring, Molly Hatchet, Head East, UFO		***
*******************************************************************
October 14, 1978	Kingston Memorial Centre. Kingston, Canada
October 15, 1978	War Memorial Arena. Guelph, Canada
October 17, 1978	North Bay Memorial Gardens. North Bay, Canada
October 18, 1978	Sudbury Arena. Sudbury, Canada
October 20, 1978	Fort William Gardens. Thunder Bay, Canada
October 21, 1978	Winnipeg Arena. Winnipeg, Manitoba
October 22, 1978	Keystone Centre. Brandon, Canada
October 24, 1978	Regina Agridome. Regina, Sask.
October 25, 1978	Saskatoon Arena. Saskatoon, Canada
October 27, 1978	Coliseum. Edmonton, Alberta
October 28, 1978	Calgary Corral. Calgary, Alberta
October 29, 1978	Lethbridge Sportsplex. Lethbridge, Canada
October 31, 1978	K.X.A. Auditorium. Kamloops, Canada
November 2, 1978	Beban Park Arena. Nanaimo, British Columbia
November 3, 1978	Victoria Memorial Arena. Victoria, British Columbia
November 4, 1978	Pacific Coliseum. Vancouver, British Columbia
November 11, 1978	Vancouver, British Columbia
November 13, 1978	Sports Arena. San Diego, California (Pat Travers)
November 15, 1978	Warnors Theater. Fresno, California
November 16, 1978       Oakland Coliseum. Oakland, California  (Pat Travers)
December 1, 1978	Hara Arena. Dayton, Ohio (UFO)
December 7, 1978	Mecca Arena. Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Golden Earring)
December 9, 1978	Civic Center. St. Paul, Minnesota
December 16, 1978	International Amphitheatre. Chicago, Illinois
December 18, 1978	International Amphitheater. Chicago, Illinois
December 27, 1978	London, Canada
December 29, 1978	Maple Leaf Gardens. Toronto, Canada
December 30, 1978	Maple Leaf Gardens. Toronto, Canada
December 31, 1978	Maple Leaf Gardens. Toronto, Canada
January 1, 1979		Louisville, Kentucky
January 3, 1979		Columbus, Ohio
January 4, 1979		Columbus, Ohio
January 6, 1979		Chicago, Illinois
January 7, 1979		Chicago, Illinois
January 8, 1979		Chicago, Illinois
January 11, 1979	Boston, Massachusetts
January 12, 1979	Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
January 13, 1979	New York City, New York
January 14, 1979	New York City, New York
January 16, 1979	Allentown, Pennsylvania
January 17, 1979	Passaic, New Jersey
January 19, 1979	Pittsburgh Civic Arena. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Starz)
January 20, 1979	Baltimore, Maryland
January 21, 1979	The Spectrum. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
January 23, 1979	Syracuse, New York
January 24, 1979	Buffalo, New York
January 26, 1979	Electric Factory. Cincinnati, Ohio (Starz)
January 27, 1979	Von Braun Civic Center. Huntsville, Alabama (Starz)
January 28, 1979	Memphis, Tennessee
January 30, 1979	Louisville, Kentucky
January 31, 1979	Bloomington, Indiana
February 2, 1979	Richfield Coliseum. Richfield, Ohio
February 3, 1979	Richfield Coliseum. Richfield, Ohio
February 19, 1979	Cumberland County Memorial Coliseum. 
				Fayetteville, North Carolina (Head East)
March 1, 1979		Houston, Texas
March 4, 1979		Civic Center. Beaumont, Texas
March 13, 1979		Boutwell Auditorium. Birmingham, Alabama (UFO)  
March 14, 1979		Stanley. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
March 27, 1979		Salt Palace. Salt Lake City, Utah
April 4, 1979		War Memorial. Rochester, New York
April 6, 1979		Nassau Coliseum. Uniondale, New York
April 14, 1979		Greensboro Coliseum. Greensboro, North Carolina 
			(Molly Hatchet)
April 23, 1979		City Hall. Newcastle, England
April 24, 1979		City Hall. Newcastle, England
April 25, 1979		The Apollo. Glasgow, Scotland
April 29, 1979		The Apollo. Manchester, England
April 30, 1979		The Apollo. Manchester, England
May 2, 1979		Liverpool Empire. Liverpool, England
May 4, 1979		Hammersmith Odeon. London, England
May 5, 1979		Hammersmith Odeon. London, England
May 6, 1979		Hammersmith Odeon. London, England
May 7, 1979		Hammersmith Odeon. London, England
May (middle of month)	City Hall. Newcastle, England
May 15, 1979		Paris Scheduled (Cancelled)
May 18, 1979		Nr. Kortrijt. Poperinge-Maekeblijde, Belgium
May 22, 1979		Chateau Neuf. Oslo, Norway
May 23, 1979		Concert House. Gothenburg, Sweden
May 25, 1979		Tivoli Gardens. Stockholm, Sweden
May 27, 1979		Stadhalle Erlangen. Nuremburg, Germany
May 29, 1979		Tivoli Gardens. Stockholm, Sweden
June 4, 1979		Pink Pop Festival. Geleen, Holland
August 17, 1979		Davenport, Iowa
August 18, 1979		Dubuque, Iowa
August 19, 1979		Chicago, Illinois
August 21, 1979		Charleston, West Virginia
August 22, 1979		Capital Centre. Largo, Maryland
August 24, 1979		Hamilton, Ontario
August 26, 1979		Dallas, Texas
August 27, 1979		Detroit, Michigan
August 28, 1979		Detroit, Michigan
August 29, 1979		Lansing, Michigan
August 30, 1979		Saginaw, Michigan
August 31, 1979		Hara Arena. Dayton, Ohio
September 1, 1979	Toronto, Ontario
September 2, 1979	Varsity Stadium. Toronto, Ontario
September 5, 1979	Lexington, Kentucky
September 7, 1979	Five Seasons Theater. Cedar Rapids (Pat Travers)
September 8, 1979	Alpine Valley Amphitheater. East Troy, Wisconsin
September 10, 1979	Detroit, Michigan
September 12, 1979	Allentown Fairgrounds. Allentown, Pennsylvania
September 21, 1979	Bingley Hall. Stafford, England (Wild Horses)
September 22, 1979	Bingley Hall. Stafford, England (Wild Horses)

