List of Ramones concerts

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The following is a list of concert performances by the Ramones, complete through 1996.[1] They performed 2,263 concerts over the course of 22 years.[2]

1974[edit]

Date City Country Venue
March 30, 1974 New York City United States Performance Studio
August 16, 1974 CBGB
August 17, 1974
August 24, 1974
August 25, 1974
August 29, 1974
August 30, 1974
August 31, 1974
September 1, 1974
September 2, 1974 Unknown venue
September 7, 1974 CBGB
September 8, 1974
September 15, 1974
September 17, 1974
September 22, 1974
September 24, 1974
October 1, 1974
October 6, 1974
October 8, 1974
October 12, 1974
October 13, 1974
October 20, 1974
October 31, 1974
November 1, 1974
November 2, 1974
November 3, 1974
November 16, 1974 Performance Studio
November 17, 1974 CBGB
November 22, 1974 Truck and Warehouse Theater
December 7, 1974 Performance Studio
December 20, 1974

1975[edit]

Date City Country Venue
February 3, 1975 New York City United States Arturo Vega's Loft
February 14, 1975 Brandy's II
February 28, 1975 Performance Studio
March 1, 1975
March 6, 1975 CBGB
March 7, 1975
March 8, 1975
April 11, 1975 Performance Studio
April 14, 1975 CBGB
April 15, 1975
April 25, 1975 Performance Studio
May 12, 1975 CBGB
May 13, 1975
May 30, 1975 Coventry
June 5, 1975 CBGB
June 6, 1975
June 7, 1975
June 8, 1975
June 20, 1975
June 21, 1975
June 22, 1975
July 4, 1975
July 5, 1975
July 6, 1975
July 11, 1975 Waterbury Palace Theater
July 16, 1975 New York City CBGB
July 17, 1975
July 18, 1975
July 31, 1975
August 1, 1975
August 22, 1975
August 23, 1975
August 24, 1975
September 12, 1975 Performance Studio
September 13, 1975
October 3, 1975 Mother's Club
October 4, 1975
October 5, 1975
October 24, 1975 CBGB
October 25, 1975
October 26, 1975
November 21, 1975
November 22, 1975
November 23, 1975
December 18, 1975
December 19, 1975
December 31, 1975 Sea of Clouds

1976[edit]

Date City Country Venue Opening act(s)
North America
January 30, 1976 New York City United States CBGB Co-headlining with:
The Heartbreakers
January 31, 1976
February 1, 1976
February 25, 1976 Nashua Mount St. Mary Seminary
February 26, 1976 Cambridge Cambridge Club
February 27, 1976 Brockton Brockton High School
March 22, 1976 Roslyn My Father's Place Co-headlining with:
The Heartbreakers
April 1, 1976 New York City CBGB
April 2, 1976
April 3, 1976
April 9, 1976 Trenton Phase V Co-headlining with:
Blondie
April 10, 1976
April 18, 1976 New York City Max's Kansas City
(Easter Rock Festival)
N/A
May 10, 1976 The Bottom Line Dr. Feelgood
May 11, 1976
May 12, 1976 Cambridge Cambridge Club
May 13, 1976 New York City CBGB
May 14, 1976
May 15, 1976
May 20, 1976 Cambridge Cambridge Club
May 21, 1976 Boston Club Boston
May 22, 1976
May 28, 1976 New Canaan New Canaan High School
May 29, 1976 Fairfield Andrew Warde High School
June 10, 1976 Dover The Showplace
June 11, 1976 New York City Max's Kansas City
June 12, 1976
June 19, 1976 Cleveland Unknown venue
June 20, 1976 Youngstown Tomorrow Club
Europe
July 4, 1976 London England The Roundhouse Co-headlining with:
Flamin' Groovies
Supported by:
The Stranglers
July 5, 1976 Dingwalls
North America
July 13, 1976 Roslyn United States My Father's Place
July 16, 1976 Islip Unknown venue
July 17, 1976
July 18, 1976 Asbury Park Giulio's South
July 22, 1976 New Haven Arcadia Ballroom
North America[3]
August 11, 1976 West Hollywood United States The Roxy Co-headlining with:
Flamin' Groovies
August 12, 1976
August 16, 1976 Starwood Club The Quick
August 17, 1976
August 19, 1976 San Francisco Savoy Tivoli
August 20, 1976
August 21, 1976
August 22, 1976 Duck's Breath Mystery Theatre
August 23, 1976 Hungtinton Beach The Golden Bear
August 24, 1976
August 25, 1976
August 26, 1976 Fest A Faire
August 27, 1976 Redondo Beach The Smokestack Earthquake
August 28, 1976
August 29, 1976 Berkeley The Keystone
September 2, 1976 Hempstead Unknown venue The Good Rats
September 3, 1976 Norfolk Friar Tuck's
September 4, 1976
September 9, 1976 New York City CBGB
September 10, 1976
September 11, 1976
September 12, 1976 White Plains Unknown venue
September 14, 1976 Poughkeepsie Sal's Last Chance Saloon Blondie
September 17, 1976 Westport Players Tavern
September 18, 1976
September 19, 1976 Dover The Showplace Talking Heads
September 24, 1976 Toronto Canada New Yorker Theater
September 25, 1976
September 27, 1976 Roslyn United States My Father's Place Talking Heads
September 28, 1976
October 8, 1976 New York City Max's Kansas City
October 9, 1976
October 17, 1976 Detroit Royal Oak Music Theatre Flamin' Groovies
October 22, 1976 Washington, D.C. Childe Harold
October 23, 1976
October 24, 1976
October 29, 1976 Johnson City Freedom Hall Civic Center Supporting:
Blue Öyster Cult
October 30, 1976 Richmond Shafer Court Single Bullet Theory
Rocking Horse
November 12, 1976 Newport Unknown venue
November 13, 1976
November 24, 1976 Atlanta Alex Cooley's Electric Ballroom Gasolin'
November 25, 1976
November 26, 1976
November 27, 1976

Typical setlist[edit]

  1. "Loudmouth"
  2. "Beat on the Brat"
  3. "Blitzkrieg Bop"
  4. "I Remember You"
  5. "Glad to See You Go"
  6. "Chain Saw" or "Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment"
  7. "53rd & 3rd"
  8. "I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend"
  9. "Havana Affair"
  10. "Listen to My Heart"
  11. "California Sun" (Joe Jones cover)
  12. "Judy Is a Punk"
  13. "I Don't Wanna Walk Around with You"
  14. "Today Your Love, Tomorrow the World"

Encore:

  1. "Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue"
  2. "Let's Dance" (Chris Montez cover)

1977[edit]

Date[4][5] City Country Venue Supporting act(s)
North America[6][7][8][9]
January 28, 1977 Boston United States The Rathskeller N/A
January 29, 1977
January 30, 1977
February 2, 1977 Roslyn My Father's Place
February 3, 1977 New York City CBGB Suicide
February 4, 1977
Uniondale Nassau Coliseum Supporting:
Blue Öyster Cult
New York City CBGB Suicide
February 5, 1977 Suicide
February 8, 1977 Dover The Showplace N/A
February 10, 1977 Poughkeepsie Mid-Hudson Civic Center Supporting:
Blue Öyster Cult
February 16, 1977 West Hollywood Whisky a Go Go Co-headlining with:

Blondie

February 17, 1977
February 18, 1977
February 19, 1977
February 20, 1977
February 22, 1977 San Francisco Mabuhay Gardens The Nuns
February 23, 1977
February 24, 1977 Campbell Bodega N/A
February 25, 1977 Berkeley The Keystone
February 26, 1977
February 28, 1977 Palo Alto The Keystone
March 2, 1977 Sacramento Slick Willy's
March 4, 1977 Bremerton Natacha's Baby
March 5, 1977 Aberdeen Rocker Tavern N/A
March 6, 1977 Seattle Olympic Hotel Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
March 10, 1977 Encinitas La Paloma Theatre Hollywood Stars
March 11, 1977 San Bernardino The Bogart N/A
March 12, 1977
two shows
San Diego The Backdoor Hollywood Stars
March 13, 1977 Norwalk Goldenwest Ballroom Van Halen
The Dogs
March 15, 1977 Denver Ebbets Field Ravers
March 16, 1977
North America[9]
March 25, 1977 Buffalo United States Moot Hall The Dictators
March 26, 1977 Countryside Union Plaza N/A
March 27, 1977 Detroit Unknown venue
March 28, 1977 Ann Arbor The Second Chance Sonic's Rendezvous Band
March 31, 1977 New York City CBGB N/A
April 1, 1977
April 2, 1977
April 3, 1977
April 8, 1977 Westport Westport Country Playhouse
April 9, 1977 Philadelphia Houston Hall
April 10, 1977 Islip Unknown venue
April 13, 1977 Roslyn My Father's Place The Cramps
April 14, 1977
April 15, 1977 Salisbury The Frolics N/A
April 16, 1977
April 17, 1977 Boston The Rathskeller
April 20, 1977 New York City CBGB The Cramps
Europe[10][11][12][13][14]
April 24, 1977 Zürich Switzerland Volkshaus Co-headlining with:

Talking Heads

April 27, 1977 Geneva Faubourg Hall
April 28, 1977 Lyon France La Cigale
April 30, 1977 Le Havre Le Chapiteau
May 2, 1977 Paris Le Bataclan
May 3, 1977 Orléans Unknown venue
May 4, 1977 Lille Citadel of Lille
May 5, 1977 Brussels Belgium Paul Emile-Janson Auditorium
May 6, 1977 Amsterdam Netherlands Paradiso
May 7, 1977 Eindhoven Effenaar
May 8, 1977 Groningen Huize Maas
May 10, 1977 Rotterdam The Lantern
May 11, 1977 Utrecht Rasa
May 12, 1977 Copenhagen Denmark Unknown venue
May 15, 1977 Stockholm Sweden Jarlateatern
May 16, 1977 Helsinki Finland Kulttuuritalo
May 17, 1977 Tampere Tampere Polytechnic
May 19, 1977 Liverpool England Eric's
May 20, 1977 Leeds Leeds Polytechnic
May 21, 1977 Glasgow Scotland University of Strathclyde
May 22, 1977 Manchester England The Electric Circus
May 23, 1977 Doncaster Outlook Club
May 24, 1977 Birmingham Barbarella's
May 26, 1977 Aylesbury Maxwell Hall
May 28, 1977 Slough Slough College

The Boomtown Rats

May 29, 1977 Croydon The Greyhound
May 30, 1977 Bristol Colston Hall
May 31, 1977 Swindon Brunel Rooms
June 1, 1977 Plymouth Plymouth Top Rank
June 2, 1977 Penzance Penzance Winter Gardens
June 4, 1977 Canterbury Canterbury Odeon
June 5, 1977 London The Roundhouse Co-headlining with:

Talking Heads

Supported by:
The Saints

June 6, 1977
North America[15][16]
June 9, 1977 New York City United States CBGB The Cramps
June 10, 1977
June 11, 1977
June 17, 1977 Toronto Canada New Yorker Theater N/A
June 18, 1977 Dead Boys
June 21, 1977 Schaumburg United States B'Ginnings N/A
June 23, 1977 Madison El Tejon
June 24, 1977 Waukesha Waukesha County Exposition Center
June 26, 1977 Ann Arbor The Second Chance Sonic's Rendezvous Band
June 28, 1977 Cincinnati Bogart's The Nerves
June 29, 1977 Waukegan Unknown venue N/A
June 30, 1977 Rockford Stardust Lounge
July 1, 1977 Saint Paul Kelly's Pub
July 2, 1977
July 4, 1977 Milwaukee Henry Maier Festival Park
(Summerfest)
July 6, 1977 Chicago Ivanhoe Theater The Dictators
July 8, 1977 Lebanon Unknown venue N/A
July 14, 1977 Austin Armadillo World Headquarters
July 15, 1977 Houston Liberty Hall
July 16, 1977
July 18, 1977 San Antonio Unknown venue
July 20, 1977 Killeen Tremors
July 24, 1977 Dallas Electric Ballroom The Nervebreakers
Mink DeVille
July 28, 1977 Huntington Beach The Golden Bear N/A
July 30, 1977 San Francisco Winterland Arena Co-headlining with:
The Dictators
Supported by:
The Nuns
Widowmaker
August 4, 1977 Seattle Paramount Theatre Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
Mink Deville
August 5, 1977 Portland Paramount Theater
August 6, 1977 Vancouver Canada Commodore Ballroom The Lewd
August 10, 1977 West Hollywood United States Whiskey A Go Go Milk 'N' Cookies
North America[17]
October 1, 1977 Dover United States The Showplace N/A
October 4, 1977 Waterbury Palace Theater Supporting:
Iggy Pop
October 6, 1977 New York City The Palladium
October 8, 1977 Montreal Canada Auditorium le Plateau
October 9, 1977 Toronto Masonic Temple
October 11, 1977 Washington, D.C. United States Unknown venue N/A
October 12, 1977 Upper Darby Tower Theater Supporting:
Iggy Pop
October 15, 1977 Baltimore Baltimore Civic Center
October 19, 1977 Cleveland Cleveland Music Hall
October 20, 1977 Detroit Cobo Center
October 21, 1977 West Hollywood Whisky a Go Go Martin Mull
October 22, 1977 Chicago Aragon Ballroom Supporting:
Iggy Pop
October 27, 1977 New York City CBGB Suicide
October 28, 1977
October 29, 1977 N/A
October 30, 1977
November 5, 1977 Providence Alumnae Hall Nervous Eaters
November 7, 1977 Poughkeepsie Unknown venue N/A
November 8, 1977 Philadelphia Stars
November 11, 1977 Pittsburgh Antonino's Showcase
November 12, 1977
November 14, 1977 Marcy Four Acres
November 15, 1977 Providence Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel
November 16, 1977 Amherst Amherst College
November 18, 1977 Boston Orpheum Theatre Talking Heads
Eddie and the Hot Rods
November 19, 1977 Passaic Capitol Theatre Tuff Darts
Talking Heads
Eddie and the Hot Rods
November 23, 1977 Detroit Masonic Temple Theater Skafish

Talking Heads
Eddie and the Hot Rods

November 25, 1977 Chicago Aragon Ballroom Skafish
Eddie and the Hot Rods
Europe
December 17, 1977 Carlisle England Carlisle Market Hall The Rezillos
December 18, 1977 Edinburgh Scotland Clouds
December 19, 1977 Glasgow The Apollo
December 20, 1977 Newcastle England Newcastle City Hall
December 21, 1977 Manchester Manchester Apollo
December 23, 1977 Cambridge Cambridge Corn Exchange
December 28, 1977 Birmingham Top Rank Suite
December 29, 1977 Hanley Victoria Hall
December 30, 1977 Aylesbury Maxwell Hall Generation X
The Rezillos
December 31, 1977 London Rainbow Theatre (Recording for It's Alive)

1978[edit]

Date[18][19] City Country Venue Supporting act(s)
Europe
January 1, 1978 London England Rainbow Theatre Generation X
The Rezillos
North America[20][21][22][23]
January 5, 1978 New Haven United States Toad's Place
January 6, 1978 Hartford Hartford Civic Center
January 7, 1978 New York City The Palladium The Runaways
Suicide
January 9, 1978 Dover The Showplace
January 13, 1978 Buffalo He's & She's The Runaways
Suicide
January 14, 1978 Detroit Masonic Temple Theater The Runaways
Sonic's Rendezvous Band
January 15, 1978 Youngstown Tomorrow Club The Runaways
January 16, 1978 Cleveland Agora Ballroom
January 18, 1978 Madison Bunky's
January 19, 1978 Milwaukee The Electric Ballroom
January 20, 1978 Chicago Aragon Ballroom The Runaways
The Diodes
January 21, 1978 Minneapolis Minneapolis Auditorium The Runaways
January 23, 1978 Kansas City One Block West
January 27, 1978 Santa Monica Santa Monica Civic Auditorium The Runaways
The Quick
January 30, 1978 San Francisco Old Waldorf Crime

