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1970

Faces Line-Up: June 1969 - May 1973

  • Rod Stewart - vocals
  • Ron Wood - guitar
  • Ian McLagan - keyboards
  • Ronnie Lane - bass
  • Kenny Jones - drums

January 17, 1970 Sheffield University, Sheffield, ENG January 25, 1970 Mothers, Birmingham, ENG January 31, 1970 University Of Surrey, Guildford, ENG February 2, 1970 Top Rank, Southampton, ENG February 6, 1970 Lyceum, London, ENG (Midnight Rave) February 7, 1970 Leeds University Reflectory Hall, Leeds, ENG February 13, 1970 Norwich University, Norwich, ENG

February 14, 1970 Uppsala, SWE February 15, 1970 Cue Club, Gothenburg, SWE February 18, 1970 Studentkaren, Stockholm, SWE February 21, 1970 Tinghallen, Viborg, DEN February 22, 1970 Revolution Club, Copenhagen, DEN

February 27, 1970 Bristol University Anson Room, Bristol, ENG March 1, 1970 Lyceum, London, ENG March 6, 1970 Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester, ENG March 7, 1970 Coldfield Belfre, Sutton, ENG March 9, 1970 BBC Playhouse Theatre, London, ENG (BBC Radio "Top Gear" performing "Wicked Messenger", "Devotion", "Pineapple And The Monkey" & "Shake Shudder Shiver". Broadcast: March 28, 1970) (poss Paris Cinema) March 10, 1970 BBC Camden Theatre, London, England (BBC Radio "Dave Lee Travis" performing "Three Button Hand Me Down", "Flying" & "Wicked Messenger". Broadcast: March 15, 1970) March 11, 1970 London, England (UK TV "Top Of The Pops" performing "Flying". Aired: March 12, 1970) March 14, 1970 (UK TV "Disco 2" performing "Flying" & "Pineapple And The Monkey") March 14, 1970 Leicester University, Leicester, ENG March 16, 1970 Cook’s Ferry Inn, Edmonton, ENG March 21, 1970 Mothers, Birmingham, ENG

March 25, 1970 Varsity Arena, Toronto, ON March 26-28, 1970 The Boston Tea Party, Boston, MA (supporting Lee Michaels, with Zephyr) March 30, 1970 Northern Virginia Community College, Fairfax, VA March 31, 1970 Youth Center, Wheaton, MD (supported by Grin) April 3-4, 1970 Eastown Theater, Detroit, MI (supported by Argent & Zephyr) April 5, 1970 Fillmore North, Toronto, ON (without Ian McLagan) April 8-9, 1970 Ungano's, New York City, NY April 10-11, 1970 Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA April 15-16, 1970 Beaver’s, Chicago, IL April 17-18, 1970 Palladium, Birmingham, MI (supported by All The Lonely People & Dhobi's Itch) April 19, 1970 Labor Temple, Minneapolis, MN (2 shows 6.30 & 9.30, supported by Alice Cooper) April 20, 1970 Boston Garden, Boston, MA, USA April 23, 1970 Warehouse, Ithaca, NY April 24-25, 1970 Action House, Island Park, NY

May 1-3, 1970 Eastown Theater, Detroit, MI May 7-10, 1970 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA (supporting Lee Michaels) May 15-16, 1970 Eagles Ballroom, Seattle, WA May 17, 1970 Garden Auditorium, Vancouver, BC (Strawberry Mountain Fair) May 22, 1970 Olympic Theater, Los Angeles, CA May 23, 1970 University Of California, Irvine, CA May 24, 1970 Michigan University Old College Field, East Lansing, MI (Open Air Celebration, with Jefferson Airplane, Delaney, Bonnie & Friends, Chicago, John Sebastian & Rotary Connection) May 26, 1970 Stanley Warner Theater, Jersey City, NJ May 28, 1970 Fanwood High School, Scotch Plains, NJ (supporting Country Joe & The Fish) May 29-30, 1970 Capitol Theater, Port Chester, NY

June 5, 1970 Dudley Zoo, Dudley, ENG (Castle Rock in aid of the WWF supported by the Edgar Broughton Band & Tyrannosaurus Rex. Robert Plant guests on one song) June ?, 1970 The Wake Arms, Epping, ENG June 15, 1970 Cooks Ferry Inn, Edmonton, ENG June 17, 1970 Victoria Rooms, Bristol, ENG June 19, 1970 Lancaster University Great Hall, Lancaster, ENG June 20, 1970 Civic Hall, Dunstable, ENG June 25, 1970 BBC Paris Cinema, London, England (BBC Radio "John Peel’s Sunday Concert" performing "You’re My Girl", "Wicked Messenger", "Devotion", "It's All Over Now" & "I Feel So Good". Broadcast: July 5, 1970) June 26, 1970 Top Rank Suite, Swansea, WAL June 27, 1970 Mothers, Birmingham, ENG

August 4-9, 1970 Harmonyville (Cancelled) August 5, 1970 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supported by Poco & Savage Grace) August 5, 1970 Boston Tea Party, Boston, MA August 6, 1970 Capitol Theater, Springfield, MA August 7, 1970 Goose Lake Park, Jackson, MI (Goose Lake International Music Festival) August 8, 1970 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (supported by Blodwyn Pig & Chicken Shack) August 9, 1970 Arena, Milwaukee, WI (unconfirmed) August 7-10, 1970 Atlantic City, NJ

August 21, 1970 Lyceum Ballroom, London, ENG August 24, 1970 Stockholm, SWE ??? August 25, 1970 Gothenburg, SWE ??? August 27, 1970 Copenhagen, DEN ??? August 27, 1970 BBC Studio 2, Aoelian Hall, London, England (BBC Radio "Sounds Of The Seventies" performing "It's All Over Now", "Three Button Hand Me Down" & "Around The Plynth". Broadcast: September 1, 1970)

August 31, 1970 Charlton Park, Bishopsbourne, ENG

September 2, 1970 Folkets Hus, Oslo, NOR September 3, 1970 Liseberg Stora Scenen, Gothenburg, SWE September 4, 1970 Statsskole, Copenhagen, DEN September 5, 1970 Fehmarn, GER, (Love And Peace Festival)

