Jan 22  -  Union College Chapel. Union College. Schenectady, NY.
Jan 23  -  Villanova University. Philadelphia, PA. Opens for Jerry Garcia and Howard Wales. (Hooteroll?)

Jan 26  -  Symphony Hall. Boston, MA. Opens for Jerry Garcia and Howard Wales.

Jan 28  -  Loew's State Theatre. Providence, RI.
Opens for Jerry Garcia and Howard Wales. (Hooteroll?)

Jan 29  -  Century Theatre, U of B. Buffalo, NY. Opens for Jerry Garcia and Howard Wales. (Hooteroll?)

Feb 3-6  -  My Father's Place.   Roslyn, NY.

Feb 12  -  Neely Hall. Vanderbilt University. (Thanks to Vanderbilt Archives. Vanderbilt Hustler. Feb 11, 1972. Article by Bart Rogers. Page 9. Teresa Gray.)

Feb 18   -  Philadelphia Spectrum. Supporting T. Rex.  Mark-Almond also appears.

Feb 19  -  Nassau Community College. Garden City, NY.  (Headliner Cotton's set cancelled due to electric shock danger). (Thanks to Linda Gorman.)
Feb 20  -  SUNY. Brockport, NY. Lighthouse opens.

Feb 25  -  Carolina Coliseum. U of S. C.  Columbia, SC.  Opens for McKendree Spring and NY Rock Ensemble.

Feb 26  -  Grinnell College.  Grinnell, IA.

Feb 27  -  Tyrone Guthrie Theatre. Minneapolis, MN.

Feb 28  -  Livestock Center. University of Missouri.  Columbia, MO.
(Thanks to University of Missouri Archives.)
Mar 1    -  Cahn Auditorium. Northwestern University.  Evanston, IL. John Prine opens. (Thanks to Raju Rajkumar and Joe Guzzo).                     
Mar 3  -  Milwaukee Performing Arts Center. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Taj Mahal opens. (Thanks to Kevan Peterson.)
Mar 4    -  Clark University. Worcester, MA. Jake Holmes opens. (Thanks to Clark University Archives.)
Mar 8    -  Hollinger Field House. Westchester State College.  Westchester, PA. Taj Mahal and Fat Dog open. (Thanks to Ted McCallion.)

Mar 11  -  Grace Hall. Lehigh University. Bethlehem, PA. Super Taste opens.
Mar 12  -  Laker Hall. SUNY Oswego. Oswego, NY. Billy Joel and Fairport Convention also appear.

Mar 17  -  Zodiac. Brownsville, PA. Hereafter opens.

Mar 18  -  Horsetrader and Coffee House. Colby College. Waterville, ME. Despite ad, Buddy Guy, Junior Wells and Taj Mahal open.

Mar 21  -  Denver Coliseum. Denver, CO. Supports Emerson, Lake and Palmer.

Mar 22  -  Long Beach Auditorium. Long Beach, CA. Supporting Emerson, Lake and Palmer.

Mar 23  -  Santa Monica Civic Auditorium. Santa Monica, CA. Supporting ELP. (2 shows - late show added).

Mar 24  -  Winterland. San Francisco, CA. Mahavishnu and Blues Project support Emerson, Lake and Palmer.

Mar 25  -  Winterland. San Francisco, CA. Mahavishnu and Blues Project support Emerson, Lake and Palmer.

Mar 27  -  Whiskey A Go Go. Los Angeles, CA.

Mar 28  -  Whiskey A Go Go. Los Angeles, CA.

Apr 1    -  Princeton University.  Alexander Hall Princeton, NJ. John Prine supports.

Apr 3    -  Mar Y Sol Festival. Vega Baja, PR.

Apr 7    -  Kendall Hall. Trenton State College. Ewing, NJ. Happy and Artie Traum replace opener Ian Matthews. (Thanks to Linda Dempf.)
Apr 8    -  Sunshine In. Asbury Park, NJ.
Apr 9    -  Philharmonic Hall. New York City, NY.  (Thanks to Johann Haidenbauer.)
Apr 11  -  Delcastle Tech High School. Wilmington, DE. U. of Delaware.  Snakegrinder and The Shredded Fieldmice open?