The Dills

January 31, 1978
February 2, 1978 Eugene Lane County Civic Center
February 3, 1978 Seattle Paramount Theatre The Runaways
February 4, 1978 Portland Paramount Theater The Runaways
The Lewd
February 7, 1978 San Diego Montezuma Hall The Runaways
February 8, 1978 Tempe Dooley's
February 10, 1978 Albuquerque University of New Mexico Kidd
February 12, 1978 Tulsa Cain's Ballroom
February 14, 1978 San Antonio Randy's Rodeo The Runaways
February 17, 1978 Austin Armadillo World Headquarters
February 18, 1978 Fort Worth Panther Hall
February 19, 1978 Houston On the Border
February 21, 1978 New Orleans McAlister Auditorium
February 22, 1978 Baton Rouge The Kingfish
February 25, 1978 Atlanta Atlanta Municipal Auditorium The Runaways
Cruise-o-Matic
February 27, 1978 Charlotte Charlotte Park Center The Runaways
March 2, 1978 Orlando The Great Southern Music Hall
March 3, 1978 Miami Maurice Gusman Cultural Center
March 6, 1978 Belleville Downtown Belleville
March 8, 1978 Ann Arbor The Second Chance Willie Alexander and the Boom Boom Band
Destroy All Monsters
March 9, 1978 Columbus Sugar Shack
March 10, 1978 Cincinnati Bogart's The Runaways
March 12, 1978 Urbana Champaign County Fairgrounds
March 13, 1978 Lorain The Flying Machine The Runaways
March 15, 1978 Norfolk Old Dominion University
March 17, 1978 Baltimore Painter's Mill Music Fair
March 18, 1978 Upper Darby Tower Theater The Runaways
The Jam
March 19, 1978 Washington, D.C. Warner Theatre The Runaways
March 21, 1978 Boston Paradise Rock Club
March 22, 1978
March 24, 1978 Hempstead Calderone Concert Hall
March 25, 1978 Passaic Capitol Theatre
March 31, 1978 Syracuse The Brookside
April 1, 1978 Cowanshannock The Landmark The Runaways
April 2, 1978 Jamestown Jamestown Savings Bank Arena
April 4, 1978 Toronto Canada University of Toronto
April 5, 1978
April 16, 1978 Trenton United States Trenton State College Dead Boys
April 20, 1978 Rochester Penny Arcade Czar
April 21, 1978 Wilkes-Barre Wilkes University Supporting act for:
Patti Smith
April 23, 1978 Toledo Toledo Speedway
April 24, 1978 Lansing Dooley's
April 25, 1978 Indianapolis The Vogue
April 27, 1978 Franklin Unknown venue
April 29, 1978 Willimantic The Shaboo Inn
May 4, 1978 New York City CBGB (Tommy's last show)
North America
June 29, 1978 Poughkeepsie United States Sal's Last Chance Saloon (Marky's first show)
July 1, 1978 East Brunswick East Brunswick High School
July 2, 1978 Warwick TG's East Jumpers
July 5, 1978 Roslyn My Father's Place Richard Hell and the Voidoids
July 7, 1978 Boston Paradise Rock Club Rockpile
Derringer
The Dickies
July 8, 1978
July 9, 1978 Boston Garden
July 10, 1978 Providence Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel
July 12, 1978 Portland Maine State Pier
July 16, 1978 Youngstown Tomorrow Club David Johansen
July 17, 1978 Lansing Dooley's
July 19, 1978 Flint Flint Athletic Club
July 21, 1978 Columbus Bicentennial Pavilion
July 23, 1978 Cincinnati Bogart's
July 25, 1978 Palatine Unknown venue
July 26, 1978 Madison Bunky's
July 27, 1978 DeKalb Red Lion Inn Wazmo Nariz
July 29, 1978 Kansas City Granada Theater
July 30, 1978 Springfield Springfield Expo Center
July 31, 1978 St. Louis Mississippi Nights The Symptoms
August 1, 1978 Champaign Red Lion Inn
August 2, 1978 Moraine The Alley
August 5, 1978 Asbury Park Asbury Park Convention Hall Supporting act for:
Patti Smith
August 11, 1978 New York City Hurrah
(audition for Rock 'n' Roll High School)
The Mumps
August 12, 1978
August 13, 1978
August 18, 1978 Dover Elks Lodge The Cramps
August 19, 1978 Willimantic Shaboo Inn
August 21, 1978 New Haven Unknown venue Shrapnel
August 26, 1978 New Brunswick Red Fox Inn The Bees
Sic Fox
The Instigators
Europe[24][25]
September 5, 1978 Helsinki Finland Työväentalo
September 7, 1978 Stockholm Sweden Domino N/A
September 8, 1978 Malmö Dad's Dance Hall
September 9, 1978 Ronneby Club Ron
September 11, 1978 Hamburg Germany Markthalle Hamburg
September 12, 1978 Berlin Neue Welt
September 14, 1978 Brussels Belgium Theater 140 The Werewolves
September 15, 1978 Amsterdam Netherlands Paradiso
September 16, 1978 Arnhem Hijman Ongerijmd
September 18, 1978 Paris France Le Batacan
September 23, 1978 Belfast Northern Ireland Ulster Hall Snips
September 24, 1978 Dublin Ireland State Cinema
September 26, 1978 Bristol England Locarno
September 28, 1978 Newcastle Newcastle City Hall
September 29, 1978 Manchester Free Trade Hall
September 30, 1978 Birmingham Birmingham Odeon
October 2, 1978 London Hammersmith Odeon
October 3, 1978 Cardiff Wales Cardiff University
October 4, 1978 Leeds England University of Leeds
October 5, 1978 Coventry University of Warwick
October 6, 1978 Edinburgh Scotland University of Edinburgh
October 7, 1978 Glasgow Queen Margaret Union
North America
October 19, 1978 New Haven United States Toad's Place
October 21, 1978 New York City Queens College
October 22, 1978 Providence Walsh Gymnasium Support act for:

Patti Smith

October 23, 1978 Philadelphia Walnut Street Theatre Nick Gilder
October 25, 1978 Rensselaer Hullabaloo The Flashcubes
October 26, 1978 Amherst University of Massachusetts Amherst
October 27, 1978 Washington, D.C Ontario Theater
October 28, 1978 Richmond Virginia Commonwealth University Support act for:
Foreigner
North America[26]
November 12, 1978 Raleigh United States The Pier
November 13, 1978 Atlanta Omni Coliseum Support act for:
Black Sabbath
November 15, 1978 Highwood Minstrel's Alle Tutu & The Pirates
November 17, 1978 Omaha The Music Box Charlie Burton and Rock Therapy
November 18, 1978 Saint Paul St. Paul Civic Center Support act for:
Foreigner
North America
December 1, 1978 San Bernardino United States Swing Auditorium Support act for:
Black Sabbath
December 2, 1978 Stockton Weber Point Event Center
December 4, 1978 Long Beach Long Beach Arena Support act for:
Black Sabbath
December 5, 1978 Phoenix Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum
December 14, 1978 West Hollywood The Roxy
(Filming for Rock 'n' Roll Highschool)
N/A
December 15, 1978 San Diego Montezuma Hall
December 18, 1978 Costa Mesa Cuckoo's Nest
December 24, 1978 West Hollywood Whisky a Go Go
December 25, 1978
December 27, 1978 Quiet Riot
December 28, 1978 San Francisco Winterland Ballroom Support act for:
The Tubes
December 29, 1978 Reno Washoe County Fairgrounds Support act for:
Eddie Money
December 30, 1978 Santa Cruz Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium Support act for:
Rick Derringer
December 31, 1978 San Jose San Jose Center for the Performing Arts Support act for:
The Tubes

1979[edit]

Date[27][28] City Country Venue Opening act(s)[29][30]
North America[31][32][33][34]
January 3, 1979 Portland United States Earth Tavern Wipers
January 4, 1979 Seattle Seattle Center Coliseum
January 5, 1979 Norway Center The Enemy
The Stripes
January 6, 1979 Vancouver Canada Commodore Ballroom Pointed Sticks
January 9, 1979 Boise United States Bill's 121 Club
January 10, 1979 Idaho Falls Sandy Downs
January 11, 1979 Salt Lake City Abbey Road The Barney Fife Band
Spittin' Teeth
January 13, 1979 Boulder Boulder Theater
January 14, 1979
January 18, 1979 Dallas The Palladium Kenny & The Kasuals
January 19, 1979 Austin Armadillo World Headquarters Skyscrapers
January 20, 1979 San Antonio Randy's Rodeo Overload
January 21, 1979 Houston Dome Shadows
January 23, 1979 Lafayette Downtown Lafayette
January 24, 1979 Avondale Ole Man River's The Normals
January 25, 1979 Baton Rouge Unknown venue
January 26, 1979 Lake Charles Lake Charles Music Support act for:
Toto
January 28, 1979 Nashville Exit/In Marshall Chapman
January 29, 1979 Birmingham Unknown venue
January 30, 1979 Atlanta Atlanta Civic Center The Fans
The Nobz
January 31, 1979 Raleigh The Pier Th' Cigartez
February 2, 1979 College Park Varsity Grill Backroom N/A
February 4, 1979 Essex Seagull Inn
February 6, 1979 Toronto Canada El Mocambo
February 7, 1979 University of Toronto
February 8, 1979 Buffalo United States Stage One The Romantics
February 10, 1979 Passaic Capitol Theatre Shrapnel
David Johansen
February 14, 1979 Shelton Pinecrest Country Club
February 15, 1979 Sunderland The Rusty Nail
February 16, 1979 New Brunswick Rutgers University-New Brunswick
February 17, 1979 Providence Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel
February 23, 1979 Toledo Toledo Speedway
February 24, 1979 Chicago Aragon Ballroom The Godz
Fabulous Poodles
February 25, 1979 Grosse Pointe Punch And Judy Theater The Romantics
February 26, 1979 Ann Arbor Second Chance
February 27, 1979 Cleveland Agora Theatre and Ballroom
February 28, 1979 Cincinnati Bogart's
March 1, 1979 Columbus Columbus Bicentennial Pavilion
March 3, 1979 Boston Orpheum Theatre Willie Alexander
David Johansen
March 4, 1979 Hartford Hartford Civic Center
March 6, 1979 Pittsburgh The Decade
March 7, 1979 Eddie and the Otters
March 9, 1979 New York City The Palladium Fabulous Poodles
March 22, 1979 West Orange Creation
March 23, 1979 Princeton Alexander Hall
March 24, 1979 Browns Mills Alexander's Sunset Inn The Werewolves
March 25, 1979 Asbury Park Fast Lane
March 29, 1979 Dover The Showplace
March 30, 1979 New York City Wollman Auditorium
March 31, 1979 Jamesburg Emmett's Inn The Bees
April 6, 1979 Roslyn My Father's Place The Rattlers
The Young Adults
April 7, 1979
April 8, 1979 New Brunswick Red Fox Inn Harlow
April 10, 1979 New York City CBGB (Last CBGB show)
North America[35]
June 8, 1979 San Francisco United States Civic Center Plaza
June 16, 1979 Dover The Showplace
June 17, 1979 New Haven Oxford Ale House
June 19, 1979 Amityville Unknown venue
June 21, 1979 West Orange South Mountain Music Fair
June 22, 1979 Asbury Park Fast Lane
June 23, 1979 Browns Mills Alexander's Sunset Inn Sylvain Sylvain
The Romantics
June 24, 1979 Allentown The Showcase
June 26, 1979 New York City College of Staten Island
June 27, 1979 The Factory
June 29, 1979 Boston Boston Garden
June 30, 1979
July 2, 1979 Toronto Canada Exhibition Stadium

(Canadian World Music Festival)

N/A
July 5, 1979 Poughkeepsie United States Good Times Cafe
July 6, 1979 DeWitt Uncle Sam's The Flashcubes
July 7, 1979 Rochester Triangle Theatre New Math
July 8, 1979 Albany J.B. Scott's
July 11, 1979 Toronto Canada University of Toronto
July 12, 1979
July 13, 1979 Montreal Le Pretzel Enchainé
July 14, 1979
July 19, 1979 Roslyn United States My Father's Place
July 20, 1979
July 21, 1979
July 22, 1979 Taunton Lafayette
July 26, 1979 Washington, D.C. Unknown venue
July 27, 1979 Baltimore Martin's West Razz
July 29, 1979 Ocena City Inlet Lot
July 30, 1979 Virginia Beach Unknown venue
July 31, 1979 Raleigh
August 3, 1979 Hartford Stage West
August 4, 1979 New York City Prospect Park
August 6, 1979 Wollman Skating Rink
(Dr. Pepper Summer Music Festival)
August 8, 1979 Asbury Park Fast Lane The Rattlers
August 9, 1979 Dover The Showplace
August 11, 1979 Amityville Unknown venue
August 12, 1979
August 13, 1979 Port Chester Detroit
North America[36][37][38]
September 11, 1979 Albany United States J.B. Scott's
September 14, 1979 Port Chester Marty's
September 15, 1979
September 18, 1979 Wayne Wayne Firehouse
September 22, 1979 Cookstown Satellite Lounge
September 27, 1979 Brookville C.W. Post College
September 28, 1979 New York City Prospect Park
September 29, 1979
September 30, 1979 New Haven Toad's Place
October 2, 1979 Bergenfield Circus-Circus
October 3, 1979 Wayne Wayne Firehouse
October 4, 1979 West Orange National Guard Armory
October 6, 1979 Boston Paradise Rock Club
October 7, 1979 New York City Hotel Diplomat
October 8, 1979 Colden Auditorium
October 9, 1979 Philadelphia Walnut Street Theatre
October 11, 1979 Dayton She Nightclub
October 12, 1979 Galesburg Churchill Junior High School
October 13, 1979 Evanston Northwestern University Clone
October 14, 1979 Grand Rapids Unknown venue
October 15, 1979 Schaumburg B.Ginnings
October 17, 1979 Marietta Ban Johnson Field House Supporting act for:
The Police
October 18, 1979 Detroit Detroit Masonic Temple Supporting act for:
Joe Jackson
October 19, 1979 Bolingbrook Old Chicago
October 20, 1979 Milwaukee Milwaukee Auditorium
October 23, 1979 Denver Rainbow Music Hall The Transistors
October 26, 1979[39] Davis The Coffee House 20/20
October 27, 1979 Oakland Oakland Civic Auditorium SVT
The Members
The Shirts
October 28, 1979[40] Los Angeles Royce Hall 20/20
October 29, 1979[41] Ackerman Hall
October 31, 1979[42] San Diego Montezuma Hall The Runaways
November 2, 1979 Costa Mesa Cuckoo's Nest
November 4, 1979 Irvine University of California, Irvine 20/20
November 5, 1979 Claremont Garrison Theater Gary Myrick & the Figures
November 6, 1979 Garden Grove Rendezvous
November 8, 1979 Tucson University of Arizona Ballroom The Pedestrians
November 9, 1979 El Paso Old Buffalo Teenage Popeye
November 11, 1979 Lubbock The Rox The Planets
November 13, 1979 Austin Armadillo World Headquarters The Skunks
November 14, 1979[43] Dallas Wintergarden Ballroom
November 16, 1979 Houston The Palace Legionaires Disease
November 18, 1979 Avondale Ole Man River's Contenders
November 20, 1979 Birmingham Unknown venue
November 22, 1979[44] Atlanta The Agora Single Bullet Theory
November 23, 1979 Nashville Exit/In
November 24, 1979 Memphis Unknown venue
November 26, 1979 St. Louis Checkerdome
November 27, 1979 Maidson Headliners
November 28, 1979 Minneapolis Uncle Sam's
November 30, 1979 Milwaukee The Palms
December 1, 1979 Cincinnati Bogart's
December 4, 1979 Ann Arbor Second Chance Nikki and the Corvettes
December 5, 1979 Bloomington Axis
December 6, 1979 Indianapolis The Vogue
December 8, 1979[45] Carlisle Anita Tuvin Schlechter Auditorium Appalachia
December 10, 1979[46] Lowell Cumnock Hall Human Sexual Response
December 11, 1979 New Haven Great American Music Hall
December 13, 1979 West Islip Hammerheads
December 21, 1979 Hartford Stage West David Johansen
December 28, 1979 Dover The Showplace Hooks
December 29, 1979 Freeport Calderone Concert Hall
December 31, 1979 New York City The Palladium

Typical setlist[edit]

  1. "Blitzkrieg Bop"
  2. "Teenage Lobotomy"
  3. "Rockaway Beach"
  4. "I Don't Want You"
  5. "Go Mental"
  6. "Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment"
  7. "Rock 'n' Roll High School"
  8. "I Wanna Be Sedated"
  9. "I Just Want to Have Something to Do"
  10. "Bad Brain" or "She's the One"
  11. "I'm Against It"
  12. "Sheena Is a Punk Rocker"
  13. "Havana Affair"
  14. "Commando"
  15. "Needles and Pins" (Jackie DeShannon cover)
  16. "I Want You Around" or "I'm Affected"
  17. "Surfin' Bird" (The Trashmen cover)
  18. "Cretin Hop"
  19. "Listen to My Heart" or "All the Way"
  20. "California Sun" (Joe Jones cover)
  21. "I Don't Wanna Walk Around with You"
  22. "Today Your Love, Tomorrow the World"
  23. "Pinhead"

Encore:

  1. "Do You Want to Dance" (Bobby Freeman cover)
  2. "Suzy Is a Headbanger"
  3. "Let's Dance" (Chris Montez cover)

Encore 2:

  1. "Judy Is a Punk" or "Chinese Rock"
  2. "Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue" or "Beat on the Brat"
  3. "We're a Happy Family"

Encore 3 (Not always played):

  1. "Bad Brain"
  2. "I Wanted Everything"

1980[edit]

Date City Country Venue Supporting act(s)[47]
North America
January 6, 1980 Port Chester United States 21 North Dance Club
Europe[48][49]
January 16, 1980 Brighton England Top Rank Suite The Boys
January 17, 1980 Leicester Polytechnic - Scraptoft Campus
January 18, 1980 Cambridge Cambridge Corn Exchange
January 19, 1980 Norwich University of East Anglia
January 21, 1980 Exeter University of Exeter
January 22, 1980 Cardiff Wales Cardiff University
January 23, 1980 Aylesbury England Maxwell Hall
January 24, 1980 Portsmouth Portsmouth Guildhall
January 26, 1980 Leeds University of Leeds
January 27, 1980 Edinburgh Scotland Odeon Theatre
January 28, 1980 Glasgow Apollo Theatre
January 29, 1980 Newcastle England Newcastle City Hall
February 1, 1980 Manchester Manchester Apollo
February 2, 1980 Lancaster University of Lancaster
February 3, 1980 Sheffield Top Rank Suite
February 4, 1980 Birmingham Birmingham Odeon
February 6, 1980 Bournemouth Stateside Centre
February 7, 1980 Bristol Colston Hall
February 8, 1980 Colchester University of Essex
February 9, 1980 London Rainbow Theatre
February 11, 1980 Amsterdam Netherlands Paradiso Grote Zaal U.K. Subs
February 12, 1980 Brussels Belgium Ancienne Belgique
February 14, 1980 Reggio Emilia Italy Palazzetto dello Sport
February 15, 1980 Udine Palasport Primo Carnera
February 16, 1980 Milan PalaLido
February 18, 1980 Turin PalaRuffini
February 20, 1980 Paris France Le Palace
February 22, 1980 London England Electric Ballroom The Boys
February 23, 1980
North America
March 6, 1980 Asbury Park United States The Fast Lane
March 7, 1980 Cherry Hill Emerald City The Necessaries
March 8, 1980
North America[50][51][52][53][54][55]
March 21, 1980 Toronto Canada Danforth Music Hall
March 22, 1980
March 23, 1980 Detroit United States Motor City Roller Rink
March 24, 1980 Cleveland Agora
March 26, 1980 Columbus Agora Ballroom
March 28, 1980 Atlanta The Agora Mouth-to-Mouth
March 29, 1980 Deacon Little Band
March 30, 1980 Gainesville Florida Gymnasium
March 31, 1980 Homewood Brothers Music Hall
April 1, 1980 Avondale Ole Man River's
April 3, 1980 Austin Armadillo World Headquarters The Explosives
April 4, 1980 Houston Cullen Performance Hall
April 5, 1980 Dallas Wintergarden Ballroom The Romantics
April 7, 1980 Tempe Dooley's
April 8, 1980 San Diego San Diego State University
April 10, 1980 Los Angeles Hollywood Palladium Cindy Bullens
April 11, 1980 Santa Cruz Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium
April 12, 1980 San Francisco Warfield Theatre
April 15, 1980 Berkeley Pauley Ballroom The Plastics
April 17, 1980 Seattle The Showbox The Dishrags
April 18, 1980
April 21, 1980 Vancouver Canada Commodore Ballroom
April 22, 1980 University of British Columbia
April 24, 1980 Poctello United States Unknown venue
April 26, 1980 Boulder Glenn Miller Ballroom
April 27, 1980 Denver Rainbow Music Hall
April 29, 1980 Omaha Omaha Civic Auditorium
May 1, 1980 DeKalb Carl Sandburg Auditorium
May 2, 1980 Champaign Unknown venue
May 3, 1980 East Lansing Jenison Fieldhouse
(8-A-Day-For-The-80's Festival)
May 4, 1980 Chicago Unknown venue
May 6, 1980 Carbondale
May 8, 1980 Milwaukee
May 9, 1980 Chicago
May 10, 1980 Grinnell
May 11, 1980 Minneapolis Uncle Sam's
May 13, 1980 Chicago Park West
May 14, 1980
May 15, 1980
May 16, 1980 Schaumburg B.Ginnings
May 17, 1980 Chicago University of Illinois at Chicago Circle
May 20, 1980 London Canada Centennial Hall The Demics
May 21, 1980 Burlington Centennial Arena Forgotten Rebels
May 23, 1980 Montreal Auditorium le Plateau Lucien Francœur
May 25, 1980 Toronto The Edge
May 26, 1980 Guelph University of Guelph
May 27, 1980 Ottawa Civic Centre Salons B. B. Gabor
May 29, 1980 Albany United States Unknown venue
May 30, 1980 West Harford Stage West
May 31, 1980 Lynn Main Act Concert Club
June 2, 1980 Boston Paradise Rock Club The Spectre
June 3, 1980
June 4, 1980
June 5, 1980 New York City The Factory
June 6, 1980 Jackson Six Flags Great Adventure
June 8, 1980 College Park UMD Student Union Grand Ballroom The Slickee Boys
June 10, 1980 Tampa The Agora
June 11, 1980 Hallandale Agora Ballroom The Reactions
June 12, 1980 The Cichlids
June 15, 1980 New York City Club 57
Asia[56]
June 27, 1980 Tokyo Japan Seibu Gekijou