September 11, 1970 Hampstead Country Club, London, ENG September 13, 1970 Black Prince Hotel, London, ENG September 15, 1970 BBC Maida Vale 4, London, ENG (BBC Radio "Top Gear" performing "Had Me A Real Good Time", "Around The Plynth/Gasoline Alley" & "Country Comfort". Broadcast: September 19, 1970) September 18, 1970 Lyceum, London, ENG September 19, 1970 Eliot College, Canterbury, ENG September 25, 1970 Marquee, London, ENG

Faces US Tour 1970

October 1, 1970 Goddard College, Plainfield, VT October 2-3, 1970 Capitol Theater, Port Chester, NY October 5-7, 1970 The Boston Tea Party, Boston, MA (Supported by Ballin' Jack) October 9, 1970 The Club, Rochester, NY (2 shows) October 10, 1970 Wagner College, Staten Island, NY October 12, 1970 Kingston Armory, Wilkes Barre, PA October 16-17, 1970 Eastown Theater, Detroit, MI October 18, 1970 The Scene, Milwaukee, WI October 23, 1970 The Spectrum, Philadephia, PA (4th Quaker City Rock Festival, with Grand Funk Railroad, Eric Burdon & War & Elizabeth) October 24, 1970 Action House, Island Park, NY October 25, 1970 Municipal Auditorium, Florida, FL October 27, 1970 Palladium, Birmingham, MI October 28, 1970 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA October 30, 1970 Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA October 31, 1970 Kinsmen Field House, Edmonton, AB November 1, 1970 Agrodome, Vancouver, BC (supported by Redbone & The Legendary Seeds Of Time) November 3, 1970 Dewey’s, Madison, WI November 5, 1970 State University of New York, Stony Brook, NY November 6, 1970 Williams College, Chapin Hall, Williamstown, MA (supported by Poco) November 7, 1970 Olympic Stadium, Detroit, MI (supporting Three Dog Night) November 8, 1970 The Depot, Minneapolis, MN (2 shows 8.00 & 10.30, supported by Downchild) November 9, 1970 Bangor Auditorium, Bangor, ME November 10, 1970 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (2 shows, supported by Black Sabbath & If) November 11, 1970 The Club, Rochester, NY November 13, 1970 The Syndrome, Chicago, IL November 14, 1970 Hara Arena, Dayton, OH (supporting Eric Burdon & War) November 15, 1970 Commodore Ballroom, Lowell, MA

November 19, 1970 BBC Paris Cinema, London, ENG (BBC Radio "John Peel’s Sunday Concert" performing "Country Comfort", "You're My Girl", "Too Much Woman/Street Fighting Man/Too Much Woman", "Maybe I'm Amazed" & "Around The Plynth/Country Honk/Gasoline Alley". Broadcast: November 29, 1970) November 20, 1970 Marquee, London, ENG November 22, 1970 The Wake Arms, Epping, ENG November 28, 1970 Country Club, Kirklevington, ENG November 28, 1970 Leicester University, Leicester, ENG November 29, 1970 Croydon Greyhound, London, ENG

December 2, 1970 London, ENG (UK TV "Top Of The Pops" performing "Had Me A Real Good Time". Aired on the 3rd December)

December 4, 1970 North East London Polytechnic, London, ENG December 5, 1970 Sheffield University Lower Refectory, Sheffield, ENG December 6, 1970 Black Prince Hotel, London, ENG December 7, 1970 Marquee, London, ENG (Filmed by German WDR-TV and aired in Germany on the 15th January 1971)

December 8, 1970 London, ENG (UK radio "Top Gear" performing "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen", "Good King Wenceslas", "Silent Night" & "O Come All Ye Faithful". Broadcast on the 26th December. With Marc Bolan, John Peel, Robert Wyatt, Mike Ratledge, Ron Wood, Kenney Jones, Ian McLagan, Ronnie Lane, Ivor Cutler, Sonja Kristina, Bridget St. John, Pete Buckland & David Bedford on piano. Rod also did a solo version of "Away In A Manger")

December 12, 1970 Seven Sisters Club, London, ENG December 15, 1970 Hamburg, GER December 16, 1970 Köln, GER December 17, 1970 München, GER December 18, 1970 Frankfurt, GER December 19, 1970 Winterthur, SUI December 20, 1970 Zürich, SUI December 21, 1970 Basel, SUI December 22, 1970 St. Gallen, SUI December 23, 1970 Bern, SUI

1971

January 15, 1971 Nags Head, Wollaston, ENG (cancelled) January 16, 1971 London School Of Economics, London, ENG (cancelled) January 17, 1971 Town Hall, Cheltenham, ENG (cancelled) January 20, 1971 City Hall, Newcastle, ENG (supported by McGuiness Flint) January 22, 1971 Trent Polytechnic, Nottingham, ENG January 23, 1971 Bradford University, Bradford, ENG January 24, 1971 Croydon Greyhound, London, ENG January 26, 1971 La Taverne De L’Olympia, Paris, FRA (Filmed for French TV "Pop 2") January 27, 1971 Birmingham, ENG January 29, 1971 Exeter University, Exeter, ENG January 30, 1971 Westfield College Hampstead, London, ENG January 31, 1971 Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, ENG February 1, 1971 Marquee, London, ENG

February 5, 1971 Mosque Auditorium, Richmond, VA February 6, 1971 Apalachian Teacher's College, Boone, NC February 7, 1971 Civic Auditorium, Salem, VA February 9, 1971 Music Hall Theatre, Boston, MA February 10, 1971 Stanley Theater, Jersey City, NJ (2 shows, supporting Savoy Brown) February 12-13, 1971 Pirates World Amusement Park, Dania, FL February 16-17, 1971 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (supported by The Grease Band & Savoy Brown) February 18, 1971 Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY February 20, 1971 Metropolitan Sports Center, Bloomington, MN February 21, 1971 Kiel Opera House, St. Louis, MO February 23, 1971 Cobo Hall, Detroit, MI (with Savoy Brown) February 25, 1971 Civic Auditorium, Knoxville, TN February 27, 1971 Warehouse, New Orleans, LA February 28, 1971 Shady Grove Music Fair, Gaithersburg, MD

