Past Tours, 1966-1968


CREAM with Jack Bruce, Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker:

Dates and Venues - 1966
                      
 July  29 - 'Twisted Wheel' Manchester, England
 July  31 - '6th National Jazz & Blues Festival' Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
 Aug.   2 - 'Klooks Kleek R&B Club'/'Railway Hotel' West Hampstead, London, England
 Aug.   5 - 'Cooks Ferry Inn' Edmonton, England
 Aug.   6 - 'Town Hall' Torquay, England
 Aug.   9 - 'Fishmongers Arms' Wood Green, England
 Aug.  16 - 'The Marquee' Central London, England
 Aug.  19 - 'Cellar Club' Kingston, Surrey, England
 Aug.  26 - 'Flamingo Club' Central London, England
 Aug.  27 - 'Ram Jam Club' Brixton, London, England
 
 Sept.  2 - 'Bluesville 66'/'Manor House' Stockport, England
 Sept.  4 - 'Ricky Tick'/'Thames Hotel' Windsor, Berkshire, England
 Sept. 11 - 'Skyline Ballroom' Kingston-Upon-Hull, Humberside, England
 Sept. 15 - 'Gaumont Cinema' Hanley, England (2 shows with the Who)
 Sept. 16 - 'Hermitage Ballroom' Hitchin, Hertsfordshire, England
 Sept. 17 - 'Town Hall' Grantham, England
 Sept. 18 - 'Blue Moon Club' Hayes, Middlesex, England
 Sept. 19 -  Woking, Surrey, England (venue unknown)
 Sept. 23 - 'Ricky Tick'/'Corn Exchange' Newbury, Berkshire, England
 Sept. 26 - 'Star Club'/'Star Hotel' West Croydon, England
 Sept. 27 - 'The Marquee' Central London, England
 Sept. 30 - 'Ricky Tick' Hounslow, Middlesex, England
 
 Oct.   1 - 'The Polytechnic' Central London, England (with the Washington DC's) (Hendrix jams with the Cream)
 Oct.   2 - 'Country Club' Kirklevington, Cleveland, England (cancelled)
 Oct.   3 -  Chester, England
 Oct.   4 - 'Fishmongers Arms' Wood Green, London, England
 Oct.   5 -  Reading, England
 Oct.   6 -  York, England
 Oct.   8 - 'Kings College University' Brighton, Sussex, England
 Oct.   9 - 'Birdcage'/'Kimbells Ballroom' Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 Oct.  11 - 'Flamingo Club' Central London, England
 Oct.  13 - 'New Yorker Discotheque'/'McIlroy's Ballroom' Swindon, Wiltshire, England
 Oct.  21 - 'Bandbeat' BBC Radio 1, London, England (1st BBC appearance) (Spoonful, Sleepy Time Time, Rollin' and Tumblin')
 Oct.  21 - 'Bluesville 66'/'Manor House' Stockport, England
 
 Nov.   1 - 'Ready, Steady, Go!' ITV TV, Wembley, Middlesex, England (broadcast on Nov. 4th. Wrapping Paper and N.S.U. - mimed to studio tracks)
 Nov.   3 - 'Ram Jam Club' Brixton, London, England
 Nov.   5 - 'Town Hall' East Ham, London, England
 Nov.   7 -  Gosport, Hants, England (venue unknown)
 Nov.   8 - 'Saturday Club' BBC 'Light Programme' Radio 1, London, England (Sweet Wine, Steppin' Out, Wrapping Paper, Rollin' and
   Tumblin', I'm So Glad, Sleepy Time Time)
 Nov.   8 - 'The Marquee' Central London, England
 Nov.  11 - 'Public Baths' Sutton, Ashley, England
 Nov.  12 - 'Liverpool University' Liverpool, England
 Nov.  13 - 'Redcar Jazz Club'/'Coathams Hotel' Redcar, Cleveland, England
 Nov.  15 - 'Klooks Kleek R&B Club'/'Railway Hotel' West Hampstead, London, England
 Nov.  17 - 'Burkes' Central London, England
 Nov.  18 - 'Village Hall' Hoveton, Norfolk, England
 Nov.  19 - 'Blue Moon Club' Cheltenham, Gloucestshire, England
 Nov.  21 - 'Monday Monday' BBC 'Light Programme' Radio 2 London, England
 Nov.  21 - 'The Pavilion' Bath, Avon, England
 Nov.  22 - 'Chinese R&B Jazz Club'/'Corn Exchange' Bristol, Avon, England
 Nov.  25 - 'California Ballroom' Dunstable, Bedfordshire, England
 Nov.  28 - 'Guitar Club' BBC Radio 1, London, England (Crossroads, Sitting On Top Of The World, Steppin' Out)
 
