Jan 19                   Yale University.  Woolsey Hall New Haven, CT.
Jan 21                   Philharmonic Hall. New York City, NY. Leo Kottke supports.

(Mark Chapman)

Jan 24                   Le Grande Theatre. Quebec City, Canada.   Riversong supports? 
Jan 25                   Place Des Arts. Montreal, Canada.   Riversong supports?


Jan 26                   Convocation Hall. Toronto, Canada.  Riversong supports?


Jan 27                   Century Theatre. Buffalo, NY. King Bisquit Flower Hour radio program probably taped at this show.


Jan 28                   Albany State College. Albany, NY. The Albany Symphony opens.


Feb 2                     Bloomsburg State College. Bloomsburg, PA. Aerosmith supports
Feb 9                     Dartmouth College. Hopkins Center Hanover, NH. 2 shows
Feb 10                   Trinity College. Ferris Athletic Center Hartford, CT. Aerosmith supports


Feb 11                    University of Connecticut at Storrs, CT. Leo Kottke supports


Feb 14                   Ford Auditorium. Detroit, MI. Jo Jo Gunne and Aerosmith open. (Nice spelling on poster ;-)

(Ted McCallion)

Feb 15                   University of Toledo. Toledo, OH.

 
Feb 16                   Kenyon College. Gambier, OH.  
Feb 17                   Case Western Reserve University. Adelbert Gym Cleveland, OH. Aerosmith bumped - equipment was late


Feb 18                  Kinetic Playground. Chicago, IL. Aerosmith Opens
Feb 20                  NEC Convention. Cincinnati, OH. Showcase 20 minute set for concert bookers
Feb 21 or 22        Bananafish Garden.  New York, NY.  (Most likely date of the ABC "In Concert" filming)
Feb 23                  Bailey Hall. Cornell University. Ithaca, NY

  
Feb 24                  Franklin Pierce College. Rindge, NH.
Feb 25                  Southeastern Massachusetts University.  North Dartmouth, MA.   James Cotton supports? 
Feb 27                  CW Post College.   Greenvale, NY. Mark Almond supports.
Mar 3                    A. A. Henninger Athletic Center. LeMoyne College. Syracuse, NY. Supported by Tarika Blue.
Mar 9                    Franklin and Marshall University. Mazer Center Lancaster, PA.


Mar 10                  Constitution Hall. Washington, D.C.  
Mar 11                  Orpheum Theatre. Boston, MA. 2 shows. Rick Roberts opens.
Mar 15                  Bananafish Gardens.   New York, NY.   ABC "In Concert" filmed?   (Most likely Feb 21 or 22, 1973)
Mar 16                  Felt Forum. New York City.  Gentle Giant Supports. Jerry’s Birthday. James Taylor brings cake on stage.


Mar 17                  SUNY at New Paltz. New Paltz, NY. Larry Coryell supports. 2 shows.
Mar 18                  Tyrone Guthrie Theater. Minneapolis, MN. Capitol Quartet from the St Paul Chamber Orchestra opens.
Mar 19                  University of Wisconsin. Stock Pavillion Madison, WI. Mr. Brown supports.

 (Mark Chapman)

Mar 20                  Albee Hall. University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh. Oshkosh, WI.
                             Sick Man of Europe support (Early version of Cheap trick)



Mar 21                  Beloit College. Beloit, Wisconsin. Sick Man of Europe supports (Early version of Cheap Trick!)
Mar 23-24             Winterland. San Francisco, CA. Captain Beefheart and Tranquility support.
Mar 25                  Paramount Theater. Portland, OR. Taj Mahal supports. (Back-up singers are The Pointer Sisters).


Mar 26                  Paramount Theater. Seattle, WA. Taj Mahal supports. (The Pointer Sisters) (TeleRock Video)
Mar 27                  Civic Auditorium. Santa Monica, CA. The Section supports. (Sklar, Kunkel, Kortchmar, Doerge)
Mar 28                  Granada Theatre. Santa Barbara, CA. Robbie Basho opens. ?

(Mark Chapman)

Mar 30                  Celebrity Theatre. Phoenix, AZ. Theater used a revolving stage that caused havoc to the MO’s sound


(Mark Chapman)


Mar 31                  Palo Verde High School. Tucson, AZ.

  
Apr 2-3                 Ebbets Field. Denver, CO. Supported by John Martyn. Radio broadcast. (KFML)
Apr 5-6                 Amardillo World Headquarters. Austin, TX


Apr 7                    Majestic Theater. Dallas, TX.  Tufano & Giammarese open. Former members of The Buckinghams.


Apr 8                    ABC Theatre. AKA Santa Rosa Theatre. Houston, TX  
Apr 13                  Morris A. Mechanic Theatre. Baltimore, MD  
Apr 14                  Woods-Brown Amphitheatre, American University Washington D.C.  BloodStone supports.


Apr 15                  Veterans Memorial Auditorium. Columbus, OH.