*******************************************************************
*** Album: Permanent Waves released January 1, 1980 		***
*** Tour:  Permanent Waves					***
*** Opening Band(s): .38 Special, Saxon, Max Webster		***
*******************************************************************
January (early), 1980	Binghamton, New York
January 20, 1980	The Forum. Montreal, Quebec
January 21, 1980	The Forum. Montreal, Quebec
January 29, 1980 	Boutwell Auditorium. Birmingham, Alabama (Max Webster)
January 30, 1980	The Omni. Atlanta, Georgia
February ?? 1980	The Omni. Atlanta, Georgia
February 2, 1980	Tarrant County Convention Center. Fort Worth, Texas
February 12, 1980	Tingley Coliseum. Albuquerque, New Mexico
February 13, 1980	Dane County Memorial Coliseum. Madison, Wisconsin
February 14, 1980	Keil Auditorium. St. Louis, Missouri
February 16, 1980 	St. Louis, Missouri
February 18, 1980	Richfield Coliseum. Richfield, Ohio
February 20, 1980	T.C.C.C Arena. Fort Worth, Texas
March 2, 1980		Tingley Coliseum. Albuquerque, New Mexico
March ??, 1980		Sports Arena. San Diego, California (.38 Special)
March 10, 1980		Great Western Forum. Los Angeles, California
March 13, 1980          Sacramento, California  <Cancelled>
March 14, 1980          The Cow Palace. San Francisco, California  (.38 Special)
March 15, 1980          The Cow Palace. San Francisco, California  (.38 Special)
March 19, 1980		Center Arena. Seattle, Washington
March 21, 1980		Spokane Coliseum. Spokane, Washington
March 23, 1980		Edmonton Coliseum. Edmonton, Alberta
March 24, 1980		Max Bell Arena. Calgary, Alberta
March 25, 1980		Max Bell Arena. Calgary, Alberta
March 27, 1980		Memorial Arena. Victoria, British Columbia
March 28, 1980		Beban Park Arena. Nanaimo, British Columbia
March 29, 1980		Pacific Coliseum. Vancouver, British Columbia
March 31, 1980		Agridome. Regina, Sask.
April 1, 1980		Winnipeg Arena. Winnipeg, Manitoba
April 4, 1980		International Amphitheatre. Chicago, Illinois
Unknown, 1980		Detroit, Michigan 
April 23, 1980		Kalamazoo, Michigan
April 24, 1980		Sports Arena. Toledo, Ohio
May 8, 1980		The Palladium. New York City, New York (4 nights???)
May 9, 1980		The Palladium. New York City, New York
May 10, 1980		The Palladium. New York City, New York
May 11, 1980		The Palladium. New York City, New York
May 12, 1980		The Palladium. New York City, New York
May 13, 1980		The Palladium. New York City, New York
May 16, 1980		Providence, Rhode Island
May 17, 1980		Yarmouth, Massachusetts
May 18, 1980		Portland, Maine
May 20, 1980		New Haven, Connecticut
May 21, 1980		Memorial Auditorium. Buffalo, New York
May 22, 1980		Utica, New York
May 23, 1980		Hempstead, New York
June 1, 1980		Southampton Gaumont. Southampton, England
June 2, 1980		Southampton Gaumont. Southampton, England
June 4, 1980		Hammersmith Odeon. London, England
June 5, 1980		Hammersmith Odeon. London, England
June 6, 1980		Hammersmith Odeon. London, England
June 7, 1980		Hammersmith Odeon. London, England
June 8, 1980		Hammersmith Odeon. London, England
June 10, 1980		The Apollo. Glasgow, Scotland
June 11, 1980		The Apollo. Glasgow, Scotland
June 12, 1980		City Hall. Newcastle, England
June 13, 1980		City Hall. Newcastle, England
June 15, 1980		Queens Hall. Leeds, England
June 16, 1980		Deeside Leisure Centre. Deeside, England
June 17, 1980		The Apollo. Manchester, England
June 18, 1980		The Apollo. Manchester, England
June 19, 1980		The Apollo. Manchester, England
June 20, 1980		The Odeon. Birmingham, England
June 21, 1980		De Montfort Hall. Leicester, England
June 22, 1980		Brighton Centre. Brighton, England
September ??, 1980	Baton Rouge Centroplex. Baton Rouge, Louisiana
September 11, 1980	Hampton Coliseum. Hampton, Virginia
September 12, 1980	Charlotte Coliseum. Charlotte, North Carolina (Saxon)
September 25, 1980	Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
September 26, 1980 	Capital Centre. Largo, Maryland
September 28, 1980 	Springfield, Massachusetts
September 30, 1980 	Allentown Fairgrounds. Allentown, Pennsylvania

*******************************************************************
*** Album: Moving Pictures released February 1981 		***
*** Tour:  Moving Pictures Tour 				***
*** Opening Band(s): FM, Max Webster, Ian Hunter		***
*******************************************************************
February 19, 1981	Kalamazoo, Michigan
February 20, 1981 	Kalamazoo, Michigan
February 21, 1981 	Dubuque, Iowa
February 22, 1981 	(A college gym). Davenport, Iowa
February 24, 1981 	La Crosse, Wisconsin
February 26, 1981 	International Amphitheater. Chicago, Illinois 
				(Max Webster)
February 27, 1981 	International Amphitheater. Chicago, Illinois
				(Max Webster)
February 28, 1981 	International Amphitheater. Chicago, Illinois
				(Max Webster)
March 1, 1981		International Amphitheater, Chicago, Illinois
				(Max Webster)
March 2, 1981		Mecca Arena. Milwaukee, Wisconsin
March 4, 1981		St. Louis, Missouri (Max Webster)
March 5, 1981		St. Louis, Missouri (Max Webster)
March 7, 1981		Louisville, Kentucky
March 8, 1981		Hara Arena. Dayton, Ohio
March 10, 1981		Evansville, Indiana
March 11, 1981		Indianapolis, Indiana
March 13, 1981		Cobo Arena. Detroit, Michigan
March 14, 1981		Cobo Arena. Detroit, Michigan
March 15, 1981		Cobo Arena. Detroit, Michigan
March 21, 1981		London Gardens. London, Ontario (FM)
March 23, 1981		Maple Leaf Gardens. Toronto, Ontario
March 24, 1981		Maple Leaf Gardens. Toronto, Ontario
March 25, 1981		Maple Leaf Gardens. Toronto, Ontario
March 27, 1981		The Forum. Montreal, Quebec
April 3, 1981		Tucson, Arizona
April 4, 1981		Phoenix, Arizona
April 5, 1981		Tingley Coliseum. Alburquerque, New Mexico
April 7, 1981		Municipal Auditorium. New Orleans, Louisiana
April 8, 1981		Houston, Texas
April 10, 1981		Reunion Arena. Dallas, Texas
April 11, 1981		San Antonio, Texas
April 12, 1981		T.C.C.C. Fort Worth, Texas
April 14, 1981		Little Rock, Arkansas
April 15, 1981		Jackson, Mississippi
April 16, 1981		Mid-South Coliseum. Memphis, Tennessee
April 18, 1981		Mobile, Alabama
April 19, 1981		Municipial Auditorium. New Orleans, Louisiana
April 21, 1981		Shreveport, Louisiana
April 23, 1981		Kansas City, Missouri
April 24, 1981		Kansas City, Missouri
April 26, 1981		Tulsa, Oklahoma
May 6, 1981		Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
May 7, 1981		Richfield Coliseum. Richfield, Ohio
May 9, 1981		Buffalo, New York
May 12, 1981		Rochester, New York
May 13, 1981		Rochester, New York
May 15, 1981		Glen Falls, New York
May 16, 1981 		Largo, Maryland   
May 17, 1981 		Largo, Maryland   
May 18, 1981 		Madison Square Gardens. New York City, New York
May 20, 1981 		(?) Uniondale, New York or
			(?) The Spectrum. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
May 22, 1981 		The Spectrum, Philadephia, Pennsylvania
May 23, 1981 		Boston, Massachusetts
May 24, 1981 		Civic Center. Providence, Rhode Island
June 1, 1981		Denver, Colorado
June 3, 1981		Salt Lake City, Utah
June 5, 1981            The Coliseum. Oakland, California  (Rush & FM)
June 6, 1981		The Coliseum. Oakland, California
June 7, 1981		Fresno, California
June 9, 1981		San Diego, California
June 10, 1981 		Great Western Forum. Los Angeles, California 
June 11, 1981 		Great Western Forum. Los Angeles, California 
June 14, 1981 		Long Beach Arena. Long Beach, California 
June 16, 1981		Convention Center. Anaheim, California
June 23, 1981		PNE Coliseum. Vancouver, British Columbia
July 2, 1981		Met Center. Bloomington, Minnesota
July 3, 1981		Met Center. Bloomington, Minnesota
July 4, 1981		Alpine Valley Amphitheater. East Troy, Wisconsin