Apr 14  -  Dining Hall. Dickinson College. Carlisle, PA. Opener Mick Greenwood shows up late. Plays second.

Apr 16  -  Aquarius Theater. (Now the Orpheum.) Boston, MA. McKendree Spring supports?

Apr 17  -  Cobo Hall. Detroit, MI. Supporting Emerson, Lake and Palmer.

Apr 19  -  Miami University of Ohio. Middletown, OH.

Apr 20  -  Antioch College. Yellow Springs, OH.  

Apr 21  -  Cleveland Public Hall. Cleveland, OH. West, Bruce & Laing and Procol Harum headline. David Rea guests.

Apr 22  -  Marietta College.  Ban Johnson Field House Marietta, OH.  Glass Harp opens.
(Thanks to Linda Showalter - Marietta College Special Collections.)
Apr 23  -  Xavier University. Cincinnati, OH. Allman Brothers cancel at very last moment, Spirit fills in.

Apr 24  -  Town Cinema Theatre. Bloomington, IN. Caroline Peyton and the Screaming Gypsy Bandits support.

Apr 25  -  The Ritz Theatre. Indianapolis, IN.
Apr 28  -  Meehan Auditorium. Brown University.  Providence, RI. New Riders of the Purple Sage also appear.

Apr 29  -  Syracuse University-Skytop Lounge. Syracuse, NY. Ravi Shankar opens. College TV station tapes. Video.

Apr 29  -  Reid Athletic Center. Hamilton, NY. Colgate University. Same day as Syracuse Skytop show. James Cotton opens.

Apr 30  -  Kleinhans Music Hall. Buffalo, NY. Lighthouse opens.

May 4  - 
Campus Lawn. CCNY. NY, NY. To open for The Byrds & Stevie Wonder. Cancelled. Rain. Rescheduled for 5/9.

May 5  -  Yale University. New Haven, CT.   ?

May 6  - 
Student Union Cafeteria. (Rain venue.) Univ. of Miami. Coral Gables, FL. Crome Yellow and Stu Mitchell open. (Thanks to David Erhardt.)
May 7    -  Sports Arena. Atlanta, GA.  Hampton Grease Band opens.

May 9    -  CCNY. NY, NY. (Rescheduled from 5/4.) Byrds, Stevie Wonder can't play. Billy Preston opens.

May 12  -  Indiana University. College Lodge. Indiana, PA.  Mary Smith & Smokestack and movie Yellow Submarine open!
May 13  -  Camden Community College. Blackwood, NJ.
May 14  -  Alfred University. Alfred, NY. Afternoon show.

May 15  -  Hunter College. New York City, NY. Radio Broadcast. Taped. Sound from different source.  Video.

May 17  -  Council Rock High School.  Newtown, PA.  Raw Silk supports. (Thanks to Al Faaet.)
(Chronicled in the Mahavishnu Orchestra Picture eBook) 

May 20  -  The Capitol Theatre. Passaic, NJ. Harry Chapin opens. (Thanks to Mark Chapman.)
May 21  -  Auditorium Theatre. Chicago, IL. Alex Taylor (brother of James) and Seatrain open. (Thanks to Jeff Makos.)
May 24  -  "North of Pool Area."  Florida Atlantic University. Boca Raton, FL. James Cotton Blues Band opens.

May 26  -  Fort Homer Hesterly Armory. Tampa, FL. Seatrain headlines.

May 27  -  Hollywood Sportatorium. Pembroke Pines, FL. Opens for Seatrain. Chase also appears?

May 28  -  Tully Gym. (Venue change according to David Lee.) FSU. Tallahassee, FL. Seatrain and Bacchus also play. (Thanks to Timothy Wood.)
Jun 2     - Orlando Sports Stadium, Central Florida Univ. Orlando, FL. MC George Carlin. Todd Rundgren opens.

Jun 9     - Memorial Auditorium. Dallas, TX. Dr. John and MO support The Allman Brothers Band.