(Mark Chapman)

Apr 16                  East Lansing, MI.  
Apr 18                  Milwaukee, WI.  
Apr 20                  Hampton Coliseum .Hampton Roads, VA. John Hammond supports.


Apr 21                  Charlotte Memorial Stadium. Charlotte, NC. 
Allman Bros, Brownsville Station, Wet Willie, more.
Apr 26                  Thiel College. Greenville, PA  
Apr 27                  The Capitol. Passaic, NJ. John Hammond supports? Poster says Steele Eye Span to open.


Apr 28                  The Spectrum. Philadelphia, PA. Shared bill with Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention
Apr 29                  Ahmanson Theatre. Los Angeles, CA.  Louden Wainwright III and Anthony Newman open.

(Ted McCallion)

May 1                   Kent State. University Kent, OH. Shared bill with Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention.

(Ted McCallion)

May 2                   The Coliseum. Indianapolis, IN. Shared bill with Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention.

(Ted McCallion)

May 4                   Maple Leaf Gardens. Toronto, Canada. co-bill w/ Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention. ?
May 5                   War Memorial Auditorium. Rochester, NY. Shared bill with Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention.


May 6                   Hunterdon Central High School.   Flemington, New Jersey.
May 8                   The Music Hall. Boston, MA. Shared bill with Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention.
May 9                   Morris A. Mechanic Theatre. Baltimore, MD. Urchperch supports.
May 11                 Milwaukee Arena. Milwaukee, WI.  w/ Zappa and Mothers, Townes Van Zandt or John Hammond open.


May 12                 Cobo Arena. Detroit, MI. Shared bill with Frank Zappa and the Mothers. John Hammond opens.


May 13                 University of Cincinnati. Cincinnati, OH. co-bill with Frank Zappa and the Mothers . Sandy Nassan opens.
May 14                 Princeton University. Supported by Deadly Nightshade?
May 17                 Palace Theatre. Albany, NY. John Urbantrow supports (Zappa and Mothers?)
May 18                 Nassau Coliseum. Uniondale, Long Island, NY. w/ Frank Zappa and the Mothers. Leo Kottke opens.
May 19                 Palace Theatre. Waterbury, CT. Leo Kottke supports
May 20                 Providence Civic Center. Providence, RI. 
w/ Frank Zappa and the Mothers.
May 25                 Lowell State College. Lowell, MA. Merkwood opens?


Jun 2                   Concertgebouw. Amsterdam, Holland. This was a midnight concert
Jun 3                   Rheinhalle. Dusseldorf, Germany  
Jun 5                   Musikhalle. Hamburg, Germany  
Jun 6                   Philharmonie. Berlin, Germany  
Jun 7                   Kongresshalle. Stuttgart-Boeblingen, Germany  
Jun 8                   Kongresshalle. Frankfurt, Germany  
Jun 9                   Circus Krone Bau. Munich, Germany.
Jun 11-12            Kongresshaus. Zurich, Switzerland


Jun 13                 Olympia Bruno Coquatrix. Paris, France.  
Jun 14                 French Television Studio. Paris, France. ?
Jun 17                 Free Trade Hall. Manchester, England  
Jun 18                 Kelvin Hall. Glasgow, Scotland.


Jun 19                 City Hall. Newcastle,England.

 (Mark Chapman)

Jun 20                 Town Hall. Birmingham, England. 

(Ted McCallion)

Jun 21                 Colston Hall. Bristol, England  
Jun 30                 Rainbow Theatre. London, England.   Support by  Jaki Whitren.

   (Gary May)
 
Jul 13                  Montreal Forum. Montreal, Canada. Section supports.


Jul 14                  Civic Center. Ottawa, Canada. Section supports ?


Jul 15                  Pavillion de la Jeunesse. Quebec City, Canada. Section supports?
Jul 21                  Lenox Arts Festival. Lenox, MA. Rex Bogue double-neck played first time in concert. The Section opens.

(Mark Chapman)

Jul 23                  Schaefer Stadium. Foxboro, MA. Supporting J. Geils Band.


Jul 27                  Sportsdrome. Jeffersonville, IN. MO and Frampton's Camel open for J. Geils.


Jul 28                  Alpine Arena. Pittsburgh, PA
Jul 29                  Staples High School. Westport, CT. Taj Mahal opens. 2 shows. (Special note on this show. We have very reputable people claiming this show was on July 29, 1972. We also have very reputable people claiming the show was on July 29, 1973.  We are looking for absolute evidence. Could the same bill have played both years on the same dates?)

(Edward Jennings)

Aug 1                  Johnson Gymnasium. University of New Mexico   Albuquerque, New Mexico  ? 
Aug 3                  Ellis Auditorium. Memphis, TN. The Marshall Tucker Band supports.