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*** Album: Exit...Stage Left released October 1981		***
*** Tour:  Exit...Stage Left 					***
*** Opening Band(s): Riot					***
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October 30, 1981	Bingley Hall. Stafford, England
October 31, 1981	Deeside Leisure Center. Deeside, England
November 2, 1981	Brighton Conference Center. Brighton, England 
November 5, 1981	Wembley Arena. London, England
November 6, 1981	Wembley Arena. London, England
November 7, 1981	(?) Wembley Arena. London, England
November 9, 1981	Bingley Hall. Stafford, England
November 11, 1981	Congress Centrum. Hamburg, Germany
November 12, 1981	Hemmerleinehalle. Nuremburg, Germany
November 14, 1981	Ahoy Sportpaleis. Rotterdam, Holland
November 18, 1981	Sporthalle Boblingen. Stuttgart, Germany
November 19, 1981	Sporthalle Boblingen. Stuttgart, Germany
December 1, 1981 	Birmingham-Jefferson Civic Center. Birmingham, Alabama 
			(Riot)
December 2, 1981	Municipal Auditorium. Nashville, Tennessee
December 4, 1981	Charlotte Coliseum. Charlotte, North Carolina (Riot)
December 5, 1981	Cumberland County Coliseum. 
				Fayetteville, North Carolina (Riot)
December 6, 1981	Greensboro Coliseum. Greensboro, North Carolina (Riot)
December 11, 1981	Greenville Memorial Auditorium. 
				Greenville, South Carolina (Riot)
December 12, 1981	Johnson City Center. Johnson City, Tennessee
December ??, 1981	Knoxville Civic Coliseum. Knoxville, Tennessee
December 18, 1981	Civic Center. Hartford, Connecticut
December 20, 1981	Civic Center. Hartford, Connecticut
December 21, 1981	Meadowlands Arena. East Rutherford, New Jersey
December 22, 1981	Meadowlands Arena. East Rutherford, New Jersey

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*** Tour of the Nadars (short tour between ESL and Signals) 	***
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April 11, 1982		Civic Center. Lakeland, Florida
April 12, 1982		Civic Center. Lakeland, Florida