 Dec.   2 - 'Hornesy College of Art' Hornesy, London, England
 Dec.   3 - 'Birdcage'/'Kimbells Ballroom' Portsmouth, England
 Dec.   4 - 'Starlite Ballroom' Greenford, London, England
 Dec.   5 - 'Bluesville 66'/'The Baths Hall' Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 Dec.   7 - 'Skyline Ballroom' Kingston-Upon-Hull, Humberside, England
 Dec.   9 - 'Rhythm & Blues World Service' BBC Radio 1, London, England (Cat's Squirrel, Traintime, Hey Lawdy Mama, I'm So Glad)
 Dec.   9 - 'Bluesville 66'/'Manor House' Stockport, England
 Dec.  10 - 'Isleworth Polytechnic' Isleworth, London, England
 Dec.  12 - 'Cooks Ferry Inn' Edmonton, London, England
 Dec.  13 - 'Exeter University' Exeter, Devonshire, England
 Dec.  14 - 'Bromel Club'/'Bromley Court Hotel' Bromley, Kent, England
 Dec.  15 - 'Sussex University' Brighton, East Sussex, England
 Dec.  16 to 18 - Paris, France (TV and radio appearances)
 Dec.  17 - 'La Locomotive Club' Place Blanche, Paris, France
 Dec.  19 - 'Agincourt Ballroom' Camberly, Surrey, England
 Dec.  21 - 'Top of the Pops' BBC Radio London, England (I Feel Free - mimed to studio track) (broadcast on Dec. 29th)
 Dec.  22 - 'Pier Pavilion' Worthing, West Sussex, England
 Dec.  23 - 'Odeon Cinema' Birmingham, England
 Dec.  24 - 'Midnight City' Birmingham, England (with Family)
 Dec.  30 - 'The Roundhouse' Chalk Farm, London, England
 
 
Dates and Venues - 1967
                      
 Jan.   7 - 'Ricky Tick'/'Thames Hotel' Windsor, Berkshire, England
 Jan.  10 - 'Saturday Club' BBC 'Light Programme' Radio 1, London, England (Four Until Late, I Feel Free, Traintime, N.S.U., Toad)
 Jan.  10 - 'The Marquee' Central London, England
 Jan.  13 - 'Guildhall' Southampton, England
 Jan.  14 -  Coventry, England (venue unknown)
 Jan.  15 - 'Ricky Tick' Hounslow, Middlesex, England
 Jan.  16 - 'Monday Monday' BBC 'Light Programme' Radio 2, London, England
 Jan.  18 - 'Town Hall' Stourbridge, England
 Jan.  19 - 'Granby Hall' Leicester, England
 Jan.  20 - 'Club A Go Go' Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 Jan.  21 - 'Floral Hall' Southport, England
 Jan.  24 - 'Chinese R&B Jazz Club'/'Corn Exchange' Bristol, England
 Jan.  26 - 'Top of the Pops' BBC 'Light Programme' TV London, England
 Jan.  28 - 'Ram Jam Club' Brixton, London, England (2 shows)
 
 Feb.   3 - 'All Night Rave'/'Queens Hall' Leeds, England
 Feb.   4 - 'Technical College' Ewell, Surrey, England
 Feb.   5 - 'Saville Theatre' Central London, England
 Feb.   9 - 'City Hall' Salisbury, England
 Feb.  10 - 'Bluesville 67'/'Manor House' Stockport, England
 Feb.  11 - 'Baths Pavilion' Matlock, England
 Feb.  15 - 'Assembly Hall' Aylesbury, England
 Feb.  18 - 'Tofts Club' Folkstone, England
 Feb.  19 - 'Starlite Ballroom' Wembley, England
 Feb.  22 - 'Bromel Club'/'Bromley Court Hotel' Bromley, Kent, England
 Feb.  24 - 'Beat Club' TV Bremen, Germany (I Feel Free - mimed to studio track)
 Feb.  25 - 'Star-Club' Hamburg, Germany
 Feb.  26 - 'Star-Club' Kiel, Germany
 