(Two shows each date)

Co-headlining with:
Sheena & The Rokkets
June 28, 1980
June 29, 1980
July 1, 1980 Nagoya Unryu Hall
July 2, 1980 Kyoto Kyoto Kaikan (Two shows) Inu (7:30pm show)
Zigzag (9:30pm show)
July 3, 1980 Osaka Studio Ahiru (Two shows) ZigZag
July 4, 1980 Fukuoka Daihakata Hall
Oceania[57]
July 8, 1980 Sydney Australia Capitol Theatre
July 9, 1980
July 10, 1980 Melbourne La Trobe University INXS
July 11, 1980 Adelaide Thebarton Town Hall
July 13, 1980 Wollongong Wollongong Leagues Club Matt Finish
July 14, 1980 Sydney Sundowner Hotel
July 15, 1980 Chequers Models
Dee Minor and The Dischords
July 16, 1980 Canberra The Hellenic Club
July 18, 1980 Brisbane Brisbane Festival Hall Midnight Oil
The Lemmings
July 19, 1980 Gold Coast The Playroom
July 21, 1980 Auckland New Zealand Logan Campbell Centre
July 22, 1980 Wellington Winter Show Buildings
July 24, 1980 Christchurch Christchurch Town Hall
North America[58]
August 7, 1980 Long Branch United States Unknown venue
August 8, 1980 Asbury Park Paramount Theatre The Rattlers
August 9, 1980 Nantasket Beach Uncle Sam's
August 10, 1980 Cherry Hill Emerald City
August 11, 1980 New York City Wollman Rink
(Dr. Pepper Summer Music Festival)
Europe
August 24, 1980 Edinburgh Scotland Edinburgh Playhouse The Specters
The Exploited
August 28, 1980 Stockholm Sweden Göta Lejon
August 30, 1980 Avelgem Belgium Tent aan Station
August 31, 1980 Lund Sweden Olympen
September 1, 1980 Copenhagen Denmark Odd Fellow Palæet
September 3, 1980 Berlin Germany Metropol
September 4, 1980 Wiesbaden Wartburg Music Hall
September 6, 1980 Avelgem Belgium Tent aan Station
September 7, 1980 Rotterdam Netherlands Zuiderpark Stadion
(Rotterdam New Pop)
September 8, 1980 Munich Germany Schwabinger Bräu
September 9, 1980 Zürich Switzerland Volkshaus The Ticket
September 11, 1980 Sanremo Italy Parco delle Carmelitane
September 12, 1980 Genoa Palazzo dello Sport
September 13, 1980 Milan Velodromo Vigorelli
September 14, 1980 Rome Parco della Mole Adriana
September 15, 1980 Casalmaggiore Unknown venue
September 17, 1980 Montpellier France Grand Odeon Ici Paris
September 19, 1980 Barcelona Spain Montjuïc Supporting act for:
Mike Oldfield
September 22, 1980 Porto Portugal Pavilion Infante Sagres
September 23, 1980 Cascais Cascais Drama and Sport Group Pavilion
September 24, 1980
September 26, 1980 Madrid Spain Plaza de Toros de Vista Alegre Nacha Pop
September 27, 1980 San Sebastián Velódromo de Anoeta
September 29, 1980 Lyon France Palais d'Hiver
September 30, 1980 Paris Le Bataclan
October 2, 1980 London England Hammersmith Odeon The Specters
October 3, 1980 Derby Assembly Rooms
October 4, 1980 Manchester Manchester Apollo The Specters
October 5, 1980 Edinburgh Scotland Edinburgh Playhouse The Specters
The Exploited
October 6, 1980 Liverpool England The Rotter's Club The Specters
October 8, 1980 Dublin Ireland Grand Cinema
October 9, 1980 Belfast Northern Ireland Ulster Hall
October 11, 1980 Birmingham England Birmingham Odeon
October 12, 1980 Canterbury Canterbury Odeon
North America
December 26, 1980 Cherry Hill United States Emerald City
December 27, 1980 New York City Paramount Theatre
December 29, 1980 Dover The Showplace Jitterz
December 31, 1980 Lido Beach Malibu Night Club

Typical setlist[edit]

  1. "Blitzkrieg Bop"
  2. "Teenage Lobotomy"
  3. "Rockaway Beach"
  4. "I Don't Want You"
  5. "Go Mental"
  6. "Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment"
  7. "Rock 'n' Roll High School"
  8. "I Wanna Be Sedated"
  9. "Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Radio?"
  10. "She's the One"
  11. "I Just Want to Have Something to Do" or "I'm Against It"
  12. "Sheena Is a Punk Rocker"
  13. "Let's Go" or "This Ain't Havana"
  14. "Commando"
  15. "Here Today, Gone Tomorrow" or "I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend"
  16. "I'm Affected"
  17. "Surfin' Bird" (The Trashmen cover)
  18. "Cretin Hop"
  19. "All the Way"
  20. "Judy Is a Punk"
  21. "California Sun" (Joe Jones cover)
  22. "I Don't Wanna Walk Around with You"
  23. "Today Your Love, Tomorrow the World"
  24. "Pinhead"

Encore:

  1. "Do You Want to Dance" (Bobby Freeman cover)
  2. "Suzy Is a Headbanger"
  3. "Let's Dance" (Chris Montez cover)

Encore 2:

  1. "Chinese Rock"
  2. "Beat on the Brat"
  3. "We're a Happy Family"

1981[edit]

Date City Country Venue Opening act(s)
North America[59]
January 3, 1981 New York City United States Walt Whitman Auditorium
January 4, 1981 Rockaway
January 6, 1981 Boston 15 Landsdowne Street
January 7, 1981 Providence Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel The Taxi Boys
January 8, 1981 West Hartford Stage West
February 13, 1981 Philadelphia Irvine Auditorium
February 14, 1981 Stony Brook State University of New York at Stony Brook
February 16, 1981 New Paltz State University of New York at New Paltz Blotto
February 19, 1981 New York City Bond International Casino
February 20, 1981
February 21, 1981 New Brunswick College Avenue Gymnasium Blue Angel
February 27, 1981 South Orange Seton Hall University
February 28, 1981 Ithaca Bailey Hall
North America[60][61]
July 3, 1981 Hampton Beach United States Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom The Stompers
July 4, 1981
July 5, 1981 Hull Uncle Sam's
July 7, 1981 Passaic Hitsville
July 9, 1981 Lido Beach Malibu Night Club
July 10, 1981 New York City Palladium Stiv Bators
July 12, 1981 Paramount Theatre
July 13, 1981 Wildwood The Playpen
July 14, 1981 College Park Ritchie Coliseum Black Market Baby
July 15, 1981 West Islip Hammerheads
July 17, 1981 New York City Palladium
July 18, 1981 Rochelle Park The Hole in the Wall
July 23, 1981 Tampa Tampa Theatre The Bobs
July 24, 1981 Gainesville Great Southern Music Hall
July 26, 1981 Hallandale Beach Agora Ballroom Holly and the Italians
July 27, 1981
July 28, 1981
July 29, 1981 Orlando Park Avenue Club
July 31, 1981 Atlanta The Agora
August 1, 1981
August 4, 1981 Dallas Agora Ballroom (Two shows) Holly and the Italians
August 5, 1981 Houston Agora Ballroom
August 6, 1981 San Antonio Randy's Rodeo
August 7, 1981 Austin Austin Opry House
August 9, 1981 Denver Rainbow Music Hall Gulons
August 12, 1981 Phoenix Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum Opening act for:
The Kinks
August 13, 1981 San Diego California Theatre The Penetrators
August 14, 1981 Los Angeles Hollywood Palladium Holly and the Italians
August 15, 1981 Pasadena Perkins Palace
August 18, 1981 San Francisco Warfield Theater Red Rockers
August 19, 1981 Petaluma Phoenix Theatre
August 20, 1981 Santa Cruz Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium The Mutants
The Batteries
August 21, 1981 San Francisco Warfield Theatre
North America[62][63]
August 27, 1981 East Islip United States Club 2001
August 29, 1981 New York City Pier 84
September 3, 1981 Albany Unknown venue
September 4, 1981 Vestal State University of New York at Binghamton
September 5, 1981 Saratoga Springs Unknown venue
September 9, 1981 Mount Vernon The Left Bank
September 11, 1981 West Hartford Stage West Shrapnel
September 12, 1981 Cherry Hill Emerald City Holly and the Italians
September 13, 1981 New Haven Agora Ballroom
September 14, 1981 Providence Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel
September 15, 1981 Boston The Metro (Two shows)
September 17, 1981 Rochester Triangle Theatre
September 18, 1981 Toronto Canada The Concert Hall
September 19, 1981 Detroit United States Nitro Rock Club
September 20, 1981
September 22, 1981 Cleveland Agora Theatre and Ballroom The Wild Giraffes
September 24, 1981 Bloomington Indiana University Auditorium
September 25, 1981 Chicago Unknown venue
September 26, 1981 Twin Lakes
September 28, 1981 Minneapolis First Avenue
September 29, 1981 Madison Headliners The Republicans
October 1, 1981 Urbana Foellinger Auditorium
October 2, 1981 Chicago Holiday Ballroom
October 3, 1981
October 4, 1981 Youngstown Youngstown Agora Nikki and the Corvettes
October 5, 1981 Ann Arbor Second Chance Cult Heroes
October 7, 1981 Dayton She Nightclub
October 8, 1981 Columbus Agora Ballroom The Fast
October 10, 1981 Virginia Beach Peabody’s
October 11, 1981 Washington, D.C. Warner Theatre
Europe[64]
October 22, 1981 London England Hammersmith Palais Téléphone
Siam
October 24, 1981 Amsterdam Netherlands Paradiso Grote Zaal
October 26, 1981 Stockholm Sweden Måndagsbörsen
October 27, 1981 Göta Lejon
October 28, 1981 Lund Olympen
October 29, 1981 Copenhagen Denmark Odd Fellow Palæet
November 1, 1981 Aachen Germany Eurogress
November 2, 1981 Hanover Rotation
November 4, 1981 Munich Schwabinger Bräu
November 6, 1981 Milan Italy Rolling Stone (Two shows)
November 7, 1981 Bordeaux France Salle des Fêtes du Grand Parc
November 9, 1981 Barcelona Spain Juventud de Badalona
November 10, 1981 Valencia Bony Torrente
November 11, 1981 Madrid Pabellón de la Ciudad Deportiva del Real Madrid Los Rebeldes
November 12, 1981
November 13, 1981 A Coruña Pazo dos Deportes De Riazor Los Suaves
November 15, 1981 San Sebastián Velódromo de Anoeta
November 17, 1981 Paris France Théâtre Le Palace Les Intouchables
November 18, 1981 Brussels Belgium Unknown venue
November 19, 1981 London England The Venue James Blood Ulmer
The Higsons
North America
December 26, 1981 Trenton United States City Gardens
December 31, 1981 Lido Beach Malibu Night Club

Typical setlist[edit]

  1. "Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Radio?"
  2. "Do You Want to Dance" (Bobby Freeman cover)
  3. "Blitzkrieg Bop"
  4. "This Business Is Killing Me"
  5. "All's Quiet on the Eastern Front"
  6. "Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment"
  7. "Rock 'n' Roll High School"
  8. "I Wanna Be Sedated"
  9. "Beat on the Brat"
  10. "The KKK Took My Baby Away"
  11. "Go Mental" or "Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue"
  12. "You Sound Like You're Sick"
  13. "Suzy Is a Headbanger"
  14. "Let's Dance" (Chris Montez cover)
  15. "Here Today, Gone Tomorrow"
  16. "I'm Affected"
  17. "Chinese Rock"
  18. "Rockaway Beach"
  19. "Teenage Lobotomy"
  20. "Surfin' Bird" (The Trashmen cover)
  21. "Cretin Hop"
  22. "California Sun" (Joe Jones cover)
  23. "Today Your Love, Tomorrow the World"
  24. "Pinhead"

Encore:

  1. "Come on Now" or "She's a Sensation"
  2. "I Don't Wanna Walk Around with You"
  3. "Sheena Is a Punk Rocker"

Encore 2:

  1. "We Want the Airwaves"
  2. "I Just Want to Have Something to Do"
  3. "We're a Happy Family"

1982[edit]

Date City Country Venue Supporting act(s)
North America[65]
January 2, 1982 Hull United States Uncle Sam's
January 3, 1982 New Haven Agora Ballroom The Roll-ons
January 7, 1982 Passaic Hitsville
January 8, 1982 Pawcatuck Showcase South
January 9, 1982 New York City St. George Theatre
North America[66][67]
January 22, 1982 Glen Cove United States Northstage Theater Jo Marshall
February 11, 1982 Boston Unknown venue
February 12, 1982 Delhi State University of New York at Delhi
February 13, 1982 Manchester New Hampshire College
February 18, 1982 Newark University of Delaware
February 19, 1982 Fairfield Fairfield University
February 20, 1982 Providence The Living Room
February 21, 1982 Oswego Laker Hall Gym
March 1, 1982 Baltimore Shriver Hall Auditorium Null Ø Set
March 6, 1982 West Islip Hammerheads
North America[67]
March 13, 1982 Buffalo United States Clark Gym
March 16, 1982 Cleveland Agora
March 17, 1982 Detroit Grand Circus Theater Kix
March 25, 1982 Albany J.B. Scott's
March 26, 1982 Bear Mountain The River Room Lounge
March 27, 1982 Mansfield Straughn Hall
April 3, 1982 Maidson Drew University
April 4, 1982 Framingham Dwight Hall
North America[68][69][66][70][71]
April 14, 1982 New York City United States Wollman Auditorium
April 16, 1982 Millersville Millersville State College Gym David Johansen
April 17, 1982 Mahwah Ramapo College
April 18, 1982 Saratoga Springs Skidmore College The Verge
April 21, 1982 Montclair Montclair State College David Johansen
April 22, 1982 Salem Unknown venue
April 23, 1982 Cambridge Massachusetts Institute of Technology
April 24, 1982 Waltham Shaprio Gymnasium David Johansen
April 25, 1982 Glassboro Esbjornson Gymnasium
April 27, 1982 Virginia Beach Rogues Gallery
April 28, 1982 Columbia Russell House Ballroom Rhythm of Discipline
April 29, 1982 Morgantown West Virginia University Unknown support
April 30, 1982 New Rochelle Unknown venue
May 1, 1982 Hempstead Hofstra University
May 2, 1982 Newark New Jersey Institute of Technology David Johansen
May 6, 1982 Fitchburg Unknown venue
May 7, 1982 Hull Uncle Sam's
May 8, 1982 Framingham Unknown venue
May 9, 1982 Hampton Beach Club Casino The Neighborhoods
May 14, 1982 Ewing Trenton State College
May 16, 1982 Burlington University of Vermont David Johansen
May 18, 1982 Jersey City Margaret Williams Theatre Robert Gordon
May 20, 1982 Poughkeepsie The Chance
May 21, 1982
May 22, 1982 New York City Brooklyn College
May 29, 1982 Schenectady West Beach
(Camp Union Barbecue)
N/A
May 30, 1982 Tyngsborough Thunderbird Country Club
(Spring Fest)
North America
July 2, 1982 Dover United States The Showplace
North America
July 20, 1982 Roslyn United States My Father's Place
North America
August 24, 1982 New York City United States L'Amour
August 25, 1982 Poughkeepsie The Chance
August 27, 1982 Asbury Park Fast Lane
August 28, 1982 Hampton Beach Unknown venue
August 29, 1982 East Hampton Hurrah
September 3, 1982 San Bernardino Glen Helen Regional Park
(US Festival)
N/A
North America
October 1, 1982 Providence United States The Living Room
October 3, 1982 Washington, D.C. Wax Museum Nightclub
October 4, 1982 Virginia Beach Rogues Gallery
October 6, 1982 New Haven Agora Ballroom
October 7, 1982 West Hartford Agora Ballroom The Del-Lords
North America[72][67][73]
November 15, 1982 Bangor United States Bangor Auditorium Opening act for:
Cheap Trick
November 16, 1982 Boston The Channel The Real Kids
Annoyed
November 20, 1982 Mount Vernon The Left Bank The Rattlers
November 21, 1982 Hempstead Hofstra University Opening act for:
The B-52's
November 24, 1982 Ottawa Canada Barrymore's Bugs Harvey Oswald
Screaming Bamboo
November 26, 1982 West Islip United States Hammerheads
November 27, 1982

Typical setlist[edit]

  1. "Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Radio?"
  2. "Do You Want to Dance" (Bobby Freeman cover)
  3. "Blitzkrieg Bop"
  4. "This Business Is Killing Me"
  5. "All's Quiet on the Eastern Front"
  6. "Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment"
  7. "Rock 'n' Roll High School"
  8. "I Wanna Be Sedated"
  9. "Beat on the Brat"
  10. "The KKK Took My Baby Away"
  11. "Go Mental" or "Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue"
  12. "You Sound Like You're Sick"
  13. "Suzy Is a Headbanger"
  14. "Let's Dance" (Chris Montez cover)
  15. "Here Today, Gone Tomorrow"
  16. "I'm Affected"
  17. "Chinese Rock"
  18. "Rockaway Beach"
  19. "Teenage Lobotomy"
  20. "Surfin' Bird" (The Trashmen cover)
  21. "Cretin Hop"
  22. "California Sun" (Joe Jones cover)
  23. "Today Your Love, Tomorrow the World"
  24. "Pinhead"

Encore:

  1. "Come on Now" or "She's a Sensation"
  2. "I Don't Wanna Walk Around with You"
  3. "Sheena Is a Punk Rocker"

Encore 2:

  1. "We Want the Airwaves"
  2. "I Just Want to Have Something to Do"
  3. "We're a Happy Family"

1983[edit]

Date City Country Venue Opening act(s)[74]
North America[75][76]
February 13, 1983 Utica United States Mohawk Valley Community College The Nitecaps
February 17, 1983 Philadelphia Drexel University
February 18, 1983 Poughkeepsie The Chance Manikenz
February 19, 1983 Wellesley Unknown venue
February 20, 1983 Boston Boston University
February 23, 1983 Amherst University of Massachusetts
February 24, 1983 Middlebury Pepin Gymnasium
North America[77][78][79][80][81][82][53]
March 12, 1983[83] Southampton United States Southampton College Gym
March 13, 1983 Danbury Unknown venue
March 14, 1983 Burlington Flynn Center for the Performing Arts The Decentz
March 16, 1983 Philadelphia Ripley's Music Hall
March 17, 1983
March 18, 1983 New York City The Brooklyn Zoo
March 19, 1983
March 23, 1983 Washington, D.C. Unknown venue
March 24, 1983
March 25, 1983 West Hartford Agora Ballroom
March 26, 1983
March 31, 1983 Amherst University of Massachusetts
April 6, 1983 Boston The Metro Lizzie Borden and the Axes
April 8, 1983 Atlanta The Agora
April 9, 1983 New Orleans Riverboat President
April 11, 1983 Beaumont Cardi's
April 13, 1983 Dallas Agora Ballroom
April 14, 1983 Houston Rockers
April 15, 1983 Austin Austin Opry House Jason & the Scorchers
April 16, 1983 San Antonio Bonham Exchange Our Daughter's Wedding
April 19, 1983 Las Cruces Pan American Center The Victims
April 20, 1983 Phoenix Graham Central Station
April 22, 1983 Los Angeles Hollywood Palladium The Dickies
April 23, 1983 San Diego Jack Murphy Stadium
(X-Fest)
N/A
April 24, 1983[84] Los Angeles Reseda Country Club The Dickies
April 26, 1983 Goleta Goleta Rollercade
April 27, 1983 Santa Cruz Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium The Batteries
April 28, 1983[85] Palo Alto Keystone The Lifers

The High Hitters

April 29, 1983 San Francisco Kabuki Theater
April 30, 1983 Sacramento California State University, Sacramento
May 2, 1983 Eugene EMU Ballroom D.O.A.
May 3, 1983 Portland Starry Night
May 4, 1983 Seattle Eagles Hippodrome
May 5, 1983
May 6, 1983 Vancouver Canada Commodore Ballroom The Actionauts
May 9, 1983 Denver United States Rainbow Music Hall Levi and the Rockats
May 11, 1983 St. Louis Mississippi Nights Fool's Face
May 12, 1983 Kansas City Unknown venue
May 13, 1983 Wichita Cotillion Ballroom
May 15, 1983 Minneapolis First Avenue Soul Asylum
May 16, 1983 Maidson Headliners The Mistakes
May 17, 1983 Milwaukee Eagles Ballroom The Mob
May 19, 1983 Chicago Metro Chicago
May 20, 1983
May 21, 1983 Cleveland Agora
May 22, 1983 Detroit Grand Circus Theater The Heart Throbs
May 24, 1983 Indianapolis The Vogue
May 26, 1983 Columbus Agora Ballroom
May 27, 1983 Wheeling Haymaker's Rebel Rousers
The Crowd
May 28, 1983 Evanston Northwestern University
May 29, 1983 Chicago University of Chicago
May 31, 1983 Omaha The 20's Nightclub
June 1, 1983 Des Moines Top of the Tower
June 2, 1983 Rockfrod Unknown venue
June 3, 1983 Wausau Shang-ri-la Bar
June 5, 1983 Winnipeg Canada Pantages Playhouse Theatre Sudden Death
Society's Grudge
June 7, 1983 Calgary Max Bell Arena Personality Crisis
June 8, 1983 Edmonton Convention Inn Ballroom
June 10, 1983 Toronto The Concert Hall
June 11, 1983
June 12, 1983 Ann Arbor United States Second Chance Cult Heroes
June 13, 1983 Ottawa Canada The Jungle Club Bugs Harvey Oswald
June 14, 1983 Montreal Le Spectrum The Nils
June 20, 1983 Virginia Beach United States Unknown venue
June 22, 1983 Raleigh Stewart Theatre Jimmy and th' Jonez
June 23, 1983 Columbia Strider's Prizoner
June 24, 1983 Hallandale Beach Button South
June 25, 1983
June 26, 1983[86] St. Petersburg Jannus Landing (New Rock Fest IV) N/A
June 29, 1983 Washington, D.C. Unknown venue
June 30, 1983[87] The Bayou
July 6, 1983 Buffalo Rooftop Skyroom
July 9, 1983 Bridgeport Utopia
July 11, 1983 Margate City Unknown venue
July 13, 1983 Wilkes-Barre The Station Lemmy Caution
July 14, 1983 Pittsburgh Heaven
July 16, 1983 New York City Pier 84 Divinyls
July 22, 1983 Hicksville Unknown venue
July 24, 1983 Richmond Much More Club Violent Femmes
July 27, 1983 Buffalo Unknown venue
July 28, 1983 Roslyn My Father's Place
July 29, 1983 Philadelphia Philadelphia Zoo Opening act for:
The B-52's
July 30, 1983 South Yarmouth Cape Cod Coliseum
August 5, 1983 Quogue Suspenders
August 6, 1983 Poughkeepsie The Chance
August 12, 1983 New York City L'Amour
August 13, 1983 L'Amour East Shrapnel
North America[88][89]
December 20, 1983 Cedar Grove United States Meadowbrook Ballroom
December 22, 1983 Poughkeepsie The Chance
December 23, 1983 West Hartford Agora Ballroom Mass
December 27, 1983 Levittown Reds
December 29, 1983 New York City The Ritz Echo & the Bunnymen
December 30, 1983 Providence The Living Room

Typical setlist[edit]

  1. "Durango 95"
  2. "Teenage Lobotomy"
  3. "Psycho Therapy"
  4. "Blitzkrieg Bop"
  5. "Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Radio?"
  6. "All's Quiet on the Eastern Front"
  7. "Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment"
  8. "Rock 'n' Roll High School"
  9. "I Wanna Be Sedated"
  10. "Beat on the Brat"
  11. "The KKK Took My Baby Away"
  12. "Go Mental"
  13. "Outsider"
  14. "Suzy Is a Headbanger"
  15. "Let's Dance" (Chris Montez cover)
  16. "I'm Affected"
  17. "Little Bit O' Soul" (The Music Explosion cover)
  18. "Chinese Rock"
  19. "In the Park"
  20. "Rockaway Beach"
  21. "Surfin' Bird" (The Trashmen cover)
  22. "Cretin Hop"
  23. "California Sun" (Joe Jones cover)
  24. "Today Your Love, Tomorrow the World"
  25. "Pinhead"

Encore:

  1. "53rd & 3rd"
  2. "Highest Trails Above"
  3. "Sheena Is a Punk Rocker"

Encore 2:

  1. "Time Has Come Today" (The Chambers Brothers cover)
  2. "I Just Want to Have Something to Do"
  3. "We're a Happy Family"

1984[edit]

Date City Country Venue Opening act(s)[90]
North America[91]
January 5, 1984 New Haven United States Toad's Place
January 6, 1984 Boston The Channel Mass
Digney Fignus
January 7, 1984 New York City L'Amour East
January 12, 1984 Philadelphia Ripley's Music Hall
January 14, 1984 Roslyn My Father's Place
North America
March 9, 1984 Portland United States Unknown venue Joe Perry
David Johansen
March 10, 1984 Providence The Living Room The Bristols
March 16, 1984 Waterbury Toad's Place Lost Generation
March 17, 1984 New York City Unknown venue
March 20, 1984 Washington, D.C. Wax Museum Nightclub The Mob
March 22, 1984 Manchester Unknown venue
March 23, 1984 Albany University at Albany, SUNY
March 29, 1984 West Hartford Agora Ballroom Broken Angels
March 30, 1984 Brockton Scotch 'n' Sounds The Vex
April 6, 1984 Salisbury Unknown venue
North America[92][93][94]
April 26, 1984 Charlottesville United States University Hall The Slickee Boys
April 27, 1984 The Bronx Rose Hill Gymnasium Walter Lure
April 28, 1984 Brockport Tuttle North Gym The Burns Sisters
April 29, 1984 Storrs University of Connecticut The Gap Band
May 4, 1984 Itacha Barton Hall
May 5, 1984 Cortland Dwyer Memorial Park Cheap Trick
David Johansen
May 17, 1984 Garden City Adelphi University
May 18, 1984 New Haven Twilight Zone
May 19, 1984 Mount Ivy Unknown venue
May 31, 1984 Richmond Cellar Door Beex
June 1, 1984 Norfolk The Boathouse
June 8, 1984 Ellington The Country Squire RTM
June 9, 1984 Swanzey Cheshire County Fairgrounds
(Summer RockFest)
N/A
June 16, 1984 New York City L'Amour East
North America
June 28, 1984 Providence United States The Living Room
June 29, 1984 Taunton Taunton High School (Red Cross Benefit) The Neighborhoods
June 30, 1984 Syracuse Unknown venue
July 1, 1984 Washington, D.C. Wax Museum Nightclub
North America
August 1, 1984 Rochester United States Rochester Community War Memorial Supporting act for:

Billy Idol

August 17, 1984 Hackettstown The Nook
August 28, 1984 New Haven Toad's Place
August 30, 1984 Selden Suffolk County Community College
August 31, 1984 West Hartford Agora Ballroom The Mob
September 2, 1984 Lido Beach Malibu Night Club
September 15, 1984 Stony Brook Stony Brook Gymnasium
North America[95][96][97][98]
October 5, 1984 Spring Valley United States Club Manhattan
October 6, 1984 New York City L'Amour East
October 9, 1984 Washington, D.C. Wax Museum Nightclub
October 11, 1984 North Dartmouth University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
October 12, 1984 Providence The Living Room Rash of Stabbings
October 13, 1984 Manchester The Casbah
October 19, 1984 Bethany Bethany College
October 20, 1984 Norfolk The Boathouse
October 24, 1984 Tampa Unknown venue
October 28, 1984 Hallandale Beach Button South
October 29, 1984 West Palm Beach The Bowery
October 30, 1984 Hallandale Beach Button South
October 31, 1984 Gainesville The Bandshell John Cafferty and the Beaver Brown Band
November 2, 1984 Atlanta Unknown venue
November 3, 1984
November 5, 1984 Destin Nightown
November 7, 1984 New Orleans Riverboat President
November 10, 1984 Houston Nite Moves
November 11, 1984 Austin Austin Opry House The Offenders
November 12, 1984 Dallas Arcadia Theatre
November 14, 1984 Albuquerque Student Union Building Crawling Walls
November 15, 1984 Phoenix Palace West Co-headlining with:
Black Flag
November 17, 1984 Los Angeles Hollywood Palladium Co-headlining with:
Black Flag
Supported by:
Minutemen
November 18, 1984 San Diego San Diego State University Co-headlining with:
Black Flag
November 20, 1984 Los Angeles Bovard Auditorium The Dream Syndicate
November 21, 1984 Pomona Pomona Valley Auditorium Agent Orange
Chardon Square
November 23, 1984[99] San Francisco Kabuki Theater Yanks
November 24, 1984 Palo Alto Keystone
November 27, 1984 Portland Starry Night
November 29, 1984 Vancouver Canada Commodore Ballroom Shanghai Dog
November 30, 1984 Seattle United States Hub Ballroom The Eagertones
December 1, 1984 Eugene EMU Ballroom Junk 57
The Rats
December 3, 1984 Carmichael Entertainment Factory Tales of Terror
Pariah
December 4, 1984 San Jose Unknown venue
December 5, 1984 Berkeley Berkeley Square
December 7, 1984 Las Vegas University of Nevada, Las Vegas Unknown support
December 9, 1984 Los Angeles Palace Theatre The D.I.'s
December 12, 1984 St. Louis Mississippi Nights White Animals
December 13, 1984 Milwaukee Eagles Ballroom EIEIO
December 14, 1984 Chicago Aragon Ballroom Naked Raygun
The Higsons
December 15, 1984 Detroit Traxx
December 16, 1984
December 26, 1984 West Islip Unknown venue
December 27, 1984 New York City The Ritz
December 28, 1984
December 29, 1984 Providence Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel

Typical setlist[edit]

  1. "Durango 95"
  2. "Teenage Lobotomy"
  3. "Psycho Therapy"
  4. "Blitzkrieg Bop"
  5. "Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Radio?"
  6. "Danger Zone"
  7. "Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment"
  8. "Rock 'n' Roll High School"
  9. "I Wanna Be Sedated"
  10. "Beat on the Brat"
  11. "Go Mental"
  12. "The KKK Took My Baby Away"
  13. "I Don't Wanna Walk Around with You"
  14. "Suzy Is a Headbanger"
  15. "Let's Dance" (Chris Montez cover)
  16. "I'm Affected"
  17. "Too Tough to Die"
  18. "Chinese Rock"
  19. "Wart Hog"
  20. "Rockaway Beach"
  21. "Surfin' Bird" (The Trashmen cover)
  22. "Cretin Hop"
  23. "California Sun" (Joe Jones cover)
  24. "Today Your Love, Tomorrow the World"
  25. "Pinhead"

Encore:

  1. "Mama's Boy"
  2. "Highest Trails Above"
  3. "Sheena Is a Punk Rocker"

Encore 2:

  1. "Howling at the Moon (Sha-La-La)"
  2. "Judy Is a Punk"
  3. "We're a Happy Family"

1985[edit]

Date City Country Venue Supporting act(s)
North America[100]
January 3, 1985 Boston United States The Metro
January 4, 1985 West Hartford Agora Ballroom
January 9, 1985 Mount Vernon Unknown venue
January 12, 1985 Asbury Park The Stone Pony Partners in Crime
North America[100]
January 25, 1985 Lexington United States Unknown venue
January 30, 1985 Washington, D.C. The Bayou
January 31, 1985 Unknown venue
February 8, 1985 New York City L'Amour
February 12, 1985 Unknown venue
February 14, 1985 Lowell Cumnock Hall
February 15, 1985 Worcester E. M. Loew's Theatre of Performing Arts
February 16, 1985 Manchester The Casbah
February 17, 1985 Upper Darby Tower Theater Opening act for:
Joan Jett & the Blackhearts
February 18, 1985 Baltimore Girard's
Europe
February 24, 1985 London England Lyceum Ballroom Restless
Gene Loves Jezebel
February 25, 1985
February 26, 1985
February 27, 1985
North America[101][102]
March 7, 1985 Garden City United States University Center Ballroom Aku Aku
March 8, 1985 Providence The Living Room
March 9, 1985 New York City L'Amour Frehley's Comet
March 14, 1985 Athens Unknown venue
March 15, 1985 Detroit Traxx
March 16, 1985
March 18, 1985 Columbus Newport Music Hall
March 19, 1985 Newport Jockey Club Suicidal Tendencies
March 20, 1985 Pittsburgh Heaven
March 29, 1985 Buffalo Unknown venue
March 30, 1985 Syracuse Manley Field House Todd Hobin Band
March 31, 1985 Hamden Quinnipiac College Gymnasium New Johnny 5
April 4, 1985 Baltimore Marble Bar
April 5, 1985 Norfolk The Boathouse
April 6, 1985 Newaek Main Street Cabaret
April 12, 1985 Durham Unknown venue
April 13, 1985 Trenton City Gardens Loudness
North America[103][104]
April 27, 1985 Worcester United States Assumption University
May 3, 1985 New Haven University of New Haven Funkestra
Newcleus
May 4, 1985 Jamesburg Emmetts Inn
May 5, 1985 Trenton City Gardens
May 7, 1985 Garden City Unknown venue
May 9, 1985 Rochester Scorgie's
May 10, 1985 Buffalo Buffalo State New Gym Practice Field The Reducers
May 12, 1985 Hartford Trinity College 'Til Tuesday
May 20, 1985 Providence The Living Room
May 25, 1985 Hartford Agora Ballroom George Thorogood and The Destroyers
Regular Joes
May 27, 1985 Blacksburg Burruss Hall Auditorium George Thorogood and The Destroyers
May 28, 1985 Richmond Cellar Door Suzy Saxon and the Anglos
May 30, 1985 New York City The Ritz Crossfire Choir
May 31, 1985
June 7, 1985 Oyster Bay Unknown venue
June 8, 1985 Hampton Bay Club Casino
June 14, 1985 Scotia Skyway Club
June 15, 1985 New York City L'Amour
Europe
June 22, 1985 Milton Keynes England Milton Keynes National Bowl

(The Longest Day)

N/A
June 24, 1985 Dublin Ireland Television Club
June 25, 1985
June 26, 1985 Belfast Northern Ireland Queen’s Students’ Union
June 28, 1985 Glasgow Scotland Barrowland Ballroom Styng Rites
June 30, 1985 Roskilde Denmark Darupvej (Roskilde Festival) N/A
July 2, 1985 Berlin Germany Tempodrom
July 3, 1985 Hamburg Ernst-Merck-Halle Hh-milch
July 4, 1985 Bochum Ruhrlandhalle
July 6, 1985 Torhout Belgium Achiel Eeckloo Rockweide (Rock Werchter) N/A
July 7, 1985 Werchter Werchter Festivalpark (Rock Werchter)
North America[105]
August 9, 1985 Worcester United States E. M. Loew's Theatre of Performing Arts
August 10, 1985 Middletown J. Bee's Rock III Shy Talk
August 11, 1985 Hampton Bays Unknown venue
August 12, 1985 New Haven Toad's Place
North America
August 21, 1985 Boston United States Spit
August 22, 1985 Branford Sneakers
August 24, 1985 Norfolk The Boathouse
August 25, 1985 Washington, D.C. The Bayou
August 26, 1985
August 27, 1985 Ocean City Over The Rainbow
September 1, 1985 Lido Beach Unknown venue
North America
September 20, 1985 Hartford United States Agora Ballroom
September 21, 1985 Albany J.B. Scott's
North America[106][107]
October 5, 1985 Asbury Park United States The Stone Pony
October 11, 1985 Spring Valley Unknown Venue Fahrenheit 451
October 12, 1985 Providence The Living Room
October 13, 1985 East Madow
October 26, 1985 College Park University of Maryland, College Park Frankie and the Actions
November 1, 1985 Amherst University of Massachusetts
North America[108][109][107][110]
November 22, 1985 Commack United States Unknown venue
November 23, 1985 Lewistown Bucknell University The Reducers
November 27, 1985 Trenton City Gardens Mosquitos
November 29, 1985 New York City L'Amour Reagan Youth
December 7, 1985 Plattsburgh Angell Center Ballroom
December 31, 1985 New York City The World Beastie Boys