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*** Album: Signals released September 1982			***
*** Tour:  New World Tour 					***
*** Opening Bands: John Butcher Axis, Golden Earring, Heart,	***
***	The Payola, UB40, White Wolf, Rory Gallagher		***
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September 3, 1982	Brown County Arena. Green Bay, Wisconsin
September 4, 1982	La Crosse, Wisconsin
September 5, 1982	Civic Arena. Dubuque, Iowa
September 7, 1982	Sioux Falls, South Dakota
September 8, 1982	(?) Des Moines, Iowa or Omaha, Nebraska
September 9, 1982	Omaha, Nebraska
September 11, 1982	Rapid City, South Dakota
September 12, 1982	Bismark, North Dakota
September 14, 1982	Billings, Montana
September 15, 1982	Casper, Wyoming
September 17, 1982	Denver, Colorado
September 19, 1982	Pocatello, Idaho
September 20, 1982	Boise, Idaho
September 21, 1982	Salt Lake City, Utah (Rory Gallagher)
September 30, 1982	Vancouver, British Columbia
October 2, 1982		Calgary, Alberta
October 3, 1982		Edmonton, Alberta (White Wolf)
October 5, 1982		Winnipeg, Canada
October 9, 1982		Mecca Arena. Milwaukee, Wisconsin
October 13, 1982	Champaign, Illinois
October 15, 1982	Kansas City, Missouri
October 16, 1982	Kansas City, Missouri
October 17, 1982	Wichita, Kansas
October 19, 1982	Memphis, Tennessee
October 20, 1982	Nashville, Tennessee
October 30, 1982	Rupp Arena. Lexington, Kentucky
October 31, 1982	Evansville, Indiana
November 1, 1982	Indianapolis, Indiana
November 3, 1982	Cleveland, Ohio
November 4, 1982	Cleveland, Ohio
November 5, 1982	South Bend, Indiana
November 7, 1982	Joe Louis Arena. Detroit, Michigan
November 8, 1982	Joe Louis Arena. Detroit, Michigan
November 9, 1982	Joe Louis Arena. Detroit, Michigan
November 11, 1982	Kalamazoo, Michigan
November 12, 1982	Todelo, Ohio
November 14, 1982	Dayton, Ohio
November 17, 1982	Maple Leaf Gardens. Toronto, Ontario (The Payola)
November 18, 1982	(?) Maple Leaf Gardens. Toronto, Ontario
November 19, 1982	(?) Maple Leaf Gardens. Toronto, Ontario
November 21, 1982	Rosemont Horizon. Chicago, Illinois
November 29, 1982	Capital Centre. Largo, Maryland
December 2, 1982	Madison Square Gardens. New York City, New York
December 6, 1982	Boston, Massachusetts
December 9, 1982	Nassau Coliseum. Long Island, New York
December 13, 1982	Spectrum. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
December 14, 1982	Spectrum. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
February 14, 1983	Long Beach Arena. Long Beach, California 
			(Golden Earring)
February 15, 1983	Long Beach Arena. Long Beach, California
			(Golden Earring)
February 17, 1983	Los Angeles, California
February 18, 1983	Los Angeles, California
February ? 1983		San Diego, California
February 23, 1983	Phoenix Coliseum. Phoenix, Arizona
February 24, 1983	(?) Phoenix Coliseum. Phoenix, Arizona
February 28, 1983	Reunion Arena. Dallas, Texas (Golden Earring)
March 1, 1983		Reunion Arena. Dallas, Texas (Golden Earring)
March 2, 1983		Convention Center Arena. San Antonio, Texas
March 4, 1983		The Myriad. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (Golden Earring)
March 18, 1983		Sportatorium. Hollywood, Florida
March 25, 1983		The Coliseum. Charlotte, North Carolina
March 26, 1983		U. of South Carolina Coliseum. Columbia, South Carolina
March 27, 1983		Greensboro Coliseum. Greensboro, North Carolina 
			(John Butcher Axis)
March 30, 1983		Riverfront Coliseum. Cincinnati, Ohio
April 1, 1983		Civic Center. Hartford, Connecticut (Heart)
April 2, 1983		Carrier Dome. Syracuse, New York
April 4, 1983		Civic Arena. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
April 5, 1983		Memorial Auditorium. Buffalo, New York
April 7, 1983		The Coliseum. Quebec City, Quebec
April 8, 1983		The Forum. Montreal, Canada
April 9, 1983		The Forum. Montreal, Canada
May 3, 1983  		Ahoy Sportpaleis. Rotterdam, Holland
May 6, 1983		Sporthalle Boblingen. Stuttgart, Germany
May 7, 1983		Festhalle. Frankfurt, Germany
May 8, 1983		Congress Centrum. Hamburg, Germany
May 10, 1983		Philipshalle. Dusseldorf, Germany
May 11, 1983		Rheine-Neckar-Halle. Heidelberg, Germany
May 12, 1983		Forest National. Bruxelles, Belgium
May 14, 1983		National Exhibition Centre. Birmingham, England
May 15, 1983		National Exhibition Centre. Birmingham, England
May 17, 1983		Wembley Arena. London, England
May 18, 1983  		Wembley Arena. London, England
May 20, 1983  		Wembley Arena. London, England
May 21, 1983  		Wembley Arena. London, England
May 22, 1983		National Exhibition Centre. Birmingham, England
May 23, 1983		Ahoy Sportpaleis. Rotterdam, Holland
May 24, 1983		R.H.A.E.C. Ingliston. Edinburgh, Scotland
May 25, 1983		R.H.A.E.C. Ingliston. Edinburgh, Scotland
July 23, 1983		Pier 84. New York City, New York (Celebrity Tennis
			Jam)
September 18, 1983	Radio City Music Hall. New York City, New York
September 20, 1983	Radio City Music Hall. New York City, New York
September 21, 1983	Radio City Music Hall. New York City, New York
September 22, 1983	Radio City Music Hall. New York City, New York
September 23, 1983	Radio City Music Hall. New York City, New York

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*** Album: Grace Under Pressure released April 12, 1984 	***
*** Tour:  Grace Under Pressure					***
*** Opening Band(s): Fastway, Gary Moore, Helix, Red Rider, Y&T	***
***		     Strychnine					***
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April 17, 1984		Tingley Coliseum. Albuquerque, New Mexico
May 7, 1984		Tingley Coliseum. Albuquerque, New Mexico (rehearsal)
May 8, 1984		Tingley Coliseum. Albuquerque, New Mexico
May 9, 1984		Phoenix, Arizona
May 10, 1984		Thomas & Mack Center. Las Vegas, Nevada
May 12, 1984            Lawlor Events Center. Reno, Nevada  (Gary Moore)
May 14, 1984		Salt Palace. Salt Lake City, Utah (Gary Moore)
May 15, 1984		Boise Coliseum. Boise, Idaho
May 17, 1984		Portland, Oregon
May 18, 1984		Seattle, Washington
May 19, 1984		Vancouver, British Columbia
May 24, 1984		Cow Palace. San Francisco, California
May 25, 1984		Cow Palace. San Francisco, California
May 26, 1984            Cow Palace. San Francisco, California
May 28, 1984		Sports Arena. San Diego, California
May 29, 1984		Great Western Forum. Los Angeles, California
May 30, 1984		Great Western Forum. Los Angeles, California
June 2, 1984		Irvine Meadows Amphitheater. Irvine, California
June 4, 1984		Phoenix, Arizona
June 5, 1984		Las Cruces, New Mexico
June 6, 1984		Odessa, Texas
June 8, 1984		Astrodome. Houston, Texas
June 10, 1984		Cotton Bowl. Dallas, Texas (The Texxas Jam)
June 12, 1984		Little Rock, Arkansas
June 13, 1984		Tulsa, Oklahoma
June 15, 1984		Wichita, Kansas
June 16, 1984		Kansas City, Missouri (Gary Moore)
June 25, 1984		Mecca Arena. Milwaukee, Wisconsin
June 26, 1984		Met Center. Bloomington, Minnesota
June 27, 1984		Met Center. Bloomington, Minnesota
June 29, 1984		Rosemont Horizon. Chicago, Illinois
June 30, 1984		Rosemont Horizon. Chicago, Illinois
July 2, 1984		St. Louis, Missouri
July 3, 1984		Market Square Arena. Indianapolis, Indiana
July 5, 1984		Cleveland, Ohio
July 6, 1984		Richfield Coliseum. Richfield, Ohio
July 7, 1984		Richfield Coliseum. Richfield, Ohio
July 8, 1984		Civic Arena. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
July 9, 1984		Joe Louis Arena. Detroit, Michigan
July 12, 1984		Memorial Auditorium. Buffalo, New York (Red Rider)
July 14, 1984		The Forum. Montreal, Quebec
July 15, 1984		The Forum. Montreal, Quebec
July 16, 1984		The Coliseum. Quebec City, Quebec
September 14, 1984	Cumberland County Civic Center. Portland, Maine
				(Fastway)
September 15, 1984	Civic Center. Glen Falls, New York
September 17, 1984	Madison Square Gardens. New York City, New York
September 20, 1984	Maple Leaf Gardens. Toronto, Ontario (Red Rider)
September 21, 1984	Maple Leaf Gardens. Toronto, Ontario (Red Rider)
September 22, 1984	Maple Leaf Gardens. Toronto, Ontario (Red Rider)
September 27, 1984	Capital Centre. Largo, Maryland  (Helix)
September 29, 1984	Brendan Byrne Arena. Meadowlands, New Jersey
September 30, 1984	Nassau Coliseum. Long Island, New York
October 2, 1984		Worcester Centrum. Worcester, Massachusetts
October 3, 1984		Worcester Centrum. Worcester, Massachusetts
October 7, 1984		Ohio Center. Columbus, Ohio (Fastway)
October 18, 1984	Toledo, Ohio
October 19, 1984	Saginaw, Michigan
October 21, 1984	Rupp Arena. Lexington, Kentucky
October 23, 1984	Memphis, Tennessee
October 24, 1984	Jackson, Mississippi
October 26, 1984	Biloxi, Mississippi
October 27, 1984	UNO Lakefront Arena. New Orleans, Louisiana (Fastway)
October 29, 1984	Nashville, Tennessee
October 30, 1984	Atlanta, Georgia
November 1, 1984  	Charleston, West Virginia (Y&T)
November 2, 1984  	Johnson City, Tennessee
November 4, 1984  	Hampton Coliseum. Hampton, Virginia
November 5, 1984  	The Spectrum. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
November 6, 1984  	Civic Center. Providence, Rhode Island
November 7, 1984  	Civic Center. Providence, Rhode Island
November 11, 1984  	(?) Japan
November 20, 1984	Furitsu Taikukan. Osaka, Japan
November 21, 1984	Budokan Hall. Tokyo, Japan
November 24, 1984 	Honolulu NBC Arena. Honolulu, Hawaii (Strychnine)
November 25, 1984 	Honolulu NBC Arena. Honolulu, Hawaii (Strychnine)