March 10, 1971 Forum, Inglewood, CA (supported by The Grease Band & Savoy Brown) March 11, 1971 Community Theater, Berkeley, CA March 12, 1971 Selland Arena, Fresno, CA March 13, 1971 Cal Expo Amphitheater, Sacramento, CA (supported by The Grease Band & Savoy Brown) March 14, 1971 Coliseum, Denver, CO March 18, 1971 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA March 20, 1971 Santa Clara County Fairgrounds, San Jose, CA (supporting Savoy Brown) March 21, 1971 Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR March 22, 1971 Tacoma University Fieldhouse, Tacoma, WA (supported by The Grease Band & Savoy Brown) March 23, 1971 Kinsmen Field House, Edmonton, AB March 24, 1971 PNE Agrodome, Vancouver, BC (supporting Savoy Brown) March 27, 1971 Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX (supporting Savoy Brown) March 28, 1971 Will Rogers Auditorium, Fort Worth, TX (supporting Savoy Brown) March 30, 1971 Civic Center, Atlanta, GA April 2-3, 1971 Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY (with Savoy Brown)

April 11, 1971 Orchid Ballroom, Purley, ENG April 14, 1971 Rheinhalle, Düsseldorf, GER April 15, 1971 Musikhalle, Hamburg, GER April 16, 1971 Volksbildungsheim, Frankfurt, GER April 17, 1971 Circus Krone-Bau, Munich, GER

April 19, 1971 BBC Televison Centre, London, ENG (BBC TV "Disco 2" performing "Tell Everyone", "Sweet Lady Mary" & "Bad 'N' Ruin") (poss 22nd)

April 20, 1971 BBC Studio 1, Kensington House, ENG (BBC Radio "Harris, Sounds Of The Seventies" performing "Had Me A Real Good Time", "Love In Vain", "Oh Lord, I'm Browned Off" & "Maybe I'm Amazed". Broadcast: May 3, 1971)

April 24, 1971 Nottingham University, Nottingham, ENG

April 28, 1971 BBC Television Theatre, Shepherd's Bush, London, ENG (BBC TV "Top Of The Pops" performing "Richmond" & "Bad’n Ruin". Aired on the April 29)

April 29, 1971 Roundhouse, London, ENG April 30, 1971 Lancaster University, Lancaster, ENG May 1, 1971 London School Of Economics, London, ENG May 6, 1971 Town Hall, Watford, ENG May 7, 1971 Sussex Sports Centre, Brighton, ENG May 8, 1971 Leicester Polytechnic, Leicester, ENG (May Ball) May 13, 1971 BBC Paris Cinema, London, ENG (BBC Radio "Peel Sunday Concert", broadcast: May 23, 1971) May 14, 1971 Northampton, ENG May 15, 1971 Crystal Palace Bowl, London, ENG (Garden Party, supporting Pink Floyd, with Mountain & Quiver) May 16, 1971 Croydon Greyhound, London, ENG May 18, 1971 Town Hall, Birmingham, ENG May 20, 1971 Town Hall, Cheltenham, ENG May 21, 1971 Loughborough University, Edward Herbert Building, Loughborough, ENG May 22, 1971 Liverpool Stadium, Liverpool, ENG May 23, 1971 Victoria Hall, Hanley, ENG (supported by Atomic Rooster) May 24, 1971 College Of Education, Brighton, ENG May 26, 1971 Winter Gardens,,Bournemouth, ENG May 27, 1971 Nag’s Head, Wollaston, ENG May 28, 1971 Mayfair Ballroom, Newcastle, ENG May 30, 1971 Freedom Rock Festival Grounds, Langelsheim, GER (Freedom Festival 1971) May 30, 1971 Fox At Greyhound, Croydon, ENG (supported by Trapeze)

July 2, 1971 Friars Club, Aylesbury, ENG July 3, 1971 Kingston Polytechnic, Kingston, ENG

July 9, 1971 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supported by Deep Purple) July 10, 1971 Public Auditorium, Cleveland, OH (supported by Deep Purple) July 11, 1971 Auditorium, Minneapolis, MN (supported by Deep Purple) July 13, 1971 Colisée De Quebec, Quebec City, QC ??? July 14, 1971 Bruce Hall Auditorium, Milwaukee, WI (supported by Deep Purple) July 16, 1971 Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh, PA (supported by Deep Purple & Matthew's Southern Comfort) July 17, 1971 Hara Arena, Dayton, OH (supported by Deep Purple & Matthew's Southern Comfort) July 18, 1971 Sports Arena, Toledo, OH (supported by Deep Purple) July 20, 1971 Kinetic Circus Playground, Chicago, IL (supported by Deep Purple) July 21, 1971 Auditorium Theater, Chicago, IL (supported by Deep Purple) July 23, 1971 Pirates World Amusement Park, Dania, FL (supported by Deep Purple & Matthew's Southern Comfort) July 24, 1971 Sports Stadium, Orlando, FL (supported by Deep Purple) July 25, 1971 Warehouse, New Orleans, LA (supported by Deep Purple & Matthew's Southern Comfort) July 27, 1971 Municipal Auditorium, San Antonio, TX (supported by Deep Purple) July 28, 1971 Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX (supported by Deep Purple) July 29, 1971 Sgt. Pepper, Wichita, KA (supported by Deep Purple) July 30, 1971 Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA (supported by Deep Purple & Matthew's Southern Comfort) July 31, 1971 Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, UT (supported by Deep Purple)

August 1, 1971 Community Theater, Berkeley, CA August 4, 1971 Mississippi River Festival, Edwardsville, IL August 5, 1971 Municipal Auditorium, Atlanta, GA (supported by Matthew's Southern Comfort) August 6, 1971 Common, Boston, MA August 7, 1971 National Guard Armory, Washington, DC August 18, 1971 BBC Television Theatre, Shepherd's Bush, London, ENG (BBC TV "Top Of The Pops" performing "Maggie May". Aired on the August 19) August 21 or 22, 1971 Bilzen, BEL (Jazz Festival) August 27, 1971 Mayfair, Newcastle, ENG August 28, 1971 Weeley, Clacton-on-Sea, ENG (Weeley Festival)

September 4, 1971 Stadthalle, Vienna, AUT (The Sensational British Superstar Festival) September 5, 1971 Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, ENG (2 shows 6.15 & 9.00, supported by Ricotti Albuquerque)

September 18, 1971 Kennington Oval Cricket Ground, London, ENG ("Goodbye Summer", concert in aid of famine relief for Bangla Desh. with The Who, Mott The Hoople, Lindisfarne, Quintessence, Atomic Rooster, Eugene Wallace, America, Grease Band , Cochise & (comperes) Ricky Farr & Jeff Dexter)