 March  1 - 'Ulster Hall' Belfast, Northern Ireland
 March  2 - 'Queens University Students Hall' Belfast, Northern Ireland
 March  6 - 'Pop Pool'/'Falkoner Centret' Copenhagen, Denmark (with Defenders, Hitmakers, Sir Hendry and His Butlers, Lollipops, Peter Belli & Seven Sounds)
 March  7 - 'Konserthuset' Stockholm, Sweden (radio broadcast)
 March  8 - 'Lorensbergs Cirkus' Gothenburg, Sweden
 March 12 - 'Tavern Club' Dereham, England (with The Feel For Soul)
 March 15 - 'Spot Studio'/'Ryemuse Ltd.' Central London, England (recording of the 'Disraeli Gears' LP demos)
 March 21 - 'The Marquee' Central London, England
 March 24 -  fly from London, England to NYC
 March 25 to April 2 - 'RKO Paramount Theatre'/Murray the K's 'Music In the Fifth Dimension Show' New York, New York (1 or 2 songs performed during          several shows each day)
 March 27 - 'Monday Monday' BBC 'Light Programme' Radio 2 London, England (broadcast date)
 
 April  9 - 'Redcar Jazz Club'/'Coathams Hotel' Redcar, Cleveland, England (cancelled)
 April 14 - 'Ricky Tick'/'Corn Exchange' Newbury, Berkshire, England
 April 15 - 'Rhodes Centre' Bishop's Stortford, Hertsfordshire, England (with the Teapots)
 April 16 - 'Record Star Show'/'Empire Pool' Wembley, England
 April 18 - 'Chinese R&B Jazz Club'/'Corn Exchange' Bristol, England
 April 21 - 'The Dome' Brighton, England (with the Who)
 April 22 - 'Ricky Tick' Hounslow, Middlesex, England
 
 May    6 - 'Royal Agriculture College Charity Appeal' Chipenham, Wilts, England
 May    7 - 'NME Poll Winners Concert'/'Empire Pool' Wembley, England (with the Beach Boys, the Move, Spencer Davis Group, Cliff Richard, Allan Price Set,       Georgie Fame, Dusty Springfield and others)
 May   19 - 'Beat Club' TV Bremen, Germany (Strange Brew - mimed to studio track)
 May   20 - 'Berlin Stadium' Berlin, Germany
 May   21 - 'Jaguar Club' Scala, Herford, Germany
 May   22 - 'Simon Dee Show' BBC TV London, England (Strange Brew)
 May   23 - 'The Marquee' Central London, England
 May   27 - 'Pembroke College May Ball' Oxford, England (with the Who)
 May   29 - 'Barbecue 67'/'Tulip Bulb Auction Hall' Spalding, England (with the Jimi Hendrix Experience, Pink Floyd, the Move, Geno Washington And The Ram Jam Band, Zoot Money And His Big Roll Band, Sounds Force Five)
 May   30 - 'Saturday Club' BBC 'Light Programme' Radio 1, London, England (Strange Brew, Tales Of Brave Ulysses, We're Going Wrong)
 
 June   1 - 'Palais des Sports' Paris, France (2 shows)
 June   3 - 'Ram Jam Club' Brixton, London, England
 June  11 - 'Starlite Ballroom' Greenford, England (with the Triads)
 June  30 - 'Bluesville 67'/'Manor House' Stockport, England
 
 July   2 - 'Saville Theatre' Central London, England (2 shows) (with the Jeff Beck Group and John Mayall's Bluesbreakers)
 July     -  Inverness, Scotland ('in a cinema')
 July     - 'Locarno' Glasgow, Scotland
 July     - 'Two Red Shoes' Elgin, Scotland
 July     - 'Beach Ballroom' Aberdeen, Scotland
 July  12 - 'Floral Hall' Southport, England
 July  14 - 'Joe Loss Show' BBC Radio 1, London, England
 