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*** Short Tour between P/G and Power Windows 			***
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March 10, 1985		Civic Center. Lakeland, Florida
March 11, 1985		Civic Center. Lakeland, Florida
March 12, 1985		Civic Center. Lakeland, Florida
March 14, 1985		Lee County Arena. Ft. Meyers, Florida
March 15, 1985     	Sportatorium. Hollywood, Florida

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*** Album: Power Windows released October 1985			***
*** Tour:  Power Windows Tour					***
*** Opening Band(s): Steve Morse, Marillion, FM,		***
***	 Fabulous Thunderbirds, Blue Oyster Cult		***
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December 4, 1985   	Cumberland County Civic Center. Portland, Maine  
December 5, 1985   	Civic Center. Providence, Rhode Island
December 7, 1985   	Coliseum. New Haven, Connecticut
December 8, 1985   	Civic Center. Hartford, Connecticut
December 10, 1985   	War Memorial. Rochester, New York
December 12, 1985   	The Centrum. Worcester, Massachusetts
December 13, 1985   	The Centrum. Worcester, Massachusetts
December 15, 1985   	Richmond Coliseum. Richmond, Virginia
December 16, 1985   	Capital Centre. Largo, Maryland  
December 18, 1985   	Civic Arena. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
December 19, 1985   	Coliseum. Richfield, Ohio
January 9, 1986		Pensacola Civic Center. Pensacola, Florida (Steve Morse)
January 10, 1986	Cajundome. Lafayette, Louisiana (Steve Morse)
January 12, 1986	Reunion Arena. Dallas, Texas (Steve Morse)
January 13, 1986	Reunion Arena. Dallas, Texas (Steve Morse)
January 15, 1986	The Summit. Houston, Texas
January 16, 1986	The Summit. Houston, Texas
January 18, 1986	Erwin Special Events Center. Austin, Texas
January 19, 1986	San Antonio, Texas
January 30, 1986        Cow Palace. San Francisco, California  (Steve Morse)
January 31, 1986	Coliseum. Oakland, California (Steve Morse)
February 2, 1986	Thomas & Mack Center. Las Vegas, Nevada
February 3, 1986	Sports Arena. San Diego, California
February 5, 1986	Great Western Forum. Los Angeles, California
February 6, 1986	Great Western Forum. Los Angeles, California
February 7, 1986	Great Western Forum. Los Angeles, California
February 8, 1986	Veterans Coliseum. Phoenix, Arizona
February 10, 1986	Community Center. Tucson, Arizona
February 12, 1986	Albuquerque, New Mexico
February 14, 1986	McNicol's Arena. Denver, Colorado (Steve Morse)
February 27, 1986	Memorial Auditorium. Buffalo, New York (Marillion)
February 28, 1986	Hamilton, Ontario
March 1, 1986		Civic Center. Ottawa, Ontario (FM w/Nash)
March 3, 1986		The Coliseum. Quebec City, Quebec
March 4, 1986		The Forum. Montreal, Quebec
March 6, 1986		Maple Leaf Gardens. Toronto, Ontario  (FM)
March 7, 1986		Maple Leaf Gardens. Toronto, Ontario  (FM)
March 20, 1986		Market Square Arena. Indianapolis, Indiana
March 21, 1986		Rosemont Horizon. Chicago, Illinois
March 22, 1986		Rosemont Horizon. Chicago, Illinois
March 24, 1986    	Mecca Arena. Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Marillion)
March 25, 1986		Civic Center. St. Paul, Minnesota
March 28, 1986		Joe Louis Arena. Detroit, Michigan (Marillion)
March 29, 1986		Riverfront Coliseum. Cincinnati, Ohio  (Marillion)
March 31, 1986    	Meadowlands Arena. East Rutherford, New Jersey
April 1, 1986 		Meadowlands Arena. East Rutherford, New Jersey
April 2 1986		(?) War Memorial. Rochester, New York
April 3, 1986		Civic Center. Springfield, Massachusetts
April 4, 1986		Nassau Coliseum. Long Island, New York
April 13, 1986		Broom County Arena. Binghamton, New York 
			(Blue Oyster Cult)
April 14, 1986          Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Blue Oyster Cult)
April 16, 1986          Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
April 17, 1986		Civic Center. Baltimore, Maryland
April 19, 1986          Hampton Coliseum. Hampton, Virginia
April 20, 1986          Charlotte, North Carolina
April 22, 1986          Greensboro, North Carolina (Blue Oyster Cult)
April 23, 1986          Greenville, North Carolina
April 25, 1986          The Omni. Atlanta, Georgia
April 26, 1986          Jefferson Civic Center. Birmingham, Alabama (BOC)
April 28, 1986          St. Louis, Missouri
April 29, 1986      	Kemper Arena. Kansas City, Missouri
May 1, 1986         	The Myriad. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
May 2, 1986         	Wichita, Kansas
May 12, 1986		Salt Palace Arena. Salt Lake City, Utah 
				(The Fabulous Thunderbirds)
May 14, 1986		The Saddledome. Calgary, Alberta
May 15, 1986		Northland Coliseum. Edmonton, Alberta <cancelled>
May 19, 1986		Memorical Coliseum. Portland, Oregon 
				(The Fabulous Thunderbirds>
May 17, 1986		Pacific Coliseum. Vancouver, British Columbia
May 21, 1986		Center Coliseum. Seattle, Washington
May 24, 1986            Cal Expo. Sacramento, California  
				(The Fabulous Thunderbirds)
May 25, 1986		Pacific Amphitheater. Costa Mesa, California
			(The Fabulous Thunderbirds)
May 26, 1986		Pacific Amphitheater. Costa Mesa, California
			(The Fabulous Thunderbirds)