September 28, 1971 BBC Maida Vale 4, London, ENG (BBC Radio "Top Gear" performing "Stay With Me", "Miss Judy's Farm" & "Maggie May". broadcast: October 6, 1971) September 29, 1971 BBC Television Theatre, Shepherd's Bush, London, ENG (BBC TV "Top Of The Pops" performing "Maggie May", with John Peel miming on mamdolin. Aired on the September 30)

October 3, 1971 Forum, Los Angeles, CA ??? October 8, 1971 Starkers Royal Ballroom, Bournemouth, ENG October 16, 1971 Leeds University Refectory Hall, Leeds, ENG October 20, 1971 BBC Television Theatre, Shepherd's Bush, London, ENG (BBC TV "Top Of The Pops" performing "Maggie May". Aired on the October 21) October 22, 1971 Kinetic Circus, Birmingham, ENG October 25, 1971 Free Trade Hall, Manchester, ENG (supported by Cochise) October 26, 1971 Paris Theatre, London, ENG (BBC TV "Sounds For Saturday" performing "Three Button Hand Me Down", "Maybe I'm Amazed", "Too Much Woman-Street Fighting Man-Too Much Woman", "Miss Judy's Farm", "Love In Vain", "Stay With Me" & "(I Know) I'm Losing You". Aired on the 1st April 1972)

November 5, 1971 Martinihal, Groningen, NED (cancelled) November 6, 1971 Ahoy, Rotterdam, NED (cancelled) November 10, 1971 Fillmore, Sunderland, ENG November 13, 1971 Pavilion, Bath, ENG

November 23, 1971 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO November 24, 1971 Memorial Civic Center, Canton, OH November 26, 1971 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY November 28, 1971 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA November 30, 1971 Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino, CA (supported by Cactus & Bull Angus) December 1, 1971 Center Coliseum, Seattle, WA December 3, 1971 P.N.E. Coliseum, Vancouver, BC (supported by Cactus & Bull Angus) December 4, 1971 Veterans Memorial Auditorium, Des Moines, IA December 5, 1971 Civic Auditorium, Omaha, NB December 8, 1971 Cobo Hall, Detroit, MI (David Ruffin guests on "I'm Losing You") December 9, 1971 Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, ON December 10, 1971 Forum, Montreal, QC December 12, 1971 Civic Center, Baltimore, MD December 14, 1971 College Of William & Mary, Williamsburg, VA December 15, 1971 Charlottesville University, Charlottesville, VA December 16, 1971 Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo, NY (supported by Cactus & Audience) December 17, 1971 International Amphitheater, Chicago, IL

1972

February 6, 1972 Dacorum Pavilion, Hemel Hempstead, ENG February 7, 1972 Top Rank Suite, Brighton, ENG (supported by Nazareth & Byzantium) February 10-12, 1972 Rainbow, London, ENG

February 12, 1972 BBC Radio, Paris Cinema, London, England (BBC "Radio 1 Club" performing "My Fault", broadcast: March 1, 1972)

February 17, 1972 BBC Paris Cinema, London, England (BBC Radio "Peel Sunday Concert" performing "Three Button Hand Me Down", "Miss Judy’s Farm", "Memphis, Tennessee", "Give Me The Moonlight-Too Bad", "Last Orders Please", "Devotion", "That’s All You Need-Country Honk-Gasoline Alley-That’s All You Need", "I’m Losing You", "Stay With Me" & "Had Me A Real Good Time-Underneath The Arches-Every Picture Tells A Story". Broadcast: February 26, 1972)

February 19, 1972 National Stadium, Dublin, IRE (cancelled) February 25, 1972 De Doelen, Rotterdam, NED February 26, 1972 Martinihal, Groningen, NED

March 5, 1972 Fillmore North, Top Rank Suite, Sunderland, ENG

March 10, 1972 Stadthalle, Offenbach, W. GER March 11, 1972 Deutschlandhalle, Berlin, W. GER March 12, 1972 Philipshalle, Düsseldorf, W. GER

April 3, 1972 Los Tubos Beach, Manati, Puerto Rico (Mar Y Sol)

April 21, 1972 Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis, TN April 22, 1972 Clemson University, Little John Coliseum, Clemson, SC April 24, 1972 Kentucky Fair EXPO Center, Freedom Hall, Louisville, KY April 25, 1972 Memorial Coliseum, Auburn, AL April 26, 1972 Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Jacksonville, MO April 28, 1972 Sportatorium, Hollywood, FL April 29, 1972 Memorial Stadium, Charlotte, NC April 30, 1972 Tampa Stadium, Tampa Bay, FL

May 6, 1972 Roundhouse, London, ENG (Camden Festival '72, with Nazareth) May 27, 1972 Tupholme Manor Park, Bardney, ENG (Great Western Express) May 28, 1972 Coliseum, London, ENG (The Faces In Charity. Benefit-gig in aid for the Sir Malcolm Sargent Cancer Fund For Children) May 31, 1972 Free Trade Hall, Manchester, ENG (cancelled) June 2, 1972 Green's Playhouse, Glasgow, SCOT (cancelled) June 5, 1972 Cramley, ENG (festival) June 18, 1972 Free Trade Hall, Manchester, ENG June 25, 1972 Green's Playhouse, Glasgow, SCOT

July 1, 1972 Boston Garden, Boston, MA (supported by Badfinger, Cactus & Circus) July 2, 1972 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supported by Badfinger) July 3, 1972 Rubber Bowl, Akron, OH (supported by Badfinger) July 5, 1972 Crisler Arena, Ann Arbor, MI (supported by Badfinger) July 6, 1972 War Memorial, Syracuse, NY (supported by Badfinger & Rock & Roll Cyrcus) July, 8, 1972 Mount Pocono Raceway, Long Pond, PA (Concert 10) July 9, 1972 Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA (supported by Badfinger) July 10, 1972 Dillon Stadium, Hartford, CT (supported by Badfinger & Captain Beyond)

July 22, 1972 Recreation Ground, Nottingham, ENG (Goose Fair Festival. cancelled) July 28, 1972 Corn Exchange, Starkers Club, Devizes, ENG July 29, 1972 Guildhall, Southampton, ENG July 31, 1972 Trentham Gardens Ballroom, Trentham, ENG (cancelled) August 1, 1972 Sherwood Rooms, Nottingham, ENG August 7, 1972 Trentham Gardens Ballroom, Trentham, ENG August 12, 1972 Thames-side Arena, Reading, ENG (The 11th National Jazz, Blues & Rock Festival) August 16, 1972 London, ENG (UK TV "Top Of The Pops" performing "You Wear It Well", backed by the Faces. Ronnie Lane was missing, so he sent a cardboard cut-out of himself instead. Aired on the 17th August)