 Aug.  13 - '7th National Jazz & Blues Festival' Windsor, Berkshire, England
 Aug.  17 - 'Speakeasy' London, England
 Aug.  20 - 'Redcar Jazz Club'/'Coathams Hotel' Redcar, Cleveland, England
 Aug.  22 - 'Fillmore Auditorium' San Francisco, California (2 sets)
 Aug.  23 - 'Fillmore Auditorium' San Francisco, California (2 sets)
 Aug.  24 - 'Fillmore Auditorium' San Francisco, California (2 sets)
 Aug.  25 - 'Fillmore Auditorium' San Francisco, California (2 sets)
 Aug.  26 - 'Fillmore Auditorium' San Francisco, California (2 sets)
 Aug.  27 - 'Fillmore Auditorium' San Francisco, California (2 sets)
 Aug.  29 - 'Fillmore Auditorium' San Francisco, California (2 sets)
 Aug.  30 - 'Fillmore Auditorium' San Francisco, California (2 sets)
 Aug.  31 - 'Fillmore Auditorium' San Francisco, California (2 sets)
 
 Sept.  1 - 'Fillmore Auditorium' San Francisco, California (2 sets)
 Sept.  2 - 'Fillmore Auditorium' San Francisco, California (2 sets)
 Sept   3 - 'Fillmore Auditorium' San Francisco, California (2 sets)
 Sept.  4 - 'Whiskey A Go Go' Los Angeles, California
 Sept.  5 - 'Whiskey A Go Go' Los Angeles, California
 Sept.  6 - 'Whiskey A Go Go' Los Angeles, California
 Sept.  7 - 'Psychedelic Supermarket' Boston, Massachusetts
 Sept.  8 - 'Cross Town Bus Club' Boston, Massachusetts
 Sept.  9 - 'Brandeis University' Waltham, Massachusetts (?) (show actually started at 02:15 a.m. the next day) Note : this gig was reviewed in the July 25/68 issue      of Downbeat magazine and therefore most likely took place on April 4, 1968)
 Sept. 10 - 'Psychedelic Supermarket' Boston, Massachusetts (2 sets)
 Sept. 11 - 'Psychedelic Supermarket' Boston, Massachusetts (2 sets)
 Sept. 12 - 'Psychedelic Supermarket' Boston, Massachusetts (2 sets)
 Sept. 13 - 'Psychedelic Supermarket' Boston, Massachusetts (2 sets)
 Sept. 14 - 'Psychedelic Supermarket' Boston, Massachusetts (2 sets)
 Sept. 15 - 'Psychedelic Supermarket' Boston, Massachusetts (2 sets)
 Sept. 16 - 'Psychedelic Supermarket' Boston, Massachusetts (2 sets)
 Sept. 22 - 'Action House' Long Beach, Long Island (with Moby Grape)
 Sept. 23 - 'Village Theatre' New York, New York (with Moby Grape) (2 shows)
 Sept. 24 - 'Action House' Long Beach, Long Island (with the Neons)
 Sept. 26 - 'Cafe Au Go Go' New York, New York (with the Paupers)
 Sept. 27 - 'Cafe Au Go Go' New York, New York (with the Paupers)
 Sept. 28 - 'Cafe Au Go Go' New York, New York (with the Paupers)
 Sept. 29 - 'Cafe Au Go Go' New York, New York (with the Paupers)
 Sept. 30 - 'Village Theatre' New York, New York (early show)
 Sept. 30 - 'Cafe Au Go Go' New York, New York (late show with the Paupers)
 
 Oct .  1 - 'Cafe Au Go Go' New York, New York (with the Paupers)
 Oct .  3 - 'Cafe Au Go Go' New York, New York (with Richie Havens)
 Oct .  4 - 'Cafe Au Go Go' New York, New York (with Richie Havens)
 Oct .  5 - 'Cafe Au Go Go' New York, New York (with Richie Havens)
 Oct .  6 - 'Cafe Au Go Go' New York, New York (with Richie Havens)
 Oct .  7 - 'Cafe Au Go Go' New York, New York (with Richie Havens)
 Oct .  8 - 'Cafe Au Go Go' New York, New York (with Richie Havens)
 Oct.  11 - 'Fifth Dimension Club' Ann Arbor, Michigan
 Oct.  12 - 'Fifth Dimension Club' Ann Arbor, Michigan
 Oct.  13 - 'Grande Ballroom' Detroit, Michigan (with MC5, The Thyme)
 Oct.  14 - 'Grande Ballroom' Detroit, Michigan (with The Rationals)
 Oct.  15 - 'Grande Ballroom' Detroit, Michigan (with The Apostles)
 Oct.  19 - 'Romanos Ballroom' Belfast, Northern Ireland (postponed until Nov. 2)
 Oct.  24 - 'Top Gear' BBC Radio 1, London, England (Take It Back, Outside Woman Blues, Tales Of Brave Ulysses, Sunshine Of Your Love, Born Under A        Bad Sign)
 Oct.  26 - 'Magoos' Glasgow, Scotland
 Oct.  27 - 'Capital' Edinburgh, Scotland
 Oct.  29 - 'Saville Theatre' Central London, England (with the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band)
 