Typical setlist[edit]

  1. "Durango 95"
  2. "Teenage Lobotomy"
  3. "Psycho Therapy"
  4. "Blitzkrieg Bop"
  5. "Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Radio?"
  6. "Danger Zone"
  7. "Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment"
  8. "Rock 'n' Roll High School"
  9. "I Wanna Be Sedated"
  10. "Beat on the Brat"
  11. "The KKK Took My Baby Away"
  12. "Go Mental"
  13. "I Don't Wanna Walk Around with You" or "Commando" or "Judy Is a Punk"
  14. "Suzy Is a Headbanger"
  15. "Let's Dance" (Chris Montez cover)
  16. "53rd & 3rd" or "I'm Affected"
  17. "Too Tough to Die"
  18. "Chinese Rock"
  19. "Wart Hog"
  20. "Rockaway Beach"
  21. "Surfin' Bird" (The Trashmen cover)
  22. "Cretin Hop"
  23. "California Sun" (Joe Jones cover)
  24. "Today Your Love, Tomorrow the World"
  25. "Pinhead"

Encore:

  1. "Mama's Boy"
  2. "Highest Trails Above"
  3. "Sheena Is a Punk Rocker"

Encore 2:

  1. "Howling at the Moon (Sha-La-La)" or "Chasing the Night"
  2. "I Don't Wanna Go Down to the Basement" or "I Don't Wanna Walk Around with You" or "Judy Is a Punk"
  3. "We're a Happy Family"

1986[edit]

Date City Country Venue Opening act(s)[111]
North America[112][113]
April 11, 1986 Fredonia United States Williams Center The Splatcats
April 12, 1986 Rochester The Palestra Mosquitos
April 14, 1986 Philadelphia Temple University
April 19, 1986 Burlington Unknown venue
April 20, 1986 Durham University of New Hampshire Field House Perfect Edge
April 25, 1986 Randolph Obsessions
April 26, 1986 New Brunswick Livingston Campus Lawn
Europe[114][115][116]
May 4, 1986 London England Hammersmith Palais The Prisoners
Thrashing Doves
May 5, 1986
May 6, 1986 Clarendon Hotel Ballroom
May 7, 1986 Brighton Top Rank Suite The Prisoners
May 8, 1986 Poole Poole Arts Centre
May 9, 1986 St. Austell Cornwall Coliseum
May 11, 1986 Bristol The Studio The Prisoners
May 12, 1986 Birmingham Birmingham Odeon
May 13, 1986 Preston Preston Guild Hall
May 14, 1986 Edinburgh Scotland Edinburgh Playhouse The Prisoners
May 15, 1986 Newcastle England Mayfair Ballroom
May 17, 1986 Leeds University of Leeds
May 18, 1986 Manchester Manchester Apollo
May 19, 1986 Nottingham Rock City
North America
June 20, 1986 Albany United States J.B. Scott's
June 21, 1986 West Hartford Agora Ballroom The Queers
June 22, 1986 Hampton Beach Club Casino Infidelics
June 24, 1986 New Haven Toad's Place The Queers
June 25, 1986 Providence The Living Room
June 27, 1986 New York City L'Amour
June 28, 1986 Philadelphia Chestnut Cabaret
June 29, 1986 Baltimore Hammerjack's
June 30, 1986 Norfolk The Boathouse The Smithereens
July 1, 1986 Washington, D.C. The Bayou
July 2, 1986 Unknown venue
July 8, 1986 Oyster Bay
July 11, 1986 Trenton City Gardens The Shades
July 12, 1986 Asbury Park The Stone Pony
July 17, 1986 McKees Rocks Mancini's Lounge
July 19, 1986 Detroit Traxx
July 20, 1986
July 21, 1986 Lakewood Phantasy Theater Attitude
July 22, 1986 Columbus Newport Music Hall Infidelics
July 23, 1986 Newport Jockey Club Angry Red Planet
July 25, 1986 Chicago Metro Chicago The Service
The Dead Milkmen
July 26, 1986
July 27, 1986 Minneapolis First Avenue
Europe
August 2, 1986 Veurne Belgium Kruispunt Europalaan Pannestraat
(Seaside Festival)
N/A
August 3, 1986 Sneek Netherlands IJsbaanterrein
(Sneekwave)
August 4, 1986 Amsterdam Melkweg Ivy Green
August 5, 1986
North America[117]
August 31, 1986 Lido Beach United States Unknown venue
September 11, 1986 San Diego UCSD Gymnasium
September 13, 1986 Los Angeles Hollywood Palladium Social Distortion
September 14, 1986 Carmichael El Dorado Saloon Social Unrest
Doggy Style
September 15, 1986 San Francisco Wolfgang's
September 16, 1986
September 17, 1986 Santa Clara One Step Beyond
September 19, 1986 Long Beach Fender's Ballroom The Vandals
Screamin' Sirens
September 21, 1986 Los Angeles The Palace Channel 3
Chardon Square
September 22, 1986 Riverside Club Metro
September 23, 1986 San Diego Bacchanal
September 24, 1986 West Hollywood Whisky a Go Go Secret Surprize
North America[118][119][120][121]
October 10, 1986 Trenton United States City Gardens
October 11, 1986 New York City L'Amour
October 16, 1986 Northampton Unknown venue
October 17, 1986 West Hartford Agora Ballroom The Reducers
October 18, 1986 Providence The Living Room
October 24, 1986 Washington, D.C. AU Tavern
October 25, 1986 Philadelphia Chestnut Cabaret
October 31, 1986 Roslyn My Father's Place
November 1, 1986 Bridgeport University of Bridgeport
November 3, 1986 Boston Unknown venue
November 6, 1986 New York City The Ritz The Chesterfield Kings
November 7, 1986
November 15, 1986 Kent Kent State University
November 16, 1986 Buffalo The Inferno
November 18, 1986 Montclair Montclair State College
November 21, 1986 South Amboy Club Bene
November 22, 1986 Medford Unknown venue
December 4, 1986 Waltham Levin Ballroom The Lemonheads
December 5, 1986 Rochester Unknown venue
December 6, 1986 Alfred Alfred University The Chesterfield Kings
December 19, 1986 New York City L'Amour East
December 20, 1986 Bay Shore Sundance
December 31, 1986 Roslyn My Father's Place

Typical setlist[edit]

  1. "Eat That Rat"
  2. "Teenage Lobotomy"
  3. "Psycho Therapy"
  4. "Blitzkrieg Bop"
  5. "Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Radio?"
  6. "Freak of Nature"
  7. "Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment"
  8. "Rock 'n' Roll High School"
  9. "I Wanna Be Sedated"
  10. "The KKK Took My Baby Away"
  11. "Crummy Stuff"
  12. "Loudmouth"
  13. "Love Kills"
  14. "Sheena Is a Punk Rocker"
  15. "Glad to See You Go"
  16. "I Just Want to Have Something to Do"
  17. "Too Tough to Die"
  18. "Mama's Boy"
  19. "Animal Boy"
  20. "Wart Hog"
  21. "Surfin' Bird" (The Trashmen cover)
  22. "Cretin Hop"
  23. "I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You"
  24. "Today Your Love, Tomorrow the World"
  25. "Pinhead"

Encore:

  1. "Chinese Rock"
  2. "Somebody Put Something in My Drink"
  3. "Rockaway Beach"

Encore 2:

  1. "Do You Want to Dance" (Bobby Freeman cover)
  2. "California Sun" (Joe Jones cover)
  3. "We're a Happy Family"

1987[edit]

Date City Country Venue Opening act(s)
North America
January 3, 1987 Trenton United States City Gardens Shock Mommies
January 4, 1987 Washington, D.C. The Bayou
North America
January 23, 1987 Providence United States The Living Room
January 24, 1987 Poughkeepsie The Chance Zebra
South America
January 31, 1987 São Paulo Brazil Palace Theatre
February 1, 1987
February 4, 1987 Buenos Aires Argentina Estadio Obras Sanitarias
North America
February 20, 1987 Pittsburgh United States Syria Mosque The Cynics
February 21, 1987 Allentown Airport Road Music Hall The Mating Index
February 26, 1987 Wayne William Paterson University
February 27, 1987 Asbury Park The Stone Pony Aerrage
February 28, 1987 Philadelphia Chestnut Cabaret The Daves
North America[122]
March 20, 1987 Dallas United States Longhorn Ballroom
March 21, 1987 Austin The Backroom Zulu Time
March 22, 1987 Houston The Fast and Cool Club
March 23, 1987 New Orleans McAlister Auditorium Skinsect
March 25, 1987 Atlanta Buckhead Cinema and Drafthouse Drivin N Cryin
March 26, 1987 Tallahassee The Moon The Slut Boys
March 27, 1987 Tampa Fort Homer Hesterly Armory The Fanatics
March 28, 1987 Cocoa Beach Brassy's Nightclub
March 29, 1987 Miami Beach Cameo Theatre The Drills
North America
April 22, 1987 Garden City United States Nassau Community College
April 23, 1987 New York City Wave Street
April 25, 1987 West Hartford Agora Ballroom The Reducers
The Ring
April 26, 1987 New Haven Toad's Place Last Supper
April 30, 1987 Williamstown Unknown venue
May 1, 1987 Brunswick Bowdoin College
May 2, 1987 Albany State University of New York at Albany Co-headlining with:
Joan Jett & the Blackhearts
May 3, 1987 Hadley Unknown venue
May 8, 1987 Randolph Obsessions
May 9, 1987 New York City L'Amour
May 15, 1987 Providence The Living Room
May 16, 1987 Bay Shore Sundance
May 29, 1987 Darien Lake Unknown venue
May 30, 1987 Poughkeepsie The Chance
North America[123]
June 18, 1987 Harrisburg United States The Metron
June 19, 1987 Ocean City Scandals Nightclub
June 20, 1987 Philadelphia Chestnut Cabaret
June 26, 1987 Oyster Bay Rumrunner
June 27, 1987 New York City Flushing Meadows Park
(Queens Festival '87)
N/A
June 28, 1987 Washington, D.C. The Bayou
June 29, 1987
June 30, 1987
July 1, 1987 Norfolk The Boathouse
July 21, 1987 Toronto Canada RPM Club Shadowy Men on a Shadowy Planet
July 22, 1987
July 23, 1987 Forgotten Rebels
July 24, 1987 Ottawa Porter Hall Grave Concern
North America[124][125][126]
August 12, 1987 East Hampton United States Jag (Richie's last show)
August 28, 1987* Providence The Living Room
August 29, 1987* Trenton City Gardens Warzone
Goo Goo Dolls
September 4. 1987 Oyster Bay Heartbeat (First show with Marky again)
September 5, 1987 Washington, D.C. Unknown venue
September 6, 1987 Commack
September 10, 1987 New York City The Ritz Manitoba's Wild Kingdom
September 11, 1987 Crash Conference
September 16, 1987 Spring Valley Club Tronix
September 18, 1987 Los Angeles Hollywood Palladium T.S.O.L.
September 19, 1987 Fresno Wilson Theatre
September 21, 1987 San Francisco City Nights Club Attitude
September 22, 1987 The Stone
September 23, 1987 Santa Clara One Step Beyond
September 25, 1987 Long Beach Fender's Ballroom D.I.
The Neighborhoods
September 26, 1987 Los Angeles California State University, Northridge The Dickies
September 27, 1987 West Hollywood The Roxy T.S.O.L.
Europe[127][128]
October 5, 1987 Copenhagen Denmark Saga Rockteater Gaye Bykers on Acid
October 6, 1987 Hamburg Germany Große Freiheit 36
October 7, 1987 Amsterdam Netherlands Paradiso Grote Zaal
October 8, 1987 Düsseldorf Germany Tor 3
October 9, 1987 Munich Alabama-Halle
October 11, 1987 Milan Italy Prego Club
October 12, 1987 Zürich Switzerland Volkshaus
October 13, 1987 Paris France Théâtre de la Mutualité
October 15, 1987 Sheffield England Octagon Centre The Sex Gods
October 16, 1987 Newcastle Mayfair Ballroom
October 17, 1987 Leeds University of Leeds The Sex Gods
October 18, 1987 Glasgow Scotland Barrowland Ballroom
October 20, 1987 Nottingham England Rock City
October 21, 1987 Norwich University of East Anglia
October 22, 1987 Manchester International II
October 23, 1987 Liverpool University of Liverpool The Sex Gods
October 24, 1987 Cardiff Wales Cardiff University
October 25, 1987 Birmingham England The Hummingbird Flesh for Lulu
The Sex Gods
October 26, 1987 London Brixton Academy
North America[129]
October 31, 1987 Alexandria Unted States Unknown venue
November 12, 1987 Wilmington Mad Monk
November 13, 1987 Greenville The Attic
November 14, 1987 Charlotte Kidnappers Misguided Youth
November 15, 1987 Charlottesville Trax
November 18, 1987 Boston The Metro
November 19, 1987 Providence The Living Room
November 20, 1987 Allentown Airport Road Music Hall The Original Sins
November 21, 1987 New York City L'Amour
November 22, 1987 Glassboro Esbjornson Gymnasium
November 27, 1987 Bay Shore Sundance
December 3, 1987 New Haven Toad's Place
December 4, 1987 Randolph Obsessions
December 5, 1987 Poughkeepsie Vassar College
December 9, 1987 Baltimore Unknown venue
December 10, 1987 Washington, D.C. The Bayou
December 11, 1987
December 12, 1987 Oyster Bay Unknown venue
December 13, 1987 Philadelphia Trocadero Theatre
December 31, 1987 Bay Shore Sundance

*With Clem Burke on drums

1988[edit]

Date City Country Venue Opening act(s)
North America[130]
January 1, 1988 Trenton United States City Gardens Adrenalin O.D.
January 2, 1988 New York City The Ritz Manitoba's Wild Kingdom
January 28, 1988 Dallas Arcadia Theater
January 29, 1988 Austin The Backroom The Nieghborhood
January 30, 1998
January 31, 1988 Houston Club Xcess
February 1, 1998 New Orleans Tipitina's Dash Rip Rock
February 3, 1988 Atlanta Center Stage Antiheroes
February 4, 1988 Tallahassee The Moon Corrosion of Conformity
February 5, 1988 Jacksonville Unknown venue
February 6, 1988 St. Petersburg Jannus Landing Corrosion of Conformity
February 7, 1988 Miami Club 1235
February 19, 1988 Aguadilla Ramey Air Force Base
February 20, 1988
North America[131]
March 11, 1988 South Amboy United States Club Bene
March 12, 1988 New York City Unknown venue
March 13, 1988 Hempstead
March 18, 1988 Oswego Laker Hall Gym Heathen's Rage
March 19, 1988 Rochester Idols Cowpokes
March 24, 1988 New York City Wave Street
March 26, 1988 Allentown Airport Road Music Hall The Sins
North America[132][133][134]
April 22, 1988 Trenton United States City Gardens Prong
April 23, 1988 Philadelphia Hank DeVincent Field Beru Revue
The Romantics
April 27, 1988 Providence The Living Room Beve Buell & The Gargoyles
April 29, 1988 Commack Showcase
April 30, 1988 Oswego Unknown venue
May 3, 1988 Toronto Canada RPM Club The Dik Van Dykes
May 4, 1988
May 5, 1988
May 6, 1988 Amherst United States Baird Point (Spring Fest) N/A
May 7, 1988 Rochester Frank Ritter Memorial Ice Arena
May 19, 1988 Brewster Unknown venue
May 20, 1988 New Rochelle Streets
May 21, 1988 Philadelphia Chestnut Cabaret Vernon Reid
Living Colour
Europe[135]
June 2, 1988 Stockholm Sweden Gröna Lund
June 3, 1988 Lund Mejeriet
June 4, 1988 Seinäjoki Finland Törnävä
(Provinssirock)
N/A
June 6, 1988 Paris France Unknown venue
June 7, 1988 Tilburg Netherlands Noorderligt
June 8, 1988 Amsterdam Paradiso Grote Zaal
June 9, 1988 The Seers
June 10, 1988 Groningen De Oosterpoort The Seers
Boegies
June 11, 1988 Göttingen Germany Sportpark
(Rock im Sportpark Festival)
N/A
June 12, 1988 Berlin Messehalle 1 The Stranglers
The Godfathers
The Seers
June 13, 1988 Düsseldorf Philipshalle
June 15, 1988 London England Brixton Academy The Seers
Crazy Pink Revolvers
Romeo Street Gang
North America[136][137][138]
July 1, 1988 New York City United States L'Amour Cycle Sluts from Hell
July 2, 1988 Poughkeepsie The Chance
July 7, 1988 San Diego Bacchanal The Giant Burritos
July 8, 1988 Los Angeles Hollywood Palladium The Dickies
July 10, 1988 San Francisco The Fillmore Sea Hags
The Field Mice
July 11, 1988 The Dickies
Snatches of Pink
July 12, 1988 Santa Clara One Step Beyond The Dickies
July 13, 1988
July 15, 1988 Anaheim Celebrity Theatre Adolescents
The Crowd
July 16, 1988 Los Angeles John Anson Ford Amphitheatre Thelonious Monster
Camper Van Beethoven
July 17, 1988 Santa Barbara The Graduate Adolescents
Lazy Cowgirls
July 18, 1988 West Hollywood Roxy Theatre
North America[133]
August 2, 1988 New Haven United States Toad's Place
August 3, 1988 Uniondale Lobster A-Go-Go
August 4, 1988 Brewster Polo's
August 5, 1988 Trenton City Gardens The Dickies
August 12, 1988 Commack Showcase
August 13, 1988 Philadelphia Chestnut Cabaret
August 14, 1988 Baltimore Hammerjack's
August 15, 1988 Washington, D.C. The Bayou
August 16, 1988
August 19, 1988 New York City The Ritz The Dickies
Richie Stotts Band
August 20, 1988 The Dickies
Cycle Sluts from Hell
Europe
August 26, 1988 Reading England Little John's Farm
(Reading Festival)
N/A
August 27, 1988 Hechtel-Eksel Belgium Sanicole Airfield
(Pukkelpop)
North America[139][140]
September 13, 1988 South Amboy United States Club Bene
September 14, 1988 Boston The Channel Voodoo Dolls
The Matweeds
September 15, 1988 Providence The Living Room Jane's Addiction
September 21, 1988 Pittsburgh Syria Mosque
September 22, 1988 Kent The Draft House N/A
September 23, 1988 Chicago Aragon Ballroom Co-headlining with:
Iggy Pop
Supported by:
The Dickies
September 24, 1988 Detroit Harpo's The Dickies
September 26, 1988 Cincinnati Bogart's
September 27, 1988 Columbus Newport Music Hall
September 28, 1988 Indianapolis The Vogue The Dickies
September 29, 1988 St. Louis Mississippi Nights
October 1, 1988 Lakewood Phantasy Theater
October 6, 1988 New York City Unknown venue
October 7, 1988 Poughkeepsie The Chance
October 8, 1988 Rochester Renaissance Theater The Fugitives
October 9, 1988 Cohoes Saratoga Winners
October 13, 1988 Island Park Club California
October 14, 1988 Trenton City Gardens The Citizens
October 15, 1988 Vision
Asia
October 24, 1988 Tokyo Japan Nakano Sun Plaza
October 25, 1988
October 26, 1988 Kobe Fish Dance Hall
October 27, 1988 Osaka Midou Kaikan
October 28, 1988 Tokyo MZA Ariake
North America[141][142]
November 11, 1988 Dallas United States Arcadia Theatre
November 12, 1988 Austin The Backroom
November 13, 1988
November 14, 1988 College Station The Parthenon N/A
November 15, 1988 Houston Club Xcess
November 16, 1988 New Orleans Tipitina's
November 18, 1988 St. Petersburg Jannus Landing The Dickies
November 19, 1988 Miami Beach Cameo Theatre
November 20, 1988 Orlando Visage Nightclub Rose Shadows
November 22, 1988 Atlanta Center Stage
December 1, 1988 New York City Fordham University
December 2, 1988 Baltimore Hammerjack's
December 10, 1988 Durham Unknown venue
December 11, 1988 New Haven Toad's Place The Dissidents
North America
December 30, 1988 Providence United States The Living Room Voodoo Dolls
December 31, 1988 New York City Irving Plaza Richie Stotts