August 18, 1972 North Carolina Motor Speedway, Rockingham, NC ("The Peachtree Festival", Cancelled, replaced by Alice Cooper)

August 19, 1972 Cotton Bowl, Dallas, TX August 20, 1972 Braves Stadium, Atlanta, GA (supporting Three Dog Night) August 22, 1972 Cessna Stadium, Wichita, KA (supported by John Kay) August 23, 1972 Denver Coliseum, Denver, CO August 25, 1972 Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA August 26, 1972 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA August 27, 1972 Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood, CA August 29, 1972 Valley Stadium, Las Vegas, NV (supported by Savoy Brown) August 30, 1972 Coliseum, Oakland, CA (supported by Cactus) September 1, 1972 Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR September 2, 1972 Center Coliseum, Seattle, WA September 6, 1972 Cobo Hall, Detroit, MI September 7, 1972 Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, ON September 8, 1972 Civic Center, Baltimore, MD September 11, 1972 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY (supported by Rory Gallagher)

October 21, 1972 Winter Gardens, Weston-Super-Mare, ENG October 29, 1972 Empire Pool, Wembley, ENG (The Wembley Festival Of Music, Benefit-gig in aid of the Star's Organisation For Spastics, supported by New York Dolls & Pink Fairies)

November 15, 1972 London, ENG (UK TV "Top Of The Pops" performing "Angel", backed by the Faces. Ronnie Lane was missing, so he sent a cardboard cut-out of himself instead. Aired on the 16th November) December 4-5, 1972 Fishmongers Arms, Wood Green, London, ENG (Tour rehearsals) Faces UK Tour December 1972 (supported by Vigrass & Osborne with Stumble) December 7, 1972 Caird Hall, Dundee, SCOT December 8, 1972 City Hall, Newcastle, ENG December 9, 1972 Rainbow, London, ENG (2 shows. Charity performance of 'Tommy') December 10, 1972 Opera House, Blackpool, ENG December 12, 1972 Liverpool Stadium, Liverpool, ENG December 14, 1972 Town Hall, Leeds, ENG December 16, 1972 Brixton Sundown, London, ENG December 17-18, 1972 Edmonton Sundown, London, ENG December 21, 1972 London, ENG (UK TV "Top Of The Pops" performing "You Wear It Well", backed by the Faces. Aired on the 25th December) December 22, 1972 City Hall, Sheffield, ENG December 23, 1972 Free Trade Hall, Manchester, ENG

1973

February 7, 1973 BBC Studios, London, ENG (UK TV "Top Of The Pops" performing "Cindy Incidentally". Aired on the 8th February)

February 8, 1973 Paris Cinema, London, ENG (UK radio "In Concert" performing "Silicone Grown", "Cindy Incidentally", "Angel", "Memphis, Tennesse", "True Blue", "I'd Rather Go Blind", "You're My Girl", "Twistin' The Night Away", "It's All Over Now", "Miss Judy's Farm", "Maybe I'm Amazed", "Three Button Hand Me Down" & "I’m Losing You". The show was not broadcast, due to The Faces sounding too drunk)

February 12, 1973 London, ENG (UK Radio "Radio 1 Club" performing "Cindy Incidentally", "Borstal Boys", "My Fault" & more. Broadcast on 1st March)

February 24, 1973 LWT Studios, London, ENG (UK TV "Russell Harty Plus" performing "Cindy Incidentally")

March 10, 1973 Sporthal De Vliegermolen, Voorburg, NED (Pop Gala '73. On March 9th & 10th 1973, fans could see The Who (a last minute replacement for Roxy Music), The Faces, The Eagles, Ry Cooder, Colin Blunstone, Argent, Chi Coltrane, Country Gazette and Slade perform. The arena was set up with two stages on either side, so as one act performed, crews could break down and set up for the next act. Roxy Music, Ringo Starr and Stevie Wonder were also invited to perform but couldn't make it)

April 1, 1973 BBC Paris Cinema, London, ENG (UK Radio "In Concert" performing "Silicone Grown", "Cindy Incidentally", "Memphis, Tennesse", "If I'm On The Late Side", "My Fault", "The Stealer", "Borstal Boys", "Angel", "Stay With Me", "You're My Girl (I Don't Want To Discuss It)", "True Blue", "Twistin' The Night Away", "Miss Judy's Farm", "Jealous Guy" & "Too Bad". Broadcast on 21st April)

April 5, 1973 Odeon, Leicester, ENG April 8, 1973 Hippodrome, Bristol, ENG April 9, 1973 New Theatre, Oxford, ENG April 10, 1973 Gaumont, Worcester, ENG April 13, 1973 Locarno Ballroom, Sunderland, ENG

April 23, 1973 Auditorium, Minneapolis, MN April 24, 1973 St. Paul, IN April 26, 1973 McGraw Memorial Hall, Evanston, IL April 27, 1973 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO (probably 24th) April 28, 1973 Wexner Mershon Auditorium, Columbus, OH April 30, 1973 Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI

May ?, 1973 Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, UT May 2, 1973 Boston Garden, Boston, MA May 3, 1973 Civic Center, Providence, RI May 5, 1973 Rhodes Coliseum, Hampton, VA May 7, 1973 Civic Center, Springfield, MA May 9, 1973 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supported by Doobie Brothers) May 10, 1973 Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY May 12, 1973 Civic Center Auditorium, Roanoke, VA May 13, 1973 Indiana State Fairgrounds Coliseum, Indianapolis, IN

June 1, 3-4 & 6, 1973 Edmonton Sundown, London, ENG (The show on the 6th was the last Faces-gig with Ronnie Lane on bass)

June 8, 1973 Niedersachsenhalle, Hannover, GER

Faces Line-Up: July 1973 - December 18, 1975

  • Rod Stewart - vocals
  • Ron Wood - guitar
  • Ian McLagan - keyboards
  • Tetsu Yamauchi - bass
  • Kenny Jones - drums

July 16, 1973 Palassport, Turin, ITY July 17, 1973 Palassport, Bologna, ITY July 18, 1973 Palassport, Rome, ITY

July 21, 1973 Radstadion, Frankfurt, W. GER (2. Sommer Rock Festival. Introduced by Keith Moon who also played tamborine on "Borstal Boys")