 Nov.   1 - 'Bal Tabarin' Downham, Bromley, Kent, England
 Nov.   2 - 'Romanos Ballroom' Belfast, Northern Ireland
 Nov.   6 - 'Silver Blades Ice Rink' Streatham High Road, England
 Nov.  10 - 'Toppot'/'Ny Adelgade' Copenhagen, Denmark (press conference)
 Nov.  11 - 'TV-Byen' (studio A) Gladsaxe, Denmark (afternoon)  (N.S.U., Strange Brew, I'm So Glad - mimed to studio tracks)
 Nov.  11 - 'Hit-Club'/'Vejgaard Hallen' Olfborg, Denmark (evening show with Defenders, Parrots, Go-Go)
 Nov.  12 - 'Falkoner Centret' Copenhagen, Denmark (2 shows with Steppeulvene, Defenders)
 Nov.  13 -  Finnish TV (afternoon) (Sunshine Of Your Love, Tales of Brave Ulysses, World of Pain, Outside Woman Blues - mimed to studio tracks)
 Nov.  13 - 'Kulttuuritalo (Culture House)' Helsinki, Finland (2 shows)
 Nov.  14 - 'Konserthuset' Stockholm, Sweden
 Nov.  15 - 'Lorensbergs Cirkus' Gothenburg, Sweden (2 shows with Young Flowers and a couple of local groups)
 Nov.  17 - 'Rigoletto' Jonkoping, Sweden
 Nov.  18 - 'Idrottshallen' Orebro, Sweden
 Nov.     - 'Dave Symonds' BBC Radio London, England
 Nov.     - 'Revolution Club' London, England (rehearsal filmed by French TV)
 Nov.  23 - 'Club A Go Go' Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 Nov.  24 - 'Marine Ballroom, Central Pier' Morecambe, Lancashire, England
 Nov.  26 - 'Twice a Fortnight Show' BBC studio, London, England (We're Going Wrong)
 Nov.  28 - 'The Marquee' Central London, England (cancelled due to Ginger being ill)
 
 Dec.   1 - 'Top Rank' Brighton, England  (cancelled due to Ginger being ill)
 Dec.   2 - 'Happening Sunday' BBC Radio 1, London, England (cancelled due to Ginger being ill)
 Dec.  20 - 'Debutante's Ball' Chicago, Illinois (play at a private party for a wealthy family)
 Dec.  22 - 'Grande Ballroom' Detroit, Michigan (with Billy C. & The Sunshine, MC5, Soap)
 Dec.  23 - 'Grande Ballroom' Detroit, Michigan (with Billy C. & The Sunshine, MC5, Soap)
 
 
 
Dates and Venues - 1968
 
 Jan.   9 - 'Top Gear' BBC Radio 1, London, England  (SWLABR, Politician, Steppin' Out, We're Going Wrong, Blue Condition)
 Jan.  14 - 'Redcar Jazz Club'/'Coathams Hotel' Redcar, Cleveland, England
 Jan.  20 - 'London University Union' Central London, England
 Jan.  27 - 'St. Marys College' Twickenham, London, England
 