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*** Album: Hold Your Fire released early September 1987		***
*** Tour:  Hold Your Fire Tour					***
*** Opening Band(s): MSG, Tommy Shaw, Chalk Circle, 		***
***		     The Rainmakers				***
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October 29, 1987	St. John's, Newfoundland (Chalk Circle)
October 30, 1987	St. John's, Newfoundland (Chalk Circle)
November 1, 1987	Sydney, Nova Scotia (Chalk Circle)
November 2, 1987	Halifax, Nova Scotia (Chalk Circle)
November 4, 1987	Moncton, New Brunswick (Chalk Circle)
November 6, 1987	Civic Center. Providence, Rhode Island
November 7, 1987	Civic Center. Providence, Rhode Island
November 9, 1987	Civic Center. Springfield, Massachusetts
November 10, 1987	Utica, New York
November 11, 1987	(?) New York City, New York
November 12, 1987	RPI Fieldhouse. Troy, New York
November 13, 1987	Broome County Arena. Binghamton, New York (MSG)
November 14, 1987	Memorial Auditorium. Buffalo, New York
November 15, 1987	(?) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
November 16, 1987	Hartford, Connecticut
November 25, 1987	The Omni. Atlanta, Georgia (MSG)
November 27, 1987	Charlotte Coliseum. Charlotte, North Carolina (MSG)
November 30, 1987 	Capital Centre. Largo, Maryland
December 2, 1987	The Centrum. Worcester, Massachusetts (Tommy Shaw)
December 3, 1987	The Centrum. Worcester, Massachusetts (Tommy Shaw)
December 5, 1987	Coliseum. New Haven, Connecticut
December 6, 1987	Meadowlands Arena. East Rutherford, New Jersey
December 7, 1987	Meadowlands Arena. East Rutherford, New Jersey
December 9, 1987	Nassau Coliseum. Uniondale, New York
December 11, 1987	Madison Square Gardens. New York City, New York
December 13, 1987 	The Spectrum. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
December 14, 1987	The Spectrum. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
December 16, 1987	Civic Arena. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
December 17, 1987	Richfield Coliseum. Richfield, Ohio (Tommy Shaw)
Jan?? 1988		Hampton Coliseum. Hampton, Virginia (Tommy Shaw)
January 15, 1988	Reynolds Coliseum. Raleigh, North Carolina (Tommy Shaw)
January 16, 1988	Nashville, Tennessee
January 17, 1988	Birmingham-Jefferson Civic Center. Birmingham, Alabama
January 18, 1988	Reunion Arena. Dallas, Texas
January 21, 1988	San Antonio, Texas
January 23, 1988	The Myriad. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
January 24, 1988	Shreveport, Louisiana
January 25, 1988	Barton Coliseum. Little Rock, Arkansas
January 26, 1988	Barton Coliseum. Little Rock, Arkansas
January 27, 1988	Lakefront Arena. New Orleans, Louisiana
January 29, 1988	The Summit. Houston, Texas
January 30, 1988	Austin, Texas
February 1, 1988	Veterans Memorial Coliseum. Phoenix, Arizona
February 3, 1988	Sports Arena. San Diego, California
February 4, 1988	Great Western Forum. Los Angeles, California
February 5, 1988	Great Western Forum. Los Angeles, California
February 12, 1988	Memphis, Tennesee
February 13, 1988	Sportatorium. Hollywood, Florida
February 15, 1988	Lakeland, Florida
February 18, 1988	Memorial Coliseum. Jacksonville, Florida
February 19, 1988	Civic Center. Pensacola, Florida (Tommy Shaw)
February 21, 1988	Mid-South Coliseum. Memphis, Tennessee
February 22, 1988	St. Louis, Missouri
February 23, 1988	Riverfront Coliseum. Cincinnati, Ohio
February 24, 1988	Riverfront Coliseum. Cincinnati, Ohio
February 25, 1988	Rosemont Horizon. Chicago, Illinois
February 26, 1988	Rosemont Horizon. Chicago, Illinois
February 28, 1988	Civic Center. Peoria, Illinois
March 1, 1988		Checkerdome. St. Louis, Missouri
March 2, 1988		Market Square Arena. Indianapolis, Indiana (Tommy Shaw)
March 4, 1988		Joe Louis Arena. Detroit, Michigan (Tommy Shaw)
March 5, 1988		Joe Louis Arena. Detroit, Michigan (Tommy Shaw)
March 7, 1988		Maple Leaf Gardens. Toronto, Ontario (Chalk Circle)
March 8, 1988		Maple Leaf Gardens. Toronto, Ontario (Chalk Circle)
March 10, 1988		Montreal, Quebec (Chalk Circle)
March 11, 1988		Quebec City, Quebec (Chalk Circle)
April 2, 1988		Civic Auditorium. Omaha, Nebraska
April 5, 1988		Mecca Arena. Milwaukee, Wisconsin (The Rainmakers)
April 9, 1988		Louisville Gardens. Louisville, Kentucky
April 10, 1988		Hara Arena. Dayton, Ohio
April 21, 1988		National Exhibition Centre. Birmingham, England
April 23, 1988		National Exhibition Centre. Birmingham, England
April 24, 1988		National Exhibition Centre. Birmingham, England
April 26, 1988		Scottish Exhibition Centre. Glasgow, Scotland
April 28, 1988		Wembley Arena. London, England
April 29, 1988		Wembley Arena. London, England
April 30, 1988		Wembley Arena. London, England
May 2, 1988		Ahoy Sportpaleis. Rotterdam, Holland
May 4, 1988 		Festhalle. Frankfurt, Germany
May 5, 1988		Hans Martin Schleyerhalle. Stuttgart, Germany