July 29, 1973 Hardrock Concert Theatre, Manchester, ENG (Partly with Willy Wilson, substituting for Kenney Jones on drums)

August 11, 1973 Southend, England, Kursaal Ballroom August 17, 1973 Top Rank, Doncaster, ENG August 18, 1973 Hard Rock, Manchester, ENG August 25, 1973 Thames-side Arena, Reading, ENG (The 12th National Jazz, Blues & Rock Festival)

September 14, 1973 Atlanta, GA ??? September 15, 1973 Bayfront Center, St. Petersburg, FL (supported by Rory Gallagher) September 17, 1973 Memorial Coliseum, Tuscaloosa, AL (supported by Rory Gallagher) September 19, 1973 Duke University, Durham, NC (supported by Rory Gallagher) September 20, 1973 Richmond Coliseum, Richmond, VA (supported by Rory Gallagher) September 22, 1973 Roberts Stadium, Evansville, IN (supported by Rory Gallagher) September 23, 1973 University Of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN September 25, 1973 State University Assembly Center, Baton Rouge, LA September 27, 1973 Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX (supported by Rory Gallagher) September 28, 1973 Convention Center Arena, San Antonio, TX (supported by Rory Gallagher) September 29, 1973 Moody Coliseum, Dallas, TX (supported by Rory Gallagher)

October 1, 1973 County Coliseum, El Paso, TX (supported by Rory Gallagher) October 2, 1973 Johnson's Gym, New Mexico University, Albuquerque, NM (supported by Rory Gallagher) October 3, 1973 Denver Coliseum, Denver, CO (supported by Rory Gallagher) October 5, 1973 Convention Center, Tucson, AZ (supported by Rory Gallagher) October 6, 1973 Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Phoenix, AZ (supported by Rory Gallagher) October 9, 1973 Cow Palace, San Francisco, CA (supported by Rory Gallagher) October 10, 1973 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA (supported by Rory Gallagher) October 11, 1973 Selland Arena, Fresno, CA (supported by Rory Gallagher) October 13, 1973 U.C.S.B. Campus Stadium, Santa Barbara, CA (supported by Rory Gallagher) October 14, 1973 Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA (supported by Rory Gallagher) October 16-17, 1973 Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, CA (supported by Rory Gallagher) October 18, 1973 Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood, CA (supported by Rory Gallagher)

November 29, 1973 East Ham Granada, London, ENG November 30, 1973 Kilburn Gaumont State Theatre, London, ENG

December 2, 1973 Hippodrome, Bristol, ENG December 3, 1973 Odeon, Worcester, ENG December 7, 1973 Odeon, Birmingham, ENG December 8, 1973 Queens Hall, Leeds, ENG (supported by John Baldry) December 9, 1973 Empire, Liverpool, ENG December 11, 1973 Free Trade Hall, Manchester, ENG December 12, 1973 Opera House, Blackpool, ENG December 15-16, 1973 Apollo, Glasgow, SCOT December 17, 1973 Odeon, Newcastle, ENG December 18, 1973 BBC, London, ENG (UK TV "Top Of The Pops" performing "Pool Hall Richard". Aired on the 20th December) December 19, 1973 Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, ENG December 20, 1973 Granada, Sutton, ENG December 23, 1973 New Theatre, Oxford, ENG December 24, 1973 Edmonton Sundown, London, ENG

1974

January 27, 1974 Western Springs Stadium, Auckland, NZ January 31, 1974 Milton Tennis Courts, Brisbane, AUS (cancelled) February 1, 1974 Randwick Racecourse, Sydney, AUS February 3, 1974 South Melbourne Football Ground, Melbourne, AUS February 5, 1974 Memorial Park Drive, Adelaide, AUS February 8, 1974 Festival Hall, Melbourne, AUS February 9, 1974 Hordern Pavilion, Sydney, AUS February 12, 1974 Football Club Stadion, Hong Kong, HK February 15, 1974 Kouseinenkin-hall, Osaka, JPN February 19-20, 1974 Budokan, Tokyo, JPN

July 6, 1974 Booth Farm, Buxton, ENG (Buxton Festival, with Humble Pie, New York Dolls, Chapman/Whitney, Streetwalkers, Trapeze, Badger, Greenslade, Chopper, Strider, National Flag & DJ Bob Harris)

July 13-14, 1974 Kilburn Gaumont State Theatre, London, ENG (solo gig by Ron Wood & Band. His band includes Keith Richards (gtr, voc, p), Ian McLagan (p, org, bvoc), Willie Weeks (bass), Andy Newmark (dr) & Rod Stewart (voc, tamb). Rod shares lead vocals on "If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody", "Mystifies Me" & "Take A Look At The Guy")

July 25, 1974 Autodromo di Santamonica, Rimini, ITY (Cancelled. Santa Monica Rock Festival)

August 17, 1974 Bilzen, BEL (Jazz Bilzen)

September 7, 1974 Paris, FRA September 10, 1974 Zurich, SUI September 11, 1974 Geneva, SUI September 13, 1974 Palais Des Sports, Paris, FRA (Festival Of Cambrai) September 21, 1974 Eulachhalle, Winterthur, SUI (cancelled) September 22, 1974 Radstadion Friesenheim, Ludwigshafen, W. GER September 24, 1974 Donauhalle, Ulm, W. GER September 25, 1974 ATSV-Sporthalle, Saarbrucken, W. GER September 28, 1974 Musikhalle, Hamburg, W. GER September 29, 1974 Niedersachsenhalle, Hannover, W. GER October 1, 1974 Rheintalhalle, Waghäusel-Kirrlach, W. GER (Venue changed at short notice from Stadthalle, Karlsruhe) October 2, 1974 Stadthalle, Offenbach, W. GER October 4, 1974 Kongress-Saal im Deutschen Museum, Munich, W. GER October 6, 1974 Messehalle, Nuremberg, W. GER October 12, 1974 De Doelen Concert Hal, Rotterdam, NED October 13, 1974 Martinihal, Groningen, NED October 18, 1974 Tivoli's Koncertsal, Copenhagen, DEN October 19, 1974 Vejlby-Risskov-Hallen, Aarhus, DEN October 23, 1974 Konserthuset, Stockholm, SWE October 24, 1974 Olympen, Lund, SWE

Faces UK Tour 1974 (supported by Strider)