Jun 10   - Armadillo World Headquarters. Austin, TX.

Jun 11  -  Hofheinz Pavillion. Houston, TX. Dr. John and MO support The Allman Brothers Band.

Jun 12  -  The Funky Quarters. San Diego, CA. Two shows. (Thanks to Ted Preciado.)

Jun 14-15  -  Whiskey A Go Go. Hollywood, CA. (Thanks to Ted McCallion.)

Jun 16  -  Whiskey A Go Go. Hollywood, CA.

Jun 17  -  Whiskey A Go Go. Hollywood, CA.

Jun 18  -  Berkeley Community Theatre. Berkeley, CA. Supporting the comedy team of Cheech and Chong!

Jun 21  -  Boston Common. Boston, MA. Sunset Series concert. Loggins and Messina support.

Jul 6  -  Carnegie Hall. NY, NY. Newport Jazz Festival.  Oscar Peterson and Cannonball Adderley open. 2 shows.

Jul 7    -  Bushnell Auditorium. Hartford, CT. (Thanks to Timothy Wood.)
Jul 8    -  Lenox Arts Center. Lenox, MA. (Thanks to Ted McCallion.)
Jul 10  -  Student Union Ballroom. University of Massachusetts. Amherst, MA. Deadly Nightshade opens.

Jul 17  -  Orrie de Nooyer Auditorium. Hackensack, NJ. McKendree Spring opens. 2 shows.

Jul 19  -  Reflections Club. Cincinnati, OH. (Thanks to Ted McCallion.)

Jul 20  -  Agora Theatre. Columbus,OH.
Jul 21  -  Victoria Opera House. Dayton,OH. 

Jul 22  -  Ritz Theatre. Indianapolis, IN. Caroline Peyton and the Screaming Gypsy Bandits  supports – 2 shows. (Thanks to Ted McCallion.)
Jul 23  -  Milwaukee SummerFest. Milwaukee,WI. The Doors, post-Jim Morrison, also appear. (Thanks to Kevan Peterson.)
Jul 29  -  Staples High School. Westport, CT. Taj Mahal opens. 2 shows. Jan Hammer plays Minimoog on stage for first time. (Thanks to Elliott Sears.)
(Thanks to Edward Jennings.)

Jul 30  -  Cape Cod Melody Tent, Hyannis, MA.

Jul 31  -  Shady Grove Music Fair. Gaithersburg, MD. Buzzy Linhart opens. (Possibly cancelled at last moment. Seeking more information.)

Aug 4  -  Wildwood Convention Hall.  Wildwood,NJ. Taj Mahal and Crystal Mansion also appear.

Aug 5    -   Wollman Rink. Central Park NY, NY.  Taj Mahal opens. (Thanks to Andy Shernoff.)
Aug 7    -  The Painters Mill Music Fair. Owings Mills, MD.  Dr. Hook supports.

Aug 9    -  Ravinia Music Festival. Ravinia Park Highland Park, IL. Billy Preston opens.

Aug 10  -  Ford Auditorium. Detroit, MI. Ted Lucas and Eagles open.
Aug 11  -  The Rubber Bowl. Akron,OH. Yes headlines. Mahavishnu and The Eagles also appear.

Aug 12  -  University of Michigan. Ann Arbor, MI. (Cancelled).

Aug 13  -  Tyrone Guthrie Theater. Minneapolis, MN. (Typo in ad. Sunday was August 13).

Aug 15  -  Copenhagen, Denmark. No show. Stage too small. (Elliott Sears). Schedule was changed at some point to 16th. (Confirmed by passports.)
(Thanks to Jorgen Angel and Claus Rasmussen.)

Aug 17  -  Deutsches Museum. Munich, Germany. Filmed by German Television. Video. (Thanks to Johann Haidenbauer.)
Aug 20  -  Montreux Jazz Festival. Montreux, Switzerland. Brian Auger's Oblivion Express opens. (Thanks to Johann Haidenbauer.)
Aug 21  -  Outdoor venue. Saint Tropez. Cancelled due to heavy rains. 