(Ted McCallion)

Aug 4                  War Memorial Auditorium. Nashville, TN (Marshall Tucker Band opens?)  
Aug 10                Wendler Arena. Saginaw, MI. Support by The Section?
Aug 11                Civic Auditorium. Grand Rapids, MI.  Support by The Section.
Aug 12                Morris Civic Auditorium. South Bend , IN.   Support by The Section.
Aug 13                Memorial Auditorium. Kansas City, MO.   Support by The Section.
Aug 14                Southern Illinois. University Edwardsville, IL.

(Mark Chapman)

Aug 15                Ohio State University. Mershon Auditorium. Columbus, OH. Danny Windgran opens.

 
Aug 17-18           Schaefer Music Festival. Central Park. NY, NY. Records Between Nothingness & Eternity
                             Aug 17 opener?  Aug 18  Wet Willie opens.



Aug 25                Columbia, MD.  Merriweather Post Pavillion. (Thanks to Chris Dixon.)


Sep 19                 Shibuya Kokaido. Tokyo, Japan. 
Sep 20-21            Kosei Nenkin. Kaikan Dai Hall. Osaka, Japan.

(Ted McCallion)

Sep 22                 Shimin Kaikan Dai Hall. Nagoya, Japan.  
Sep 24                 Kaikan Daiichi Hall. Kyoto, Japan.  
Sep 26                 Yubin Chokin Hall. Hiroshima, Japan.  
Sep 28                 Budokan Dai Hall .Tokyo, Japan.  
Oct 7                    Queens College. Flushing, NY.  
Oct 10                  University of North Carolina. Carmichael Gym. Chapel Hill, NC  
Oct 11                  Wake Forest University Winston-Salem, NC. Mark-Almond supports
Oct 12                  Spectrum Theatre. Philadelphia, PA. Paul Butterfield and Better Days open.


Oct 19                  The Music Hall. Boston, MA  


Oct 20                  The Capitol. Passaic, NJ. Mark-Almond Band opens.  
Oct 25                  Bowdoin College. Brunswick,ME. Duke and the Drivers support
Oct 26                  Student Union Ballroom. University of Massachusetts.  Amherst, MA.


Oct 27                 Alumni Hall. Providence College. Providence, Rhode Island. (Did the show happen?)                   


Oct 28                  Yale University. New Haven, CT.  
Oct 30                  Auditorium Theater. Chicago, IL. James Montgomery Blues Band supports
Nov 1                   State College. St. Cloud, MN.   Hallenbeck Hall. T.S. Henry Webb supports – (Tom Webb of The Flock)
Nov 2                   Orpheum. Minneapolis, MN. T.S. Henry Webb supports. 2 shows
Nov 4                   University of Colorado at Boulder. Makey Auditorium Boulder, CO. 2 shows
Nov 7                   Palace Theatre. New York, NY. Don Kirshner’s Rock Concert taping
Nov  9                  Celebrity Theatre. Phoenix, AZ  
Nov 10                 UCSD Gym. University of California at San Diego. San Diego, CA. Section supports? 2 shows.

 
Nov 11                 Long Beach Arena. Long Beach, CA. Section supports


Nov 12-13           The Roxy. Los Angeles, CA Thousands turned away from Roxy nightclub.
Nov 15                Del Mar Theatre. Santa Cruz, CA.
 
 (Ted McCallion)

Nov 16                Community Theater. Berkeley, CA 2 Shows (The Section opens)


Nov 17                Paramount NW Theater. Seattle, WA

  
Nov 18                Paramount Theater. Portland, OR.  


Nov 21                Municipal Auditorium. Atlanta, GA. Papa John Creach and Argent support
Nov 22                Bayfront Center. St. Petersburg, FL. Papa John Creach and Argent support. Food Fight!

(Mark Chapman)

Nov 23                Seminole Turf Club. Casselberry, FL. Papa John Creach and Argent support
Nov 24                Jai Lai Fronton. Miami, FL


Nov 28                Hofstra University. Hempstead, NY. Raun McKinnon supports
Nov 29                Cornell University.  Barton Hall. Ithaca, NY. Weather Report supports!


Nov 30                Princeton University. Princeton, NJ. Chick Corea and Return to Forever supports!


Dec 1                  State University of New York at Oneonta. Oneonta, NY. (Cancelled by band due to gas crisis!).  
Dec 2                  Constitution Hall. Washington, D. C. 2 shows
Dec 8                  Fairfield University. Fairfield, CT. Papa John Creach supports. Host Don Imus. Geraldo Rivera appears.
Dec 9                  Columbia Music Hall. West Hartford, CT
Dec 14                Providence, RI  ?  
Dec 26                R & R Festival. Hollywood, FL  
Dec27-28            Philharmonic (Now David Geffen Hall). New York City, NY.

(Mark Chapman)

   (Ted McCallion)

Dec 29                Toledo Sports Arena. Toledo, OH

  
Dec 30                Masonic Temple Auditorium. Detroit, MI. The last concert given by the greatest band that ever was.