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*** Album: A Show Of Hands released January 9, 1989		***
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*** Album: Presto released November 18, 1989			***
*** Tour:  Presto Tour 						***
*** Opening Band(s): Mr. Big, Chalk Circle			***
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December 18, 1989	Paris, France
February 15, 1990	Memorial Coliseum. Greenville, South Carolina
			(rehearsal)
February 17, 1990	Memorial Coliseum. Greenville, South Carolina (Mr. Big)
February 18, 1990	Memorial Coliseum. Jacksonville, Florida
February 19, 1990	Memorial Coliseum. Jacksonville, Florida
February 20, 1990 	Bayfront Center. St. Petersburg, Florida
February 22, 1990	The Arena. Miami, Florida
February 23, 1990	Orlando Arena. Orlando,  Florida
February 25, 1990	Lakefront Arena. New Orleans, Louisiana
February 26, 1990	Houston, Texas
February 28, 1990	Convention Center Arena. San Antonio, Texas
March 1, 1990		Reunion Arena. Dallas, Texas
March 3, 1990		Kemper Arena. Kansas City, Missouri
March 5, 1990		Checkerdome. St. Louis, Missouri
March 6, 1990		Riverfront Coliseum. Cincinnati, Ohio (Mr. Big)
March 8, 1990		The Palace. Auburn Hills, Michigan (Mr. Big)
March 9, 1990		The Palace. Auburn Hills, Michigan
March 20, 1990		Edmonton, Alberta
March 21, 1990		Calgary, Alberta
March 23, 1990		Pacific Coliseum. Vancouver, British Columbia
March 24, 1990		Memorial Coliseum. Portland, Oregon
March 26, 1990		Center Coliseum. Seattle, Washington
March 28, 1990		ARCO Arena. Sacramento, California
March 30, 1990		Oakland Coliseum. Oakland, California
March 31, 1990		Oakland Coliseum. Oakland, California
April 2, 1990		Great Western Forum. Los Angeles, California (Mr. Big)
April 3, 1990		Great Western Forum. Los Angeles, California (Mr. Big)
April 5, 1990		Sports Arena. San Diego, California (Mr. Big)
April 7, 1990  		Pacific Amphitheater. Costa Mesa, California (Mr. Big)
April 8, 1990		Veterans Memorial Arena. Phoenix, Arizona (Mr. Big)
April 9, 1990		Tucson, Arizona
April 19, 1990		War Memorial. Rochester, New York (Mr. Big)
April 20, 1990		Meadowlands Arena. East Rutherford, New Jersey
April 22, 1990		Nassau Coliseum. Long Island, New York
April 24, 1990		The Spectrum. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Mr. Big)
April 25, 1990		Meadowlands Arena. East Rutherford, New Jersey
April 27, 1990		The Spectrum. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
April 28, 1990		War Memorial. Rochester, New York
May 1, 1990		The Omni. Atlanta, Georgia
May 2, 1990		Charlotte, North Carolina (Mr. Big)
May 4, 1990		Richmond Coliseum. Richmond, Virginia
May 5, 1990 		Capital Centre. Largo, Maryland
May 6, 1990		(?) Meadowlands. East Rutherford, New Jersey
May 7, 1990		Civic Center. Providence, Rhode Island
May 8, 1990		Hartford Civic Center. Hartford, Connecticut
May 9, 1990		(?) New Haven, Connecticut
May 10, 1990		The Centrum. Worcester, Massachusetts (Mr. Big)
May 11, 1990		The Centrum. Worcester, Massachusetts (Mr. Big)
May 13, 1990		Quebec City, Quebec
May 14, 1990		The Forum. Montreal, Quebec
May 16, 1990		Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Ontario (Voivod)
May 17, 1990		Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Ontario (Voivod)
June 1, 1990  		Old Orchard Beach, Maine <Cancelled> 
June 2, 1990  		Knickerbocker Arena. Albany, New York
June 3, 1990		(?) Rochester, New York (or Uniondale, New York)
June 4, 1990  		Baltimore, Maryland
June 5, 1990  		Hampton Coliseum. Hampton, Virginia (Mr. Big)
June 7, 1990  		Civic Arena. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Mr. Big)
June 8, 1990  		Richfield Coliseum. Richfield, Ohio (Mr. Big)
June 10, 1990		Blossom Music Center. Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio (Mr. Big)
June 11, 1990  		Riverbend Music Center. Cincinnati, Ohio (Mr. Big)
June 13, 1990		Cooper Stadium. Columbus, Ohio
June 14, 1990		Deercreek Amphitheater. Noblesville, Indiana
June 16, 1990  		Alpine Valley Amphitheater. East Troy, Wisconsin 
				(Mr. Big)
June 17, 1990  		Alpine Valley Amphitheater. East Troy, Wisconsin 
				(Mr. Big)
June 19, 1990  		Met Center. Bloomington, Minnesota
June 20, 1990  		Civic Arena. Omaha, Nebraska
June 22, 1990  		Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre. Denver, Colorado 
				(Mr.  Big)
June 24, 1990  		Salt Lake City, Utah
June 26, 1990  		Cal Expo. Sacramento, California
June 27, 1990  		Shoreline Amphitheater. Mountain View, California 
				(Mr. Big)
June 29, 1990 		Irvine Meadows Amphitheater. Irvine, California