Aug 23  -  Festival de Chateauvallon. Chateauvallon, France. Williams, Clarke, Ponty open. Taped. Video.  (Television Broadcast date below.)
Aug 25  -  BBC Theatre. “Sounds for Saturday” London, England.  (AKA "In Concert" video).  Video.
Sep 2    -  Crystal Palace. London, England. Yes, Gary Wright and others. (Thanks Vanni Cappelli.) 
Sep 8    -  Cameron Indoor Stadium. Duke University. Durham, NC.  Eagles support.

Sep 9    -  Symphony Hall. Atlanta, Georgia. Radar supports.

Sep 15  -  Wesleyan Hockey Rink. Wesleyan University. Middletown, CT.  (Thanks to Jennifer Hadley.)
Sep 16  -  Fieldhouse. Windham College. Putney, VT. (Thanks to Keith Bloomfield.)
Sep 17  -  R.P.I. Armory. Troy, NY. Frampton's Camel and MO open for J. Geils.
Sep 22 - Campus Gym. Fairleigh-Dickinson University. Rutherford, NJ. John Hammond opens.

Sep 23  -  Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall. Carnegie Mellon University. Pittsburgh, PA. Xanadu opens.

Oct 1     -  Philadelphia Academy of Music. Philadelphia, PA. Leo Kottke opens.

Oct 6    -  Buffalo State University. J.R. Weitz and Fabulous Rhinestones open.

Oct 13  -  Lisner Auditorium. G.W. University. Washington D.C.  Azure opens. Bomb threat delays show.

Oct 14  -  Cincinnati Gardens. Cincinnati, OH. On bill with Joe Walsh and Barnstorm, Edgar Winter and more... (Thanks to Ted McCallion.)
Oct 15  -  The Patio. University of Miami. Miami, FL. Larry Coryell and Foreplay open. Pat Metheny witnesses.

Oct 27  -  Aquarius Theater. (Now Orpheum). Boston, MA. Loggins and Messina open. 2 shows.
Oct 28  - 
Alexander Hall. Princeton University.  Princeton, NJ. 2 shows.

Oct 29  -  Hawkins Hall. SUNY Plattsburgh State. Plattsburgh, NY. James Cotton Opens. 2 shows.
Nov 3    -  Aragon Ballroom. Chicago, IL. The Siegal-Schwall Blues Band Opens.

Nov 4    -  Hoch Auditorium. University of Kansas. Lawrence, KS. Charles Lloyd opens.

Nov 5  -  Kiel Auditorium. St. Louis, MO. Peter Allen, Rory Gallagher and Mason Proffit also appear.

Nov 6  -  Student Union Ballroom. University of New Mexico in Albuquerque.

Nov 9    -  Berkeley Community Theatre. Berkeley, CA.  Joe Walsh and Barnstorm opens.

Nov 10  -  Civic Auditorium. Santa Monica, CA. The Section opens.

Nov 11  -  Paramount Theater. Seattle, WA.

Nov 19  -  Palace Theater. Waterbury, CT.  John Paul Jones and Friends opens.

Dec 1    -  Middlebury College. Middlebury, VT. Leo Kottke opens.

Dec 2    -  Palace Theatre. Providence, RI. Mott the Hoople opens.

Dec 3    -  Chapin Hall. Williams College.  Williamstown, MA. Leo Kottke opens. (Thanks to Mark Chapman.)
Dec 5    -  Maurice Stokes Field House. St. Francis University.  Loretto, PA. Glass Harp opens. (Thanks to Ted McCallion.)
Dec 8    -  Kenyon Gym. Vassar College. Poughkeepsie, NY.
Dec 9    -  Irvine Auditorium.
University of PA. Philadelphia, PA. Rowan Bros. open.

Dec 10  -  Welte Auditorium. Central CT State College. (Now University. ) New Britain, CT. Prairie Oysters open!
Dec 27  -  Hollywood Speedway Park. Hollywood, FL. Allman Bros., Edgar Winter, Dr. John and others.



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