Typical setlist[edit]

  1. "Durango 95"
  2. "Teenage Lobotomy"
  3. "Psycho Therapy"
  4. "Blitzkrieg Bop"
  5. "Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Radio?"
  6. "Bop Til' You Drop"
  7. "Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment"
  8. "Rock 'n' Roll High School"
  9. "I Wanna Be Sedated"
  10. "I Don't Want You" or "Beat on the Brat"
  11. "Chinese Rock"
  12. "Weasel Face"
  13. "Commando"
  14. "Sheena Is a Punk Rocker"
  15. "Rockaway Beach"
  16. "Garden of Serenity" or "Needles and Pins" (Jackie DeShannon cover)
  17. "I Just Want to Have Something to Do"
  18. "Too Tough to Die"
  19. "Mama's Boy"
  20. "Animal Boy"
  21. "Wart Hog"
  22. "Surfin' Bird" (The Trashmen cover)
  23. "Cretin Hop"
  24. "I Don't Wanna Walk Around with You"
  25. "Today Your Love, Tomorrow the World"
  26. "Pinhead"

Encore:

  1. "I Wanna Live"
  2. "Somebody Put Something in My Drink"
  3. "Bonzo Goes to Bitburg"

Encore 2:

  1. "Do You Want to Dance" (Bobby Freeman cover)
  2. "California Sun" (Joe Jones cover) or "Let's Dance" (Chris Montez cover) or "Judy Is a Punk"
  3. "We're a Happy Family"

1989[edit]

Date City Country Venue Opening act(s)
North America[143]
January 16, 1989 Washington, D.C. United States The Bayou
January 17, 1989
January 19, 1989 Nashville Center Stage Club Manikenz
January 20, 1989 Lexington Rhinestones Music Palace
January 21, 1989 Louisville Phoenix Hill Tavern
January 23, 1989 Columbia Greenstreets
January 24, 1989 Charlotte Pterodactyl Club Surfin' Sid

The Moguls

January 25, 1989 Norfolk The Boathouse
January 27, 1989 New York City The Ritz Circus of Power
January 28, 1989
Europe
February 7, 1989 Madrid Spain Pabellón de la Ciudad Deportiva del Real Madrid BB sin sed
Carnavales
February 8, 1989 Barcelona Palau dels Esports BB sin sed
February 9, 1989 Valencia Arena Auditorium
February 10, 1989
February 11, 1989 San Sebastián Polideportivo Anoeta
February 12, 1989
North America
February 24, 1989 Poughkeepsie United States The Chance Richie Stotts
February 25, 1989 Philadelphia Chestnut Cabaret Jodi Bongiovi
North America[144]
March 24, 1989 Canton United States Madill Hall Story Lloyd
March 25, 1989 Cohoes Saratoga Winners
March 31, 1989 New York City Our Lady of Lourdes Church
April 1, 1989 Baltimore Hammerjack's
April 6, 1989 New Haven Toad's Place
April 7, 1989 Lancaster The Chameleon Club
April 15, 1989 Stony Brook Stony Brook University
Europe
May 2, 1989 Monfalcone Italy Valentini's Disco
May 3, 1989 Milan Rolling Stone
May 4, 1989 Florence Palasport
May 6, 1989 Dueville Palasport
May 7, 1989 Rimini Velvet Club
May 8, 1989 Modena Palasport
May 9, 1989 Rome Teatro Tendastrisce
May 10, 1989 Corciano Quasar Club
May 12, 1989 Athens Greece Rodon Club
May 13, 1989
May 14, 1989
May 15, 1989
North America[145][146][147][148][149][150]
May 26, 1989 Boston United States The Channel The Queers

Classic Ruins

May 27, 1989 Providence The Living Room High Horse
June 2, 1989 Los Angeles Hollywood Palladium
June 3, 1989 Long Beach California State University Agent Orange

Richie Stotts

June 4, 1989 Los Angeles Reseda Country Club Murphy's Law
Richie Stotts
June 17, 1989 San Francisco The Stone Siren Kings

Liquid Sky

June 18, 1989 Petaluma Phoenix Theater Murphy's Law
June 19, 1989 Santa Clara One Step Beyond
June 20, 1989 Santa Barbara La Casa de la Raza R.K.L.
Chemikill
June 22, 1989 San Diego Bacchanal
June 23, 1989 Tijuana Mexico Iguana's Nightclub
June 24, 1989 San Pedro United States Warner Grand Theatre Bad Religion

Firehose

June 25, 1989 Los Angeles Reseda Country Club The Hangmen
The Dickies
June 27, 1989 Portland Starry Night
June 28, 1989 Vancouver Canada 86th Street Music Hall
June 29, 1989 Seattle United States The Showbox
July 1, 1989 San Francisco The Fillmore Murphy's Law
White Trash Debutantes
July 2, 1989
July 3, 1989 Santa Cruz The Catalyst
July 4, 1989 Santa Clara One Step Beyond
(Dee Dee's last shows)
July 5, 1989
Europe[151][152][153][154][155][156]
September 30, 1989 Leicester England Rockandy (C.J.'s first show)[157] The Almighty
October 1, 1989 Liverpool Royal Court Theatre John Moore & the Expressway
October 2, 1989 Glasgow Scotland Barrowland Ballroom
October 3, 1989 Newcastle England Mayfair Ballroom John Moore & the Expressway
October 4. 1989 Manchester International 2 The Almighty
October 6, 1989 Leeds University of Leeds John Moore & the Expressway
October 7, 1989 Birmingham The Hummingbird The Almighty
October 8, 1989 Bristol The Studio
October 9, 1989 London Town and Country Club
October 10, 1989
October 11, 1989
Oceania[158]
October 31, 1989 Auckland New Zealand Powerstation
November 1, 1989
November 3, 1989 Melbourne Australia The Palace Complex
November 4, 1989
November 5, 1989
November 6, 1989 Adelaide Old Lion Hotel
November 7, 1989 Perth Cargo's Niteclub
November 9, 1989 Sydney Enmore Theatre
November 10, 1989 Hordern Pavilion
November 11, 1989 Selina's Coogee Bay Hotel
November 12, 1989 Brisbane Brisbane Festival Hall
Europe[159][160]
November 22, 1989 Offenbach Germany Stadthalle Offenbach Ghost Dance
Plan B
November 23, 1989 Bonn Biskuithalle
November 24, 1989 Oberhausen Music Circus Ruhr
November 25, 1989 Hamburg Docks
November 26, 1989 Berlin Eissporthalle
November 27, 1989
November 28, 1989 Bielefeld PC69
November 29, 1989 Neumarkt Große Jurahalle
November 30, 1989 Böblingen Sporthalle
December 1, 1989 Deinze Belgium Brielpoort Ghost Dance
The Saints
December 2, 1989 Utrecht Netherlands Tivoli Ghost Dance
December 3, 1989 Rotterdam Nighttown
December 4, 1989 Amsterdam Paradiso Grote Zaal
North America
December 12, 1989 New Haven United States Toad's Place The Innocence Mission
December 13, 1989 Poughkeepsie The Chance B.B. Bule and The Gargoyles
December 14, 1989 Philadelphia Chestnut Cabaret King Flux
December 15, 1989 New York City The Ritz Warzone
GBH
December 16, 1989

1990[edit]

Date City Country Venue Opening act(s)
North America[161]
February 23, 1990 Trenton United States City Gardens The Fiendz
February 24, 1990 Sag Harbor Bay Street Theater
February 25, 1990 Cohoes Saratoga Winners King Flux
March 1, 1990 Charlottesville Unknown venue
March 2, 1990 Fredericksburg University of Mary Washington N.Y. Citizens
March 3, 1990 Emmitsburg Mount St. Mary's University
March 4, 1990 Reading The Silo
March 8, 1990 Boston Citi Club
March 9, 1990
March 10, 1990 Providence The Living Room
Europe
March 22, 1990 Copenhagen Denmark Pumpehuset
March 23, 1990 Tampere Finland Pakkahuone
March 24, 1990 Turku Konserttitalo
March 25, 1990 Helsinki Kulttuuritalo
March 27, 1990 Stockholm Sweden Globen Annexet
March 28, 1990 Gothenburg Nya Vågen The Nomads
March 29, 1990 Lund Mejeriet
March 30, 1990 Karlskoga Bergslagshallen
March 31, 1990 Hultsfred Hagadals Sportcentrum
April 1, 1990 Oslo Norway Chateau Neuf
North America[162][163][164][165]
April 18, 1990 Norman United States Oklahoma Memorial Union Trouble
April 19, 1990 Dallas Arcadia Theatre
April 20, 1990 Austin The Backroom
April 21, 1990
April 23, 1990 New Orleans Tipitina's
April 24, 1990 Birmingham Sloss Furnaces
April 26, 1990 Miami Beach Club Nu
April 27, 1990 Melbourne Power Station
April 28, 1990 Tampa The Cuban Club
April 29, 1990 Orlando Visage Nightclub
May 1, 1990 Atlanta The Masquerade
May 2, 1990 Nashville Cannery Ballroom
May 4, 1990 Winston-Salem Unknown venue
May 5, 1990 Wilmington Mad Monk
May 6, 1990 Raleigh The Switch Slurpee
May 8, 1990 Columbia Greenstreets
May 9, 1990 Charlotte 1313 Club
May 11, 1990 Baltimore Hammerjack's
May 12, 1990 Norfolk The Boathouse
May 13, 1990 Richmond The Flood Zone
May 14, 1990 Washington, D.C. The Bayou
May 15, 1990
Europe
June 23, 1990 Sankt Goarshausen Germany Freilichtbühne Loreley
(Bizarre Festival)
N/A
Escape from New York Tour[166]
(with Debbie Harry, Tom Tom Club, and Jerry Harrison)
June 28, 1990 Columbia United States Merriweather Post Pavilion N/A
June 29, 1990 Bristol Lake Compounce
July 1, 1990 Milwaukee Marcus Amphitheater
(Summerfest)
July 2, 1990 Clarkston Pine Knob Music Theatre
July 3, 1990 Toronto Canada Kingswood Music Theatre
July 4, 1990 Montreal La Ronde
July 6, 1990 Mansfield United States Great Woods Center For The Performing Arts
July 7, 1990 Portland Cumberland County Civic Center
July 8, 1990 Burlington Burlington Memorial Auditorium
July 9, 1990 Upper Darby Tower Theater
July 11, 1990 Jones Beach Jones Beach Theater
July 12, 1990 Holmdel Garden State Arts Center
July 13, 1990 Darien Lakeside Amphitheater
July 14, 1990 Cleveland Nautica Stage
July 16, 1990 Grove City Capital Music Center
July 17, 1990 Tinley Park World Music Theatre
July 18, 1990 Mason Timberwolf Amphitheater
July 19, 1990 Atlanta Coca-Cola Lakewood Amphitheatre
July 22, 1990 St. Louis Fox Theatre
July 23, 1990 Memphis Mud Island Amphitheater
July 24, 1990 Kansas City Sandstone Amphitheater
July 25, 1990 Tulsa River Parks Amphitheater
July 26, 1990 Dallas Fair Park Bandshell
July 27, 1990 Houston University of Houston
July 28, 1990 Austin Auditorium Shores
(Austin Aqua Festival)
July 30, 1990 Santa Fe Paolo Soleri Amphitheater
July 31, 1990 Greenwood Village Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre
August 1, 1990 Park City Park West
August 2, 1990 Irvine Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre
August 4, 1990 San Diego SDSU Open Air Theatre
August 6, 1990 Mesa Mesa Amphitheatre
August 8, 1990 Los Angeles Greek Theatre
August 9, 1990 The Palace
August 10, 1990 Ventura Ventura Theatre
August 11, 1990 Berkeley William Randolph Hearst Greek Theatre
August 12, 1990 San Francisco Warfield Theatre
August 14, 1990 Portland Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
August 15, 1990 Seattle Paramount Theatre
August 16, 1990 Victoria Canada Victoria Memorial Arena
August 17, 1990 Vancouver PNE Exhibition Bowl
Asia[167]
September 3, 1990 Osaka Japan Moda Hall N/A
September 4, 1990 Nagoya Nagoya Club Quattro
September 5, 1990 Kawasaki Club Citta Toy Boys
September 6, 1990
September 8, 1990 Nagoya Nagoya Club Quattro
September 9, 1990
September 10, 1990 Osaka Moda Hall
September 11, 1990
September 13, 1990 Kawasaki Club Citta
September 14, 1990
September 15, 1990
September 16, 1990
North America
October 4, 1990 Philadelphia United States Chestnut Cabaret
October 5, 1990 Baltimore Hammerjack's
October 6, 1990 New York City The Ritz Manitoba's Wild Kingdom
October 7, 1990 Trenton City Gardens
Europe[168]
November 13, 1990 Paris France Le Petit Olympia
November 14, 1990 Munich Germany Circus Krone
November 15, 1990 Völklingen Sporthalle
November 16, 1990 Bremen Stadhalle
November 17, 1990 Ghent Belgium 't Kuipke The Godfathers
November 19, 1990 Lyon France La Bourse du Travail
November 20, 1990 Zürich Switzerland Volkshaus
November 21, 1990 Vienna Austria Bank-Austria Zelt
November 22, 1990 Graz Orpheum Remnant
November 24, 1990 Zagreb Yugoslavia Dom Sportova
November 25, 1909 Ljubljana Tivoli Hall
November 26, 1990 Milan Italy Rolling Stone U.K. Subs
November 27, 1990 Rimini Slego
November 29, 1990 Zaragoza Spain Pabellón Francés
November 30, 1990 Madrid Pabellón de la Ciudad Deportiva del Real Madrid
December 1, 1990 Barcelona Palau dels Esports
December 2, 1990 San Sebastián Velódromo de Anoeta BB sin Sed
December 4, 1990 Valencia Arena Auditorium
December 5, 1990 Murcia Snoopy
December 7, 1990 Manchester England International 2 Metal Monkey Machine
December 8, 1990 London Brixton Academy Crazyhead
Drum
North America
December 27, 1990 Providence United States Campus Club
December 28, 1990 Boston Citi Club
December 29, 1990 New York City The Ritz Lunachicks
December 30, 1990 New Haven Toad's Place

Typical setlist[edit]

  1. "Durango 95"
  2. "Teenage Lobotomy"
  3. "Psycho Therapy"
  4. "Blitzkrieg Bop"
  5. "Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Radio?"
  6. "I Believe in Miracles"
  7. "Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment"
  8. "Rock 'n' Roll High School"
  9. "I Wanna Be Sedated"
  10. "Beat on the Brat"
  11. "I Wanna Live"
  12. "Bonzo Goes to Bitburg"
  13. "Go Mental" or "Commando"
  14. "Sheena Is a Punk Rocker"
  15. "Rockaway Beach"
  16. "Pet Sematary"
  17. "Don't Bust My Chops" or "53rd & 3rd"
  18. "She's the One" or "Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue"
  19. "Mama's Boy"
  20. "Animal Boy"
  21. "Wart Hog"
  22. "Surfin' Bird" (The Trashmen cover)
  23. "Cretin Hop"
  24. "I Don't Wanna Walk Around with You"
  25. "Today Your Love, Tomorrow the World"
  26. "Pinhead"

Encore:

  1. "Chinese Rock"
  2. "Somebody Put Something in My Drink"
  3. "California Sun" (Joe Jones cover) or "We're a Happy Family"

Encore 2:

  1. "Ignorance Is Bliss" or "I Just Want to Have Something to Do"
  2. "Judy Is a Punk" or "California Sun" (Joe Jones cover)
  3. "We're a Happy Family" or "Judy Is a Punk"

1991[edit]

Date City Country Venue Opening act(s)
Oceania
January 22, 1991 Gold Coast Australia The Playroom Hard-Ons
January 23, 1991 Byron Bay The Piggery Arts Factory
January 25, 1991 Brisbane Brisbane Festival Hall Hard-Ons
The New Christs
January 26, 1991 Sydney Hordern Pavilion
January 27, 1991 Wollongong Waves Wollongong
January 29, 1991 Dee Why Dee Why Hotel N/A
January 31, 1991 Adelaide Thebarton Theatre Hard-Ons
February 1, 1991 Melbourne Festival Hall Hard-Ons
The New Christs
February 2, 1991 Perth Robinson Pavilion Ratcat
Asia
February 5, 1991 Kawasaki Japan Club Citta N/A
February 6, 1991
February 7, 1991
Europe
March 6, 1991 Madrid Spain Pabellón de la Ciudad Deportiva del Real Madrid N/A
March 7, 1991 Oviedo La Real
March 8, 1991 Valladolid Polideportivo Huerta del Rey
March 9, 1991 Vigo Auditorio do Parque de Castrelos
March 11, 1991 Barcelona Zeleste
(Recording for Loco Live)
Numeros Rojos
March 12, 1991
March 13, 1991 Valencia Arena Auditorium N/A
March 15 1991 Pamplona Sala Ilargi
March 16, 1991 Mondragón Pabellón Zubi-Alde
March 17, 1991 Bilbao Unknown venue
March 18, 1991 Melgar de Fernamental Sala Vegas 2
North America
April 4, 1991 New Haven United States Toad's Place Saigon Kick
April 5, 1991 Philadelphia Chestnut Cabaret
April 6, 1991 Baltimore Hammerjack's
April 12, 1991 Allentown Airport Road Music Hall Roxie
Saigon Kick
April 13, 1991 Columbus Newport Music Hall Loudhouse
April 14, 1991 Detroit Club X N/A
April 15, 1991 Cincinnati Bogart's The Dickies
April 16, 1991 Pittsburgh Metropol Psycho Nurse
South America[169]
April 26, 1991 Buenos Aires Argentina Estadio Obras Sanitarias Los Violadores
April 27, 1991
April 28, 1991
April 30, 1991 São Paulo Brazil Dama XOC Ratos de Porão
May 1, 1991
May 2, 1991
May 4, 1991 Porto Alegre Gigantinho Justa Causa
North America
May 28, 1991 New Haven United States Toad's Place N/A
May 29, 1991 Trenton City Gardens
May 30, 1991 New Britain The Sting
May 31, 1991 Spring Valley World Stage
June 1, 1991 Asbury Park Fastlane 2 The Toll