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*** Chronicles released September 4, 1990			***
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*** Album: Roll The Bones released September 3, 1991		***
*** Tour:  Roll The Bones Tour					***
*** Opening Band(s): Eric Johnson, Vinnie Moore, Primus, 	***
***		     Mr. Big, Andy Curran, The Tragically Hip	***
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October 25, 1991	Copps Coliseum. Hamilton, Ontario (Andy Curran)
October 26, 1991	War Memorial. Rochester, New York
October 28, 1991	Civic Arena. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Eric Johnson)
October 29, 1991	Riverfront Coliseum. Cincinnati, Ohio
October 31, 1991	Market Square Arena. Indianapolis, Indiana 
				(Eric Johnson)
November 1, 1991	Rosemont Horizon. Chicago, Illinois
November 3, 1991	Target Center. Minneapolis, Minnesota
November 4, 1991	Civic Center. Omaha, Nebraska
November 6, 1991	Expocenter. Topeka, Kansas
November 7, 1991	Arena. St. Louis, Missouri
November 9, 1991	Redbird Arena. Normal, Illinois (Eric Johnson)
November 10, 1991	Bradley Convention Center. Milwaukee, Wisconsin
				(Eric Johnson)
November 13, 1991	The Palace. Auburn Hills, Michigan (Eric Johnson)
November 14, 1991	The Palace. Auburn Hills, Michigan (Eric Johnson)
November 16, 1991	University of Toledo (Savage Hall). Toledo, Ohio 
				(Eric Johnson)
November 17, 1991	Coliseum. Richfield, Ohio (Eric Johnson)
November 18, 1991	Coliseum. Richfield, Ohio (Eric Johnson)
November 26, 1991	Civic Center. Ottawa, Canada
November 28, 1991	Quebec City, Quebec
November 29, 1991	Montreal, Quebec
December 1, 1991	Spectrum. Phialdelphia, Pennsylvania (Vinnie Moore)
December 3, 1991	Spectrum. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Vinnie Moore)
December 4, 1991	Capital Centre. Largo, Maryland (Vinnie Moore)
December 6, 1991	Madison Square Gardens. New York City, New York 
December 7, 1991	Madison Square Gardens. New York City, New York 
December 9, 1991	Civic Center. Providence, Rhode Island (Vinnie Moore)
December 10, 1991	The Centrum. Worcester, Massachusetts
December 12, 1991	Knickerbocker Arena. Albany, New York
December 13, 1991	Civic Center. Hartford, Connecticut (Vinnie Moore)
December 14, 1991	Civic Center. Hartford, Connecticut
December 15, 1991	Buffalo, New York (Vinnie Moore)
December 16, 1991	Maple Leaf Gardens. Toronto, Ontario 
				(The Tragically Hip)
January 17, 1992	Pan American Center. Las Cruces, New Mexico
				(rehearsal)
January 18, 1992	Pan American Center. Las Cruces, New Mexico (Primus)
January 20, 1992	Sports Arena. San Diego, California (Primus)
January 22, 1992	Great Western Forum. Los Angeles, California (Primus)
January 23, 1992	Great Western Forum. Los Angeles, California (Primus)
January 25, 1992	Selland Arena. Fresno, California (Primus)
January 27, 1992	Arco Arena. Sacramento, California (Primus)
January 29, 1992	Coliseum. Oakland, California (Primus)
January 30, 1992	Coliseum. Oakland, California (Primus)
February 2, 1992	Pacific Coliseum. Vancouver, British Columbia (Primus)
February 4, 1992	Center Coliseum. Seattle, Washington (Primus)
February 5, 1992	Memorial Coliseum. Portland, Oregon
February 15, 1992	HemisFair. San Antonio, Texas
February 16, 1992	Reunion Arena. Dallas, Texas (Primus)
February 18, 1992	The Summit. Houston, Texas
February 20, 1992	Austin, Texas
February 22, 1992	Shreveport, Louisiana <cancelled>
February 23, 1992	Lakefront Arena. New Orleans, Louisiana
February 25, 1992	Civic Center. Pensacola, Florida
February 26, 1992	Memorial Coliseum. Jacksonville, Florida
February 28, 1992	Miami Arena. Miami, Florida
February 29, 1992	St. Petersburg, Florida
March 2, 1992		The Arena. Orlando, Florida (Primus)
March 4, 1992		The Omni. Atlanta, Georgia (Primus)
March 5, 1992		Columbia, South Carolina
March 7, 1992		Dean E. Smith Center. Chapel Hill, N. Carolina (Primus)
March 8, 1992		Hampton Coliseum. Hampton, Virginia (Primus)
March 10, 1992		Richmond, Virginia
March 12, 1992		Binghamton, New York (Primus)
March 14, 1992		New Haven Coliseum. New Haven, Connecticut (Primus)
March 15, 1992		Nassau Coliseum. Uniondale, New York
April 10, 1992		Sheffield Arena. Sheffield, England
April 12, 1992		National Exhibition Centre. Birmingham, England
April 13, 1992		National Exhibition Centre. Birmingham, England
April 15, 1992		Scottish Exhibition Centre. Glasgow, Scotland
April 17, 1992		Wembley Arena. London, England
April 18, 1992		Wembley Arena. London, England
April 21, 1992		Music Hall. Hannover, Germany
April 23, 1992		Sporthalle. Colonge, Germany
April 24, 1992		Festhalle. Frankfurt, Germany
April 26, 1992		Frankenhalle. Nuremburg, Germany
April 27, 1992		Eissporthalle. Berlin, Germany
April 29, 1992		Hanns-Martin Schlayerhalle. Stuttgart, Germany
May 1, 1992		Le Zenith. Paris, France
May 3, 1992		Ahoy Sportpaleis. Rotterdam, Holland
May 21, 1992		Mid-South Coliseum. Memphis, Tennessee
May 23, 1992		Kemper Arena. Kansas City, Missouri
May 24, 1992		Kansas Coliseum. Wichita, Kansas
May 25, 1992		Myriad Arena. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (Mr. Big)
May 27, 1992		Fiddler's Green Amphitheater. Denver, Colorado 
				(Mr. Big)
May 29, 1992		Salt Lake City, Utah
May 31, 1992		Shoreline Amphitheater. Mountain View, California 
				(Mr. Big)
June 1, 1992		Reno, Nevada (Mr. Big)
June 3, 1992		Irvine Meadows Amphitheater. Irvine, California 
				(Mr. Big)
June 4, 1992		Irvine Meadows Amphitheater. Irvine, California 
				(Mr. Big)
June 6, 1992		Thomas & Mack Center, UNLV. Las Vegas, Nevada (Mr. Big)
June 7, 1992		Desert Sky Pavillion. Phoenix, Arizona (Mr. Big)
June 9, 1992		Tingley Coliseum. Albuquerque, New Mexico
June 10, 1992		Lubbock Coliseum. Lubbock, Texas
June 12, 1992		Riverport Amphitheater. St. Louis, Missouri
June 13, 1992		Starwood Amphitheater. Nashville, Tennessee (Mr. Big)
June 14, 1992		Blockbuster Pavillion. Charlotte, North Carolina 
				(Mr. Big)
June 16, 1992		Merriwether Post Pavillion. Columbia, Maryland
June 17, 1992		Great Woods. Mansfield, Massachusettes (Mr. Big)
June 19, 1992		Meadowlands Arena. East Rutherford, New Jersey
June 20, 1992		Jones Beach. Long Island, New York
June 21, 1992		Star Lake Amphitheater. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
				(Mr. Big)
June 23, 1992		Nutter Center. Dayton, Ohio (Mr. Big)
June 24, 1992		Deer Creek. Noblesville, Indiana (Mr. Big)
June 26, 1992		The New Pine Knob. Detroit, Michigan (Mr. Big)
June 27, 1992		Alpine Valley Amphitheater. East Troy, Wisconsin 
				(Mr. Big)
June 28, 1992		World Music Theater. Chicago, Illinois (Mr. Big)
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In many cases where dates were questionable, I have included (?) to
state so.  Some dates gotten from various sources claim more than
one location played on such a date, I have included (?) to mark
these as well.  Cases where the band played more than one night at
a location but where I only had 1 date, I have marked the other 2
dates with (?) to indicate this.

There are many missing gaps still (especially from the early tours
and from overseas dates) and through time, I will add them to this
list and re-send revisions as I see fit.  Please, if you find any
drastic error(s) in the listing or have evidence to a date contrary
to one listed, please send email to:

jlang@syrinx.umd.edu or rush@ucsd.edu

Updates will be mailed as I make revisions.  Thank you.
This list is obtainable via anon-ftp to syrinx.umd.edu

-Jimmy

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