November 15-17, 1974 Lewisham Odeon, London, ENG (Paul & Linda McCartney guest on "Mine For Me" on the 18th) November 23-24, 1974 Belle Vue, Manchester, ENG November 26-27, 1974 Odeon, Newcastle, ENG November 29-30, 1974 Odeon, Birmingham, ENG

December 1, 1974 Trentham Gardens, Stoke-on-Trent, ENG December 3-4, 1974 Odeon, Taunton, ENG December 6, 1974 Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, ENG December 7-8, 1974 New Theatre, Oxford, ENG December 10-11, 1974 Opera House, Blackpool, ENG December 13, 1974 Odeon, Edinburgh, SCOT December 14 & 16-18, 1974 Apollo, Glasgow, SCOT

December 21-23, 1974 Kilburn State Gaumont Theatre, London, ENG (Elton John guest on 21st, Gary Glitter guests on 22nd & Keith Richards guests on 23rd) December 24, 1974 Hammersmith Odeon, London, ENG

1975

February 11, 1975 War Memorial Auditorium, Rochester, NY February 12, 1975 Wings Stadium, Kalamazoo, MI February 14, 1975 Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI (supported by Man) February 15, 1975 Capital Centre, Largo, MD February 16, 1975 Civic Center, Philadelphia, PA February 18, 1975 International Amphitheater, Chicago, IL February 20, 1975 Convention Center, Indianapolis, IN February 21, 1975 Civic Center, Charleston, VA February 22, 1975 Cincinnati Gardens, Cincinnati, OH February 24, 1975 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY February 25, 1975 Civic Center, Providence, RI February 26, 1975 Veterans Memorial Coliseum, New Haven, CT

March 2, 1975 Cow Palace, San Francisco, CA (supported by Foghat) March 3 & 5, 1975 Forum, Los Angeles, CA March 6, 1975 Convention Center, Oakland, CA March 7, 1975 Swing Auditorium, San Bernadino, CA (supported by Foghat) March 9, 1975 Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Phoenix, AZ March 12, 1975 Edmundson Pavilion, Seattle, WA (supported by Foghat) March 13, 1975 PNE Coliseum, Vancouver, BC

August 15, 1975 West Palm Beach, FL (unconfirmed) August 16, 1975 Tampa, FL (unconfirmed) August 17, 1975 Atlanta, GA (unconfirmed) August 19, 1975 Civic Center, Ashville, NC August 20, 1975 The Scope, Norfolk, VA August 22, 1975 Roosevelt Stadium, Jersey City, NJ August 23, 1975 Cleveland Stadium, Cleveland, OH August 24, 1975 Meskar Music Park, Evansville, IN August 26, 1975 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO August 27, 1975 Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis, TN August 28, 1975 Myriad Convention Center, Oklahoma City, OK

August 30, 1975 Anaheim Stadium, Anaheim, CA (Sunshine Festival. With Tower Of Power on horns, supported by Loggins & Messina & Fleetwood Mac)

August 31, 1975 Balboa Stadium, San Diego, CA

September 1, 1975 Madera Speedway, Fresno, CA (supported by Black Sabbath, Lynyrd Skynyrd & Fleetwood Mac) September 6, 1975 Spartan Stadium, San Jose, CA (With Tower Of Power on horns) September 7, 1975 Hughes Stadium, Sacramento, CA (Sunshine Festival. With Tower Of Power on horns) September 9-10, 1975 Honolulu International Center, Honolulu, HI September 12, 1975 McNichols Sports Arena, Denver, CO September 13, 1975 University of New Mexico Johnson's Gym, Albuquerque, NM September 14, 1975 University Of Arizona, Arizona Stadium, Tucson, AZ September 19, 1975 Convention Center Arena, San Antonio, TX (supported by Blue Oyster Cult) September 20, 1975 Hofheinz Pavilion, Houston, TX September 21, 1975 Tarrant County Convention Center Arena, Fort Worth, TX September 23, 1975 Municipal Auditorium, New Orleans, LA September 24, 1975 Mobile, Atlanta, GA September 26, 1975 Municipal Auditorium, Nashville, TN September 27, 1975 Charlotte Coliseum, Charlotte, NC September 28, 1975 University Of South Carolina Coliseum, Columbia, SC September 30, 1975 State Fairgrounds Coliseum, Columbus, OH

October 1, 1975 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA October 3, 1975 University Of Indiana, Assembly Hall, Bloomington, IN October 4, 1975 University Of Notre Dame, Athletic & Convocation Center, South Bend, IN October 5, 1975 University Of Dayton Arena, Dayton, OH October 7, 1975 Sports Arena, Toledo, OH October 9, 1975 Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA October 10, 1975 Boston Garden, Boston, MA (postponed to 13th) October 11, 1975 University Of Maryland, Cole Field House, College Park, MD October 12, 1975 Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY October 13, 1975 Boston Garden, Boston, MA (re-scheduled from 10th) October 15, 1975 Civic Center, Lakeland, FL (postponed to 16th, due to Rod having laryngitis, supported by Jeff Beck & Aerosmith) October 16, 1975 Civic Center, Lakeland, FL (re-scheduled from 15th) October 18, 1975 Gulf Stream Race Track, Hallandale, FL October 19, 1975 Omni, Atlanta, GA October 21-22, 1975 Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI (With Tower Of Power on horns on 21st. Bobby Womack guests on "Big Bayou" & "Bring It On Home To Me-You Send Me") October 24, 1975 Forum, Montreal, QC October 25, 1975 Civic Centre, Ottawa, ON (supported by Sha Na Na) October 27, 1975 Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, ON October 28, 1975 Memorial Auditorium, Utica, NY October 30, 1975 Kolf Sports Arena, Oshkosh, WI October 31, 1975 Chicago Stadium, Chicago, IL

November 1, 1975 Labor Temple, Minneapolis, MN (final concert)

December 1975 Rod Stewart quits the Faces after 6 years.