Backseat

June 7, 1991 Tampa Ritz Theatre N/A
June 8, 1991 Miami Cameo Theatre
June 9, 1991 Orlando Visage Nightclub Potential Frenzy
June 11, 1991 Atlanta The Masquerade The Tombstones
June 12, 1991 Charlotte 1313 Club N/A
June 14, 1991 Raleigh Showcase Concert Hall
June 15, 1991 Winston-Salem Baity's Backstreet Music Garden
June 16, 1991 Greenville Character's Nightlife
June 18, 1991 Athens Georgia Theatre
June 19, 1991 Knoxville Bijou Theatre
June 21, 1991 Norfolk The Boathouse Left Wing Fascists
June 22, 1991 Richmond The Flood Zone N/A
June 23, 1991 Washington, D.C. The Bayou
Europe
July 6, 1991 La Spezia Italy Stadio Comunale Alberto Picco Litfiba
July 8, 1991 Turin Stadio Comunale Vittorio Pozzo N/A
July 10, 1991 Leysin Switzerland Centre des Sports
(Leysin Festival)
North America
August 6, 1991 Toronto Canada Kingswood Music Theatre N/A
August 8, 1991 Kitchener Bingeman Park
August 9, 1991 Toronto The Spectrum
August 10, 1991 Bala The KEE to Bala
August 11, 1991 London Kiplings
August 13, 1991 Montreal Rialto Theatre Asexuals
August 14, 1991 Ottawa Barrymore's The Pariahs
August 15, 1991 St. Catharines The Hideaway N/A
August 16, 1991 Hamilton Bannister's
Europe
August 24, 1991 Berlin Germany Freilichtbühne Wuhlheide
(Bizarre Festival)
N/A
August 25, 1991 Hasselt Belgium Domein Kiewit
(Pukkelpop)
August 27, 1991 Helsinki Finland Helsinki Ice Hall Iggy Pop
The Nomads
August 28, 1991 Stockholm Sweden Hovet
North America[170][171]
October 4, 1991 Trenton United States City Gardens Ween
October 5, 1991 Philadelphia Chestnut Cabaret Youth Gone Mad
October 6, 1991 Middletown The Class N/A
October 7, 1991 Northampton Pearl Street
October 11, 1991 Warwick Rocky Point Palladium
October 14, 1991 Cleveland Empire Concert Club
October 15, 1991 Columbus Newport Music Hall
October 16, 1991 Pittsburgh Metropol
October 18, 1991 Baltimore Hammerjack's
October 19, 1991 Washington, D.C. The Bayou
October 24, 1991 Boston The Channel Voodoo Dolls
October 25, 1991 New Britain The Sting N/A
October 26, 1991 Sea Bright Tradewinds
Europe
November 25, 1991 Utrecht Netherlands Muziekcentrum Vredenburg N/A
November 27, 1991 Hamburg Germany Docks
November 28, 1991 Düsseldorf Tor 3
November 29, 1991 Deinze Belgium Brielpoort Belgian Asociality
November 30, 1991 Rennes France Salle Omnisports The Raunch Hands
Sex Tattoo
December 2, 1991 Birmingham England The Hummingbird The Honey Thieves
December 3, 1991 Newcastle Newcastle Polytechnic
December 4, 1991 Glasgow Scotland Barrowland Ballroom N/A
December 5, 1991 Manchester England University of Manchester
December 7, 1991 London Brixton Academy Co-headling with:
The Damned
Supported by:
The Honey Thieves
December 8, 1991
North America
December 27, 1991 New Haven United States Toad's Place Blitzspeer
December 28, 1991 Baltimore Hammerjack's N/A
December 29, 1991 New York City The Ritz Lunachicks

Typical setlist[edit]

  1. "Durango 95"
  2. "Teenage Lobotomy"
  3. "Psycho Therapy"
  4. "Blitzkrieg Bop"
  5. "Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Radio?"
  6. "I Believe in Miracles"
  7. "Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment"
  8. "Rock 'n' Roll High School"
  9. "I Wanna Be Sedated"
  10. "The KKK Took My Baby Away"
  11. "I Wanna Live"
  12. "Bonzo Goes to Bitburg"
  13. "Commando"
  14. "Sheena Is a Punk Rocker"
  15. "Rockaway Beach"
  16. "Pet Sematary"
  17. "53rd & 3rd" or "Too Tough to Die"
  18. "Glad to See You Go"
  19. "Mama's Boy"
  20. "Animal Boy"
  21. "Wart Hog"
  22. "Surfin' Bird" (The Trashmen cover)
  23. "Cretin Hop"
  24. "I Don't Wanna Walk Around with You"
  25. "Today Your Love, Tomorrow the World"
  26. "Pinhead"

Encore:

  1. "Chinese Rock"
  2. "Somebody Put Something in My Drink"
  3. "We're a Happy Family"

Encore 2:

  1. "Beat on the Brat"
  2. "California Sun" (Joe Jones cover) or "Judy Is a Punk"
  3. "Judy Is a Punk" or "California Sun" (Joe Jones cover)

1992[edit]

Date City Country Venue Supporting act(s)
Europe
March 14, 1992 Fontanafredda Italy Palasport N/A
March 15, 1992 Florence Auditorium Flog
March 16, 1992 Milan Rolling Stone
March 17, 1992 Correggio Palasport
March 19, 1992 Athens Greece Rodon Club Yeah!
March 20, 1992
March 21, 1992
North America
April 9, 1992 New Haven United States Toad's Place Blitzspeer
April 10, 1992 New York City Roone Arledge Auditorium Action Swingers
April 11, 1992 Sea Bright Tradewinds Blitzspeer
April 12, 1992 Trenton City Gardens
April 23, 1992 Baltimore Hammerjack's N/A
April 24, 1992 Norfolk The Boathouse
April 25, 1992 Washington, D.C. Unknown venue
April 26, 1992 Allentown Airport Road Music Hall The Toll

Third from the Sun

Europe
May 3, 1992 Bourges France Pavillon The Pogues
May 4, 1992 Lyon Le Transbordeur N/A
May 5, 1992 Paris Élysée Montmartre
May 6, 1992
May 7, 1992 Mulhouse Le Phoenix
May 9, 1992 Pau Parc des Expositions
May 10, 1992 Niort Parc de Noron
North America
June 4, 1992 Kitchener Canada Stages The Toll
June 5, 1992 Oshawa Unknown venue N/A
June 6, 1992 Hamilton Legends
June 7, 1992 London Unknown venue
June 9, 1992 Toronto RPM Club
June 10, 1992
June 12, 1992 Quebec City Salle Jean-Paul-Tardif
June 13, 1992 Ottawa Porter Hall The Toll
June 14, 1992 Montreal La Brique
Europe
June 19, 1992 Kauhajoki Finland Nurmijärvi
(Nummirock)
N/A
June 27, 1992 Alsdorf Germany Freizeitpark
(Bizarre Festival)
South America
September 13, 1992 Santiago Chile Velódromo Estadio Nacional Fiskales Ad-Hok
September 16, 1992 Buenos Aires Argentina Estadio Obras Sanitarias Todos Tus Muertos
September 17, 1992
September 18, 1992
September 19, 1992
September 22, 1992 São Paulo Brazil Olympia Ratos de Porão
September 23, 1992 Rio de Janeiro Canecão N/A
North America[172][173]
September 26, 1992 Mexico City Mexico Ex-Balneario Olímpico Pantitlán N/A
September 27, 1992
October 6, 1992 Vancouver Canada Commodore Ballroom
October 7, 1992 Seattle United States Paramount Theatre Co-headlining with:
Social Distortion
Supported by:
Overwhelming Colorfast
October 8, 1992 Portland Roseland Theater
October 10, 1992 Berkeley William Randolph Hearst Greek Theatre
October 11, 1992 Davis Freeborn Hall
October 12, 1992 Isla Vista Anaconda Theatre Overwhelming Colorfast
October 14, 1992 Los Angeles Hollywood Palladium House of Pain
Overwhelming Colorfast
October 15, 1992
October 16, 1992 House of Pain
Big Drill Car
October 17, 1992 San Diego Starlight Bowl Co-headlining with:
Social Distortion
Supported by:
Overwhelming Colorfast
October 18, 1992 Mesa Mesa Amphitheatre
October 21, 1992 Dallas Bronco Bowl
October 22, 1992 Austin Palmer Auditorium
October 23, 1992 Houston The Unicorn
October 24, 1992 New Orleans State Palace Theatre
October 26, 1992 Atlanta International Ballroom
October 28, 1992 Detroit State Theater
October 29, 1992 Columbus Newport Music Hall
October 30, 1992 Milwaukee Riverside Theater
October 31, 1992 Chicago Aragon Ballroom
November 2, 1992 Cleveland Public Auditorium
November 3, 1992 Cincinnati Bogart's
November 4, 1992 Big Rapids Williams Auditorium
November 6, 1992 Pittsburgh Skibo Ballroom
November 7, 1992 Baltimore Hammerjack's
November 8, 1992 Providence Johnson & Wales University
November 10, 1992 New York City Roseland Ballroom
November 11, 1992
November 13, 1992 Boston Orpheum Theatre
Europe[174][175]
November 26, 1992 Munich Germany Rudi-Sedlmayer-Halle Jingo de Lunch
November 27, 1992 Stuttgart Messe Congress Centrum B
November 29, 1992 Leipzig Haus Auensee
December 1, 1992 Erlangen Stadthalle Erlangen
December 2, 1992 Offenbach am Main Stadthalle Offenbach
December 3, 1992 Freiburg im Breisgau Stadthalle Freiburg
December 5, 1992 Cologne Sporthalle N/A
December 6, 1992 Hanover Music Hall
December 7, 1992 Berlin Die Halle
December 8, 1992 Hamburg Alsterdorfer Sporthalle
December 10, 1992 Groningen Netherlands De Oosterpoort
December 11, 1992 Rotterdam Nighttown
December 13, 1992 Bristol England Bristol Rainbow Terrorvision
December 14, 1992 Birmingham The Hummingbird
December 15, 1992 Nottingham Rock City
December 17, 1992 Glasgow Scotland Barrowland Ballroom
December 18, 1992 Manchester England Manchester Academy
December 19, 1992 Leeds Town and Country Club
December 20, 1992 London Brixton Academy

1993[edit]

Date City Country Venue Opening act(s)
Asia
January 9, 1993 Tokyo Japan Nakano Sun Plaza N/A
January 10, 1993 Kawasaki Club Citta
January 11, 1993 Tokyo Tokyo Yubin Chokin Hall
January 12, 1993
January 14, 1993 Nagoya Diamond Hall
January 15, 1993
January 17, 1993 Osaka Matsushita IMP Hall
January 18, 1993
Europe[176][177]
February 21, 1993 Paris France Élysée Montmartre Teasin' Babes
February 22, 1993 Shitbone
February 23, 1993 Cabourg Hippodrome N/A
February 24, 1993 Dijon Le Forum
February 26, 1993 Grenoble Le Summum
February 27, 1993 Portet-sur-Garonne Le Confluent
February 28, 1993 Bordeaux Rock School Barbey
March 2, 1993 Palma de Mallorca Spain Palacio de Congresos Unknown support
March 3, 1993 Murcia El Límite Hangar 18
March 5, 1993 Las Palmas Los Tarahales Unknown support
March 6, 1993 Solsona Disco Xelsa N/A
March 8, 1993 Madrid Sala Canciller
March 9, 1993
March 10, 1993 Melgar de Fernamental Sala Vegas 2
March 11, 1993 A Coruña Coliseum da Coruña
March 15, 1993 Barcelona Zeleste Hangar 18
March 16, 1993
March 18, 1993 Girona Palau de Fires N/A
March 19, 1993 Zaragoza Carpa de la Chimenea
March 20, 1993 San Sebastián Polideportivo Anoeta
North America[178]
April 15, 1993 Danbury United States Unknown venue N/A
April 16, 1993 Poughkeepsie The Chance The Outcry
April 17, 1993 Trenton City Gardens
April 22, 1993 Providence Donovan Dining Center N/A
April 23, 1993 New Haven Unknown venue
April 24, 1993 Syracuse Skytop Field Screaming Trees
Shinehead
April 28, 1993 Allentown Zodiac Club End Zone
April 29, 1993 Baltimore Hammerjack's Bob Geldof and the Happy Clubsters
April 30, 1993 College Park McKeldin Library (Free concert) N/A
May 1, 1993 Scriba Bayshore Grove (Springfest)
Europe[179]
May 5, 1993 Athens Greece Rodon Club Panx Romana
May 6, 1993
May 7, 1993
May 9, 1993 Florence Italy Auditorium Flog N/A
May 10, 1993 Spilimbergo Rototom
May 11, 1993 Turin Big Club
May 13, 1993 Gualtieri Il Tempo Discoteque
May 14, 1993 Rome Teatro Tendastrisce
May 15, 1993 Macerata Palasport
May 16, 1993 Milan Rolling Stone Senza Benza
May 18, 1993 Palma de Mallorca Spain Hipódromo de Son Pardo Skyline
May 19, 1993 Oviedo Estadio Carlos Tartiere Opening for:
U2
May 22, 1993 Madrid Vicente Calderón Stadium
South America and North America
June 25, 1993 Buenos Aires Argentina Estadio Obras Sanitarias Massacre
June 26, 1993
June 27, 1993
June 28, 1993
June 29, 1993
July 2, 1993 Mexico City Mexico Gimnasio Olímpico Juan de la Barrera N/A
July 3, 1993
North America
July 22, 1993 Providence United States Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel N/A
July 24, 1993 New York City The Academy Dig
Angelfish
July 26, 1993 Montreal Canada Métropolis N/A
July 27, 1993 Toronto RPM Club
July 28, 1993 Kitchener Lulu's Club
July 31, 1993 High River High River Rodeo Centre
(IN-FEST)
Europe
August 12, 1993 Oslo Norway Rockefeller Music Hall N/A
August 13, 1993 Hultsfred Sweden Folkets Park (Hultsfred Festival)
August 14, 1993 Dessel Belgium Crossterrein Witte Berg (Graspop Metal Meeting)
August 15, 1993 Northeim Germany Waldbühne Slime
The Bates
North America
August 27, 1993 Detroit United States Michigan State Fairgrounds Coliseum N/A
North America
September 22, 1993 Danbury United States Tuxedo Junction N/A
September 23, 1993 Sea Bright Tradewinds
September 24, 1993 New Haven Toad's Place My Little Funhouse
September 25, 1993 Poughkeepsie Unknown venue N/A
North America
November 1, 1993 New Britain United States The Sting N/A
November 5, 1993 Richmond The Flood Zone
November 6, 1993 Wilmington Mad Monk
November 8, 1993 Charlottesville Trax
November 9, 1993 Morgantown West Virginia University
November 11, 1993 Winston-Salem Ziggy's
November 12, 1993 Myrtle Beach Purple Gator
November 13, 1993 Norfolk The Boathouse Motorola
November 14, 1993 Charlotte Pterodactyl Club Queen Sarah Saturday
November 16, 1993 Greenville Characters
November 17, 1993 Charleston Myskyns N/A
November 19, 1993 Baltimore Hammerjack's
November 20, 1993 Trenton City Gardens The Bouncing Souls
Super Bang Festival Tour
December 4, 1993 Kassel Germany Eissporthalle Kassel N/A
December 6, 1993 Böblingen Sporthalle
December 7, 1993 Berlin Deutschlandhalle
December 8, 1993 Frankfurt Festhalle Frankfurt
December 10, 1993 Munich Terminal 1 Flughafen München
December 12, 1993 Hanover Eilenriedehalle
December 13, 1993 Bremen Stadthalle Bremen
December 14, 1993 Hamburg Alsterdorfer Sporthalle
December 16, 1993 Essen Grugahalle
December 17, 1993 Halle Eissporthalle
December 18, 1993 Trier Europahalle

1994[edit]