 Feb.   3 - 'University College' Central London, England (with Two of Each, Millionaires, Soundtrekkers)
 Feb.   5 - 'Vognmandsmarken' Copenhagen, Denmark (World Of Pain - mimed to studio track) - filmed in a market on the back of a flat-bed truck for the movie      'Det Var En Lordag Aften' ('On A Saturday Night')
 Feb.   6 -  Copenhagen, Denmark (unknown roundhouse) (We're Going Wrong - mimed to studio track) - filmed indoors for the movie 'Det Var En Lordag Aften'     ('On A Saturday Night')
 Feb.   7 - 'Tivolis Koncertsal' Copenhagen, Denmark (2 shows with Hansson & Karlsson, Young Flowers)
 Feb.   9 - 'Arts Ball Goes Hollywood'/'Leicester University Arts Ball' Leicester, England (last gig in England before the 'Royal Albert Hall' shows)
 Feb.  23 - 'Santa Monica Civic Auditorium' Santa Monica, California
 Feb.  24 - 'Earl Warren Showgrounds' Santa Barbara, California (with Taj Mahal and the James Cotton Blues Band)
 Feb.  25 - 'San Fernando Valley College' San Fernando Valley, California
 Feb.  29 - 'Winterland Arena' San Francisco, California (2 sets)
 March  1 - 'Winterland Arena' San Francisco, California (2 sets)
 March  2 - 'Winterland Arena' San Francisco, California (2 sets)
 March  3 - 'Fillmore Auditorium' San Francisco, California (2 sets)
 March  7 - 'Fillmore Auditorium' San Francisco, California (2 sets)
 March  8 - 'Winterland Arena' San Francisco, California (2 sets)
 March  9 - 'Winterland Arena' San Francisco, California (2 sets)
 March 10 - 'Winterland Arena' San Francisco, California (2 sets)
 March 11 - 'Memorial Auditorium' Sacramento, California (with Grateful Dead)
 March 13 - 'Selland Arena' Fresno, California (with Blue Cheer)
 March 15 - 'Shrine Auditorium' Los Angeles, California
 March 16 - 'Shrine Auditorium' Los Angeles, California
 March 17 - 'Star Theatre' -or- 'Celebrity Theatre' Phoenix, Arizona
 March 18 - 'Anaheim Convention Centre' Anaheim, California (with Spirit)
 March 19 - 'The Family Dog' Denver, Colorado
 March 20 -  Clapton and members of Buffalo Springfield are arrested in Los Angeles following a drug raid
 March 21 - 'Beloit College' Beloit, Wisconsin
 March 22 - 'Clowes Memorial Hall'/'Butler University' Indianapolis, Indiana
 March 23 - 'Brown University' Providence, Rhode Island (cancelled)
 March 24 - 'State University of New York Gymnasium' Stony Brook, New York (with the Vagrants) (the Cream cancelled this gig as Jack was ill)
 March 26 - 'Union Catholic High School' Scotch Plains, New Jersey
 March 27 - 'Staples High School' Westport, Connecticut
 March 29 - 'Hunter College Auditorium' New York, New York
 March 30 - 'State Fair Music Hall' Dallas, Texas
 March 31 - 'Music Hall' Houston, Texas
 
 April  3 - 'Morris Civic Auditorium' South Bend, Indiana
 April  4 - 'Brandeis University' Waltham, Massachusetts (?) (show actually started at 02:15 a.m. the next day) (Note : see entry for Sept. 9/67)
 April  5 - 'Back Bay Theatre' Boston, Massachusetts
 April  6 - 'Commodore Ballroom' Lowell, Massachusetts
 April  7 - 'Eastman College Theatre' Rochester, New York (with the Vanilla Fudge)
 April  8 - 'Capitol Theatre' Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
 April 10 - 'Yale University'/'Woolsey Hall' New Haven, Connecticut -  the Cream return to England for several days at this point during their tour in April. Several      shows are either cancelled or postponed until June.
 April 19 - 'Electric Factory' Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
 April 20 - 'Electric Factory' Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
 April 21 - 'Electric Factory' Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (these shows were originally scheduled for April 12-14, 1968)
 April 21 - 'Romp' ABC TV (broadcast date)
 April 22 - 'Massey Hall' Toronto, Ontario, Canada
 April 26 - 'The Cellar' Arlington Heights, Illinois
 April 27 - 'Coliseum' Chicago, Illinois (with the Mothers of Invention)
 April 28 - 'Kiel Auditorium' St. Louis, Missouri
 