1976

November 1, 1976 Trondheim, NOR November 3, 1976 Bergen, NOR November 5, 1976 Oslo, NOR November 6, 1976 Gothenburg, SWE November 8, 1976 Abo, SWE November 9, 1976 Helsinki, FIN November 11, 1976 Forest National, Brussels, BEL November 13, 1976 Stockholm, SWE November 14, 1976 Stockholm, SWE November 16, 1976 Copenhagen, DEN November 17, 1976 Copenhagen, DEN November 18, 1976 Aarhus, DEN November 20, 1976 Amstedam, NED November 26, 1976 Manchester, ENG November 28, 1976 Manchester, ENG November 30, 1976 Birmingham, ENG December 1, 1976 Birmingham, ENG December 2, 1976 Birmingham, ENG December 4-5, 1976 Leicester, ENG December 7-8, 1976 Southampton, ENG December 11-12, 1976 Cardiff, WAL December 14-15 & 17-18, 1976 Newcastle, ENG December 21-24, 1976 Olympia, London, ENG December 30-31, 1976 Glasgow, SCOT

1977

Rod Stewart Foot Loose & Fancy Free Tour 1977

  • Rod Stewart - vocals
  • Gary Grainger - guitars and vocals
  • Jim Cregan - guitars and vocals
  • Billy Peek - guitars and vocals
  • Phil Chen - guitars and vocals
  • Carmine Appice - drums
  • John Jarvis - piano

October 1, 1977 Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, BC October 3, 1977 Seattle Center Coliseum, Seattle, WA October 4, 1977 Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR October 6, 1977 Stampede Corral, Calgary, AB October 10, 1977 Forum de Montréal, Montréal, QC October 11, 1977 Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, ON October 14, 1977 New Haven Coliseum, New Haven, CT October 15, 1977 Capital Centre, Landover, MD October 17, 1977 Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo, NY October 19, 1977 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA October 20-21, 1977 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY (supported by Air Supply) October 23-24, 1977 Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY October 25, 1977 Civic Center, Providence, RI October 27, 1977 Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA (supported by Air Supply) October 29, 1977 Rupp Arena, Louisville, KY October 30, 1977 Market Square Arena, Indianapolis, IN October 31, 1977 Chicago Stadium, Chicago, IL

November 2, 1977 Civic Center, St. Paul, MN November 3, 1977 Richfield Coliseum, Richfield, OH November 5-6, 1977 Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI November 8, 1977 Riverfront Coliseum, Cincinnati, OH November 9, 1977 Civic Center, Roanoke, VA November 10, 1977 Charlotte Coliseum, Charlotte, NC November 18, 1977 Birmingham–Jefferson Convention Complex, Birmingham, AL November 20, 1977 Omni, Atlanta, GA November 21, 1977 Memorial Coliseum, Jacksonville, FL November 23, 1977 Sportatorium, Hollywood, FL November 25, 1977 LSU Assembly Center, Baton Rouge, LA November 26, 1977 Summit, Houston, TX November 27, 1977 Tarrant County Convention Center, Fort Worth, TX November 29, 1977 Kemper Arena, Kansas City, MO November 30, 1977 The Myriad, Oklahoma City, OK

December 2, 1977 Freeman Coliseum, San Antonio, TX December 4, 1977 McNichols Arena, Denver, CO December 7, 1977 ASU Activity Center, Tempe, AZ December 8, 1977 Convention Center, Tucson, AZ December 10, 1977 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA December 12-14, 1977 Forum, Inglewood, CA December 18, 1977 Selland Arena, Fresno, CA December 19-20, 1977 Cow Palace, Daly City, CA

1978

Rod Stewart Blondes 'Ave More Fun Tour 1978/1979

  • Rod Stewart – vocals
  • Gary Grainger – guitars
  • Billy Peek – guitars and vocals
  • Jim Cregan – guitars and vocals
  • Phil Chen – bass and vocals
  • Carmine Appice – drums
  • Kevin Savigar – keyboards
  • Phil Kenzie – horns

November 20, 1978 Pavillon de Paris, Paris, FRA November 21, 1978 Forest National, Brussels, BEL November 22, 1978 Ahoy, Rotterdam, NED November 24, 1978 Johanneshovs Isstadion, Stockholm, SWE November 25, 1978 Scandinavium, Gothenburg, SWE November 27, 1978 Ekeberghallen, Oslo, NOR November 28, 1978 Falkoner Teatret, Copenhagen, DEN

December 2-3 & 5-6, 1978 Bellevue, Manchester, ENG December 8-9, 1978 Granby Halls, Leicester, ENG December 11-13, 1978 Brighton Centre, Brighton, ENG December 16-17, 1978 National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, ENG December 21-23 & 28-30, 1978 Olympia Grand Hall, London, ENG

1979

January 31-February 2, 1979 Perth Entertainment Centre, Perth, AUS February 5, 1979 Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, AUS (supported by Cold Chisel) February 9, 1979 VFL Park, Melbourne, AUS February 12-13, 1979 Sydney Showgrounds, Sydney, AUS February 16-18, 1979 Festival Hall, Brisbane, AUS February 22, 1979 Western Springs Stadium, Auckland, NZ February 25, 1979 Athletic Park, Wellington, NZ February 27, 1979 Lancaster Park, Christchurch, NZ

March 6-7, 1979 Nippon Budokan, Tokyo, JPN March 8, 1979 Kokusai Center, Fukuoka, JPN March 10, 1979 Nagoya Civic Assembly Hall, Nagoya, JPN March 11-12, 1979 Festival Hall, Osaka, JPN March 14-15, 1979 Nippon Budokan, Tokyo, JPN March 18-20, 1979 Honolulu International Center, Honolulu, HI

April 12, 1979 Northlands Coliseum, Edmonton, AB April 14-15, 1979 Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, BC April 17, 1979 McNichols Arena, Denver, CO April 19, 1979 HemisFair Arena, San Antonio, TX April 21-22, 1979 Summit, Houston, TX April 24, 1979 BJCC Arena, Birmingham, AL April 25, 1979 Omni, Atlanta, GA April 27, 1979 Freedom Hall, Louisville, KY April 28, 1979 Market Square Arena, Indianapolis, IN April 29, 1979 Riverfront Coliseum, Cincinnati, OH

May 1-2, 1979 Uptown Theatre, Chicago, IL May 3 & 5, 1979 Richfield Coliseum, Richfield, OH May 6-7, 1979 Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, ON May 9, 1979 Forum de Montréal, Montréal, QC May 11-13, 1979 Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI May 29, 1979 Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA May 30, 1979 Capital Centre, Landover, MD

June 1, 1979 Civic Center, Providence, RI June 2, 1979 Boston Garden, Boston, MA June 4, 1979 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA June 5 & 7-9, 1979 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY June 11, 1979 Kemper Arena, Kansas City, MO June 15 & 17, 1979 Cow Palace, Daly City, CA June 19, 1979 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA June 21-22, 24-26 & 28, 1979 Forum, Los Angeles, CA