Date[180][181] City Country Venue Opening act(s)
Oceania[182]
January 21, 1994 Gold Coast Australia Gold Coast Parklands
(Big Day Out)
N/A
January 23, 1994 Melbourne Royal Melbourne Showgrounds
(Big Day Out)
January 25, 1994 Hobart Hobart City Hall
January 26, 1994 Sydney Sydney Showground
(Big Day Out)
January 28, 1994 Wayville Royal Adelaide Showgrounds
(Big Day Out)
January 30, 1994 Fremantle Fremantle Oval
(Big Day Out)
Asia[182]
February 2, 1994 Kawasaki Japan Club Citta N/A
February 3, 1994
February 5, 1994 Fukuoka Tsukushi Kaikan Escalaton
February 6, 1994 Osaka Matsushita IMP Hall N/A
February 7, 1994 Nagoya Diamond Hall
February 9, 1994 Kawasaki Club Citta
February 10, 1994 Urge Overkill
February 11, 1994
North America[183][184]
March 8, 1994 San Francisco United States Warfield Theatre Frank Black
March 9, 1994 Fresno Wilson Theater
March 10, 1994 Los Angeles Hollywood Palladium
March 11, 1994 San Diego Price Center
March 12, 1994 Irvine Crawford Hall
March 14, 1994 Honolulu After Dark All
March 16, 1994 Phoenix The Grind Frank Black
March 18, 1994 Boulder Glenn Miller Ballroom N/A
March 20, 1994 Dallas The Bomb Factory Frank Black
The Cadillac Tramps
March 21, 1994 Houston Bayou City Theatre Frank Black
The Reverend Horton Heat
March 23, 1994 St. Louis Mississippi Nights Frank Black
March 25, 1994 Chicago Riviera Theatre Frank Black
Cowboy Junkies
March 26, 1994 Detroit State Theatre Frank Black
March 27, 1994 Columbus Newport Music Hall
March 28, 1994 Cleveland Agora
March 30, 1994 Providence The Strand
March 31, 1994 New York City The Academy
April 1, 1994 Roseland Ballroom
April 2, 1994 Upper Darby Tower Theater
April 3, 1994 Asbury Park The Stone Pony
April 5, 1994 New Haven Toad's Place
April 6, 1994 College Park Ritchie Coliseum
April 8, 1994 Atlanta The Roxy
April 9, 1994 Birmingham Five Points South Music Hall
April 11, 1994 Fort Lauderdale The Edge
April 12, 1994 Orlando The Edge
South America
May 10, 1994 São Paulo Brazil Olympia Innocentes
May 11, 1994
May 12, 1994
May 14, 1994 Buenos Aires Argentina José Amalfitani Stadium Co-headlining with:
Motörhead
Supported by:
Attaque 77
2 Minutos
Mal Momento
May 16, 1994 Santiago Chile Teatro Monumental Los Morton
May 18, 1994 Buenos Aires Argentina Estadio Obras Sanitarias 2 Minutos
May 19, 1994
Europe
June 11, 1994 Nieuw-Schoonebeek Netherlands Heynen N/A
June 12, 1994 Brussels Belgium Luna Theater
June 13, 1994 Ris-Orangis France Le Plan
June 14, 1994 Paris Élysée Montmartre
Europe
June 23, 1994 Helsinki Finland Tavastia Club N/A
June 24, 1994 Kauhajoki Nummijärvi
(Nummirock)
June 25, 1994 Ringe Denmark Dyrskuepladsen
(Midtfyns Festival)
North America
August 5, 1994 Toronto Canada Palladium Live
August 6, 1994 Bridgenorth Pines Pavilion
August 7, 1994 St. Catharines Canadian Auto Workers Union Hall
August 9, 1994 Ottawa Ottawa Congress Centre
August 10, 1994 Montreal Métropolis
August 12, 1994 Kitchener Lulu's Club Unknown support
August 13, 1994 Bala The KEE to Bala N/A
August 15, 1994 Buffalo United States Blind Mellons
August 16, 1994* Rochester Horizontal Boogie Bar The Cells
August 17, 1994 Allentown Starz End Zone
August 19, 1994 Hampton Beach Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom The Queers
August 20, 1994 New Britain The Sting Fat Tuesday
Europe[185][186]
September 21, 1994 Oviedo Spain Plaza de toros Buenavista N/A
September 23, 1994 Glasgow Scotland Barrowland Ballroom Goodbye Mr Mackenzie
September 24, 1994 Newcastle England Newcastle University Wierdswar
September 25, 1994 London Brixton Academy S*M*A*S*H
Speedway
September 26, 1994 Nottingham Rock City These Animal Men
September 28, 1994 Geneva Switzerland Palladium N/A
September 29, 1994 Milan Italy City Square
September 30, 1994 Sassari Palasport Roberta Serradimigni
October 1, 1994 Rimini Velvet Club
October 4, 1994 Rome Teatro Tendastrisce
October 6, 1994 Athens Greece Rodon Club Nightstalker
October 7, 1994
October 8, 1994
October 10, 1994 Ljubljana Slovenia Tivoli Hall N/A
October 11, 1994 Zagreb Croatia Dom Sportova Hladno pivo
October 12, 1994 Linz Austria Posthof Dharma Bums Insane
October 13, 1994 Prague Czech Republic Lucerna Music Bar Plexis
October 15, 1994 Arendonk Belgium Bemdhal N/A
October 16, 1994 Rotterdam Netherlands Nighttown
South America ("Acid Chaos")[169][187]
November 5, 1994 Rio de Janeiro Brazil Circo Voador Innocentes
November 6, 1994 Belo Horizonte Parque de Exposições Bolivar de Andrade Viper
Overdose
Sepultura
November 9, 1994 Porto Alegre Gigantinho Raimundos
Sepultura
November 11, 1994 Balneário Camboriú Pavilhão da Santur
November 12, 1994 Curitiba Pedreira Paulo Leminski Viper
Raimundos
Sepultura
November 14, 1994 Montevideo Uruguay Palacio Peñarol Luz Roja
Trotsky Vengarán
November 16, 1994 Rosario Argentina Estadio Cubierto Newell's Old Boys N/A
November 18, 1994 Mar del Plata Go! Disco
November 19, 1994 Bahía Blanca Club Estudiantes

* - D Generation were supposed to open for this show but cancelled.[188]

Typical setlist[edit]

  1. "Durango 95"
  2. "Teenage Lobotomy"
  3. "Psycho Therapy"
  4. "Blitzkrieg Bop"
  5. "Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Radio?"
  6. "I Believe in Miracles"
  7. "Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment"
  8. "Rock 'n' Roll High School"
  9. "I Wanna Be Sedated"
  10. "Substitute" (The Who cover) or "Have You Ever Seen the Rain?" (Creedence Clearwater Revival cover)
  11. "I Wanna Live"
  12. "Bonzo Goes to Bitburg"
  13. "Commando"
  14. "Sheena Is a Punk Rocker"
  15. "Rockaway Beach"
  16. "Pet Sematary"
  17. "Strength to Endure" or "Main Man"
  18. "Journey to the Center of the Mind" (The Amboy Dukes cover)
  19. "Take It as It Comes" (The Doors cover)
  20. "Somebody Put Something in My Drink"
  21. "7 and 7 Is" (Love cover)
  22. "Wart Hog"
  23. "Cretin Hop"
  24. "Listen to My Heart"
  25. "Today Your Love, Tomorrow the World"
  26. "Pinhead"

Encore:

  1. "My Back Pages" (Bob Dylan cover)
  2. "Poison Heart"
  3. "We're a Happy Family"

Encore 2:

  1. "The Shape of Things to Come" (Max Frost and the Troopers cover) or "R.A.M.O.N.E.S." (Motörhead cover)
  2. "Chinese Rocks"
  3. "Beat on the Brat"

1995[edit]

Date[189] City Country Venue Supporting act(s)
North America[a][190]
March 3, 1995 St. Petersburg United States Jannus Landing Unknown support
March 4, 1995 Fort Lauderdale The Edge
March 5, 1995 Jacksonville The Edge La Vista Hotheads
March 6, 1995 Orlando The Edge
March 8, 1995 Greenville Characters The Independents
March 9, 1995 Myrtle Beach The Social Room
March 10, 1995 Winston-Salem Ziggy's Unknown support
March 11, 1995 Charlotte Capri
March 13, 1995 Raliegh The Ritz
March 14, 1995 Richmond The Flood Zone
March 15, 1995 Newark Stone Balloon
March 17, 1995 Norfolk The Boathouse N/A
March 18, 1995 Baltimore Hammerjack's Jakkpot
North America[191][192][193][194]
April 7, 1995 New Haven United States Toad's Place The Friggs
April 8, 1995 Port Chester Capitol Theatre D Generation
Our Lady Peace
April 9, 1995 Garden City Nassau Community College N/A
April 10, 1995 Poughkeepsie The Chance
April 12, 1995 Lancaster The Village
April 13, 1995 Allentown Starz The Smarties

Solution A.D.

April 14, 1995 Martinsburg Slammers N/A
April 15, 1995 Milton Fiddlestyx
April 18, 1995 Jacksonville The Edge
April 19, 1995 St. Petersburg Jannus Landing The Psychies

The Solvents

April 20, 1995 Fort Lauderdale The Edge Load
April 21, 1995 Orlando The Edge Laughing Boy
April 23, 1995 Panama City Beach Spinnaker Beach Club N/A
April 30, 1995 Farmville Lancer Hall
May 1, 1995 Raleigh The Ritz ANTiSEEN
Queen Sarah Saturday
May 3, 1995 Newark Stone Balloon N/A
May 4, 1995 Richmond The Flood Zone Otis
Rocket 69
May 5, 1995 Baltimore Hammerjack's Jakkpot
May 6, 1995 Norfolk The Boathouse Otis
North America ("Midwest Fests")
May 20, 1995 Cuyahoga Falls United States Blossom Music Center (Buzzard Fest) N/A
May 24, 1995 Clarkston Pine Knob Music Theatre (Planetfest)
May 25, 1995 Indianapolis The Vogue Dirt Merchants
May 27, 1995 Madison Barrymore Theatre Face to Face
May 28, 1995 Somerset Float Rite Park Amphitheatre (Edgefest) N/A
May 29, 1995 Milwaukee Marcus Amphitheater (New Rock Fest)
June 3, 1995 Washington, D.C. Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium
(HFStival)
North America
June 17, 1995 Irvine United States Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre

(KROQ Weenie Roast)

N/A
Europe
June 24, 1995 Skellefteå Sweden Festivalområdet (Skellefteåfestivalem) N/A
June 25, 1995 Kalvøya Norway Festivalplassen (Kalvøyafestivalen)
June 27, 1995 London England London Astoria Anti-Nowhere League
Stop
June 28, 1995
June 29, 1995 Leicester University of Leicester N/A
July 1, 1995 Caen France Zénith de Caen (La Cale Festival)
July 2, 1995 Ris-Orangis Le Plan
July 3, 1995 Reims L'Usine Backsliders
July 5, 1995 Marthon American Legend Festival N/A
July 7, 1995 Bonn Germany Biskuithalle
July 8, 1995 Lummen Belgium Sportveld Sint-Ferdinand
(Zwemdokrock)
July 9, 1995 Dour La Plaine de La Machine à Feu
(Dour Festival)
July 10, 1995 Amsterdam Netherlands Paradiso
North America[195][196][197][198]
August 2, 1995 Providence United States Strand Theater Solution A.D.
August 4, 1995 Boston Avalon
August 5, 1995 New York City The Academy Otis
August 6, 1995 Lido Beach Malibu Night Club Unknown support
August 8, 1995 Allentown Starz Solution A.D.
August 9, 1995 Washington, D.C. The Capitol Ballroom Gren
August 11, 1995 Agawam Riverside Park Stadium
August 12, 1995 Asbury Park The Stone Pony
August 14, 1995 Pittsburgh I.C. Light Amphitheatre Gren
The Frampton Brothers
August 15, 1995 Cleveland Nautica Stage Gren
August 17, 1995 Pontiac Phoenix Plaza Amphitheater Dandelion
August 18, 1995 Chicago Riviera Theatre Gren
August 19, 1995 Maryland Heights Riverport Amphitheatre (Pointfest) N/A
August 21, 1995 Denver Ogden Theatre
August 23, 1995 Magna The Great Saltair Headshake
August 25, 1995 Paradise The Joint N/A
August 26, 1995 Phoenix Party Gardens Lucy's Fur Coat
August 28, 1995 San Diego Soma San Diego The Neighbors
August 29, 1995 Los Angeles Hollywood Palladium Gren

NY Loose

August 30, 1995 Bakersfield Tejon Theatre Gren
August 31, 1995 San Francisco Warfield Theatre Wax
September 2, 1995 Portland Roseland Theater N/A
September 3, 1995 Seattle Memorial Stadium (Bumbershoot)
North America
September 10, 1995 Atlanta United States Coca-Cola Lakewood Amphitheatre

(99X Big Day Out)

N/A
September 13, 1995 Phoenix Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum Support act for:
Pearl Jam
September 14, 1995 Las Cruces Pan American Center
September 16, 1995 Austin South Park Meadows
September 17, 1995 New Orleans Tad Gormley Stadium
South America[169]
October 2, 1995 Buenos Aires Argentina Estadio Obras Sanitarias Cadena Perpetua
Mal Momento
October 3, 1995 N/A
October 4, 1995 Double Fuerza
Flema
October 5, 1995 Bien Desocupados
October 6, 1995 2 Minutos
Superuva
October 7, 1995
Asia
October 16, 1995 Tokyo Japan Nakano Sun Plaza N/A
October 17, 1995
October 18, 1995 Kawasaki Club Citta
October 20, 1995 Fukuoka Crossing Hall
October 22, 1995 Matsumoto Shakai Bunka Kaikan
October 23, 1995 Kawasaki Club Citta
October 25, 1995 Sapporo Zanaedu
October 27, 1995 Nagoya Diamond Hall
October 28, 1995 Kawasaki Club Citta
October 29, 1995
October 30, 1995 Nagoya Diamond Hall
November 1, 1995 Osaka Matsushita IMP Hall
November 2, 1995
North America
November 6, 1995 San Diego United States San Diego Sports Arena Support act for:
Pearl Jam
November 7, 1995
November 18, 1995 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills Support act for:
White Zombie
November 20, 1995 Louisville Louisville Gardens
November 21, 1995 Dayton Hara Arena
November 22, 1995 Cleveland CSU Convocation Center
November 24, 1995 Muskegon L.C. Walker Arena
November 25, 1995 Saginaw Wendler Arena
November 27, 1995 Hamilton Canada Copps Coliseum
November 28, 1995 Verdun Verdun Auditorium
November 29, 1995 Lewiston United States Central Maine Civic Center
November 30, 1995 Albany Knickerbocker Arena
December 2, 1995 Hartford Meadows Music Theatre
December 4, 1995 Rochester Blue Cross Arena
December 5, 1995 Hamburg International Agri-Center
December 6, 1995 Binghamton Broome County Arena
December 10, 1995 Salisbury Wicomico Civic Center
December 12, 1995 Salem Salem Civic Center
December 13, 1995 Philadelphia Philadelphia Civic Center
December 14, 1995 Fairfax Patriot Center
  1. ^ All dates except March 8-11 were rescheduled due a throat infection that Joey had.

Supporting act setlist[edit]

  1. "Durango 95"
  2. "Teenage Lobotomy"
  3. "Psycho Therapy"
  4. "Blitzkrieg Bop"
  5. "Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Radio?"
  6. "I Believe in Miracles"
  7. "Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment"
  8. "Rock 'n' Roll High School"
  9. "I Wanna Be Sedated"
  10. "Spider-Man" or "I Don't Wanna Grow Up" (Tom Waits cover)
  11. "Sheena Is a Punk Rocker"
  12. "Rockaway Beach"
  13. "Pet Sematary"
  14. "The Crusher"
  15. "Cretin Family" or "My Back Pages" (Bob Dylan cover)
  16. "Chinese Rock"
  17. "Somebody Put Something in My Drink"
  18. "Wart Hog"
  19. "Cretin Hop"
  20. "R.A.M.O.N.E.S." (Motörhead cover)
  21. "Today Your Love, Tomorrow the World"
  22. "Pinhead"

1996[edit]

Date[199] City Country Venue Opening act(s)
Europe[200]
January 17, 1996 Florence Italy Teatro Tenda N/A
January 18, 1996 Rome Palladium Theater
January 19, 1996 Budrio Luciano Marani Sports Hall The Sultans of Ping FC
Senza Benza
January 20, 1996 Pordenone Pordenone Sport Hall The Sultans of Ping FC
January 22, 1996 Milan Palatrussardi Senza Benza
January 23, 1996 Munich Germany Terminal 1 Flughafen München Munich Rammstein
January 24, 1996 Offenbach Stadthalle Offenbach
January 26, 1996 Bonn Biskuithalle
January 28, 1996 Berlin Huxley's Neue Welt
January 29, 1996 Hamburg Docks
January 30, 1996 Hanover Capitol
January 31, 1996 Amsterdam Netherlands Paradiso The Sultans of Ping FC
February 2, 1996 Bissegem Belgium De Kreun
February 3, 1996 London England Brixton Academy The Sultans of Ping FC
Scarfo
North America[201][202]
February 12, 1996 Providence United States Strand Theater Gren
February 13, 1996 Northampton Pearl Street
February 14, 1996 Boston Avalon
February 16, 1996 Philadelphia Electric Factory
February 17, 1996 Washington, D.C. The Capitol Ballroom The Pietasters
Gren
February 18, 1996 Port Chester Capitol Theatre D Generation
February 20, 1996 Harrisburg Club Met N/A
February 21, 1996 Lido Beach Malibu Night Club The Independents
February 23, 1996 New Haven Toad's Place
February 24, 1996 Baltimore Hammerjack's N/A
February 25, 1996 Red Bank The Count Basie The Independents
February 27, 1996 New York City Coney Island High N/A
February 28, 1996
February 29, 1996 The Academy Gren
South America[187]
March 7, 1996 Rio de Janeiro Brazil KM de Vantagens Hall Raimundos
Planet Hemp
March 8, 1996 Mogi das Cruzes La Boom Raimundos
Sepultura
March 9, 1996 Porto Alegre Gigantinho N/A
March 10, 1996 Santo André Clube Atlético Aramaçan
March 11, 1996 São Paulo Olympia Psycho 69
March 12, 1996
March 13, 1996
March 16, 1996 Buenos Aires Argentina River Plate Stadium Iggy Pop
Attaque 77
Die Toten Hosen
2 Minutos
North America[203][204]
April 18, 1996 Indianapolis United States The Vogue D Generation
April 19, 1996 Chicago Riviera Theatre
April 20, 1996 Kalamazoo State Theatre N/A
April 21, 1996 Detroit State Theatre D Generation
April 23, 1996 Cleveland The Odeon
April 25, 1996 Allentown Starz
April 26, 1996 Pittsburgh I.C. Light Amphitheatre
April 27, 1996 Rochester The Palestra
April 28, 1996 Albany Lincoln Park
(SUNY Parkfest)
N/A
April 30, 1996 New York City Coney Island High
May 1, 1996
North America[205]
May 22, 1996 Little Rock United States Joe's Big Bamboo N/A
May 23, 1996 Memphis Club 616 D Generation
May 25, 1996 Atlanta The Masquerade Drivin N Cryin
May 26, 1996 Birmingham Five Points South Music Hall Unknown support
Lollapalooza[206][207]
June 27, 1996 Kansas City United States Longview Lake N/A
June 28, 1996 Des Moines Iowa State Fairgrounds
June 30, 1996 Pecatonica Winnebago County Fairgrounds
July 2, 1996 Noblesville Deer Creek Music Center
July 3, 1996 Thornville Buckeye Lake Music Center
July 5, 1996 Barrie Canada Molson Park
July 7, 1996 Quebec City Quebec Hippodrome
July 9, 1996 Pownal United States Green Mountain Race Track
July 10, 1996 New York City Downing Stadium
July 11, 1996
July 13, 1996 Syracuse New York State Fairgrounds
July 16, 1996 Ranson Charles Town Raceway
July 18, 1996 West Palm Beach Coral Sky Amphitheater
July 20, 1996 Rockingham Rockingham Speedway
July 21, 1996 Newport Forks of the River Entertainment Showpark
July 23, 1996 New Orleans UNO Lakefront Arena
July 25, 1996 Ferris Old Fort Dallas
July 27, 1996 Chandler Compton Terrace
July 30, 1996 George The Gorge Amphitheatre
July 31, 1996
August 2, 1996 San Jose Spartan Stadium
August 3, 1996 Irvine Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre
August 4, 1996
North America
August 6, 1996 Los Angeles United States The Palace
Recording for We're Outta Here!
N/A

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