 May    2 - 'The Factory'/'Wisconsin State University Fieldhouse' Madison, Wisconsin (this gig was cancelled as the owners had closed the club)
 May    3 - 'The Scene' Milwaukee, Wisconsin
 May    4 - 'The Scene' Milwaukee, Wisconsin
 May    5 - 'The New City Opera House' St. Paul, Minnesota
 May      - 'Cabell County Memorial Field House' Huntington, West Virginia
 May   11 - 'Akron Civic Centre' Akron, Ohio
 May   12 - 'Music Hall' Cleveland, Ohio
 May   14 - 'Veterans Memorial Auditorium' Columbus, Ohio
 May   15 - 'Ak-Sar-Ben Coliseum' Omaha, Nebraska
 May   17 - 'Anaheim Convention Center' Anaheim, California
 May   18 - 'Ice Palace' Las Vegas, Nevada
 May   19 - 'CBS Television Studios' Los Angeles, California 'The Summer Brothers Summer Comedy Show' hosted by Glen Campbell. ('The Smothers Brothers'     summer replacement comedy show). This is the broadcast date. The actual recording date would have been on May 16 or May 17. Sunshine Of Your Love (live),     Anyone For Tennis (mimed to studio track)
 May   19 - 'Community Concourse'/'Exhibit Hall' San Diego, California
 May   24 - 'University of Southern California'/'Robertson Gym' Santa Barbara, California (with Electric Flag)
 May   25 - 'Civic Auditorium' San Jose, California
 May   27 - 'Swing Auditorium' San Bernadino, California
 May   28 - 'Pacific Center' Long Beach, California
 May   29 - 'Eagles Auditorium' Seattle, Washington
 May   30 - 'Eagles Auditorium' Seattle, Washington (afternoon show)
 May   31 - 'Calgary Stampede' Calgary, Alberta, Canada
 
 June   1 - 'Pavillion Sales Annex' Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
 June   2 - 'Pacific Coliseum' Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
 June   7 - 'Grande Ballroom' Detroit, Michigan (with MC5, The Carousel)
 June   8 - 'Grande Ballroom' Detroit, Michigan (with Nickel Plate Express, St. Louis Union)
 June   9 - 'Grande Ballroom' Detroit, Michigan (with The James Gang, The Thyme)
 June  11 - 'Paul Sauve Arena' Montreal, Quebec, Canada
 June  14 - 'Island Gardens' West Hempstead, Long Island
 June  15 - 'Oakdale Music Theatre' Wallingford, Connecticut (2 shows)
 June  16 - 'Camden County Music Fair' Cherry Hill, New Jersey
 
 Oct.   4 - 'Alameda County Coliseum Arena' Oakland, California (with It's A Beautiful Day)
 Oct.   5 - 'University of New Mexico' Albuquerque, New Mexico
 Oct.  11 - 'New Haven Arena' New Haven, Connecticut
 Oct.  12 - 'Olympia Arena' Detroit, Michigan (with Friend and Lover, Siegel-Schwall Blues Band)
 Oct.  13 - 'Coliseum' Chicago, Illinois
 Oct.  14 - 'Veterans Memorial Auditorium' Des Moines, Iowa
 Oct.  18 - 'The Forum' Inglewood, California (with Deep Purple)
 Oct.  19 - 'The Forum' Inglewood, California (with Deep Purple)
 Oct.  20 - 'Sports Arena' San Diego, California (with Deep Purple)
 Oct.  24 - 'Sam Houston Coliseum' Houston, Texas
 Oct.  25 - 'Dallas Memorial Auditorium' Dallas, Texas (with the Vanilla Fudge)
 Oct.  26 - 'Miami Stadium' Miami, Florida
 Oct.  27 - 'Chastain Park Amphitheatre' Atlanta, Georgia (2 shows with Terry Reid)
 Oct.  31 - 'Boston Garden' Boston, Massachusetts
 
 Nov.   1 - 'The Spectrum' Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
 Nov.   2 - 'Madison Square Garden' New York, New York (with the Buddy Miles Express and Terry Reid)
 Nov.   3 - 'Civic Center Arena' Baltimore, Maryland (with the Moody Blues and Terry Reid)
 Nov.   4 - 'Rhode Island Auditorium' Providence, Rhode Island (2 shows)   (the 2nd show was cut short due to time restrictions)
 Nov.  26 - 'Royal Albert Hall' London, England (2 shows with Taste and Yes)